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ADVICE: Need a new grill - Weber vs. Char-Griller - Page 7post #121 of 1752/10/14 at 9:19am
Gear mentioned in this thread:post #122 of 1752/10/14 at 10:53amQuote:Originally Posted by shlongstar
I decided to get a charcoal grill for grilling, not smoking/barbecuing.
I went to Lowe's thinking I was going to get the Weber OneTouch Kettle 22.5" Grill cause I was hoping to get by with <$100 spent, but then saw the Char-Griller Smokin' Pro for $139 (without firebox).
It got me thinking, for the extra $50 I can get the Char-Griller, which gives me the option to convert to a charcoal smoker if I eventually buy the firebox accessory.
I never really planned on getting a charcoal smoker... but should I keep my options open by getting the Char-Griller?
What do you guys think... Weber vs. Char-Griller as my charcoal grill?
I'll be reading around a little more, but I'd love your opinions.post #123 of 1752/10/14 at 12:24pmThread StarterHoly cow. I originally posted the question over 4 years ago and I'm still getting replies!
Haven't been to the forum in a long time, but I kept getting emails about all the replies haha.
Anyways I did get a weber 4 years ago and love it. Along with my weber genesis and weber smokey mountain... Hahapost #124 of 1752/10/14 at 2:12pmThis thread will still be going in 20 years and we'll all still be using the same Webers! We'll all need walkers and blend our briskets into little pieces so we don't have to chew them, but the Weber will work like a charm!post #125 of 1752/10/14 at 11:44pmQuote:
Yes, yes what he said. hahaha...post #126 of 1752/11/14 at 4:32ampost #127 of 1752/11/14 at 5:14am
Weber = Cadillac
CG = Ford
REC TEC = Mercedes Benz
I've owned them all and enjoyed all three. The REC TEC is a pellet smoker/grill so it is a different animal.
My humble opinion...RTB..post #128 of 1752/12/14 at 5:12amQuote:
How you rate the Mercedes vs Cadillac?post #129 of 1752/12/14 at 5:42ampost #130 of 1752/13/14 at 4:14ampost #131 of 1752/13/14 at 5:53ampost #132 of 1752/13/14 at 1:16pm
Definitely Char-Griller. I have one with the fire box & can't imagine not having anything but this kind of set-up. I am cooking something almost every weekend & it is so versatle, so much more than the Weber. I love Webers too but cook way more on my Char-Griller than I was ever abl;e to on any of my 3 Webers. I still have a weber I use for camping...post #133 of 1752/14/14 at 11:12ampost #134 of 1752/14/14 at 1:00pmpost #135 of 1752/14/14 at 6:52pmpost #136 of 1752/15/14 at 12:10pmpost #137 of 1752/16/14 at 5:46ampost #138 of 1752/16/14 at 9:28ampost #139 of 1752/16/14 at 11:58ampost #140 of 1752/17/14 at 4:14am
Don't let the looks of the Weber grates fool you, they last. I thought the same thing when I got my first kettle, I have maybe 6 years on the original grates and I use it hard, three to 5 nights a week in the summer, once a week in the winter. Although it is now my "traveling " grill now that I have a premier and a WSM. Don't think it's only for grilling either, indirect grilling/smoking is fairly easy to do as well.
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