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Gas Grill Reviews 2014

Updated on December 8, 2013

In gas grills reviews 2014 we are going to look at the benefits of owning a gas grill and then we will review some of the best selling gas grills on the market. Weber is currently the leading brand when it comes to gas grills so most of our top picks are from their products.

Benefits of cooking with a gas grill:

  • To fire a gas grill you just turn a knob and hit a button. The simplicity of doing this is the biggest benefit to using a gas grill. With a charcoal grill you have to pile the charcoal, put on lighter fluid, and then manually light it.
  • Gas grills usually have a thermometer so you can monitor the heat and cook the meat more consistently.
  • With most gas grills you can cook different foods at different temperatures, at the same time.
  • Barbeque gas grills cool down faster, so you can clean it after a few minutes.

Best selling gas grill 2014
Best selling gas grill 2014

Weber 4411001 Spirit E-210 Propane Grill

The joy of summer is enhanced by a barbecue with friends and family. The experience can however be a bit frustrating without a good grill. The Weber Spirit E-210 Propane Grill delivers the quality that you need at a reasonable price. The design of the grill is attractive with the stainless steel doors and the side and rear panels that are painted black. The lid and grates are porcelain enameled.

The grill comes with simple easy to follow instructions that makes the job of putting it together much easier. The grill is also has a sturdy build and does not look bulky. However it is not one of the cheap light weight grills that get blown over by a slight breeze.

The size of the grill area is ideal for family cooking. The grill is excellent in design and heats up evenly and quickly to up to 600 degrees. There is a thermometer built into the lid. that helps the cook in producing consistently cooked food eliminating the need for any guess work.

This grill is not only great for cooking food it is also very easy to clean after the guests are gone, making your entire experience frustration free and more enjoyable.

Weber 6521001 Genesis E-320 Propane Gas Grill

The Genesis is Weber's flagship propane gas grill. It uses more stainless steel than the previous model making it more expensive.

The design of the grill is the first thing that strikes you. The clean lines make the whole package appear very compact. The Genesis has stainless steel burners and porcelain enameled cooking grids. These details are easy on the eyes and the product's quality is clear. Such details also are pivotal for heat retention required for cooking a great barbecue. The wheels make the grill very portable. The easy to follow instructions makes the assembly simple.

The grilling area is just the right size. It is ideal for a small group of people. It is not too big so you might feel cooking for 2 is wasteful. The heating is evenly distributed over the entire cooking area. This means that the entire cooking area can be properly used. The cook does not have to worry about the placement of each piece. For additional support the lid also has a thermometer built in.

This grill is a sturdy design with good quality parts. It is made to produce good quality food. In a nutshell this is a great product for those who know and love good grilling.

Best portable gas grill 2014
Best portable gas grill 2014

Portable Gas Grill

This is a great little table top grill. Despite it's size this grill is built to last. The trademark sturdy design of the Weber grills is visible on this grill. It is well constructed grill at a very reasonable price. In fact it is much cheaper then some lower quality products out there.

The grill area is large enough for a family. The cast iron grill cooks food very quickly. The area is also evenly heated making the entire area usable. The quality of the grill ensures superior cooking with minimum sticking and burning.

The size of the grill ensure fuel efficiency. That makes it a great buy for the environmentally conscious.

Char-Griller 3001 Grillin' Pro 40,800-BTU Gas Grill

This is a gas grill produced by a company known for it's inexpensive char-grills. The design is similar to their smaller char-grills. The grill is a sturdy built. It is an inexpensive but good quality buy.

The grates on this grill is porcelain coated cast iron grates. These good quality grates ensure an excellent sear on the food. The heavy steel body is the other factor involved in the production of good food. The thick body ensures heat retention and makes it possible to cook at high temperatures.

The only flaw of this product is the complex assembly. Despite this minor flaw it is a great product at a very reasonable price.

Hopefully one of the gas grills reviewed in gas grill reviews 2014 was the right grill for you. You might also enjoy reading best microwaves 2014 and coffee maker reviews 2014.


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      8 years ago from florida

      In the very first english language dictionary patriotism is defined as "the last refuge of a scoundrel" but I'm not just going to go waving the flag based only on the points of patriotism. I could disagree with the choice to rank a few grills and all of them made in china just because we have worshiped cheap prices for so long that we have ruined our own economy. By only being willing to pay a price that guarantees Americans cannot feed their families manufacturing these products we buy cheap and pay with huge unemployment and huge landfills full of trashy products that sure looked shiny on the showroom floor.

      My own business is selling replacement parts and cheap grills are a godsend. However, working in the grilling business for 10 years I would certainly suggest American made grills not only ethically but because the workmanship is better quality and the materials used are better.

      Several times a day I get customers with Char-Grillers, Charbroils, Jenn Air and other good looking bbq's sold by American owned companies (Weber should be ashamed of what they've done with Ducane!) that fall apart within the year. Buy American made grills; they are more expensive today but ten years later you still have a quality product while your neighbor with the Chinese made Spirit is on their 4th bbq or their 10th set of cooking grates (call weber and ask them how long spirit model cooking grids will last).


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