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Friday, December 4, 2020

$135 for a Barbeque Grill?

Are You Insane?

Can you believe that these guys can advertise a barbeque grill for a huge $135 price tag pinned to it? I guess you think I am certifiably insane because I can go to any Wal-Mart in the country and buy one of these for about $50, right? Actually, I did go to Walmart.com and type in indoor/outdoor grill. I found one there that was about $42. It was a nice looking little grill that runs on batteries or charcoal. It is called a travel grill. Here are some of the details:

PORTABLE GRILL: This compact, travel-friendly BBQ grill system is made for convenient grilling at home or during your next camping trip; travel bag and tongs included

SUPERB SMOKE REDUCTION: The pan and dripping tray design eliminates oil and fat drips on the coal, resulting in over 90% smoke reduction

POWERED BY USB CABLE OR BATTERIES: Use 4 AA batteries or the included USB cable to power up the turbo fan which keeps the charcoal burning when grilling

CAST-IRON GRILL: Superior heat retention and extra-durable for years of grilling. Cook perfect burgers, steaks, chicken, fish, vegetables, and more!

SAFE AND EASY TO CLEAN: Removable parts make it easy to clean for the next time you need to grill

DIMENSIONS: Overall Dimensions: 13.5"(Dia) x 7.25"(H)
Package Dimensions: 15.2"(L) x 15.2"(W) x 9.9"(H)
Weight: 10.5 lbs.

I am thinking pretty lightweight. Look, I know how good ours is, and here are some details:

The Barbeque Grill

Serve freshly grilled food any time, anywhere—even indoors—with the Indoor Outdoor Portable Grill! Whether you’re firing up the charcoal for a cookout or gathering friends around the electric grill in your kitchen to cook together, this versatile grill has you covered. This easy-to-use grill converts from electric for indoor or outdoor use to charcoal for outdoor use. The innovative grill grate covers the electric coil to reduce smoke.


Converts from electric for indoor use to charcoal for outdoor use. The exclusive, custom-designed grill grate covers the electric coil to reduce smoke.

15½" wide; 16" tall. 13¼" square cooking surface fits up to 9 burgers made with the Burger & Slider Press.

With the turn of a knob, you can customize the grill’s electric cooking temperature.

Safety features include a locking lid, stay-cool handle, and nonslip legs. Removable drip tray for easy cleaning; grill grate is dishwasher-safe. Some assembly required.

This product is built to United States electrical standards and is intended for use in the United States and Canada only.

So, which one would I buy? I would go with the one found @ The Barbeque Grill: https://www.thebarbequegrill.com Its heavier, cooks more, uses electricity rather than batteries and is just a better looking and cooking grill. How do I know it cooks better? Well, I not only sell these barbeque grills, I also own and use them!

The Barbeque Grill


The Barbeque Grill is Dedicated to Indoor/Outdoor Grilling

This site is being created on the web for the purpose of telling the story about the modern day Barbeque grill. There is much more to the grill than one might imagine. Each Sunday, grillers from around the globe gather together with their ritualistic aprons and tongs in hand, and being the arduous and demanding process of creating that special piece of burned food that will be devoured by the throngs and revered by many as the best possible way to live. Cold beers in hand and gritted teeth, these unsung heroes do their best with their grills and attempt to do the impossible. Grill food that is both appealing, palatable and gets rave reviews by even the pickiest of family members. Oh yes, trying to get the baby to eat even a little piece of burned meat may be the most frustrating of all of the things attempted in the world today. If that chef can just accomplish that one simple thing, then surely, he/she will be awarded the most prized possession of all, the golden spatula award.


This award is presented to those hard working, diligent and determined grill masters who seek perfection in all of the meat they burn. This award is just a simple thank you for a job well done. But there is much more to this story, so let us continue on in our presentation about The Barbeque Grill.

Do We Know Who Grilled First?

Could it have been the so called Caveman? That noble and hairy beast sitting alone in a damp and dreary cave, hiding from the dinosaurs and trying to figure out how to make the Terradactyl lizard more tasty? He rubbed two rocks together and made fire. Then the hunting and preparing of the meat came. This was no simple task; however, he was diligent and the fire was ready. Did he say, "I wonder how this meat would taste if I put it over the hot stuff I just made?" No doubt, it happned just that way, and ever since, man/woman has spent lifetimes in the quest for the perfect barbeque grill and the perfect burned meat.

The Ultimate Barbeque Grill

The Barbeque Grill site is dedicated to that end. We will find, and then report to the world wide web, our findings on which is the best Barbeque grill on Planet Earth today. It will be a totally unbiased look at the BBQ grill in question, the ups and downs of it and even how it cooks. Oh yes, we will purchase the Barbeque grill and even test it out. This way, the site can be totally objective in its findings. It should be an interesting ride down the road towards finding, buying and using the best barbeque grill on the Planet today.

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1 comment:

  1. Seriously, who would pay $135 for a barbeque grill? Well, actually we did. Yeah I know. maybe it was a whim, but whatever the reason, I will tell you this. This is one freakin' amazing grill! I can grill on Christmas Day right in the house, right at the dinner table if I want. How cool is that? Well, take a look and see if you would spen $135 for the best barbeque grill on the planet. https://bit.ly/the-barbeque-grill


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