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Good news first! My summer perch is back. Bad news, the grill is toast. So I've been trying to hunt down a grill online. I know exactly what I want. Stainless, 6 burner with natural gas hookup so I don't have to deal with the propane tanks. Just about exactly what I have now. I've had 3 different grills in my cart today ready to purchase. Then right before I buy, I start looking through reviews. Even if there are 30 positive reviews there is always that one guy. You know the one that probably couldn't find a good word to say about a trip to Disney World. Yep that one negative comment just ruins it. So I've given up until tomorrow. Thought I'd stop and see what my favorite people had to say. I'd prefer American made so parts are easy to find. That has me leaning toward this Lion unit. My favorite so far is this Napoleon grill but the negative review there, was the knobs melt and now the guy has new knobs but is afraid to use it. Also the Webber grills are typically good but I can't really say a value. Let me know what you'd do. Happy Sunday from the perch.

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  • Nice view

      6 months ago
  • I'm in the market for a new grill as well. One thing I don't like about alot of them is the drip tray area doesn't have much of a slant so most of the grease stays on the tray instead of going down into the little bin. So you have higher chances of grease fires. I have to keep the whole thing lined with foil just to help remove grease.

      6 months ago
  • Firstly Ben don't call it a grill. That doesn't translate well outside the states. It's a barbecue. Secondly Webber are probably the best in the world. Hope this helps ๐Ÿ™

      6 months ago
    • I am pulling for a Weber as well, we hv always liked them, even switched back to charcoal and sold our gas grill outright cause we missed the flavor....had to buy a bigger one once the kids started liking more than just hot dogs... good luck!

        6 months ago
    • Glad to hear you ditched the gas. Charcoal gives the food that lovely smokey flavor

        6 months ago
  • Well since you are in the market have you ever thought about a complete change up? My neighbor has a set up I'm switching to once my current grill fails. (It's not far off) He has the large Blackstone griddle. Cooks EVERYTHING on it. Shrimp eggs, bacon, vegetables... Far more versatile than a grill and once seasoned and accustomed to it cleaning takes just a few minutes. For those who are die hard grillers I think they also make a dual unit that has both a grill and a griddle. I'm pretty sure they're made in America also. Check them out it could be a whole new foodie beginning ๐Ÿ˜‰

      6 months ago
    • Thanks Lisa! Going to check that out now.

        6 months ago
  • So good to see you again,Ben!,Love that perch,I would perch there anyday!!,So sorry to hear about your grill.i really hope you find one suitable.I shall keep my fingers crossed.Please take very good care of yourself.Stay Safe,Love to allโ™ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿ˜ŠXX

      6 months ago
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