Built right on the mark; commercial-grade cast stainless burners; a perfect all-around performance grill; hardly any chance of flare ups; lifetime warranty.
Things to Love:
Blaze Grills are constructed with a 304 stainless steel body, which is durable and offers excellent rust resistance. But we are most impressed by the commercial-quality, cast stainless steel burners. Usually, cast stainless steel burners are found only in more expensive gas grills. These solid burners greatly exceed the durability of the welded tube burners found on other gas grills in the same price range.
I also like the heat zone separators which allow you to prepare a variety of foods simultaneously while using different heat levels. However, if you're cooking ribs or another dish that stretches across the heat zones, be sure to remove the separators so your food cooks evenly. In addition, Blaze grills have a double-lined hood which protects the hood from discoloring due to high temperatures and also aids in retaining the heat inside the grill. Finally, the unique perforated flame stabilizing grid does a great job at reducing flare-ups.
Blaze offers a lifetime warranty on the grills burners, cooking grid, and stainless steel housing. Something tells us that Blaze wanted to ensure the customer isn't second guessing the quality and durability of their grills.
Things To Consider:
While there isn't much not to dislike about this grill, keep in mind it's a basic grill. The grill doesn't feature an over the top, flashy design or built-in illumination on the controls or inside the grill. Although, you can still upgrade the grill to have more features if you'd like. Add-on options include: infrared burner, rotisserie kit and smoker box. Depending on your grilling style, basic grills can have their advantages because you're not forced into paying a higher price for options you may not use.
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