Did you know that gas grilling is scientifically and objectively better that using charcoal and electricity? In terms of cost, for instance, you do not have to spend a lot of money to obtain a quality grill and or operate it effectively. When grilling meats and or vegetable, gas grills also burn cleaner (which enables you to enjoy the full flavors of food) and do not require a lot of effort to light (unlike charcoal fired ones). To enjoy the foregoing and other benefits and have a promising time grilling at home, this article highlights, in detail, the 10 best grills.
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10. Magma A10-803
A perfect chef’s companion, particular among those that travel a lot and or host outdoor cookouts often, Magma A10-803 (Connoisseur Series) offers professional-grade grilling and baking results is a compact and portable package. Manufactured using an aesthetic 18-8 stainless steel (mirror polished) this grill withstands abuse well. Heat retention and conduction are impressive while its well-balanced design features a lockable lid and sturdy foldable legs that ease transportation. This gas uses a portable gas bottle (which improves its suitability further) and has inner safety shells that funnel grease out of its interior to prolongs its life and eases cleaning after grilling.
9. Char-Broil Classic
Offering a combined power output of 75,000 BTU (65,000 BTU main grill and a 10,000 BTU side burner (lidded), this classic 6-burner from Char-Broil is a versatile outdoor accessory that has improved how people cook at home. The high-density stainless steel used to make it lasts long. Cleaning is easy while its ability to withstand the abuse from environmental elements such a sunshine and water makes it an ideal outdoor gas grill. For a few dollars, buyers also get a large primary cooking area (650 square feet) that you can use to grill meats and vegetables, a modest (250 square feet) swing warming rack and an advanced convective cooking technology that keeps its temperature low to retain flavors and moisture.
8. Weber 47510001 Spirit
With Weber 47510001 Spirit, you get a durable and black-themed natural gas grill with a spacious three-burner design that can satisfy the needs of small to medium-sized families. Recommended for heavy-duty barbecuing, it is perfect for everyday use. The rust and corrosion resistant steel used to make withstands abuse on decks and patio with losing its functionality or aesthetic value over time, while the large cooking space offered (424 square inches for main and 105 square inches for warming) enables you to grill and bake large batches of food at the same time during parties. Forget about lighters and accelerants used to light other types of grills. With its dedicated push button and electronic crossover ignition system, you are able to turn it on in an instant whenever you are planning to cook.
7. Dyna-Glo DGB390SNP-D
A sought-after space-saver among barbecue enthusiasts all over the world, Dyna-Glo DGB390SNP-D offers users value without cluttering space as some larger and bulkier models. Powered by LPG gas, it burns hotter to prepare food faster without compromising texture or flavors. The stable frame and body (stainless steel) offered allows you cook safely outdoors while its push ignition system guarantees quicker start-ups. The cast iron cooking grates (porcelain enameled) that come built it, on the other hand, distribute and retain heat better that standard iron and stainless steel models while the infinite control valve offered allow you to customize gas output.
6. Char-Broil Classic 360
Perfect for light duty grilling in homes, this Classic 360 gas grill from Char-Broil is lightweight, stylish, and has a functional two-burner design with a combined output of 43,000 BTU. Grilling space is impressive (360 square inches primary and 170 secondary). The side shelf that it comes with is sturdy, made of BPA-free plastic, and has tool hooks and a handle that boosts its functionality. With an original, you also get a porcelain-coated firebox and lid that withstand abuse and a reliable Piezo ignition system that turns it on with every push.
5. Weber 51010001 Q1200
Durable, aesthetic (black themed), and with a sturdy cast aluminum body that lasts long in all environments, Weber 51010001 Q1200 is not only feature-rich but also offers that value than most individuals crave. Powered by liquid propane, operating costs are low. Cooking grates are large, durable, and porcelain-coated to distribute heat effectively, while the high heat output (85,000 BTU per hour) and the modest cooking space (189 square inches) that buyers get have made it a sought-after product in this niche. Weber 51010001 Q1200 is cost effective and uses disposable 16.4 and 14.1-ounce LP cylinders.
4. Dyna-Glo Premium Grills
Manufactured using premium black stainless steel, this gas grill from Dyna-Glo is a valuable four burner that uses natural gas as a heat source. The four burners that come built in are large, durable, and made of a commercial-grade stainless steel that not only conducts heat well but also withstands daily abuse. If you are among those that grill meats often and or like your steaks moist and well cooked, the 60,000 BTU of cooking power (both primary and side) that it generates delivers every time. Maintenance is also simple while the infinite valve setting control offered and its electronic ignition system make grilling fun. Other notable features are its heat retaining double wall lid, automotive quality finish that boosts its aesthetic value, and its spacious cabinet style body (two doors) that offers sufficient storage space for ingredients and other cooking accessories.
3. Cuisinart CGG-180T Petit
When shopping for a gourmet grill, durability, cooking power, and ease of use are but a few attributes that you must not sacrifice. This Petite edition of Cuisinart CGG-180T line of grills meets this threshold. Its fiery red tabletop design, for instance, is not only space efficient but also built using quality aluminum and stainless steel that last long. Burners cover a modest 145 square inch grilling area while foldable legs and lightweight (13 pounds) briefcase style body ease transportation.
2. Weber Genesis 6611001 E-310
Listed among the top 10 best gas grills reviewed in 2016, Weber Genesis E-310 is a spacious (637 square inches) 38,000 BTU gas grill with an aesthetic and low maintenance black body and three stainless steel burners. It uses safer natural gas, has a convenient electronic ignition system and has a front-mounted control panel that eases operation of its three burners (either singly or in concert). Price is decent, the five-year warranty offered invaluable, and the plethora of accessories that it comes with (flavorizer bar, six tool hooks, and built-in thermometer) improve its functionality.
1. Weber 46110001 E210
A valuable professional-grade accessory in the grilling niche, Weber 46110001 E210 tops our list. Even though smaller that some brands listed herein, this two-burner propane-powered grill has a durable and high-performance design (26,500 BTU) that handles light to medium-duty grilling excellently. Pricing is also better while the spacious grilling surface (450 square inches total), electric ignition system, and porcelain enameled components buyers get has won it global acclaim all over the world.