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2044 days ago

My favorite feature of this particular deep fryer is the break away cord so I feel comfortable taking it to family get togethers where the kitchen is crowded or to a park pavilion. The most dangerous part of any cooking event is the possibility of someone tripping over the cord and all of that hot burnable liquid pouring down on them. With the rip away cord though, cord simply detaches and the cooker stays in its place on the table. I just wish every cooking product had this safety feature. Fantastic for someone who entertains often but a little too big for everyday use so I gave it a four out of five rating.

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2396 days ago

I believe that Weber offers the most reliable, well built and pleasant grills out there. I purchased a Silver A years ago and over the time spent with it I made some conclusions about it's practicality right up to 2012 as we are in now. You do have to replace parts which is common for gas grills but I must admit that sometimes the instructions I received over the phone from the company has caused me some measured grief. There were times when I was shipped incorrect parts to the dismay of my hot dog loving brood. Now I am being told that my only options are to discard the unit or purchase at a significant cost to me another manifold part which in addition as layman sounds complicated to me for an install. I have already purchased a new regulator from Weber at their prompting which is lying in state at a loss in my back room. My questions remain, why did this happen. I do not agree that a half inch bolt for any credible reason should cause me to now go on the market in bad times and purchase another grill for maybe $500 or more. That kind of happenstance should have been visible upon production. The catch 22 is that I probably will buy a cheaper Weber as a replacement. You do not throw the baby out with bath water.Jay Adler Comment

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2693 days ago

So, I think it's very interesting device. I don't use it. I can't say more. I' realy hope that appear in my country and I can try one. You can see the video here http://kofevarka.odessa.ua/articles/il_Tiro

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3930 days ago

I have had this grill for nearly three years. I love it. It take the mess and hassle out of charcoal grilling. It takes about four minutes of gas to get the thing going. At one point after 11 inches of rain I had trouble with the gas starter. I called Weber. They asked me one question, my address, and sent me a new starter system. I cook outside through the winter. It's fast and easy. Just get a little fireplace shovel to handle the charcoal. When charcoal is this easy, cooking over tasteless gas is stupid. There are two movable baskets for the charcoal inside that make slow cooking simple. When done, just close the vents and add a little fresh charcoal next time. I can't understand why anyone would want a gas grill.

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4236 days ago

The Weber 18.5 one touch silver is a very good, solid grill. It is smaller than the larger version (22 inch) but has the same quality features as the larger grill. The baked enamel finish is strong and will withstand the very hight temps associated with charcoal grilling. The only downside to this grill is the fact that the aluminum legs are a little small and flimsy. But, I have never had a problem. www.squidoo.com/charcoalgrillreviews

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