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    Good gas grill under $200?

    Just as the title says. Not looking for anything fancy, just the best quality for under $200. I would like to pick one up asap, so a grill from Home Depot, Lowes, Wal-Mart, etc. would be great.
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    Might be able to pick up a used one cheap on craigslist if you don't mind some scrubbing?
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    Check out Sears Kenmore line. We have one that was over $200, but they do offer grills for less.
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    Originally Posted by sloop View Post
    Might be able to pick up a used one cheap on craigslist if you don't mind some scrubbing?
    That might be a good option, but not sure if I want a grill thats touched someone else's meat
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    Check out Sears Kenmore line. We have one that was over $200, but they do offer grills for less.
    Awesome, thanks! I just found this one off the Sear's website. http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...blockType=G147

    It seems like a good grill for the money and it has 48,000 BTU output. I may bite on this one, but honestly i'm not too well versed in gas grills despite my obsession with King of the Hill haha.
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    I would go with this one, $149. You still have to buy a propane tank, since most don't come with one. Also look for a 10% coupon online for home depot.

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    You can find some decent sized grills for 69-150 bucks when you catch them on sale at home depot etc.. similar to the first pic but much nicer design grills. You gonna start of at Bobby's Level and hope to reach Hank's Steak Grilling level with no time?






    Also have you checked out those mini outdoor gas grills...I got one of those also...there awsome..big enough for two t-bone stekas and they come out great and they run off those 4-5 dollar mini propane tanks...they run from 39-59 bucks




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    Ayo, mini gas grill are super legit man.

    Check out the portable Weber gas grills, they are basically a normal grill but smaller.
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    Originally Posted by GymRat128 View Post
    You can find some decent sized grills for 69-150 bucks when you catch them on sale at home depot etc.. similar to the first pic but much nicer design grills. You gonna start of at Bobby's Level and hope to reach Hank's Steak Grilling level with no time?






    Also have you checked out those mini outdoor gas grills...I got one of those also...there awsome..big enough for two t-bone stekas and they come out great and they run off those 4-5 dollar mini propane tanks...they run from 39-59 bucks




    I wouldn't recommend either of those

    the top grill you posted is way too small, and looks cheap. Cooking on a small grill usually leads to it being too hot and cooking takes longer because you cant fit it all on the grill at once

    Have you used the bottom 'grill' you posted? They are portable which means you need to clean them every time you use them, which is a huge pain in the ass. It's nice, but you may as well get a george foreman which would do the same exact thing with half the effort/mess
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    Originally Posted by dvsness View Post
    Check out Sears Kenmore line. We have one that was over $200, but they do offer grills for less.
    Our first grill was from Sears, it was like 400.00 and lasted 11 years !
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    Originally Posted by AlecGaspari View Post
    I wouldn't recommend either of those

    the top grill you posted is way too small, and looks cheap. Cooking on a small grill usually leads to it being too hot and cooking takes longer because you cant fit it all on the grill at once

    Have you used the bottom 'grill' you posted? They are portable which means you need to clean them every time you use them, which is a huge pain in the ass. It's nice, but you may as well get a george foreman which would do the same exact thing with half the effort/mess

    Yeah the top pic was just to show what he can get for around 70-100 bucks size wise....but I also wrote a nicer designed grill..up to date with a modern style similar to the Sears link he posted since I just did a quick pic search and posted that one. I have a mini gas grill.....it blows away the George foreman, foreman drys out chicken and steak and its like a fake grill Imo ...the little propane grills...I use them when I just want to make a steak or two and not a bunch of BBQ and it comes out just as good as my big gas grill....I wouldnt say there really messy unless you splatter everything on it but if you keep it clean its preety handy item to have.....
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    Thanks for the input everyone, i'm going to stop by Home Depot and Sears tomorrow and check some out in person.
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    +1 for Webers if can find em cheaper than MSRP.. great grills, even the cheaper ones
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    Originally Posted by sloop View Post
    Might be able to pick up a used one cheap on craigslist if you don't mind some scrubbing?
    X2, I bought mine for $40 bucks and it works fine and there was a free one that was pretty nice on there near dayton last week
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    Check out costco. My outdoor one isn't gas but electric, easier to clean.

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    Originally Posted by GymRat128 View Post
    I have a mini gas grill.....it blows away the George foreman, foreman drys out chicken and steak and its like a fake grill Imo ...the little propane grills...I use them when I just want to make a steak or two and not a bunch of BBQ and it comes out just as good as my big gas grill....I wouldnt say there really messy unless you splatter everything on it but if you keep it clean its preety handy item to have.....
    do you use it indoors?
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    There are various inexpensive gas grills available in the market, you just have to thoroughly watch out for it. I'd rather buy a brand new inexpensive gas grill than buy second hands. You might also want to check out www[dot]bestgasgrillsguide[dot]net for a list of the best gas grills in the market and go to a drop down menu and look for the best gas grills under $200, to find more options for your budget. Have a wonderful grilling experience!
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