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Old 08-29-2012, 04:10 PM   #5
SamDoe1
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Originally Posted by DangerousMind View Post
+1. I had 2 Charbroils prior to buying a Weber and I won't look back. The Charbroils required cleaning of the burners constantly in order to avoid hotspotting. Also, it was hard to get the Charbroil BBq's to go below 300 degrees. They looked nice but just don't work as well as the Weber I got.
I have no problem holding my Char Broil at ~200F, I can slow cook ribs on mine no problem and haven't experienced hot spotting at all. I think there are different grades of Char Broil, there are the shitty ones and the decent ones.

I am in no way comparing it with Weber, but for less than half the price...it's good enough for me.
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