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Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Electric Grill

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Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Electric Grill
Price: $89.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Dec 04 to Tuesday, Dec 05) + transit
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NakedMoleRat76


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I've owned this grill in the past. My condo association banned gas and charcoal grills, so electric was my only option. I used a smoker box with wood chips and that gave my food a good grilled flavor.

crude


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rhe one i got sucks big time not for a true griller

dgfait


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Do the drippings from the food just fall right onto the electric heating element?

onefastbob


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If you aren't using charcoal then you aren't really grilling.

yontyont


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This is the best grill without the agg of previous gas grills both tank and connected natural gas... NO JETS ! Grills as it should to temp you want and I am buying 2nd one as spare but my seven year old one is chugging along in a happy manner.

shrek2010


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Where to find tech spec? Does it support 220V electricity (EU)?

sabrewolf1001


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crude wrote:rhe one i got sucks big time not for a true griller



Totally agree, I was using this next to a charcoal grill during a large party and it just kind of grayed the meat, ended up just stuffing everything on the charcoal grill

Narfcake


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shrek2010 wrote:Where to find tech spec? Does it support 220V electricity (EU)?


Under the features:

Removable dial-control plugs into any common 120V power outlet and provides 1750 watts of grilling power



So no 220v.

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patric9956


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shrek2010 wrote:Where to find tech spec? Does it support 220V electricity (EU)?




Sort of a moot point since Woot will not be shipping this overseas.

rgewalt


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GO WITH A GEORGE FORMAN INSTEAD OF THIS CRAP

wkmtca


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i got this last year and forget using it when it is even a bit cold because the temp drops so fast you can take 45 minutes to cook a normal sized steak. really was useless.

tc1uscg


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onefastbob wrote:If you aren't using charcoal then you aren't really grilling.



IMO, if you use anything other then wood, you are cheating. Do it the old fashion way. Get a nice fire going, poke a stick through it and put it over the fire. Now thats REAL outdoor cooking. ;-)

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