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Considering the fact that this unit costs less than $100, it's surprisingly well-built. All the components, such as the porcelain-enameled bowl, the aluminum legs, the ashtray, or the vents, are corrosion resistant. In fact, plenty of people have used this grill for more than 10 years. Moreover, even if something does break, spare parts are widely available. See More
While most grills use single tubes with a single row of flame ports, the Baron 440 uses a dual-tube setup with dual flames. The dual tube design creates more even gas pressure throughout the tube’s length for more even heat distribution. See More
This unit has a searing zone in the center of the grill. This provides additional heat that allows you to create beautiful looking grill marks and caramelize your food much faster. Additionally, the smoker box enhances the flavor of the seared meat by smoking it. See More
The grill can be used in six different ways: as a contact grill, panini press, full grill, full griddle, half-grill or half-griddle. This flexibility means that you can cook steaks, hamburgers, eggs, pancakes, and bacon without buying separate appliances. See More
It's possible to fully open up the grill to double the working surface. This allows you to grill a steak on one side and cook vegetables on the other side. If you want to grill sandwiches or paninis, the floating cover comes in handy, as it allows to grill both sides simultaneously. See More
Instead of heating food directly by convection, the burners heat up a perforated sheet of stainless steel that generates infrared heat. Infrared heat is very intense, so it can cook food fast while still leaving it juicy, which is especially noticeable while cooking steaks. See More