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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
The porcelain coating of the grates can be chipped pretty easily if cleaning not so carefully or using the wrong cooking/cleaning tools. Once the coating is chipped water can get to the cast iron and then it would rust real fast and will need to be replaced. See More
This grill does not have cabinet doors in the front, just a metal plate. That means that replacing the propane tank or accessing the gris pan to clean it has to be done from the back of the grill which is not always easily accessible, depending on where the grill is positioned. See More