Browning® Ceramic Charcoal Grill
- Time-tested ceramic construction delivers juicier grilled food
- Thick ceramic walls retain and distribute heat better than conventional metal grills
- 440 square inches of cooking space on two-tier porcelain coated cooking grid
- Less charcoal usage and quicker cooking times
- Top cast-iron damper and lower metal air-intake for great temperature control
- Four locking casters
- Oversized, easy-read thermometer
- Roomy lower storage shelf
- Two convenient wooden side shelves
Manufacturer model #: GR4030-015251.
Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by jblookin Don't Waste Your Time or Money Spent quite a bit of time putting this together. Troughout the process I noticed deficiencies, such as cart holes did not align, glaze was not uniform, and the wood rack on the side came with incomplete parts. After spending all the time putting it together, I lifted the lid and the hinge weld broke. Bass Pro Shop refunded my money since I was not interested in a replacement. The price and cart was what originally attracted me to the Browning. I purchased an egg from a competitor and feel it was worth spending the extra money. August 5, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by tiger956 Defective Productive Like the others that have reviewed this product my firebox cracked in the first month of use, NO FACTORY SUPPORT, STAY AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT!! July 5, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by TampaMarc Fire box cracked in a week Purchased this grill at Bass Pro and brought it home and put it together. It worked pretty good for about 4 grilling sessions and then the fire box cracked. Luckily it broke the first week I had it and returned it for a full refund at Bass Pro. Also the draft door on the bottom has oval holes where it screws in and the grill will burn through your left over charcoal and stay hot for hours after you close the draft door and the top of the grill. It is certainly no Big Green Egg and I do not recommend buying it as some sort of 'competitor' version of the BGE. Using my refund and going to get a real BGE today... June 7, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by WTHMiss The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Good: Cooks Great, Consistent Temp. once you get temp. stablized with dampers. would recommend a plate setter for indirect cooking for fatty meats. Bad: This company does not have plate setter or any accessories for this grill. Had to buy a plate setter from Big Green Egg. Ugly: Fire bowl Cracked in 2 places in less than one months use. Checked with manufacture for warranty replacement. Mfg. did not have one in stock. Huh? Put me on waiting list for replacement fire bowl. Mfg. has no ETA when they can get me one. What? Now I've got a grill I paid out the whazoo for and I can't use it for fear of more damage. It being a "Browning" brand product I expected a quality product and service. A customer never knows who to trust any more. I should have bought a Big Green Egg instead. May 27, 2012
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A:If you are unable to locate parts online or at local stores you might refer to the manufacturer Rankam for assistance by calling 1-310-323-0888. Thanks
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Details:some accessories for example; ceramic insert for indirect cooking
A:Besides the Cast iron grate and the self ignighter, not much.
You will need extra drip pans. There is a griddle attachment for it, and some other things available through Weber.
A:The Browning Ceramic Grill does not come with a ceramic insert for indirect cooking. It does have ceramic ring in the bottom, but that is more for heat retention and management, not indirect cooking. Below are the features listed on line, plus one more that was not listed. It does not mention, but also has a hinged main grate that allows you to raise up the hinged portion and tend your coals without having to remove the grate. Attached a image of the grate and how it hinges.
• Time-tested ceramic construction delivers juicier grilled food
• Thick ceramic walls retain and distribute heat better than conventional metal grills
• 440 square inches of cooking space on two-tier porcelain cooking grate
• Less charcoal usage and quicker cooking times
• Top cast-iron damper and lower metal air-intake for great temperature control
• Four locking casters
• Oversized, easy-read thermometer
• Roomy lower storage shelf
• Two convenient wooden side shelves
Enjoy the unique cooking performance of a ceramic grill in a cooking machine designed for your backyard with the Browning Ceramic Charcoal Grill. This grill's thick ceramic walls retain and distribute heat better than conventional metal grills, for juicier, more delicious foods, quicker cooking times, and less charcoal needed. Take on big grilling tasks with 440 square inches of cooking space over the grill's two-tier porcelain cooking grate. An upper cast-iron damper and lower metal air-intake gives you easy temperature regulation and control. Four locking casters make the grill easy to move and lock down when you want the grill to stay in place. This quality Browning grill also features an oversized, easy-read thermometer, 9" cast iron charcoal grate, roomy lower storage shelf, and two convenient wooden side shelves for spices, prep work, tools, and more. Browning logo on thermometer and woodburned into side shelves. Ceramic body size: 21-1/2"D x 31-1/4"H. Overall size: 50"H x 46-3/4"W x 27"D. Weight: 198 lbs.
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