These are the Charmglow grills of old, made in the US of A. Thick aluminum castings, stainless burners, annodized cooking grates. I like the fact the grates are raised on one side for searing meats and flat on the other side for fish, veggies, etc.
I have one that is 20 years old and all I do is clean it out a couple times a year. I've replaced the burner assembly a couple times and the porcelain briquettes once or twice. I grill a lot so in my opinion, this grill can't be beat. We have a couple Weber grills on the patio at work and I cook on them as well. Can't beat my MHP though. I also have the infra roast rotiss burner on mine. Mounts at the back hing area and works great. Do you have natural gas available? If so, I'd get one in natural gas and never worry about running out of fuel. They make infra red cooking option too.
Whatever you do, don't buy a grill from a big box store unless you plan on replacing it soon. Again, my MHP is 20 years old and sees a lot of use. You sometimes get what you pay for. (Less than a Genesis though).
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