Broil King 922164 Baron 440 Liquid Propane Gas Grill
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- Typical assembly time of 4 hours
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- 4 stainless steel Dual-Tube burners deliver up to 40,000 BTUs heating the grill quickly and evenly
- 10,000 BTU powerful side burner
- 644-sq in total cooking area, including 444 sq. in of primary cooking space,
- Reversible heavy-duty cast-iron cooking grids / Stainless steel Flav-R-Wave cooking system / Linear-Flow valves with 180 degree Sensi-Touch control knobs
- Durable stainless steel side shelves fold-down / Level Q casters stabilize the grill on uneven surfaces
- Refer to the User Manual attached below in Technical Specification
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From the manufacturer
Proudly Made In North America
We are a proud family owned company, since 1906. Our performance gas grills are manufactured in North American factories located in Huntington Indiana, Dickson Tennessee and Waterloo Ontario.
Performance Grilling Technology - 5 Key Performance Features
- Durable Cookbox
- Cast Iron Grids
- Flav-R-Wave System
- Dual-Tube Burners
- Full Heat Control
Made For Steak
Engineeered For Everything Else
Every Broil King gas grill is built to provide unparalleled cooking versatility. Broil King’s renowned Performance Grilling Technology (PGT) gives you the ability to cook almost anything on your grill in any style you desire. You can sear steaks to perfection, rotisserie cook poultry or roasts, and even bake elaborate desserts.
Every part of the cooking system is designed and engineered for a specific purpose. When combined, the results are simply spectacular. There’s no mistaking the great flavor you get with Broil King.
The Broil King Advantage - Key Features That Set Us Apart From The Rest
Stainless Cook Box
Made from die-cast aluminum, and high-grade stainless steel; the durable cook box provide excellent heat retention and long lasting durability. They are designed to ensure even heating and heat retention for precise control.
Patented Dual-Tube Burners 10 Year Warranty
Made from high quality, heavy-duty stainless steel, Broil King’s large diameter, patented tube-in-tube side ported burners provide even heat distribution with two rows of flame per burner.
Cast Iron Grids
Made with durable cast iron, these heavy cooking grids deliver excellent heat retention and exceptional searing power to lock in juices and flavor. One side is pointed for perfect steakhouse sear marks while the other side has grooves to capture juices for continuous basting.
The stainless steel cooking system provides superior heat distribution across the entire surface of the grill and protects the burners. Drippings that fall onto the Flav-R-Wave are instantly vaporized. The vapor created through this process infuses back into the food for that unmistakable barbecue flavor.
Full Heat Control
Linear-Flow valves with 180º Sensi-Touch control knobs give you infinite heat control, allowing you to set your grill to the perfect temperature for searing, roasting or slow cooking.
Powerful Side Burner
The high-powered 10,000 BTU side burner allows you to do more. Create mouth-watering side dishes, soups or sauces while you grill.
The powerful 15,000 BTU stainless steel rotisserie burner comes complete with a premium spit rod and motor to consistently deliver even heat for superior results.
The durable, stainless steel side shelves are designed to quickly and easily fold down for convenient storage in tight spaces.
|Performance||50,000 BTU||40,000 BTU||30,000 BTU|
|Dual-Tube Burners||5 Burners||4 Burners||3 Burners|
|Cast Iron Grids||✓||✓||✓|
|Total Cooking Space||805 Square Inches||644 Square Inches||440 Square Inches|
|Primary Cooking Space||555 Square Inches||444 Square Inches||330 Square Inches|
|Side Burner||✓||490 / 440 Models|
|Rotisserie Burner||✓||490 Models|
|Locking Casters||4 Casters||4 Casters||4 Casters|
|Item Dimensions||45.5 x 24 x 57 inches|
|Shipping Weight||170 pounds|
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The Baron series offers both power and performance in a variety of sizes to suit all types of grillers. At the heart of the Baron series is the legendary Broil King cooking system. Powerful Dual-Tube burners are designed to ensure a consistent flame from front to back, providing even and efficient heat distribution at the cooking surface. Made from high quality stainless steel and backed by a 10 year warranty. The heavy duty cast iron grids are reversible. One side is pointed to give you perfect grill marks and the other side is grooved to capture juices for continuous basting while cooking. The Stainless steel Flav-R-Wave cooking system provides superior heat distribution, protects the burner and vaporizes drippings for great barbecue flavor. Linear-Flow valves with 180 degree Sensi-Touch control knobs give you the infinite heat control, allowing you to set your grill to the perfect temperature for searing, roasting or slow cooking. The Sure-Lite ignition system offers you peace of mind knowing your barbecue grill will start with the push of a button. On either side of the cook-box you will find our handy, stylish side shelves. Located on the front base of the barbecue grill, these convenient, durable resin leg levelers allow you to quickly and firmly stabilize your broil king on uneven surfaces. Easy to maintain, with urban styling and a performance package that rivals any other grill, the Baron series is in a class by itself.
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That being said, I was coming off a Kenmore Elite grill of this same size that lasted ten years and it was time to move on. The Broil King has very nice cast iron grates and its warming rack, (which I cook on typically) is larger than the one in my old Kenmore. I seasoned the cast iron grates with flax seed oil and baked them at 500 degrees a couple times. Also, the side burner is a first for me and it works great. To be on the picky side, I wish its lowest setting was a true simmer burner, but I'll get over myself.
This grill heats up nicely and I would let it burn at its hottest for at least 15-20 minutes to smoke out the chemicals, (I got this up to 650 degrees and there was a brownish like smoke that discharged) when you first get it. I've noticed this grill retains its heat very well and almost had trouble actually reducing it a couple times. Once, I had three of its burners at their minimums and one turned off just to get it down to 350 degrees.
I wouldn't have minded the wheels to be a little bigger for the few times I move it but its nothing to fuss about. Overall, an excellent and powerful grill with quality parts. If Broil-King would make their bigger unit, the five burner, in this black and silver combo, I would've purchased that one instead as I'm not a fan of an entirely stainless unit.
My snapshot comment is its better than a Weber Spirit or a Weber Genesis for a lot less money. We have a Genesis E310 (3 burner, stainless grates) at our Swiss home. I prefer cooking on the Broil King. The 4 burners on the Broil King are more adaptable to different foods and cooking approaches. The cast iron grates result in less food rolling into the burners, the cast iron grates retain heat better. I also get the feeling the Broil King is more sturdy/less flex, easier to roll around and just feels tighter. Could be I assembled the Broil King and a dealer the Weber.
Cooking on cast iron grates is excellent. Don't get lured in by stainless is better unless you're cooking small quantities (of large enough pieces that won't slide/roll through the grates). If you're dealing with a party or large cuts of meat, cast iron has way more heat retention and storage capability (mass). Nor does cast iron warp and start wobbling around when handling food.
We've had ours for 3 years now. It sits covered on a pool deck 50 feet from salt water in south Florida with the prevailing breeze blowing right into it. There's not a spec of rust on it, including the grates. Igniters work. Everything works.
One complaint I see is holes not lining up during assembly. They don't. Take your time, align them up as best as possible, and bear down hard on your screwdriver to catch a thread. Once its done, its done for good. Ours get's wheeled around frequently and nothing has loosened up. I thought my grill was particularly bad in this respect. But the hardware is good, I never stripped a single screw getting it all together.
Another complaint is the drip tray. It absolutely stinks. I keep a towel underneath it and simply run it through the wash every now and then. I've tried my creative approaches but never managed to come up with a better solution than an old towel.
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