Char-Broil CB940X 08301390-26 Charcoal Grill
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- 435 square inch porcelain-coated cooking grate with 180 square snch of secondary cooking area on chrome-plated swingaway
- Adjustable height fire pan gives you complete control over your sear
- Removable ash pan for easy cleaning
- Front charcoal access door allows you to easily tend the coals inside the firebox without losing heat
- 2 Convenient side shelves
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|Item Dimensions||42 x 59.5 x 22.5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CB940X|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Shipping Weight||189.5 pounds|
The Char-Broil CB940X charcoal grill has 540 square inches of cast iron cooking space. It has an adjustable height fire grate with a front access door for tending your coals, a removable ash pan for easy cleanup, two adjustable dampers so you can control the temperature of your cooking, professional temperature gauge, removable wooden side shelves that double as carving boards, bottom shelf for convenient storage, two heavy-duty wheels, and 2 locking casters.
Top Customer Reviews
Quality control? Poor...
If you can get it for $200 you might want to consider it (for an undamaged unit).
Cast-Iron is located on the L/R sides of the lid, the door, and the cooking grates...other than that, the BBQ is made of Steel with a black temperature resistant coating which is everywhere except the inside of the lid.
The packaging is horrible and causes all the contents to be flung around during transport.
The black coating was chipped in over a dozen places.
The slide-in ash removal tray was stuck in place since the edges were bent up.
On my unit the wood was covered in a film that was cracked everywhere and chipping off.
The wood will not rest flat and is wobbly, probably because they sit on round-head screws.
The tray that holds the charcoal, when on the lowest setting, is hard to manually raise/lower (no crank, really?)
The tray that holds the charcoal has no Left or Right sides to hold the charcoal in and causes charcoal to fall out anytime you raise/lower it.
The lid closes unevenly and leaves a gap.
I got scraps of Chinese newspaper clippings left over in my shipment box.
I'm going to have to do some work to get this unit up and working...
I need to modify the charcoal tray so that coals don't fall out the sides, and so that it can be easier to raise/lower.
I need to sand down all the chipped areas use a heat-resistant spray paint to re-paint the entire unit.
I need to replace the round-head screws with flat-head screws so the wood rests firmly and doesn't wobble.
I need to sand down and refinish the wood.
I need to bend (somehow) the lid so it closes properly (not sure how I'm going to do this yet).
My only complaint was the price dropped dramatically within days of my purchase, but the good folks at Golden Team Synergy helped me out by getting me a really great deal on the needed cover. I would definitely purchase it again and their customer service was beyond excellant. They truly were interested in having a satisfied customer with a positive buying experience.
Building it is pretty easy. It took under an hour and you just need a screwdriver and a 1/2" wrench or pliers. The top will require a second person and my wife was not strong enough to hold the top in place to attach it so I had to do that and she had to line up the holes for the bolts. Not hard but cumbersome. Also the nameplate friction washers are very hard to get on I ended up using a 6mm wrench and a hammer which worked perfectly. Oh and one nut was the wrong size so I could only put on 7 of the 8 screws that hold on the top. I expect that Charbroil will send me a new nut. The rotisserie holes are right in line with the side tables. I have a generic rotisserie I had hoped to use but it will not work. Charbroil makes one though for this grill.
The wheels both the fixed and castors are very high quality. The large fixed wheels even have zerc fittings for greasing them!
Looking at the firebox I can see how you can feed and arrange the charcoal through the front door but I use one of the chimney style starters. The fire sits on a chrome plated steel grate with fairly wide slots. The great is adjustable about 8" up and down. At its lowest point, it is a little above the door so it will be hard to control the flame through the door on any setting.
BTW: The grill inside simply has 4 cast iron grates. There is no warming tray - the grates take up the entire inside under the lid. It also comes with a special handle to allow you to remove the grates while they are hot.
Very happy with the grill so far!