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Char-Griller 3001 Grillin' Pro 40,800-BTU Gas Grill
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- 40,800 BTU gas grill with 438 square inches of main grilling area
- 192 square inch warming rack, 12,000 BTU side burner
- Durable steel construction; side shelf for handy workspace
- Electronic ignition; porcelain-coated cast-iron grates; utensil hooks
- Measures 50" X 25" X 42"
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Char-Griller 3-Burner Grillin' Pro Propane Gas Grill
Durable steel construction
The Char-Griller 3001 Grillin' Pro 40,800-BTU Gas Grill is durable steel and powder coated for longevity outdoors. Weighing less than 100 pounds, attached wheels make it easy to move around the yard as needed. The grill kicks out 40,800 BTU's, while the side burner offers another 12,00 BTUs.
630 square inches of total cooking area
Enjoy grilling convenience with 438 square inches on the main grill and 192 square inches on the warming rack. Electronic starter for quick and easy start-up. Porcelain-coated cast-iron cooking grates and stainless steel burners. Side shelf makes a convenient prep workspace.
- Heavy Steel Construction
- Porcelain coated cast-iron grill grates
- 40,800 BTU's
- 12,000 BTU Side Burner
- 630 Sq. In. Total Cooking Area
- Electronic Ignition
- Durable powder-coated finish
Your Food Never Tasted So Good
Convenient Propane Cooking
No need to wait for your grill to get hot! Just light your grill with the electric ignition and let the 40,800 BTU grill get to work!
Solid and Durable Construction
The Grillin' Pro is made from a heavy steel construction with a powder coated finish for durability. The porcelain coated cast-iron grill grate is built to last.
Plenty of Grill Space
The Grillin' Pro features 438 square inches in primary grill space, with an additional 192 square inch warming rack. Side shelf for a convenient workspace and the side burner offers you more versatility. Grill your steak and cook your side dish at the same time!
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|Cooking Area||250 sq/in||580 sq/in||580 sq/in||314 sq/in||438 sq/in||1018 sq/in|
|Warming Rack||270 sq/in||250 sq/in Side Firebox||133 sq/in||192 sq/in||242 sq/in|
|Fuel||Charcoal||Charcoal||Charcoal||Charcoal||Propane||Charcoal &/or propane|
|Materials||Heavy steel construction and cast iron cooking grates||Heavy steel construction and cast iron cooking grates||Heavy steel construction and cast iron cooking grates||Powder coated steel exterior and porcelain coated steel interior||Durable steel construction and cast iron cooking grates||Heavy steel construction and porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates|
|LxWxH inches||31" x 21" x 44" (50lbs)||42" x 29" x 50" (100lbs)||62" x 29" x 50" (118lbs)||45" x 31" x 47" (100lbs)||49" x 28" x 49" (88lbs)||61" x 28" x 50" (144lbs)|
|Adjustable fire grate||✓||✓||✓|
|Easy Dump Ash Pan||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Side Table(s)||✓||✓||✓||✓||yes and side burner||side burner|
|Ideal for:||Small Backyard Grilling||Backyard Grilling||Backyard Grilling and Smoking||Backyard Grilling and Smoking||Backyard Grilling||Backyard or Party Grilling|
|Item Dimensions||50 x 25 x 42 inches|
|Shipping Weight||88.2 pounds|
The Char-Griller #3001 Grillin' Pro Gas Grill provides 438 square inches of gas grilling space; 438 square inches of primary surface and 192 square inches on the warming rack. The three stainless steel burner tubes generate a total of 40,800 BTU's. Also includes a 12,000 BTU side burner. The grill features heavy-steel construction, porcelain coated cast iron grates, dual stacks for even heating, a stainless steel thermometer, Stay Cool hood handle, and an electronic igniter probe on every burner.
Top customer reviews
You'll ruin it, get black propane crap all over it. Don't don't do it, she won't like it, you might have to sleep in a bed that your not accustomed to, alone, filled with regret.
UPDATE: After using this for an extended time, I still love this grill, however there is one problem I have found. There is a protection plate over each flame (below the grilling bars) that tends to catch and hold a lot of the food/grease from cooking. Because of this, I tend to get a lot of flare-up which can sometimes burn the food. I don't know if maybe the plates just need a little more slant to help the food slide off or what, but it can be annoying to come back and find your food is practically on fire...
Other grills that look similar and are half the price probably have metal that is half the thickness. The paint is thick and seems to be lasting so far. It has a grease trap that works-- I line mine with tinfoil for easy cleaning. The only complaint I have is that I'd like a handle to drag it around with-- Lifting it by the side-table isn't comfortable because of the sheet metal edge. Assembly is a bit of a chore but I don't think its scientifically possible to do it any differently and still fit it in a box that would be affordable to ship.
Buy the cover for it. Its good quality.
As others have mentioned, you'll have a hard time turning the gas bottle off until the grill cools. The knob is about 1.5" below the drip pan, which gets hot along with the grill. No idea why people are reporting problems getting the gas bottle to fit, mine drops right in. One igniter had no spark until I tweaked the distance between the tip and the burner, then all 3 worked fine.
Haven't cooked in it yet. I'll report back if its good or not and if I have any problems with it at all. If you see no reports of problems, I didn't have any! Heated up to >600 in a few minutes, runs around 450 with all 3 burners on low. I like the 'stacks' because you could cover one with an empty can or piece of foil to increase the heat retention inside (meaning one burner on low would give you some decent low and slow) and it looks like you could remove a portion of the right side of the lower casement and probably add on an indirect or smoker box to the side.
It does have a lot of gummy machine oil all over it. I let it run to max temp for about 15 minutes, then low for 15 minutes, then shut it off. I'll check tomorrow when its cool but that should have burned it off and helped 'set' the paint on it. A high heat/off cycle like that heats the paint and then lets it 'stick' better, so there is less flaking or discoloration down the line. Whole thing is matte black, so any black grill paint will dress up rust or scrapes. Had a bunch of very minor scrapes and dings from the shipping process, its not really packed very well and lots of the parts are VERY close to the sides of the boxes, so if your box is bashed badly you might consider returning it instead of unpacking it, because you have about zero chance of getting all this back in the box once its unpacked. Paid about $160 for it, can't really get anything this nice at that price point unless you're lucky enough to grab a clearance item at a B&M store. Good luck with that.
Edit 2/14/15: I've used this for a little over a year. The bottom of the 'barrel' under the grate collects grease and debris. There isn't enough angle for it to run off. So unless you scrape the gooey debris down into the lower collection tray, you'll have a grill fire eventually. I don't have to do this very often, just once every few months.
The bolts all over it are also starting to rust. Nothing serious yet but that's going to be the failure point of the grill eventually. Its just rusting due to the paint coming off from the grill heat. The worst are the four screws that hold the can exhausts on top of the barrel, but I can replace those with a stainless steel screw. I'm guessing this to have about a 5 year life span. I don't cover it, as I've had more problems with moisture buildup under a cover than I've had with a grill getting rained on.
The rust is setting in. The grate has some heavy rust, one of the 'deflectors' is well rusted, and the bottom half of the 'barrel' is starting to rust. I frequently spray the grill all over the inside with grill oil and its still going. About what I've experienced with cheap painted metal grills before...good for 2-3 years and then they need enough parts replaced to consider tossing it and buying a new one.
Finally ready to replace the grill although I could easily squeeze another year out of it. The burners are rusty but still work, no blowouts. The heat deflectors are pretty rusty but still in one piece. I have the original grates but there's a 2"x2" section that's rusting. Some rust on the bots but it still has structural integrity. Home depot offered a nice 4 burner with ceramic infrared sear side burner for under two hundred, assembled with a free gas bottle exchange and I couldn't pass that up. I'm going to scrape this old one out and leave it out in the yard should I need to cook anything really messy on it.
3.5 years with an easy shot at 4-4.5 isn't too shabby for an inexpensive grill.