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Marsh Allen 30052 Cast Iron Hibachi 10 by 18-Inch Charcoal Grill
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- 3 position adjustable cooking grids. Curved-up grid sides help keep food in place
- 157 sq. inch cooking surface
- Wood grid handles also allow for protected adjustment
- 2 adjustable air vents for controlling charcoal burn rates
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|Item Dimensions||10.62 x 18.75 x 3.4 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||JEN-2053|
|Shipping Weight||16.45 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I have not been able to find a Hibachi in SE Washington State for the past 3 years. An online search took me to Amazon.com and this Hibachi. It is good quality and the out dated complaint about the painted handles has been corrected. The only problem I had was the left cooking grid was not very stable in the grid support. I sent an email to info@KayHomeProducts.com on Monday evening. Tuesday morning I had an email response from Cathy advising she was shipping me a replacement left cooking grid. I received it in Saturday's mail. Because of the product quality and outstanding customer service I have ordered a 2nd Hibachi to use when we have company and need more cooking service.
here is what I found.
A Hibachi is for SMALL jobs.Kabobs,steak chunks,a chicken breast,
1 hamburger per side.
as it doesn't have sides or a top to trap the heat in, what you cook must be small enough to cook fast,as to save the heat.
I have tried a porterhouse and it was just too large.
dont get me wrong, it got cooked well enough( nice med rare )but was too cool on the sides.
This is a great grill,for the right things.
small cuts of meat.
and thats what it dies best.
One briquette grate is smaller than the other and falls to bottom as a result.
Had to drill / elongate hole to install grate support bracket
Paint on handles started to run when I handled them with wet hands. I tried to rinse off the remaining paint or ink under running water so that it will not continue to bleed off. What paint do you know of that rinses off under plain water?
Right cast iron grate cracked when it came in contact with heat.
The design and construction of this product shows clear disregard for the consumer and is absolutely unacceptable at any price. I have to question at this point weather or not the paint used on the grill and grates is toxic or lead based. I've come across my share of junk but this is really bad!
If I had to find a flaw, some of the cast iron parts could have been trimmed a little better for a neater appearance, but there were no sharp edges.
I recommend you shop around for a Hibachi before you buy one here, because I found one at Dominick's Finer Foods for $9.99
for the same one advertised here, by BBQ Guys and it to is cast iron.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good grill. Made ok for new product. Not made like ones from 70s but nothing is. Works fine other than wooden handle failed even with easy care. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mark G.
I can remember going through a few Hibachi's back in the 50's, grilling a couple of T-bones for my Mom, brother, and myself. Read morePublished 8 days ago by R. W. Milyard
I have been looking for a for the last year, and stores no longer carry them. For a small family it is perfect, takes no time to cook and cleanup is a breeze.Published 13 days ago by Sandra McCartney