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Texsport Rotisserie Grill and Spit
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- Stainless steel rotisserie stops in 4 positions for delicious, slow-roasted flavor
- 24" x 16" grilling surface. Tough welded construction
- Simple thumb-screw adjusts height of grill and rotisserie
- Twin steel side arms can swing into position to keep potted food warm
- Easy assembly and take-down without tools. Weighs 16.5 lbs.
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Metal construction. Adjustable height. Two swinging arms for keeping foods warm. Overall dimensions: 17W x 3D x 34H inches.
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The problem I have with it, (which has still not been addressed), is that there appears to be paint on the grilling surface, and the instructions do not in any way address how to handle this. It is quite a thick coating, and I would like to know the chemical makeup of this paint before I eat it, or at the least, have some direction as to how it is to be "seasoned" or burned off before use or what. I emailed the company about this and received an acknowledgement and a promise that they would get back to me and they never did. So until then, I have a grill I can't use. It really would only take a few sentences on the instruction sheet to cover this, or better yet, just don't paint the actual grill surface.
Assembly was pretty straight forward. One thing that bugged me is the two Eye bolts to secure the grill were easy to come out when transporting. Set it up at the office and wanted to see if it'd stay assembled on the way home. Doesn't stand up to travel well when assembled but really shouldn't be expected to. Easy fix would be to go to a hardware store and buy some threaded eye bolts and put a nut on the end of it. When stationary stays pretty stable for any usage it'd be designed for and very unlikely to have issues with the supplied hardware.
No carrying case is a bummer but I'm keeping the cardboard box it came in for transportation.
I cooked four hamburgers directly on the grill with a pretty hot fire. When camping and after a few drinks I tend to get the fire roaring and glass melting hot so I wanted to make sure I wouldn't have any trouble with this and the grill if it so happened needed to be over the fire after that happened. Instructions say that the grill is best used over embers at about 6". Rotisserie is recommended to do first while the flames are going at about a foot if I recall. My firepit is a little over sized and so I stuck it on the inside of the bricks and fit perfectly. While sitting alongside the embers and over the flames there was no paint peeling or noticeable damage of any kind. The rotisserie handle stayed pretty cool and doesn't seem like I'll have a problem turning it while cooking. Handle is designed for four stationary positions rather than constant rotation. Burgers came off the grill with no paint peeling up and grill still looking in great shape, no change from when I unpackaged it. The grill does get messy when cooking directly on the grate though, so a disposable grilling mat or tin foil would be great if you're the kind to keep things neat. I'm looking forward to testing the pot holders as that's where I see it's potential weakness but haven't had a chance to yet. If it can boil a gallon of water and hold the weight well, I can't imagine needing it to do anything else. I'll be cooking a turkey on the rotisserie this weekend as well to see how that does.
Seems to be a great buy!
I would definitely recommend to a friend or family member.