Char-Broil Patio Caddie Electric Grill

Average User Rating:
4/5,
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  • Gas grill taste and ease with an electric grill! You wont find anything that compares to The Electric Patio Caddie. It is perfectly sized for small decks, terraces and patios, yet it doesn't skimp on features. It has a rust-resistant porcelain body, heavy-gauge porcelain cooking grid, heat gauge in the lid, thermostatic handles, and a wobble-free base. The 1650-watt electric grill has a 5-foot cord and uses Thermsulate techology for optimal grilling conditions. You will never have to worry about running out of gas again!
  • Binding:
    Lawn & Patio
    Brand:
    Char-Broil
    EAN:
    0099143012964
    Feature:
    Measures 20 by 20 by 42-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
    Is Autographed:
    0
    Is Memorabilia:
    0
    Height:
    44 inches
    Length:
    22 inches
    Weight:
    40 pounds
    Width:
    16.75 inches
    Label:
    Char-Broil
    List Price:
    $229.00
    Manufacturer:
    Char-Broil
    Model:
    4654870/06601296
    MPN:
    465487005
    Product Group:
    Lawn & Patio
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_LAWN_AND_GARDEN
    Publisher:
    Char-Broil
    SKU:
    281392
    Studio:
    Char-Broil
    Title:
    Char-Broil Patio Caddie Electric Grill
    UPC:
    099143012964
    Release Date:
    2006-11-15

Recent User Reviews

  1. smokecity57
    4/5,
    "This turned out to be the PERFECT little smoker fo"
    Pros - Ease of use. Just put some chips, sticks, or blocks on the element,set the temp....load it, and check it periodically. Smoke, or grill.
    Cons - Discontinued....but parts can be found. For best results, use at least a 15 amp, dedicated plug for it in order to get full heating capability.
    I purchased this grill for my wife to use camping, when I was not there. She liked the ease of plug and go. That was pretty much the only time we used it, as I have virtually every type grill or smoker, made. I had always been a purest for smoking though. The problem with that was that it can keep you quite busy watching the temp, keeping the fire right. Especially when only smoking a few items....it was just a lot of trouble. My daughter wanted me to smoke a butt for her Birthday, but it was only going to be the 5 of us there. I had thought about trying the grill since it was just us. I found some small Pecan limbs, and shells, that had fallen in the yard. Packed them around the element, set the temp to right around 225/250.....and it was perfect! I was soon having to make them for friend's and family. It smokes very,very well.You have to be careful with just Hickory....it tends to smoke too thick and gives the BBQ a strong Hickory taste. Personally, I am not too fond of it. I have found Pecan to be perfect for our tastes.Since they no longer make them, I keep an eye out for them at yard sales, etc., A good way to have parts.  :) 

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