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Old 04-09-2015, 01:09 AM   #161
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Are the burners front and back or side by side? A portable that you can actually cook indirect?
The burners are side by side 10,000 BTU each, so yes you can actually cook indirect. And it has a decent grill area.
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Old 04-09-2015, 01:10 AM   #162
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Hmmm....might have to reconsider
Duro NXR Table Top Gas BBQ Grill | Costco Weekender
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Old 04-09-2015, 01:21 AM   #163
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There is another consideration. Can you get parts?
I've never heard of this BBQ brand. I recently had my full size Weber bbq burners replaced under a 10 year warranty for free, shipped to my door.
Bought it from my brother-in-law who sells bbqs, hot tubs, furnaces and the like.
He constantly has people coming into his shop looking for parts for bbqs that they bought at some big-box store. The store that sold them the bbq doesn't have the parts, and neither does he. They don't exist.
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Poor Costco. Still don't know the difference between a BBQ and a grill.
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Poor Costco. Still don't know the difference between a BBQ and a grill.
well I've worked in the gas business for 35 years and I think I can tell an appliance that is well constructed, and this one is.
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Poor Costco. Still don't know the difference between a BBQ and a grill.
Keep up the fight!
I'm still offended by Webster and others that have given up and accepted that "careen" means to swerve wildly when it actually means to lean ( ask a sailor ). The proper word is "career".
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Has anyone ever seen on TV what Costco puts their vendors through? They may not have an extensive selection, however their buyers have a great track record for value. They also have one of the best return policies. For $99 how wrong can you go?
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burners

Just to follow up here is a picture of the side by side burners
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Has anyone ever seen on TV what Costco puts their vendors through? They may not have an extensive selection, however their buyers have a great track record for value. They also have one of the best return policies. For $99 how wrong can you go?
I agree at $99 this unit is a steal even if it only lasts 5 years which it definitely will.
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Has anyone ever seen on TV what Costco puts their vendors through? They may not have an extensive selection, however their buyers have a great track record for value. They also have one of the best return policies. For $99 how wrong can you go?
I think that show was about Walmart and how they drove Rubbermaid into bankruptcy protection.
No doubt, at $99 you can just toss it after a season or two, but service and parts is something to consider with anything you buy.
With Costco's return policy though, you really could take it back to them instead of sending it to the landfill.
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