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Deluxe Gas & Charcoal Combo Grill

Model #463724514

Deluxe Gas & Charcoal Combo Grill

Model #463724514
$449.99

The Deluxe Gas & Charcoal Combo grill is great for those who love the experience and flavor of grilling with charcoal but also love the ease of grilling with gas. The deluxe combo grill offers great storage and workspace with the handy side shelf and two door rolling cart. No matter how you want to grill the Combo has you covered!


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  • Crank Adjustable Fire Grate

    Move your charcoal pan as close to the cooking grate as you want it with the adjustable crank lever.

  • Swing-A-Way Warming Rack

    This warming rack swings back when you open the grill lid, so you can easily reach the food on your cooking grates.

  • Sideburner

    Warm up sauces and side dishes to complement what you grill, or flip the lid down and use the surface as additional workspace.

  • Wheels

    Easily move your grill around your backyard or patio.

  • Damper

    Control the grill temperature by opening and closing the dampers. To burn hotter keep the damper open, to lower the temperature, partially close it.

  • Side Shelf

    A handy place for your grilling tools and cooking accessories that doubles as extra workspace while you're cooking.

  • Lid-Mounted Temperature Gauge

    Keep track of pre-heat status and monitor the inside temperature of your grill. (Temperature gauge display may vary per model.)

Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Char-Broil
  • Body Style: Black Painted Steel Double Doors

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Deluxe Gas & Charcoal Combo Grill is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Only 1 1/2 summers I loved this grill. It only lasted a year and a half. The bottom is all rusted out on both sides
Date published: 2015-07-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't Hold Up! The charcoal combo grill is a great idea, but the gas tents wear out in no time and the charcoal ash pan rust though really fast. I will not recommend buying the combo, if you want gas by gas or charcoal buy charcoal. It is not good together at all. My doors fell off and the rollers wore out fast and the whole bottom came apart. I have it on the patio with a Char-grill cover over it, so don't tell me I don't take care of it.
Date published: 2016-01-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Internal parts fo not last I bought this grill a year and a half ago and it was cooking well. The heat shield rotted out on the bottom that protects the propane tank. All four grates are disintegrating as are the caps above the burners on the propane side. I have alternated using both the gas and charcoal side so it would seem like it should last longer. By the time I replace all these parts, it would be half the cost of a new grill. The exterior still looks new. This is the second grill that I had to replace parts on in just over a year and a half.
Date published: 2016-04-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good while it lasted My sons bought me this as a late father's day gift (with help from their grandfather). I got it in July 2013. I've given it two stars, because it it was good while it lasted. I live in the Midwest and we have harsh winters. This grill was moved into the garage during the winter and was covered for just about every occasion it wasn't in use. However, during the first winter i moved it, the bottom shelf bent and has made rolling this beast around extremely difficult , as it changed the way 2 of the wheels were positioned in relation to the deck. Overall, the top half felt sturdily built, but the legs, the charcoal tray, the ash tray and the grease tray were just flimsy. By the end of the second summer the charcoal side was almost useless. The features were great - being able to adjust the height of the charcoal pan up and down - but it was cheap. The heat warped the entire pan and I couldn't bend it back. The coating inside the lids began to peel and crack as well. At the end of the 2013 grilling season I cleaned it thoroughly and I put my grill away. The 2014 grill season was mostly ok. I dealt with the bent tray and the bent bottom. But the cracked and peeling coating inside was getting worse. The burners on one side began to rust. I cleaned the inside and found more rust. Last grilling season - 2015 - was the last. By the end of 2015, both sides had begun to get cancerous rust. The bottom part of the gas side was crumbling and is trashed. The charcoal side was good for one last grill - and then I bought a portable charcoal grill to supplement. The grill was immovable without picking it up and there is no easy way to do that. The side "wings" are not load bearing. Why am I writing this review now? Because I need a new grill and I was frustrated that this grill cost as much as it did and lasted a whopping 2.5 grilling seasons. I knew I would need a new one - but was hoping I could get through one more year. I've been shopping around, reading reviews and for the same money I can get a grill that consistently lasts upwards of 10 years!! Not just online reports, and reviews but from grillers i know. I wanted to love this grill - it's a gift from my boys. But in the end, I have to say - STAY AWAY. I love the memories we made, but it's time to replace it and it won't be another Char-broil. The cost per year of ownership was terrible.
Date published: 2016-05-27
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What's the difference between the your model #'s 463724511 and 463724514? In the photos that I was able to find online one looks more sturdy then the other. Please let me know. Thanks

Asked by: Palm
Both grills have a 780 sq. in. primary cooking surface and also utilize porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates. The main difference is model # 463724511 is a 2011 grill and the main burners are rated for 36,000 BTUs and model # 463724514 is a 2014 grill and is rated for 30,000 BTUs.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-07-19

Is this grill natural gas convertible?

Asked by: RLSinclair
I disagree with the other statement. You can convert it. I have a friend who works for the Gas Co. and he was able to convert it by swapping out the connection to the tank. If you are able to get someone who works for the Gas Co, they should be able to convert it, just takes a few parts and 15 minutes.
Answered by: David44
Date published: 2016-07-10

Do you have an all stainless model of the gas/charcoal combo?

Asked by: Razorback6100
No. This Combo Grill is not available in stainless steel.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-05-02

Where do I buy this deluxe model???

Asked by: Bspornitz
This Deluxe Gas & Charcoal Combo Grill is available directly from us. It can be purchased on our site or by giving us a call at 1-800-241-7548.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-04-12
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