The Bottom Line
- Lightweight, low quality burner
- Cheap construction with a poorly designed cart
- Low BTU output from the side burner
- Large amount of plastic
- One dual control low weight stainless steel burner, 17,500 btu's per side
- 375 square inches of primary grilling space for a total cooking area of 545 square inches
- 35,000 BTU total output from the main burners
- 10,000 BTU side burner under a flush mounted cover
- Single push-button piezoelectric igniter
- Porcelain coated steel wire cooking grates
- Powder coated steel body and frame
- Cover and propane tank sold separately
- Made by Char-Broil in China exclusively for Lowes Home Improvement
Guide Review - Char-Broil 375T Quickset Gas Grill Model #463741510
This is a basic, lightweight grill that is not built to last or to be a great grill. In all honest there isn't much that you can say about this grill. If you don't have a lot of money (buy this one on sale for around $100USD) and want a grill you can cook up some burgers and hot dogs on then you might want to pick this one up. This grill does come with a side burner which can be handy but the side table won't take a lot of weight and the BTU output is low so it is really only good for heating up a small pan. Odds are you will be dragging it out to the curb within 2 years so I wouldn't get attached to it.
From a design stand point this is something of a throw back to grills of the past. The single, dual control burner has lost its popularity. The burner on this grill will probably be the first thing to go and with a replacement price of around $26USD you will probably avoid repair and simply replace the grill in a year or two. This grill gives you a "2"-burner grill that doesn't have a lot of versatility and won't last more than a couple of years, but you can always turn around and buy a new one in two years. Just try and recycle this one.
While this grill is exclusive to Lowes Home Improvement Stores, similar versions can be found in many large retail stores.