Captain Cook 5-burner freestanding gas grill

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$699.00

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The popular Captain Cook line is back and better than ever. The five-burner model offers tremendous value, amazing features and beautiful styling. This model offers high-efficiency Italian burners, which put out a high-intensity flame while using less gas. A dedicated side burner is also standard on the Captain Cook, giving you additional cooking space at your fingertips. Stainless steel construction means a sleek, modern look with long-lasting durability.

The popular Captain Cook line is back and better than ever. The five-burner model offers tremendous value, amazing features and beautiful styling. This model offers high-efficiency Italian burners, which put out a high-intensity flame while using less gas. A dedicated side burner is also standard on the Captain Cook, giving you additional cooking space at your fingertips. Stainless steel construction means a sleek, modern look with long-lasting durability. The five-burner Captain Cook offers 742 square inches of cooking space and 60,000 BTUs.
Manufacturer Grand Hall
Item type Grill
Color Stainless steel
Additional burners Side
Additional Features Enclosed storage, Heavy duty locking swivel casters, Integrated temperature gauge, Side shelf
Total BTU's 60,000
Main burners: BTU 50,000
Side burner: BTU 10,000
Construction 430
Cooking area 742 sq in.
Cooking grid Cast iron
Main burners 5
Product dimensions 64” (W) x 23” (D) x 49.5” (H)
Rotisserie kit Optional
Model Captain Cook

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    Review by jw / (Posted on 8/31/2016)
    I echo the thoughts of the reviewer above. I have owned this barbeque for 2 years and it is not worth the money or the hassle that comes with it.
    The drip tray, burners, and gas regulator are useless. The worst item is the burners. The burner outlets are constantly getting clogged. Taking them out to clean them take 1-2 days and is rarely successful. The drip tray is useless such that grease drips down the inside of the barbeque frame and pools and drips on the concrete. I have replaced the gas regulator twice in 2 years. The continual cleaning necessary to offset this grease drip is a huge hassle.
    I had a smaller bbq that gave excellent service (7 years) and thought this was an upgrade. I was mistaken.
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    Not the same Capt Cook
    Review by gsimapilot / (Posted on 8/15/2016)
    I bought an original Capt Cook in 1993. Moved it to the mainland when I moved. Back then the burners were brass and had a lifetime warranty but even then they did not last more than few years if you used the grill often. Overall the grill was great but once it needed parts it was terrible. Cost way to much to replace. The one here has different burners and sounds like they don't last either.