I assembled my Kingsford 30 inch barrel grill and had exceptional time enjoying the well executed product and instructions quite beyond my expectations. Walmart has a reputation for being price worthy, where value and cheap are mistakenly treated as synonymous. This grill is a true example of value, exceptional because it's also only about $100 and arrived with only $1.97 charged for shipping, far less than the gas needed to drive across town to the store. I knew the product was well thought out when I saw how well the screws and small stuff were packaged: labelled individually and surrounded in a hefty plastic pack. I've assembled Char-Broil, Brinkmann, and Masterbuilt units where bits were strewn througout the packaging and had to pray that all the proprietary bits were there: not so in in this instance. The quality control in this instance is also exeptional: I didn't have to fight ill fitting pieces of sheet metal. But the little touches add to a well thought out product like the spring in the chimney, the extra shelf that doesn't usually appear in this price range, the hefty charcoal grate with its own ash basin--and adjustable as well, the very sizeable bolts that hold the lid in place, twice that of its competition, really thoughtful heat insulating washers at the hood handle, and most notably, it's size, a good third larger than anything in its price category and it shows when you first heft the box. You know you've gotten something of exceptional value. I've seasoned it by letting my impatience get the better of me, smoking and then finishing a prime rib roast. It delivers.
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