Savor Pro Propane Grill. Test-and-Review. -Kasket-

This is a Test-and-Review of the Savor Pro Propane Grill from Menard’s.
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David Kiziler says:

Hi friend! After 5 months are you still happy with the grill??? it is on sale and you are the only one who review this grill so far. Thank you for your help.

J Gordon says:

This is a piece of junk bottom trail fell apart didn’t last 7 months

Tony Schmitz says:

for replacement parts call Gas Appliance Experts (GAE Global Inc) 888-509-1721

Keith Morkal says:

My grill rusted out in a year. This grill is apiece of junk. The steel is crap. Don’t waste your money.

Dan DePlanty says:

hi, just assembled mine, bought it Tuesday after watching this review, shelf burner lit and the right burner lit, but not the middle or left butner… bummed.. any suggestions? the ignitors are sparking but not lighting.

Tony Schmitz says:

Haha at first I thought you had beer cans in the front rack

Tony Schmitz says:

These grilles are very prone to rusting. I bought one new back in 2012 and have since replaced the drip tray twice the flare guards and burners once. I need to replace the grates but holding out. I sit mine out side all year covered but it doesn’t seem to matter. You need to be very diligent about cleaning after every use or the parts corrode from the drippings. Also since it has an open bottom it doesn’t work for smoking or for cooking if it gets much below 20 degrees. The plus side is that the replacement parts are free. GAE Global is who you call. The feet are also starting to rust throug on mine. It’s an ok grille for the price. If you grille a lot your much better off investing in a Weber.

Tony Schmitz says:

Mine also has a cold zone in the front third of the grates. The back gets very hot. Also if you cook something with lots of trimmings better do indirect cooking cause it flares up really bad. Same thing with beer can chicken. The first time I’d did it i looked out the window and saw the thermometer maxed out. Went to open it and flames bellowed out and the chicken was burnt to a crisp. The next time I put a catch try under it and cooked indirect. Worked much better. Like you said for 179 it serves it’s purpose but don’t expect it to last a long time.

Laura Mclean says:

Very helpful, thank you.

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