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Expert Grill Premium Portable Charcoal Grill (Black / Stainless Steel)

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Walmart has Expert Grill Premium Portable Charcoal Grill (Black / Stainless Steel, XG1136178263001 / CBT2042W) on sale for $49.98. Shipping is free.

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Product Features:
  • 192 sq. inch porcelain coated cast iron primary cooking surface.
  • 70-sq. inch porcelain coated steel warming rack.
  • Black-baked enamel lid and fire bowl with stainless steel handles and accents.
  • Removable ash tray for easy clean-up.
  • Assembly required (approx. 45 minutes or less)
  • Dimensions: 17.5'' H x 17'' W x 24.5'' L
  • Weight: 18.5 lbs.
  • 1-year parts warranty

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    • This deal is $24.02 off (32.46% savings) the listed retail price of $74.
  • Ratings & Reviews:
    • Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars based on 214 Walmart customer reviews,
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    • Walmart Holiday Return Policy: This item's return window has been extended for the holidays and is eligible for return until Jan 31, 2023.
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as a common sense, I would not recommend anyone to do charcoal grill indoor. If you live in a rental and do this indoor, you may violate your rental agreement and get kicked out of the place sooner than you think

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It's a bit small
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Reviews say 12" x 16" main cooking grill. 5" x 15" warming grate. Not bad, perhaps even plenty, for a portable/condo-balcony grill.
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I have this and it works great for two people. I can easily fit 2 steaks and potato boats. The best part is that you can store it just about anywhere and it doesn't take up alot of room. Also easy to clean up.
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Quote from SlickDealingInNYC :
Can I this be used indoors right next to a window by any chance?
as a common sense, I would not recommend anyone to do charcoal grill indoor. If you live in a rental and do this indoor, you may violate your rental agreement and get kicked out of the place sooner than you think
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Quote from SlickDealingInNYC :
Can I this be used indoors right next to a window by any chance?
Even without rules, it's unsafe for a reason. Anything with flame almost always recommended NOT under any ceiling, roof, etc. Easy for an out of control flame to catch fire.

Why apts almost always prohibit on patio/balcony.

Plus the obvious CO
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Looks like a fancy hibachi.
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as a common sense, I would not recommend anyone to do charcoal grill indoor. If you live in a rental and do this indoor, you may violate your rental agreement and get kicked out of the place sooner than you think
You just need adequate ventilation.

For good measure, ensure you have a carbon monoxide and smoke detector nearby.
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Walmart in-store clearance (so YMMV, of course) also had Expert Grill portable propane grill for $11.00.
Regular price is only $34.xx, I believe.
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You just need adequate ventilation.

For good measure, ensure you have a carbon monoxide and smoke detector nearby.
Dude charcoal grills emit embers of hot coal below the grill & above the grill in the air when top is opened. It's insane for anyone suggesting this can be used indoors with ventilation. No charcoal grill should ever be used indoors.
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Dude charcoal grills emit embers of hot coal below the grill & above the grill in the air when top is opened. It's insane for anyone suggesting this can be used indoors with ventilation. No charcoal grill should ever be used indoors.
I wonder how the Japanese and Koreans do their indoor barbecues. They must all be grilling outdoors.
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I wonder how the Japanese and Koreans do their indoor barbecues. They must all be grilling outdoors.
they use propane or natural gas
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they use propane or natural gas
They use charcoal too
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