Brinkmann Dual Function II Propane Gas and Charcoal Grill-810-3802-SB - The Home Depot


Model # 810-3802-SB

Internet # 203201169

Store SKU # 390216

Dual Function II Propane Gas and Charcoal Grill

Brinkmann Dual Function II Propane Gas and Charcoal Grill

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$169.00 / each


Model # 810-3802-SB

Internet # 203201169

Store SKU # 390216

Grill or smoke your barbeque favorites with this Brinkmann Dual Function II Propane Gas and Charcoal Grill. This grill features a generous 595 sq. in. of cooking surface and two separate gas or charcoal cooking areas to accommodate a variety of food and cooking preferences. The grill's gas chamber is powered by three burners totaling 24,000 BTUs for quick cooking. The grill's charcoal chamber features an adjustable charcoal tray and adjustable smokestack. Durable, versatile, and convenient, the Brinkmann Dual Function II Propane Gas and Charcoal is a must have for any grilling experience.

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  • 595 sq. in. of cooking area
  • Porcelain-coated steel cooking grates
  • Three stainless steel burners totaling 24,000 BTUs
  • Front and side tables for food preparation
  • Separate chambers for charcoal and gas grilling
  • Convenient bottle opener
  • Adjustable charcoal tray
  • Tool hooks for keeping grilling accessories within reach
  • Assembly required
  • Protect your investment with a grill cover (sold separately)
  • Don't forget the propane -- available at our in-store propane exchange centers
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Assembled Depth (in.)  27.0 in  Assembled Height (in.)  46.0 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  64.0 in  Cooking space (sq. in.)  595 
BTUs  24000  Color Family  Black 
Grill Assembly  Full Assembly Required  Grill Color Family  Black 
Grill Features  Catch Pan,Heat Thermometer,Removable Ash Catcher,Wheels  Grill Grate Material  Porcelain-Coated Steel 
Grill Material  Painted Steel  Grill/Smoker Fuel Type  Dual Fuel 
Ignition Type  Piezo  Light  No 
Number of Burners  Outdoor Living Product Type  Combination Grill 
Product Weight (lb.)  77.9 lb  Returnable  90-Day 
Tank included  No 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings  No Certifications or Listings  Manufacturer Warranty  1-Year Limited Warranty 


Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 76 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great idea. Its a great idea. I love that I can do both types of cooking. The downside is the gas area. This started to show light rust about 6 months after I bought it. About a year after I purchased it I need to replace everything in the interior. I am not sure if its worth replacing all of the interior elements because there is so much rust in the barrel. Parts have totally disintegrated. August 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent example of the best of both worlds! I must admit that assembly wasn't the most convenient experience but it all came together easily enough relative to other projects of similar size and instruction detail. The really wonderful part has been in the use of both the coal and gas for a solid party performance! I grill on the coal and then slide it over to the gas to stay warm and/or use the gas to prepare things wrapped up in foil so they don't occupy coal space. Having both options is wonderful and paired with the coal chimney I bought at the same time the prep time to have a good bed of coals is minimal. Overall I am very, very pleased with the grill for the price and performance. Bring on summer! May 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Of Both Worlds!!! This Grill Hits the mark on pricepoint vs. versatility. Assembly was a tad confusing and required a helper but once it was put together look out Meats and Veggies it's on. I used it the first night it was put together after the 20 min. "seasoning of the grill. Made Steak and Chicken with roasted veggies. Meats on teh charcoal smoking side and veggies were roasted on the Gas side (perfect because i could controll temp beter). Grillers don't be shy if your looking for the bang for buck ...this grill wont disappoint. Only thing i wish it had was metal pans below to catch stray drippings and ash and such ( it has one but could tray for botton of stand also). April 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love having the choice of gas or charcoal. My husband likes charcoal and I like gas. It is so easy for me to just turn it on and cook without having to heat the house. Love it. April 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great grill if you know what you're getting I got this grill for father’s day and couldn't be happier after several months of use. The assembly took some time but the directions are clear. Just don't over tighten the bolts and be sure to follow the curing steps after assembly. I haven’t had any issues with rust like many others have reported. I think the rust issue has more to do with grills in general. The metal will rust almost immediately if it gets wet. That’s most non stainless steel grill. The carbon created from using coal or propane reacts with water and creates an acid affect that dissolves metal. The secret is the cover. If you don't get the right one or go too cheap IT WILL GET WET AND RUST!! You need a vented, thick material, 65 inch cover that goes all the way to the ground. Brinkmann makes one that fits this grill perfectly (obviously) for about $30. If it’s too thin the chimney will puncture it and water will get in, if it’s not vented any condensation or moisture will get trapped under the cover and rust the grill. I went through 3 covers before I figured this out. If you accidentally leave it open to the rain, don't panic. Simply heat it up using the propane side to allow the water to evaporate. Then while it’s still very warm wipe it off with a damp rag and the rust stains will come right off. If the rust gets too thick, sand it down to the metal and recoat it with some high heat spray paint. If you don’t deal with rust quickly the heat will help it spread and kill the grill but that’s the same for most grills. This grill does take some extra care to keep it in tip top shape but 5-10 minutes of cleaning after using it is worth the convenience of having a dual fuel grill. I just clean one side while I'm using the other side since I rarely use both at once. It keeps it from getting too dirty and I'm already out there grilling anyway. If you keep it clean and dry you will love this grill. If you don't then you will hate it and it will be a waste of money. If you're looking for something that requires less maintenance then stick with a stainless steel grill that won't rust or a barrel grill with thicker metal walls (this one has pretty thin walls for a barrel grill), that way it will take much longer (years) to rust through. That being said, this grill is pretty good. Watch the propane side while cooking. The barrel shape doesn’t leave much space between the racks and the burners so drippings don’t have far to go to create a flare up. Low heat or even turning off one or two of the burners will give you better control of the temperature and flare ups. If you use it on high, like when you are cooking steaks, stay close to watch for flare-ups. The charcoal side is great for smoking and BBQing. It holds the temperature well as long as you utilize the vent and the chimney openings and it heats up the propane side enough (125-150 degrees) to keep food warm while you're still cooking on the charcoal side. If you're skeptical about this grill, I hope my review helps answer any questions you may have. Good luck and happy grilling. November 4, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY A BRINKMAN! I purchased a brinkman similar to this in October 2011. I assembled it myself and it was not difficult. I bought a cover to help protect it. Within a month I noticed rust forming in many areas. Less than two years later, in July 2013 the entire bottom under the gas burner side collapsed after rusting out. I wrote Brinkman an email and all they could say was there was a one year warranty and "sorry". I went to Home Depot to shop for a new grill and noticed a lot of Brinkmans on the sidewalk. Do yourself a favor and look closely at those grills. They are all starting to rust and they have only been outside a few weeks. Buying a Brinkman is a waste of money. August 23, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good value-poor execution. The gas side of this is poorly designed. You can't control the temperature very well at all. It gets way too hot. You have to watch it very closely or it burns everything. Very uneven heat distribution. Charcoal side work pretty good. Could be better though. Rack where you put charcoal would be better if it was a tray instead of just a flat rack. Value is ok. Lots of features for the money. December 23, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product for the Money I spend Grills took a little more than 30 minutes to put together, some parts are not too strong, but over all a good product for the money I spend, used the gas part and did some New York cut steaks, the 3 burners put a lot of heat, had to only turn one on, other wise my steaks would have been burned. I used the charcoal side to do some BBQ Ribs and they came out just great. Over all, I like my new Grill, I have already recommend it to my family and friends. October 28, 2014
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