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Char-Broil

Model 463650414

Internet #203481040

Store SKU #753883

2-Burner Propane Gas Grill

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The Classic 2-Burner Convection Gas Grill features 420 total sq. in. of cooking surface and 30,000 BTU's. Porcelain cast-iron grates, folded side shelves on the grill offer extra food preparation space. The grill's electronic ignition system offers a reliable spark every time and four casters (2 locking) offer easy mobility.

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  • 30,000 BTU's
  • Durable stainless steel lid
  • Electronic ignition system offers a reliable spark every time
  • Four casters (2 locking) offer easy mobility in any direction
  • Porcelain coated firebox, designed to withstand the elements
  • Folded side shelves
  • 420 total sq. in. cooking surface
  • Large, painted door hides the tank and allows for additional storage
  • Control panel
  • 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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is the tank included?

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May 21, 2013
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no.
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No. LP tank must be purchased separately.
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July 28, 2013
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No
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July 9, 2013
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No, you must buy the tank. or get a tank at a yard sale, than take it to Home Depot for a full one.
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July 2, 2013
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No
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no, the tank is not included.
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No, it was not.
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Hoboken, NJ
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May 30, 2013
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No, the tank is not included. You will need to purchase the tank separately. The connector is included though. All you'll need to do is screw the connector onto the tank, and you should be good to grill.
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Houston, TX, USA
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May 28, 2013
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The tank is not included in the store's advertised price.
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May 22, 2013
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No.
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May 22, 2013
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The propane tank is not included with this Char-Broil Classic 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill. Please contact the retailer for information on propane tanks.
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I am reading poor reviews of other low end CharBroiled grills....will this grill take 20 minutes to sear a steak?

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April 6, 2013
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York, PA
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August 20, 2014
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We live on top of a hill where the wind blows constantly. Wind will affect cooking time. Yet I have NEVER had a steak take 20 minutes - including pre-heat, although the windier, the longer it will take. Also grilling in the winter can affect grilling time.
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Bradenton, FL, USA
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May 20, 2014
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I find this grill as quick as ANY I've used. No delays here!
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Irvine, CA, USA
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May 3, 2014
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20 minutes to grill a steak? I guess if you want to well-done or beef jerky style.
I'm really enjoying my grill for a tri-tip steak 1 pound six to eight minutes per a side.
What is really nice about this girl is at the thermometer indicator that is on the grill cover will let you know when you're preheating, barbecuing, higher need for grilling. This is a nice feature.
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20 minutes to grill a steak? I guess if you want to well-done or beef jerky style.
I'm really enjoying my grill for a tri-tip steak 1 pound six to eight minutes per a side.
What is really nice about this girl is at the thermometer indicator that is on the grill cover will let you know when you're preheating, barbecuing, higher need for grilling. This is a nice feature.
If you're looking for a nice medium state... I would cook it for four minutes on each side then turn the grill off keep the lid shut and let it set while you preparing the side dishes. Read Less
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Bristol, Tn
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July 28, 2013
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If you turn it all the way down maybe. But I didn't have any problems. Actually got the meat done before anything else.
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California, USA
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July 9, 2013
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A nice size steak 5 to 7 mins each side, pink in the middle, on low. Preheat high 10 min put steak on and then turn on low.
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Hoboken, NJ
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May 30, 2013
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No, it won't take 20 minutes. I cooked a 1.5lb london broil (1.25 inches thick - medium rare) in 12 minutes.
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Houston, TX, USA
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May 28, 2013
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So far, I have not found any major extension in steak or hamburger cooking times on my two-burner CharBroil than I did with my previous four-burner grill in another brand. This grill was selected to solve a patio space problem because of its small size. It has performed well in that capacity so far.
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May 22, 2013
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When preheated to just under 500F (it won't get any hotter) it will take three minutes to sear a one and a half inch steak from room temperature. Thing is, that if you sear both sides for three minutes, your steak will be well done. I did a two inch steak for two minutes each side and got a medium rare but the sear didn't have a crust. Still tasty and juicy, just no crust. Next time I'll try with steaks Read More
When preheated to just under 500F (it won't get any hotter) it will take three minutes to sear a one and a half inch steak from room temperature. Thing is, that if you sear both sides for three minutes, your steak will be well done. I did a two inch steak for two minutes each side and got a medium rare but the sear didn't have a crust. Still tasty and juicy, just no crust. Next time I'll try with steaks straight from the fridge. Read Less
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May 4, 2013
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I cooked steaks the first night and it cooked them perfectly. I'd say less than 20min depending on how well done you like your steak. For me, 8-9min per side and it was medium. Hope that helps.
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April 8, 2013
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Bird - This grill shouldn't take long at all to sear a steak. This is a classic convection style grill that can provide a solid performance in a small area. Please follow this link for more information... http://www.charbroil.com/char-broil-classic-c-22g1-model-463650413.html
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April 6, 2013
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I read the same reviews and was worried about that and the reviews that cleaning would be hard. Here is a photo I took of my first steak on the grill last night. Nice sear and well cooked. 3 minutes or so on each side yielded a perfect med-rare. So far I'm happy
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Is the tank area completely closed in?

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No. The back is open but if you keep the grill against a non-flammable wall, there is a door in front.
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Yes
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June 4, 2014
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Closed in on 3 sides, not in back.
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Bradenton, FL, USA
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The FRONT has a door, but the back is more open. The tank should be inserted and replaced from the back because the door is too small. Use the door to reach in and open or close the gas valve.
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Lansing, IL, USA
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May 13, 2014
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Yes, like a cabinet with the back open for breathing.
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Irvine, CA, USA
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May 3, 2014
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Yes the tank area is actually closed them. You do have a door that you can access the tank or you can place the tank from behind the grill.
Than that I'm really enjoying my.
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April 8, 2014
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the front and sides are but not the back
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March 29, 2014
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3 sides, the back is open. Front is acceptable with door
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Los Angeles, CA, USA
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March 25, 2014
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No, there is a door in the front and it's open in the back.
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The tank area for this Char-Broil 2-Burner Gas Grill is not completely enclosed. The back of the is open. Please follow this link for more information on this grill... http://www.charbroil.com/char-broil-classic-c-22g1-model-463650413.html
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what is material of cooking grates cast iron?? coating on cooking grates porcelain??

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March 13, 2013
Is front of propane bottle door painted or porcelain coated?
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I think the answer to both questions is YES
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Cooking grates are porcelain which helps keep you chicken beef or fish from sticking.
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Yes cast iron, coated.
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Cast iron & porcelain
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yes to both questions. they are porcelain coated cast iron grates. i did not know that until after i bought it and that might have influenced by purchasing decision, but i grilled with it last night and they work perfectly. i might later invest in some cast iron without the porc coating, but for now they work great and the price is what is most attractive to me.
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The cooking grates are porcelain-coated. It looks cheap, and I don't think it'll last 2-3 years. Hopefully, I'll be able to find a replacement part in the future once these grates rust.
I don't remember if the door is painted, or porcelain-coated. I believe its coated.
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The grates are porcelain coated cast iron. You can't scrub them down with a wire brush, but they come back like new when soaked in water and cleaned with some scouring powder and a little elbow grease.
The front door looks painted.
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Porcelain coated door?? No, painted sheet metal. Let me know if you find the door you're looking for.
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The grates are cast iron with a porcelain coating. They seem to be pretty heavy duty and should be durable.
The front door is made of a power coated metal just like everything except for the grill hood which is stainless steel.
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The cooking grates in this Char-Broil 2-Burner Grill are porcelain-coated cast iron. The door on the cart assembly is painted. Please follow this link for more information on the grill... http://www.charbroil.com/char-broil-classic-c-22g1-model-463650413.html
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 177 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Urban gas grill We have only had the opportunity to use this grill a few times. Living in a small apartment complex this grill is perfect for our patio! 30,000 BTU's is plenty of heat. Having the thermostat on top helps not to get too hot. And it does get hot quickly! It's been great on everything we have done. I did buy a cover, thicker one with Velcro strips at bottom. Very nice and heavy duty. Glad I did the research on our grill. May 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good grill for the money This is a decent, solid grill for the money. It's not the easiest thing to put together. It's versatile, fits in tight spaces, and easy to use. It can kick out a lot of heat for such a small grill. It can be a pain to clean if you really want to get down in the guts to do so, but I have yet to find a grill that isn't. It looks nice and stows away easily. March 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My new grill makes me smile. The store had it assembled, so I just had it loaded into my vehicle and drove it home. It heats up fast, the four wheels makes it so easy to move and its easy to turn the gas tank on and off from the front. Its just so cute! It's big enough to grill for company or just one or two. I love it. July 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best grill I have owned After quite a bit of deliberation, I finally decided to purchase this grill to replace my old, rusty one. I had room, but no longer wanted a big grill to lug around one of those big monsters that I really never made use of. This has got to be the best grill I've ever owned! Just enough size and fires up immediately, no hassles. And the flavor of the food is outstanding! I mean it's just a grill, right? There shouldn't be any difference, but there is. Never has steaks and chicken this good. Before grilling was a hassle and the food was smokey and dry. But this is great. My wife and I are trying to eat healthy and fry less. So far, I've been grilling almost every night. I have a small car, too, so I couldn't get one pre-assembled. But it was easy to do. The whole top is one piece and everything fit together nicely. I would highly recommend it! July 28, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don"t waist your money on these grills After 3 years the whole fire box rotted out and made this grill unusable . Called Char Broil for assistance and was told they can cover the burners only and i would have to buy all the other parts to repair this piece of junk . I just thought that people should know what to expect in the future. May 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice little grill I have a very small balcony on my condo and wanted a grill that would perform well and have a small footprint. This fit the bill perfectly. Assembly was incredibly easy. A single phillips head screwdriver is all you need. Took less than an hour and I was ready to gril. I turned it on and gets real hot real fast. there are two burners but they're connected by a bridge in the front so you're going to tend to get a little hotter up front than the back BUT I think this will be great to get a nice sear on meat. The cooking grills are heavy cast iron with a porcelain coating and seem to be well made. There's also a drip cup inside that's kind of a pain to reach but not too bad. I haven't had to try it out yet but so far it looks and works great. My one negative is a large propane canister doesn't fit through the front door, it needs to be placed in through the back opening, not ideal but the casters on this work amazing! So easy to roll. April 5, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by replaced our old one with this one. i chose this unit yesterday. i really wanted to go with the infrared model, but that price wasnt in the cards for the same size and what our needs are. there is just my wife and i and size does matter. this unit is small, perfect for our red brick patio. assembly took half an hour. some of the screws were hard to place, tight areas for big fingers and knuckles. wasnt too much of a hassle, but the unit base is a bit flimsy as is the door, so i knocked a star on quality for that reason. still a five-star value, though for the price. i grilled a couple of burgers last night and it was super easy. our old char broil was a few years old when we had it and had a burner out. we've used it for 5+ years and it has served us well for what it was. the ignition never worked on it, we had to adopt the drop-a-match-stick method, and the base basin was rusted out because we never covered it because it was free. it leaked whenever we cooked. we grilled this past weekend and decided it was time for a new one. all this to say, char broil worked for about ten years so we are going that route again. i couldnt fit it in my little aveo, so i took it out of the box and put the chassis in the trunk and the rest of the unit in the back seat. i took the parts out back when i got home and assembled it in half an hour or so with only a phillips screw driver. i cooked last night a couple of burgers and they were awesome. the ignition was effortless and the lid isnt too heavy for my wife. she loves it too. June 5, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good not great After checking out all of the best selling two-burner standard grills, I purchased this Classic C-22G1 for one main reason: Most of its competitors had solid cabinets that surrounded the propane tank on the front and both sides, meaning that you have to pull the grill away from a wall and turn it around to turn the tank valve on and off. This is a silly design that Char-broil's C-22G1 remedies with a front door, providing easy access to the valve. It does have all of the flimsy-material and other design flaws noted here, plus a few others no one has mentioned: 1. The grease cup is very hard to reach and remove without risking a grease spill all over the propane tank just below it. Could be remedied by a slope inside the box that send the grease to an easier-to-reach spot away from the tank. 2. The range of temperature control is fairly narrow and hard to control, both because the knob arc from high to low is only about a quarter turn, and also because there are four "rings" of additional burner holes that wrap around each burner tube that pump out huge yellow flames even under the lowest temp setting. Home Depot assembled my grill, so I didn't notice the extra holes until they created big flares of flame after turning it on. I shut it down immediately and removed a burner and inspected it to see the holes are designed-in and not cracks/flaws. Would be very helpful to mention or show the extra burner holes in the product manual and explain their purpose vs. just the side holes. 3. No cooking tool hooks on the grill - just a set of holes on the side platform through which most will be able to install small S-hooks that can hold any tool you need. 4. One other item - grill lid shows every drip, smudge mark and fingerprint, so it's not easy to keep clean - see photo. August 4, 2013
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