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Brinkmann 810-8502-SC Grill Review

The Brinkmann struggles to deliver even heat.

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Introduction

The Brinkmann 810-8502-SC is on the pricier side at $400 MSRP, but did quite well in our heat-up time tests and was equally solid in both low fire and high fire performance. It's not short on features, either. Each of the five metal burner knobs are illuminated by individual lights to make night grilling much easier. There's an additional infrared burner on the left side, which lets you cook food hotter and quicker, and a side burner for pots on the right.

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