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Old 04-19-2010, 12:24 PM   #1
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GrillGuard WindScreen For My Barbecue ??

Hi.....Has anyone used a windscreen for their barbecue made by GrillGuard.com....Is it a worthwhile product....I've seen it on their website, but would like some first hand info before purchasing......Thanks

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Old 04-20-2010, 07:51 PM   #2
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Yes! I won one at the irv2.com national rally in 2009. My table-top gas grill just barely fits into the enclosure, but it fits. I have used it many times, both when the wind was blowing and in still air. In wind it really helps keep the grill hot while using less LPG, in still air I have to use a very low setting on the gas regulator to keep from burning meat on the outside before the middle turns from red to pink.
I also have a metal grill stand. I can use the grill guard in still air but wind will knock my grill stand over.
Over-all I am happy with the grill guard.

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Kind of pricey for a couple pieces of hinged metal! You certainly don't need it when it's not windy and when it is windy you can cook inside. JMHO. YMMV.
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