Aldi Grill Reviews? Range Master 4 Burner Gas Grill $139.99

We are about due for a new grill and I saw they have this one for sale for $139.99. I waited last season to see if there would be one left at my Aldi's on markdown and they all got snatched up quickly. A similar-style gas grill is being advertised at Walmart for $153. I know we usually are the ones giving reviews, but I need opinions Aldi-friends! Did you buy this grill when it was offered last Fall or Spring and what did you think of it? How is it holding up? Please leave legitimate opinions in the comments.


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  1. My wife is picking one up today I will let you know what I think of the quality when I assemble it .

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    1. I bought one and love it!

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    2. Update, I have used it a lot and love it, very good quality .
      holds up to the heavy work load i put it through. Way better quality then the Char Broil brands i have had in the past, the one this is comparable to is $400.

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    3. Update. After less then 2 years and lots off use , From Grilling to smoking four hours. The Frame is still on good condition , It keeps our side in harsh Wisconsin weather with a cover on it.
      The inside ( grates ,burners, heat shields) is however is rusting and falling apart similar to most gas grills i have had in the past . Still i have been happy with it, i will be looking into replacing the inner parts , it that is cost effective .

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  2. I saw it today and might go back and get it tomorrow. As far as I can tell it's this grill with a different brand name. http://m.homedepot.com/p/Dyna-Glo-4-Burner-Open-Cart-Propane-Gas-Grill-in-Stainless-Steel-with-Side-Burner-DGB495SDP-D/301579500

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  3. I bought this today and assembled. It's a decent low end grill at a good price. The metalwork is a little flimsy but when build it feels solid. Double wall stainless fire box lid. Manufactured by bhg for aldi. Identical to home depot model above if you want to showroom it. I fired it up and it hit 550 in about 7 minutes. It's in line with other aldi durable goods.

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    1. would you recommended it or spending the extra on char-broil?

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  4. correction to post above: manufacturer http://www.ghpgroupinc.com/product-catalog/grills.html

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  5. lasted us 5 years..for tht price i was happy

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  6. I bought one today, its replacing the 6 year old rangemaster i got from aldi, which the old one still works great. Im sure i wont be disappointed

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  7. Just bought one today found it at aldi on sale for $99 does anyone know where i can find a grill cover for it cant find a site for this brand or would another brand cover fit it right thanks

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    1. I bought a 4 burner at aldi. Grill covers were next to the grills

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  8. If you want to get electric grill you should get Best Electric Grill 2017

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  9. We got this grill at Aldi's and it's just been fabulous. It heats up fast and is very responsible on changing the temperature. The gas tank swaps out easily. The only compaint is that you can't set the side burner to a low temp, like simmer on your kitchen stove.

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  11. The LP regulator was bad on mine so I called the company. They said they would send me a new one. They sent me a burner grate. I called them back and now they are saying that I have the wrong size tank and that my regulator is not bad. DO not buy this grill. The company is not going to stand behind it because they know nothing about LP or how it works. My grill won't get over 200 degrees.


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    1. Make sure that your grill burners are all turned off before you turn on the regulator. If you don't do this in a proper order, then there is a mandatory safety feature that only let's a little gas through.
      I learned this the hard way. Was frustrated.

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    2. Make sure that your grill burners are all turned off before you turn on the regulator. If you don't do this in a proper order, then there is a mandatory safety feature that only let's a little gas through.
      I learned this the hard way. Was frustrated.

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  12. Do you know the model number on this?

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  14. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Every home needs a grill. They get you out of the house and most importantly, they help you make delicious food. best gas grill under 300

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  15. I've had mine for about 4 years now, and I use it at least once a month. I love to grill stuff. I also cook on the burner foods that leave a lot of smell like fried fish and shrimp. The burner igniter did not work well at first. It was sparking below the gas ports. I used a pliers and bent it up a 16th of an inch and it worked good since then. The iron grills last a long time, but I need to replace at least 2 of the 3 now although I still use them. The burner covers last longer than those of the other brands but I've had to replace them at least twice already (I cut metal sheets from Home Depot myself as genuine parts cost too much). The burners have lasted even until now. I just brush them sometimes. I bought mine for $129 + tax at Aldis also. I've been very satisfied with this product. Assembled it myself and it is very stable.



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  16. I just purchased and assembled the grill yesterday—correction, my 13 year old son assembled it, with my input limited to making sure screws were tight. I paid $104 for it at my Aldi in Asheville, NC. For the price, it is reasonably built and I would expect it to last 3-4 years. The new model that Aldi is selling does not have the side burner. But really, how many of us actually use that anyway? I do like the fact that the drip pan on the bottom is removable for cleaning. This was the first part of my old grill that rusted and fell apart. Being able to remove it, cover it with foil, and then just change the foil when it is a mess should add to the lifespan of the grill. All in all, I’m happy with the quality and it heats and cooks well.

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  17. I purchased the 2 burner grill yesterday and love it so far! I am wondering if anyone else has this model and what size cover you use for it? And where you purchased the cover since Aldi does not carry grill covers from what I have found. TIA!

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  18. I love this grill. Had it for three years now. I need replacement parts, does anyone know the model number?

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