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Member's Mark 48' Grill

Posted by madegg (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 11, 08 at 6:16

My old Charm Glow is on it's last legs. I was at Sam's and saw this grill. 1168 sq in of grill space, searing station, 2 cu ft oven, 99000 BTUs 4 burners for $900. I see that some people here have Member Mark grills. Does anyone have one of these? Do you like it. Is it weather resistant ( I live in Illinois). Any info would be helpful.


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RE: Member's Mark 48' Grill

I recommend it, I've had one since 2001 and it is holding strong. Mine was made by Grand Hall, sold by Sam's Club under the Members Mark name. I use it almost daily, and have never covered it. I've had to replace some interior parts that weren't very expensive and the grill base has some rust around the wheels from sitting in snow too long. I'll probably get another 2 years out of it before I decide to upgrade simply for asthetic reasons. If I had covered it regularly, perhaps it would go another 10 years or more.

Here is a link that might be useful: Replacement parts link


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RE: Member's Mark 48' Grill

I just purchased this grill because Sam's dropped the price to under $700 for their end of the season. You had better have PLENTY of STRONG people to help you get it to where you want it. It weighs over 400 lbs in the crate. VERY well packed. It doesn't require hardly any assembly though. My original Members Mark has given me years of service since I purchased it 5 years ago. I fired the new one up and the temp climbed to 600 really fast. I haven't tried the oven or the sear burner yet. It looks really cool with the blue panel lights on at night. Anyway, I hope this gives me the service my other on did.... BTW I sold my old one to the guy who helped unload it for $150. Makes for a great deal now.


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