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Char-Broil has been the best selling barbecue brand in the US since 1948, and David Coton is pleased to announce that Gardensite will shortly be distributing their products.
Making cooking outdoors easy and affordable, Char-Broil barbecues feature innovative technology that delivers the succulence and flavour of charcoal cooked food.
This is achieved through TRU-Infrared Technology™ that, through a combination of burner construction and heat output, not only cooks faster and produces delicious food but uses a third less fuel.
As airflow is very restricted, flare-ups are eliminated and a very even heat is produced at temperatures ranging from slow roast to sear.
Cooking outside is therefore a great experience whatever the weather on any of the Char-Broil range:
The TITAN™ is manufactured exclusively for the European market. It's a rugged stainless steel barbecue with engineering designed for high volume cooking and specifications to be expected from a top quality product.
A THIN™ T-22GA boasts 'Thermal High Intensity', a very fine appearance and excellent performance with best in class features.
There's four Performance models including the ever popular T-22G with all the features of a full size grill but in a compact size. The T-36G and T-36G5 are three burner versions that are perfect for family barbecues, while a T-47G has the range's largest cooking area and four burners.
The qualities that a Char-Broil barbecue offers can be seen here, and their range fits perfectly with those already on Gardensite, enhancing our reputation of offering customers the largest choice at the most attractive prices.
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