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4 Star Char-Broil Red

Uniflame: Bargain Priced, Hit And Miss Models, Some A Good Value


      It is  easy to find quality grills in higher price ranges, but to find a good grill around 100 dollars or even less can be quite a challenge. Outdoor grills in this category can be a real hit or miss, even from within the same brand, so it pays to do your research and read reviews. After all, not everyone wants to spend a small fortune on a gas grill. Luckily, there are several options for the budget minded shopper and the prices on Uniflame grills simply cannot be beaten.


      Uniflame grills are sold exclusively at Wal-Mart and are imported from China by Blue Rhino, the brand many people get their propane tanks from. Starting out in 1994 as a propane tank exchange service, Blue Rhino quickly became the number one source for propane tanks in the United States. Its founder, Billy Prim thought up the brand name after an African safari and hasn’t looked back since. Now Blue Rhino manufactures and distributes a wide range of gas fueled items relating to the outdoors including heaters, fireplaces, and Uniflame grills.


      Today Uniflame grills are designed and marketed as the lowest priced gas grills you can find, while still delivering style and performance. It’s important to recognize that due to their budget pricing, some particular models may be much better purchases than others. Their current lineup includes grills priced from 25 dollars to 250 dollars. These models include both portable and full sized grills ranging in size from 207 to 759 square inches and 10,000 to 68,000 BTU’s. 


      When purchasing an outdoor grill in this price range it’s easy to see that there can be some real value to be had. Although these grills are made of inexpensive materials and include many plastic parts, for the price it’s hard to complain. It’s surprising that for such a low price many models are actually quite feature packed, with some even including sear burners, side burners, and rotisseries. In addition, most models have sufficient heat output and cook relatively evenly. On the other hand however, the main drawbacks of these grills are the light weight materials and flimsy metal parts. The grates and burners are made from ultra thin metal and the porcelain coating on many of their models is not very durable.

      Overall, with such a low price, it’s hard to go wrong with a Uniflame grill, but be careful to choose your model wisely and keep your expectations in line with the price of these grills.  If you do, it should offer good value for the price.  




  Lowest priced brand available

  Readily available parts

  Some full featured models  

  Some grills adequately powered 

  Thin inexpensive materials    

  Low durability  

  Many plastic parts  

  Some uneven heating 

  Hit or miss lineup 


     You can view the Uniflame models below, or you may also be interested in reading Kenmore Grill Reviews, Ducane Reviews, and Brinkmann Reviews, as slightly higher priced alternatives to Uniflame.


Uniflame Grill Models


Uniflame Gold Grill Review Image

Uniflame 3 Burner Grill Review Image

Uniflame 4 Burner Grill Review Image

Uniflame Gold

Uniflame 3 Burner

Uniflame 4 Burner

 4.5 Star Weber Spirit

3.5 Star Char-Broil Grill Review

2 Star Char-Broil 4 Burner Grill

Uniflame Portable Stainless Grill Review Image  

Uniflame Portable Grill Review Image

Uniflame Portable

Uniflame Portable

4 Star Char-Broil Red

4 Star Char-Broil Red


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