I wanted to find some of the best infrared grills under $1000 that were available on the market for consumers in 2014 to 2015 and found four of the top models that fit this criteria.
Most of these don’t have many reviews, some have zero but if you are looking for an infrared grill them these are surely the best of the best and come equipped with multiple accessories and specialty cooking burners that will satisfy anyone’s needs. Want to see more infrared grills (a much larger selection), then click here.
An Aussie Infrared Grill Is First:
The first infrared grill that we are going to look at is the Aussie 8770 Stainless Steel 6-Burner Gas Grill, which comes equipped with an additional side burner, and infrared rotisserie burner and an infrared Sear burner.
This Aussie stainless steel gas grill features a side burner that can pump out 10,000 BTU’s, a sear burner that has the capacity to facilitate 15,000 BTU’s, and a rotisserie burner, which can manage 10,000 BTU’s.
In total, this infrared barbecue can dish out a total of 83,000 BTUs and has approximately 954 in.² of cooking space which is a ton of room and can handle large gatherings of people that require a lot of food.
It comes complete with an enclosed cart that has a front door and two additional sliding drawers for convenience, a towel bar, accessory hooks, and two side tables for prep work an additional space.
Napoleon Is Second On The List…
The next barbecue on the list (Napoleon Prestige II Series PT308RBPSS-4 Liquid Propane Gas Grill) doesn’t have quite the amount of BTU output as the previous model but is still a strong competitor for this category.
You get almost 500 square inches of cooking space to work with that is controlled by two stainless steel tube burners that can push out a maximum of 44,000 BTUs and has a heavy duty rotisserie kit and a rear infrared burner for searing applications. This is the perfect grill if you are looking to do some serious outdoor cooking.
Another Napoleon Infrared BBQ Comes In Third:
Making our way down the list, we get to number three which is the Napoleon M485RB Mirage Propane Gas Grill. This barbecue is a little bit different than the previous one and there are a few key distinctions between the two that we will talk about.
Instead of having only two burners like the other Napoleon barbecue, this model has three and has a little bit more BTU power, coming in at around 61,500 BTUs in total.
A little bit larger cooking area (675 in.² total) than the previous model and is divided up between a main cooking area, which has 485 in.² and a secondary area that has 190 in.².
The rear infrared burner is capable of pushing out around 13,500 BTUs and is great for searing meats and vegetables.
A Swiss Grill Is Reviewed Last:
The next grill on the list is just over $1000, but I had so many cool little features that I had to list it in this category. The Swiss Grill A250B Arosa Series Stainless Steel Grill has a total of four burners, and infrared rear burner and an infrared side burner, plus a rotisserie kit all wrapped into one single unit.
The maximum heat output for this particular model is somewhere around 72,000 BTUs and can run off of propane or natural gas, depending on what your particular needs are.
Other than what’s listed here, I couldn’t find anymore information regarding this Swiss Grill but I did do a little research regarding the manufacturer and they seem to be a well respected company that delivers quality products and highly values their reputation.
Final thoughts on infrared grills under $1000:
I was quite disappointed to only find a handful of reviews on Amazon regarding these four barbecue grills but then got to thinking about it and figured since these are higher-priced items less people are probably buying them and even fewer are leaving reviews if they do happen to purchase one of these.
I’m confident though that I chose the best infrared grills under $1000 that are available for 2014 to 2015. Some other articles that are related to this particular post and might be quite interesting to you are:
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