Last week I was approached by Noah Greenberg of FindTheBest, who told me about a new tool out on the market for comparison shopping for various gas grills called Grill Comparison. Yeah, yeah, yeah… I know what you’re thinking… gas = BLASPHEMY! But hey, the majority of Americans prefer gas over charcoal (not that I do), so I can see where a tool like this can be very useful.
I took a very quick glance at it, and it definitely shows some promise. I plan on doing an in-depth review in the future. In the meantime, Noah was gracious enough to provide a brief write-up regarding Grill Comparison:
Getting a new grill is an exciting time for any true grill aficionado, but with the seemingly endless choices out there, it can be also be a bit overwhelming. There’s no such thing as “overkill” when it comes to researching what barbeque you’ll be using for the upcoming years, and this Grill Comparison makes the whole process much easier, bringing all of the relevant information to your finger tips.
The free resource, published by FindTheBest, gives an objective way to compare grills by all of the industry’s top manufacturers. You can search and compare by fuel type, use (i.e. freestanding, portable, or built in), price, features and more, so you can really narrow your options down to a few grills that truly meet your standards.
Looking for a portable grill with an electric ignition for under $200? Just enter these criteria in the grill comparison, and see what pops up in your search results. Want a grease managing system and at least four burners? Just enter that into the grill comparison to see what your options are.
Once you’ve narrowed your decision down to a few different options, you can even compare grills side-by-side to see how they stack up against each other. Next time you’re in the market for a new grill, don’t bother wasting endless hours Googling thousands of grills… Check out this gas grill comparison to find the perfect grill for you.
Thank you once again to Noah Greenberg of FindTheBest for writing this great summary. I look forward to trying out this tool. If you have tried it out already, let me know your thoughts.