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August 24, 2009

Porsche Design Studio and Grand Hall glam up the barbecue

As always Born Rich found the high-end glam product and this time it is a grill/barbecue.

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'Porsche fans can now bring the thrill on wheels into meals with the powerful X-Series grill designed by Porsche Design Studio in collaboration with Grand Hall, who earlier impressed grilling fans with their vertical T-Grill. The X-Series grill is available in two versions: with and without island. The luxurious grill is a result of four years of research which reflects in its list of specs. The X-Series features an impressive design with matching specs: built-in rotisserie, counter balanced hood, sliding lid, Smooth-start ignition, LCD panel display with built-in countdown timer and electronic instruments and gauges with a rechargeable battery. The X-Series also incorporates the all new Crossray(R) burner technology which uses up to 50% less gas and emits up to 80% less smoke besides ensuring complete safety - no flare-ups, no choking smoke! "The collaboration with Porsche Design Studio has been an incredible process to be a part of," said Jeffery Sears, CEO for Barbeques Galore. "Porsche Design Studio brought their impeccable sense of detail, beauty and best-in-class engineering to create a superior outdoor grilling system. We incorporated Crossray(R), which is the most advanced gas grilling system available to consumers. The result is a winning combination of functionality and style found in the X-Series." The grill features 1,120 square inches of cooking space with four ceramic infrared burners that deliver up to 52,000 BTU of highly controllable heat. The stainless steel island version comes for $7,999 while the standalone version sells for $5,999 through Frontgate.

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