The Bottom Line
This grill has been discontinued. It has been replaced by the Perfect Flame Split-Lid Gas Grill (Model #E3520-LPG).
This is a dual head (or two lid) gas grill. One compartment is a standard, three burner gas grill that gives you 42,000 BTUs under 400 square inches of cooking area. The other side is a single 18,000 BTU infrared burner under 190 square inches. You get an independent infrared searing grill and a standard gas grill.
I have said in the past that I like this combination. Unfortunately, on this grill, it isn't well executed. The weak construction, many plastic parts, and lightweight components make this an unreliable grill that simply isn't built to last. At nearly $600USD this is a lightweight, but impressive looking grill.
- Dual head grill, one standard, one infrared
- Full feature grill with rotisserie, side burner, and infrared
- Dual head is an either or proposition
- Many plastic parts
- Thin stainless steel construction with lightweight parts
- Rotisserie kit is optional
- Dual head gas grill with one 42,000 BTU standard grill and one 18,000 BTU infrared grill
- Three 14,000 BTU stainless steel standard burners and one 18,000 BTU infrared burners
- 942 square inches of total cooking space - 400 primary standard and 190 primary infrared
- 10,000 BTU rear mounted infrared rotisserie burner. Rotisserie kit is optional
- 12,000 BTU side burner under a flush mounted cover
- Porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates
- Lots of storage space with internal storage for a propane tank. Propane tank not included
- Porcelain coated steel firebox with porcelain coated heat tents
- Made in China exclusively for Lowe's Home Improvement Stores by Nexgrill
Guide Review - Perfect Flame Dual-Head 4-Burner Gas Grill
This is an impressive looking gas grill that simply fails to deliver the function and durability it should take for granted. The Perfect Flame Dual Head (two lids) gas grill is built exclusively for Lowe's Home Improvement Stores by Nexgrill (Yes, other perfect flame gas grills are built by BBQTek (formerly Pyromagic)). What you get is basically two grills for the price of one. If you think about each grill separately you can then decide if they are individually worth the money collectively.
One grill is a standard three-burner, 42,000 BTU gas grill with a 10,000 BTU rear mounted infrared rotisserie burner (rotisserie kit is optional and extra). The 400 square inches of primary cooking space makes this a pretty standard powered and sized gas grill.
The other grill is a single burner, 18,000 BTU infrared gas grill. The 190 square inches makes it very small, but since you would use this as a searing station you don't need a lot of space. However, at only 10 inches wide it is a very narrow space to work with.
The complete package also comes with a normal, 12,000 BTU side burner. A very standard feature. You will have to add in a cover and propane tank to the package to get home with a complete setup.
The biggest problem I have with this grill is, again, that the construction is weak. If you take hold of the plastic handle over the infrared grill part, lift it half way up and then twist it you will find that you can bend it pretty easily. The entire grill is built like this, lightweight. This means limited durability and that the grill can be easily damaged. All the handles and knobs are cheap plastic and the internal components (including hoses, regulators etc.) are as cheap as you can buy.
Given all this, I cannot recommend this grill.