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L to R: SABER Cast 330 P two-burner grill and SABER Cast 670 P four-burner grill.

Saber Introduces New Line of Grills

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Saber Grills will be showcasing a new line of grills at the 2016 Casual Market in Chicago Sept. 20-23 (booth #7-1094). The SABER Cast Series features three full-size, free-standing gas grills, including a new urban sized two-burner grill. The line extends the company’s offerings below existing price points and will be available to consumers in January 2017.

The SABER Cast Series grills have an enclosed, easy assembly cart with a sleek, on-trend black powder-coated finish and commercial grade stainless- steel control panels and handles.

The grills feature grate level temperature gauges and a push-button electronic ignition system with electrodes at each burner. The SABER Cast grills have the same patented high-performance infrared cooking system and all the same performance features as existing SABER products, including stainless-steel cooking grates, burners and emitters, adjustable warming racks, high strength side shelves and front access grease trays.

The SABER Cast 330 P two-burner grill has a 445 total sq. in. of cooking surface and is priced at $899 MSRP. The SABER Cast 500 P three-burner has a 675 total sq. in. of cooking surface and is priced at $1,099 MSRP and the SABER Cast 670 P four-burner, which features a sideburner and stainless-steel side shelves, has 890 total sq. in. of cooking surface and retails for $1,549 MSRP.

“The Cast Series gives our dealers a wider range of products to sell and makes it easier for some consumers to enter the premium category,” said Gary Butler, vice president and general manager, Saber Grills. “The black finish is something we are particularly excited about – it is a sophisticated look that’s an interesting complement to a variety of outdoor living areas.”

Saber is also making physical modifications to its existing product line for 2017, all of which will be incorporated into the new grills. The improvements are designed to increase durability, make assembly easier and enhance the overall user experience.

www.sabergrills.com

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