Saber grills debuts Saber Elite series for 2017
November 17, 2016,
COLUMBUS, Ga. – Saber Grills, LLC is introducing two new lines of grills for 2017. The first is the recently launched Saber Cast series, which includes three full-size gas grills with a black powder-coated finish and commercial grade stainless steel grates, burners, control panels and handles. The second introduction is the brand new Saber Elite Series, which was shown for the first time at the International Pool & Spa Expo Nov. 2.
The Saber Elite series is a line of high-performance gas grills manufactured using 304 commercial-grade stainless steel. The line includes the Saber SSE 330 two-burner, an urban-sized grill designed for a rooftop terrace or garden patio, the Saber SSE 500 three-burner unit with a two-door cart and dual control side burner and the Saber SSE 670 four-burner grill, which features a single door/two drawer cart and a dual-control side burner. Two built-in units, three- and four-burner sizes, complete the Elite series.
"We are very focused on the specialty retail channel and are committed to helping our dealers find new ways to grow their business," said Gary Butler, general manager, Saber Grills, LLC.
Saber Grills is also making physical modifications to its existing products for 2017, which will be incorporated into the new lines, as well. The changes include:
• New cart design with thicker panels, additional weld points, stronger casters, simple assembly and a new easy-access tank bracket
• Improved NG/LP conversion kits
• Added storage hooks for the rotisserie rod when it's not in use.
“When we polled our owners and dealers to identify ways to improve, the first thing they told us was not to change the cooking system! So, we focused on changes that essentially make the grills even more durable and easier to assemble," said Butler.
Saber was recently included in a 2016 roundup of Best Grills in America by Popular Mechanics magazine, and was awarded an ‘Editor’s Choice’ for the Saber Cast 500 three-burner grill.
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