Signet™ 70

986874 LP / 986877 NG

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The Signet™ 70 features 635 sq. in. total cooking space including a porcelain coated warming rack, reversible heavy-duty cast iron cooking grids, stainless steel Flav-R-Wave™ cooking system, 3 stainless steel Dual-Tube™ burners, and stainless steel drop-down side shelves and enclosed cabinet base.

Broil King Signet™ 70
Broil King Signet™ 70
Broil King Signet™ 70
Broil King Signet™ 70

40,000 BTU

Main Burner Output



15,000 BTU

Rotisserie Burner

400 sq. in.

Primary Cooking Space

Broil King Cast Iron Grids
Cast Iron Grids

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Signet™ 70 is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from VERY GOOD NOT PERFECT I always wait to write reviews as I find very early ones are all very similar and lack the information that I am looking for. After many years of charcoal I decided to try out a gas BBQ. I did a lot of research and decided to get the BK signet 70 as it is large enough to cook for my family of 6 well really about 9 if you factor in the fact my teenages eat about 1.5 to 2 times an average adult does. So It went to together well as the parts are well made but it takes a good but of time and you will/should have two people at certain points as per the instructions. BK also has a video which is good for those that are more visual but at 10 minute in duration you can be sure that it doesn't show every step in detail. I have cooked chickens on the rotisserie (2 at a time) and steak and pork chops on the grill over the last summer and fall and this spring as well. The oven gets and stays hot without needing much fuel to keep it that way ( retaining heat saves on fuel cost and helps to not burn food) using both direct and indirect heat with excellent (for a gas novice like me anyways) results. The downsides are the flavor grates, heat plates whatever get very encrusted with food, marinade etc and when I put the unit up for the winter and cleaned everything thoroughly I used oven cleaner on them not realizing it would damage the stainless finish as the can says it is safe and I have used it with no issues on pots and pans. So be aware. The achilles heel of this model and possibly others is the grease catch. It is a small (4.8 x 2.2 x 6 inches) flimsy aluminum pan that costs over $1 each. I can't find this size in a grocery store etc so they have to be ordered and or bought a bbq store. They fill up before a chicken is cooked so you must handle hot grease in a flimsy pan that bends and has to be tilted to get it out of the tight space it is in. I have yet to do it without spilling grease all inside the unit and over the gas cylinder etc. I have seen a very inexpensive grills that has a much better large steel, sliding drawer with a chain
Date published: 2015-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Living up to it's reputation so far! I've had the barbecue over the past couple of months and have used it for everything from steaks, chicken, pork chops to rotisserie leg of lamb. I notice an immediate difference between the quality of this barbecue and the cheap $200 ones I would replace every couple of years. Minimal flare ups, excellent heat distribution, easy assemby, and overall quality in craftsmanship (I believe it's made in North America so you can notice the difference that makes). Love the fact it has a five year warranty on the burners which says something about the quality. Highly recommend!
Date published: 2014-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Grease catcher BBQ is great except for the grease catcher That part is ugly, not user friendly and needs a redesign.
Date published: 2016-07-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It ain't no Weber I have had this grill for several months and the issues go back to when it first arrived. It took several tries for me to get a set of grates that weren't damaged in transit. One of the side wings was also damaged when I opened the box. For these things, I applaud Broil King customer service. They stepped up and took care of these issues. Otherwise, the fit and finish of the components left something to be desired as it was difficult to get some parts to fit together. I did not have this problem with my previous Weber Genesis Gold. I am more than a little discouraged by the fact that despite living in an arid climate (Las Vegas, NV), I am seeing rust in different spots on the grill. Not the least of which the plate that sits on top of the center burner is completely rusted. I grill once, maybe twice a week. I would expect a product that is made in North America would do a better job of standing up to the elements. I realize that I am probably stuck with this thing for the time being. But I am going back to Weber at the first opportunity. Sorry Broil King.
Date published: 2016-05-15
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