Kamado grills are unique in form and simple in function. They are all charcoal-burning, easy to use and easy to clean and are made for the outdoor griller who wants to keep to basics.
While all of these grills are distinctly round in shape, they do vary in size, ranging from 210 inches of grilling surface up to 680 inches. They also have a variety of features depending on the model, such as two cooking zones-direct and indirect-so you can grill up some meat on one side and roast seafood or vegetables on the other. And for charcoal grills they have exceptional temperature control, so you can cook a sizzling hot steak or cook low and slow for hours. They also have reversible cooking grates, a cast iron top vent, an easy-to-read thermometer, a stainless steel draft door, and an optional rack system & accessories.
They light easily and heat up quickly, so you can be ready to cook in as little as 15 minutes. Made from premium-grade ceramic or stainless steel, they resist inclement weather. The ceramic models in particular are composed of a proprietary blend of natural materials to make the highest grade of ceramics available for superior heat and moisture retention. Combined with quality-controlled production processes and an unmatched firing temperature, our ceramics are significantly more efficient than other ceramic grills.
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