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As a company dedicated to promoting luxurious outdoor living, Lynx grills has developed a line of products crafted with one goal in mind-to make grilling an extraordinary experience you will look forward to having again and again.
Lynx offers both liquid propane and natural gas grills. And while some grill aficionados may claim one fuel source is superior to the other in regards to food flavor, the main difference between the two is more pragmatic. With liquid propane, the grill is fuelled by replaceable tanks. With natural gas, a connecting line needs to be hooked up from the house to the grill. Which is best depends on what works for you.
Another decision to be made when purchasing a Lynx grill is whether you want a built-in or a freestanding grill. Built-in grills are set into an outdoor kitchen island or countertop, making the grill a permanent addition to your backyard landscape and your home. Freestanding grills are mounted on a stable steel cart with lockable casters, enabling you to move the grill wherever and whenever you want. Freestanding grills also come with handy storage compartments and side shelves.
Lynx offers two specialty series of grills. The Sedona series is perfect for the casual outdoor cook who relishes kicking back and relaxing but also wants a high-performance grill that's a breeze to use. The Professional series is for the more dedicated chef who wants a grill that power and performance on an elite level. They also offer grill packages that come with amenities like warming drawers, side burners, and refrigerators.
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