Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens

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The Broil King Keg 5000 is a high quality kamado cooker, at home in the backyard or hitched to a vehicle. It excels at smoking, roasting, baking and searing thin meats. While competitive brands charge extra for just about everything but the logo, The Keg comes fully equipped with stand, shelves, extender rack and a ”Multi-tool” which helps handle the grate and dampers and doubles as an... Read More
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Kamado Joe Classic II 18” is a well-crafted ceramic cooker that presents strong competition to other 18" models in the premium priced market. Classic II improves on their previous ClassicJoe 18” with a number of remarkable upgrades that exemplify the elegance and innovation that are hallmarks of Kamado Joe. Read on to get the details. Kamado Joe first caught our attention in 2014 with... Read More
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The most striking cookers in the world may be Komodo Kamado. Their new gigantic Big Bad 32 incher is stunning to see, touch and use. Weighing in at over a half ton crated with 128 lbs. of 304 stainless steel, it arrives fully assembled, but you'll need help opening this up and getting it into position. The first thing you notice is how well built this zaftig sweetheart is. From the... Read More
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Primo’s Oval Junior is their smallest Oval model. Primo’s claim to fame is the unique oval shape which enables true 2-zone cooking: something that standard round designs really can’t accomplish. With 2-zones operating simultaneously, you can slide foods from a cool to hot side for crisping chicken and reverse searing steaks. To further isolate the zones, Primo offers an optional cast... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge black oval kamado mounted in a large black fram cart with four wheels and two shiny metal shelves on each side. Placed on an outdoor deck.
Primo’s Oval XL 400 is their largest model. Kamado owners accustomed to the popular large round designs will be in awe of Oval XL’s expansive cook surface which is similar in size and shape to a three burner gas grill (shown below compared to an 18" round kamado).   Round XLs, (Extra Large), are available from other manufacturers, but Primo’s claim to fame is the unique oval shape which... Read More
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The new Slow 'N Sear Deluxe Kamado is a large, 22 inch kamado built around SnS Grill's patented Slow ‘N Sear charcoal kettle accessory with the aim of creating a premium ceramic grill that brings true 2-zone cooking to a kamado. Kamados are excellent outdoor ovens and smokers, but most round kamados are difficult to set up for the essential technique of 2-zone cooking where you have... Read More
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Vision's Professional S-Series Kamado has some unique and interesting features not found on other ceramics. Their ProZone System (above) is a slide out ash tray with dual intake dampers and a slot for the optional electric fire starter. A calibrated cast iron exhaust damper is located at the top of the dome. Vision's goal is to make use easier - easier start up, easier ash removal. To... Read More
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Kamado Joe Big Joe is a well-crafted ceramic cooker that presents strong competition to other 24" models in the premium priced market. The new BigJoe improves on their previous version with a number of remarkable upgrades that exemplify the elegance and innovation that are hallmarks of Kamado Joe. Read on to get the details. Kamado Joe first caught our attention in 2014 with their... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge kamado on a patio with green grass in background. It is covered with beautiful blue tile. Two dogs lay resting at the bottom of the kamado.
Komodo Kamados may be the most striking cookers in the world. The Gen 2.6 with a 23" wide top grate, stands 50.5" high, 30" wide at the base, and is 36" deep. It weighs a whopping 534 pounds. They arrive fully assembled, but you might need help getting it out of the crate and into position. The first thing you notice is how well built this zaftig sweetheart is. From the serious 304... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack kamado on a black metal stand with four legs and four wheels. It has a shiny metal cap and wood shelves on each side.
Vision's Professional C Series Kamado has some unique and interesting features not found on other ceramics. Their ProZone System (above) is a slide out ash tray with dual intake dampers and a slot for the included electric fire starter. One large damper is for coarse air adjustments while a smaller one facilitates fine-tuning. A calibrated cast iron exhaust damper located at the top of... Read More

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