Vision’s Classic B Series Kamado is slightly larger than standard, 18.5″ large round kamados and has some unique and interesting features. The B Series models are standard kamados that do not feature Vision’s unique ProZone slide-out damper and ash removal system.
Vision kamados are rather well made, especially considering the modest price which is often reduced dramatically for promos. The hardware and insulation are far superior to Char-Griller’s Akorn, and some other low cost BBQ kamados.
You gotta love the stainless steel two level hinged cooking grates that come standard with Classic B (above). The top grate is hinged for easy access to the lower level, which is also hinged for adding wood and tending to charcoal. Both top and bottom dampers are calibrated. This nice package deal includes a solid, powder coated stand on four casters with fold down wood side shelves and a cover.
Most owners seem very pleased with Classic B. Lifetime warranty on the ceramic, 5 years on metal parts, and 90 days on everything else.
Classic B Series Kamado
Made in USA:
Looked Closely At It
We have seen this product up close and we have also gathered info from the manufacturer, owners, and other reliable sources.
Grill, Smoker, Egg or Kamado Style, Combination Grill and Smoker
280 square inches
Small(about 13 burgers)
258 square inches
Vision Grills, based in Saint, Louis, MO., is a kamado company to keep your eye on. They’re coming on strong with patented, innovative designs that stand out from the ever growing kamado crowd. Foremost is their unique ProZone system, a slide out insert that includes dual damper air intake, ash removal tray and an electric fire starter. In 2016 they introduced an optional Quickchange Gas Insert that slides into the bottom and converts ProZone models into a gas grill for a quick, mid-week meal. For 2018 they plan to add an optional Quickchange Kamado Grill Pellet Insert that turns your kamado into a pellet smoker.
Published On: 9/22/2014
Last Modified: 2/24/2021
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