Komodo Kamado is the brainchild of designer Dennis Linkletter, grandson of TV legend Art Linkletter. Dennis Linkletter has lived and worked in Indonesia for decades where he built a business fabricating teak furniture, flooring and doors. He became interested in kamado cooking and began using his facility to explore making high quality cookers with state of the art design. After years of “capitalizing on the strengths and correcting the flaws” of existing kamados, Linkletter introduced Komodo Kamado.
Meathead tested a Komodo Kamado and found it stunning visually and superb in performance and craftsmanship. All sales are direct.
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