Lynx Professional Grills

Lynx makes beautiful products for the luxury grill market. Though founded in 1996 by a group of designers who had previously manufactured stainless steel equipment for the commercial restaurant industry, they are focused on outdoor kitchen equipment only. They believe this focus sets them apart from some competitors who produce a much wider catalog of indoor and outdoor equipment, and lay claim to the following gas grill innovations:

First cast brass burners – 1997

First electronic ignition – 2002

First infrared burners that can be turned down to lower temps – 2004

First spring assist hood and LED lights on control knobs – 2006

First interactive grill that can be monitored and controlled via voice commands or a smart device - 2015

In 2010 they introduced the unique, variable temperature ProSear-2 Infrared Burners.

Lynx traditional grills come in five models, (built-in and free standing), ranging in size from 27 to 54 inches. The new SmartGrills are offerred in 30", 36" and 42" sizes. They make an outdoor cocktail station, refrigerator, ice machine, side burners, warming drawers, access doors, utility drawers and accessories such as towel dispensers, griddle plates and custom covers.

Available online and at independent hearth and patio stores.

5895 Rickenbacker Rd.
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