Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens (cont'd)

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THIS MODEL IS DISCONTINUED AND HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A NEW VERSION: C1C28LP-FS. The manufacturer claims the new model, "has a new improved firebox design that allows for a more even heat distribution. Also, the valves have been replaced and modified."
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This troubled company has been sold and the new owner claims he started over and completely redesigned the entire product line which is manufactured in the USA under a different name. We were never able to find pictures or prices or much of anything about Kamado Grills except for complaints. BUT LOOKOUT! It appears the original owner has resurfaced with a sketchy website: http://... Read More
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This model has been discontinued.
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This model has been discontinued.
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A lot of people like this Lowe's exclusive grill*, so we went to kick the tires and were sorry to find it is about as flimsy as flimsy gets. It's so cheaply constructed that it made the POJ Char-Griller on display next to it look good. The dampers were rickety and out of line with the vents in the body, there's no way this thing can control air and heat well. On the plus side, it has an... Read More
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The Master Forge 4-Burner Modular Gas Grill comes with a lot of extras and a matching sink/bar with griddle and burners is available for an additional $800. It has three main burners, and 10,000 BTU rotisserie back burner. Cooking grates are stainless steel and the three main burners are cast iron. The sink/bar includes a 13,000 BTU cast iron griddle and two 12,000 BTU stove top burners.
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The Master Forge 4-Burner Stainless Steel Gas Grill looks pretty in the picture and on the showroom floor, but remember: even high quality 304 grade stainless steel needs to be maintained to keep that fabulous shine. Master Forge uses the lesser grade 430 stainless, which wouldn't be bad except this material is very thin and, consequently, prone to corrosion. It has four stainless steel... Read More
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This Master Forge 5-Burner Gas Grill has 5 stainless steel burners for 60,000 BTUs, one 12,000 BTU sear burner, one 12,000 BTU side burner, 576 square inches of primary cooking on stainless steel grates and 211 square inch warming tray. Inside is a 13,000 BTU rotisserie burner back by the warming tray, two halogen lid-lights and LEDs above each control knob. A unique feature is the pull... Read More
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The Master Forge 5-Burner Modular Gas Grill comes with a lot of extras and a matching sink/bar with griddle and burners is available for an additional $800. It has four main burners, a 12,000 BTU Infrared sear burner and 10,000 BTU rotisserie back burner. Cooking grates are stainless steel and the four main burners are cast iron. The sink/bar includes a 13,000 BTU cast iron griddle and... Read More
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The Master Forge Charcoal Smoker/Griller, like the notorious El Cheapo Brinkmann line, is a low cost bullet smoker aka water smoker. Like Brinkmann bullets, this Master Forge smoker is tough to use. Charcoal is burnt in a pan with holes running along the side.  No charcoal grate is included to raise the coal off the bottom of the pan, and no dampers are included either. The poor design... Read More

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