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

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This Kamado style cooker is Grill Dome's smallest model. At about 80 pounds it can be easily moved, (when cool), and even used for tailgating. The walls are thicker than most kamados, hence Grill Domes are known for heavy construction and excellent heat retention.
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This 24" Kamado style cooker is Grill Dome's biggest model. The walls are thicker than most kamados, hence Grill Domes are known for heavy construction and excellent heat retention. The ceramic is Grill Dome's own creation, called Terapex, which they claim is more durable than traditional ceramic and can withstand much higher temperatures. The upper vent is a pivoting steel disk rather... Read More
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The Homdoor Charcoal Tandoor is a traditional Indian clay oven which cooks meats and veggies on skewers, placed vertically into an open, upright cylindrical oven, and roasted at very high temperatures for a fairly short time. It has no cooking grate. Design, craftsmanship, and tradition have all come together in this tough, beautiful cooker.
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The Monolith BBQ Guru Edition Classic is a ceramic kamado with an 18” diameter grill grate comparable in size to the popular Big Green Egg Large model. Monolith also offers a larger 21.5” model called Le Chef. While located in Germany, Monolith manufactures kamados and related products in China. The overall quality appears good and Monolith Kamados come standard with many useful... Read More
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Primo’s Large Round Kamado is a high quality ceramic cooker. Their unique porcelain coated steel, reversible cooking grates have a clever design. They are two sided. One side places the cooking surface up high and flush with the felt insulation, flip it over and the surface drops down 2” closer to the coal.
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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.
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The Pit Boss PB K24 is a low cost kamado from Dansons, makers of Louisiana Pellet Smokers. Some owners complain of chipped ceramic and wobbly misaligned lids, others are pleased with the great deal they got, and we recommend you look for a great deal as some retailers are offering deep discounts on the the entire Pit Boss BBQ line.
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We heard a lot of bad news about Bayou Classic ceramics in the past. These cookers are outsourced to Chinese fabricators. Bayou Classic's parent company, Barbour International, claims they had quality problems with previous vendors, but have found new sources capable of producing much better product. Indeed, it appears satisfied owners are in the majority now. But, buyer beware, it also... Read More
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The 18" cooking grate gives you 254 square inches of cooking area with the grate set down into the belly of the beast, and you can add another grate increasing the cooking area to 460 square inches. The lower air intake is a sliding door that gives you very good control but removing ash through it is tricky because the opening is small and the floor of the inside is slightly below the... Read More
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Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet is at it again. Just when we thought we'd seen everything in the world of kamados, Kalamazoo unveils their striking Shokunin Kamado Grill. Shokunin, Japanese for "master" or "artisan", is rectangular with an 18 inch x 24 inch primary cook surface and an extended height. We've long been fans of oval kamados like Primo and Komodo Kamado because the elongated,... Read More

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