Cheap Kamado Style Grills…
The cost of Kamado Style BBQ’s has hit a new low, this makes this style of BBQ’ing more accessible to everybody, which to me, is a great thing. I haven’t actually tried one of these BBQ’s (full disclosure!) but I have cooked on and owned a Kamado Joe for a number of years and it transformed my BBQ cooking, so much so , that I started this site.
So to answer my original question is it worth it, for approx £160 delivered I don’t think you have anything to loose. It isn’t a massive BBQ but when compared to a Kamado Joe Junior , it is slightly smaller and a few hundred cheaper. Undoubtedly the quality, I would assume, will not be the same.
This could be the ideal small BBQ to take camping?
Give it a punt, add in some good quality charcoal and you cant go far wrong.
I will try and get one in to review and see what the score is with this.
Here are the specs (translated from German)
- Ceramic dish with glazed, wavy outer side
- With 2 folding side shelves made of wood
- Overall height: 76 cm
- Width with shelves: 76 cm
- External diameter: 33 cm
- Inside Diameter: 27 cm
- Integrated thermometer with temperature between 10 ° C and 500 ° C
- Spring-loaded hinge Stainless steel ventilation
This ceramic Kamado Grill, which works with coal or wood, has a large grill grate with a diameter of 27 cm. This Kamado Grill offers several functions such as grilling, baking, smoking, cooking or simply keeping your food warm. This ceramic grill has a very robust folding lid with a ventilation opening and a thermometer on the top. Thanks to the double-layer ventilation, you can easily control the airflow and the temperature. The two collapsible side shelves offer you room to place the grill items. The high-quality ceramic with glazed, wavy outer side makes the grill very strong and also a view! The stainless steel feet add extra stability to the grill. Ideal for cooking a wide range of dishes such as burgers, fish, and ribs, our Kamado Grill will surely bring you great BBQ fun to your friends and family!