Blaze introduces the industry's first kamado grill made out of solid cast aluminum up to 1 1/4" thick! The unique all-aluminum design provides unparalleled durability, and the same outstanding temperature control and heat retention kamado grills are known for. Also, the non-porous grill body allows for the use of any charcoal or wood fuel, as well as any ignition method or material for the lighting of charcoal without worry of damaging the unit or absorbtion of materials into the grill housing. The Blaze kamado's cast aluminum body, stainless steel cooking grids, hinge, and all other parts are covered by a lifetime warranty. For installation in counter tops please see the Blaze Kamado Manual
- Entire body is constructed of cast aluminum, up to 1 1/4" thick, for superior durability to last a lifetime
- Cast molded exhaust cap for precise heat control without the usual risk of falling off or breaking
- 20-inch diameter stainless steel hex shaped cooking surface provides exceptional heat retention and beautiful sear marks
- Pre-installed lid hinge with lift assist allows for easy opening
- Hinged cooking surface allows for the convenient addition of wood or charcoal without removing the cooking surface
- Tongue and groove sealing of the lid to the grill body eliminates the commonly used gasket and subsequent replacement due to damage and wear
- Innovative seal provides excellent heat retention with no seepage
- Lifetime warranty
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