The smaller size of the aluminum "probably" should not matter. *ON TOPIC ONLY* QUALITY ON TOPIC discussion of Backyard BBQ, grilling, equipment and outdoor cookin' . They made it out of aluminum (like the PK Grill). I can't afford any of them and it's quite frustrating! It's very common for me to have my grill setup with half covered and the rack at the top, and half exposed with the rack at the bottom (closer to the coals). It's unique all-aluminum design provides unparalleled durability and the same outstanding temperature control and heat retention kamado grills are known for. Découvrez la culture du grill, trucs et conseils pour devenir des pros du barbecue. Welcome to the EGGhead Forum - a great place to visit and packed with tips and EGGspert advice! Probably not so much with ones people have barely heard of. Cool video. Blaze introduces the industry’s first kamado grill made out of solid cast aluminum up to 1 1/4" thick! Brisket Throwdown: Weber Summit Charcoal Grill vs 2017 Kamado Joe Big Joe. The unique all-aluminum design provides unparalleled durability, and the same outstanding temperature control and heat retention kamado grills are known for. I've been asked about this cooker a ton...especially right after they made that video where they blew up their ceramic cooker with tannerite. Livraison gratuite presque partout au Québec. This place here: https://www.the-cover-store.com/grill-covers/kamado-grill-covers The quality of the construction of the cover was very good. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, https://www.the-cover-store.com/grill-covers/kamado-grill-covers. I am looking to invest in a kamado for smoking and long term bbqing. My first choice was the Kamado Joe due the multi-level accessories and the bang for the buck price, but it seems there are random issues here and there that pop up. Just a dumb observation, but one of the advantages of having a gasket is that you can run probe wires through it. Kamado Joe is fantastic.. wouldn't worry about any issues. No kids so I don't have to worry about some child putting hands on the hot exterior of the bbq. Justin, I may need to unsubscribe from your channel until you finish showing us all these shiny new toys. And they start out at about half the price. I've always been very curious about these metal kamado's and this one in particular looks great. Their smoking stones come in half-moon shapes so you can have half your coals covered and half exposed. You can also join the conversation and get more information and amazing kamado recipes by following Big Green Egg at: Want to see how the EGG is made? More cost than a Akorn, but 10 times a better cooker. The other nice thing about having a more common grill like the BGE or Kamado Joe is when it comes to accessorizing. Blaze introduces the industry's first kamado grill made out of 3cm thick solid cast aluminum! They made it out of aluminum (like the PK Grill). I've been asked about this cooker a ton...especially right after they made that video where they blew up their ceramic cooker with tannerite. Discuss any and everything BBQ. Post your hints, tips, tricks & techniques, success, failures, but stay on topic and watch for that hijacking. The grills themselves have an upper and a lower rack setting. Withstanding the elements isn't really a problem with the Kamados although I do recommend a good cover. For those that don't know, Blaze invented a kamado specifically designed to never crack. Really want to get into smoking and rotisserie foods. This way I can smoke on the one half and then transfer to the exposed half that's closer to the coals to finish it off and get a good crispy skin when I'm doing chicken. What makes it more real than say the Kamado Joe "divide and conquer" ? I am only cooking for two. The Blaze aluminum Kamado comes as is at a price point of $1799, the rolling cart and shelves are sold separately. For those that don't know, Blaze invented a kamado specifically designed to never crack. Ask fellow pitmasters! I bought mine from a third party that just sells covers. More on a quality cooking level of the BGE or a Primo. If you've got the money then KJ won't let you down, they're fantastic and customer service is great like already mentioned. No kids so I don't have to worry about some child putting hands on the hot exterior of the bbq. I've spent most of the last week reviewing them, but having trouble pulling the trigger. BBQ Blaze Kamado 20’’ Disponible chez BBQ Québec. Nick does a nice job of comparing and contrasting their cooker with ceramic cooker...specifically the big green egg. I've been cooking on one of the original Bubba Kegs since they first came out. Click to Watch. It will be used for baking, smoking, and rotisserie/spit grill. I plan to make a table for it, so having a "stand" included doesn't factor into my considerations. All the accessory makers are going to make sure their stuff is compatible with the top selling brands. Looks are kind of important. Great video Justin! TLDR: I am having troubling making a decision, and seem to like the Blaze Kamado the most of the three top choices, but I am hoping those with more experience can tell me why an aluminum kamado would be a bad idea.