Primo's Large Oval Ceramic Charcoal Smoker Grill is a large-sized grill head with the classic round kamado shape. With this high-quality ceramic cooker, you'll have no trouble charcoal grilling thick, bone-in steaks on one side while roasting farm-fresh veggies on the other side. Grill, bake, roast, or smoke a full course, juicy, mouth-watering meal, for 8-10 of your friends and family at your next backyard cookout! The grill head features easy-to-clean, porcelain-coated cooking grates, and one of the highest sitting lids on the market which is great for cooking whole chickens. This ceramic charcoal grill is proudly made in the USA, unlike its competition, and constructed with premium grade Primo SuperCeramics and coated with a protective, lead-free, and scratch-resistant porcelain glaze.
Primo's Large Oval Ceramic Charcoal Smoker Grill efficiently retains and evenly distributes heat across the 300-square-inch cooking surface, perfect for maintaining a consistent temperature. Smoke meat at temperatures as low as 200 degrees Fahrenheit, or turn up the heat to more than 750 degrees Fahrenheit for searing and grilling. Use the cast iron chimney cap, stainless steel lower vent door, and easy-to-read thermometer to monitor and keep a precise temperature. The easy lift-and-lock hinge system keeps the lid raised in place, and the soft-close felt gasket protects the ceramic while opening and closing the lid using the cool touch handle.
Purchase ceramic feet for a stand-alone grill or built-in applications, such as an outdoor kitchen. If you prefer a traditional freestanding charcoal grill, upgrade to the All-In-One package and be ready to grill in 30 minutes or less! This package includes a heavy-duty powder-coated steel cradle on wheels with two locking casters, two sturdy fold-down side shelves, an ash tool to easily stir the lump coal or clean out the ashes, and a chrome-plated steel grate lifter. Every Primo is built for years of use and enjoyment and is backed by a 20-year Warranty!
- Primo is the Only Ceramic Grill Made in the USA.
- Ceramic Base and Dome
- Recalibratable Thermometer
- Powder-Coated Cast-Iron Top Vent with Daisy Wheel
- Spring-Assisted Hinges
- Porcelain Coated Steel Cooking Grates
- Inner-Firebox Protects the Rest of the Grill from High-Heat
- Two-Zone Cooking
- Low Maintenance
|Fire Grate Material:||Cast Iron|
|Total Grilling Area:||300 Sq. In.|
|Cooking Grid Dimensions:||22" x 15"|
|Cooking Grid Type:||Split|
|Temperature Range:||200 - 750°F|
|Cut Out Dimensions:||25 1/4" W x 24 11/16" D x 13 1/2" H|
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LIMITED LIFETIME 20-YEAR GUARANTEE
All ceramic parts
LIMITED LIFETIME PARTS
All ceramic parts
LIMITED 5-YEAR PARTS (Against rust-through)
All metal parts (excluding cast iron parts)
LIMITED 1-YEAR PARTS (Against rust-through)
All cast iron parts
Valves & knobs
All other parts & accessories
LIMITED 30 DAY PARTS
Metal surfaces can be compromised by the elements, excessive moisture, salt, scratches and chemicals. This warranty does not cover rust, fading, surface blemishes and oxidation unless it causes the failure of the component and inhibits the use of the grill. Primo shall replace parts found defective as provided above with equivalent parts and shall ship such parts at the Purchaser‘s expense to the Purchaser‘s designated shipping address. The existing component must be properly disposed of upon receipt of the replacement warranty part. Failure to do so, or to provide or sell the existing component to a third party will void the warrantee's coverage for future warranty claims.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
Damages that might result from the use, misuse, or improper installation or storage of this appliance.
Travel, diagnostic costs and freight charges on warranted parts to and from the factory.
Claims that do not involve defective workmanship or materials.
Unauthorized service or parts replacements.
Removal and reinstallation cost.
Inoperable due to improper or lack of maintenance.
The costs of a service call to diagnose a problem and labor for replacement or repairs.
DUTIES OF THE OWNER
The appliance must be installed by a qualified installer and operated in accordance with the instructions furnished with the appliance
Maintain ready access to the appliance for service.
A bill of sale, cancelled check, or payment record should be kept to verify purchase date and establish warranty period.