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Nick66

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    London UK
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    Kamado Joe
  1. Hi Richard, yes gasket is felt, can’t see any parts liable to rust. It is basically a Kamado Joe Classic 1 in a different cart without an ash drawer and without the divide and conquer rack but there is a rack and heat deflector.
  2. I think the 330 may be a newer model as the RRP is showing as £699 whereas on other sites for the 300 it’s showing as £629 which is what I paid for mine. Looks the same but I do know when I went into the shop the ash scraper and firebox still had Kamado Joe name on but by the time I got mine they didn’t so maybe that is the new version. It is made in the same factory as the KJ, there are some clues in the box, and it carries the same warranty. Basically it is a Kamado Joe Classic 1 but in black, without the ash drawer, in a different cart and without the divide and conquer rack but I
  3. No, apparently that's the one thing that isn't sold separately
  4. Been reading these forums and watching John’s videos for a while and decided to go for the Kamado Joe Classic. Went to my local BBQ shop as soon as they reopened and ended up with a Masterbuilt Classic kamado which is basically a Kamado Joe classic in black without the ash drawer and divide and conquer but for £270 less and it can take the D&C if I decide to upgrade. Tried a few different things up to now and still finding my way but no disasters yet.
  5. If only we had known then what we know now. Can we start the year/decade over again please?
  6. Ham steak? That had me fascinated but then again the UK and the US are two great nations divided by a common language! We call that gammon and it’s one of my favourites so I’ll definitely by trying that one day and then the pineapple grilled on top, couldn’t be better.
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