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That is one hell of a price tag for a cart. I do not particularly like the look of it either. I think that $500 would have been realistic, but this is a reach at best. 

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Doea it come with the KJ? I would assume not. This just looks like a cabinet that was placed on a cart which I would not have guessed would retail for $1199, though I'll admit it looks as if it was manufactured in a way as to hold the legs. If I'm not wrong, one could buy an entire other grill for this price. With the right skills and toolset I would venture to say the cabinet itself could be made cheaper by someone, though I suppose that's true for a lot of things.

 

I would personally prefer to see the KJ set in a table like another design I saw here recently, more sleek and a better design than a grill slapped onto a cart with a cabinet built along side.

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wow! That's pretty ballsy to price a cart at nearly the same price point as the grill.

I was looking forward to the cart, just for interest's sake - but this is ridiculous. 

 

Thank you for posting the info though :)

 

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Thanks for the post, but I think they have lost their minds! When the cart cost as much as the grill. Hope this is not a sign of things to come? 

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10 hours ago, Rick in Ontario said:

You guys in the US realize that is Canadian dollars, right?

 

My guess is that is $850.00 to $900.00 in US dollars. That still is plenty, though.

Pretty close, saw one the other day in ATL, I believe it was priced at $799. Still pretty steep

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This is what happens when you ask people what they want during the design phase

I'd guess a lot of that price is due to the stone top, which is nice and all, but not worth the additional price

I like that its got custom storage for the JT and cooking surfaces but that price is a killer.

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