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Large Infinity Series Grill Dome Kamado Review

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My review this week is on the Large Infinity Series Grill Dome Kamado.

 

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The Grill Dome Kamado is an all-in-one ceramic charcoal grill that allows you to smoke, bake, grill and sear food. The temperature of the Grill Dome is controlled by adjusting the lower sliding damper and the upper pivoting steel disk vent. The upper disk vent comes in the same color as your grill.

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The Grill Dome is made in India and comes with a 5 year warranty on gaskets and a lifetime warranty on the rest of the grill. This grill has an 18 inch grill diameter, cooking area of 260 sq. inches and weighs 200 pounds.

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Below is the video portion of my review as well as my first cook on the Grill Dome. (I don’t normally do video reviews, but I thought I would branch out a little for this review.)

 

 

Click on the link below to see the rest of my review on the Large Infinity Series Grill Dome Kamado.

http://www.bbqsaucereviews.com/large-infinity-series-grill-dome-kamado/

 

Thanks! :)

Jay Prince

Edited by PrinceofQ

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That is a gorgeous grill. Love the blue color. Awesome job on the loin.

I haven't seen many Grill Domes other than the one guy named Steve on Youtube. The ceramic charcoal grate is interesting and I wonder how it compares to the cast iron ones. Don't have to worry about rust with the ceramic.

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Nice review, I own a large Grill Dome and I use the ceramic charcoal grate even though I have a metal one too. Ceramic can crack over time but it is under warranty. Their cast iron grate is different and I wish they would change it but who am I.

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I'm pretty sure BGE used the ceramic charcoal grate, as well, back in the day, but changed over to SS.  I would imagine that they were following in the footsteps of BGE when they went with it. I have that grat on my small BGE, and I do prefer SS. 

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Thanks so much for all the kind words you guys! I really appreciate it! I'm not used to doing video reviews, but I figured I would give it a shot for part of my review post. It was a fun review to work on and the Grill Dome is a great product. Thanks again you guys! :)

 

~Jay Prince

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I'm pretty sure BGE used the ceramic charcoal grate, as well, back in the day, but changed over to SS.  I would imagine that they were following in the footsteps of BGE when they went with it. I have that grat on my small BGE, and I do prefer SS. 

 

Actually, scratch the previous comment. I had the ceramic charcoal grate confused with the enamel coated main grate. BGE had enamel coated main grates, much like Primo does now, and, it appears, what is on Prince's Grill Dome. Ido believe green Eg is now using Stainless steel grilling grates, and I believe the only two manufacturers still using enamel coated grates are Primo and Grill Dome.

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