Pit boss 13.5” kamado grill ceramic £159.99 from 11/06 @ Costco online offer
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Pit boss 13.5” kamado grill ceramic £159.99 from 11/06 @ Costco online offer

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Found 1st JunEdited by:"bbd99"
In member savings catalogue ( still 199.99) for 11/06 - 24/06 ( did not read properly originally posted as 04/06. Delivery inc

ALSO you need online membership £15. You can no longer buy for 5% fee for non-members ( unsure when this changed

If you like to BBQ, the Pit Boss 13.5" Kamado Grill Ceramic BBQ is perfect with 740 cm² of grilling surface, giving you space to cook plenty of burgers, sausages and rib-eye steaks. It offers a high quality design, cooking versatility and that authentic charcoal flavour. The Pit Boss 13.5" Kamado Grill features 0.074 m² (114.7 in²) of a single tiered, 304 grade stainless steel cooking surface, making the most of the heat and space. The heavy duty ceramic exterior body is finished with a glossy black coating and cold rolled steel (CRS) trim and the fire bowl is able to reach temperatures up to 371°C (700°F). This grill is fuelled by premium hardwood lump charcoal to achieve the authentic BBQ taste.

The Pit Boss 13.5" Kamado Grill Ceramic BBQ comes complete with a stand and offers adjustable cast iron top and 304 grade stainless steel bottom dampers for superior temperature control. 304 stainless steel ensures a versatile balance of strength, workability and corrosion resistance, making it ideal for outdoor appliances. The benefits of 304 stainless steel also include a long service life that will retain an attractive, clean finish with low maintenance cost and good value. Due to the heat efficiency of lump charcoal in the thick ceramic fire bowl, this grill gives you the flexibility to sear, roast, chargrill or smoke meats and vegetables, as well as bake pizzas and bread. The shape of the Kamado Grill also circulates heat for a more uniform cooking.

Features:

  • Gloss black ceramic finish with cold rolled steel (CRS) trim
  • Heavy duty cold rolled steel (CRS) stand
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This looks good, anyone with any experience with these?
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Edited by: "bbd99" 1st Jun
No experience of this but it’s half the price of a Joe or Green Egg and if it’s half as good it’s a bargain. Well worth a go, kamado’s are sooo good compared to conventional BBQ’s, you can do everything on them from 800 degree searing to 150 deg low and slow. My Joe has been outside for 3 years and still looks great and unlike a normal bbq I do use it all year round. One thing to note, use only restaurant grade charcoal! It will last long enough for an 8 hour smoke or give you 2-3 burns for standard cooking, using a Kamado will save you money in the long term
is there VAT to be added to this? im really fancying one of these. look very good
One thing to consider is that the Pit Boss kamados don't follow the convention of other brands when discussing size. The 13.5 inches quoted isn't the actual diameter of the cooking area which will be nearer 12 inches if the area measurements quoted are accurate. Similarly, the cooking area of the 24 inch kamado they sell is actually around 21 inches. Most manufacturers quote the size of the cooking area. That said, this is a good price for a small kamado. Haven't got one myself, incidentally, but was tempted by the 18 inch Aldi one the other month. Need to get a new patio laid first!
Ok price, those considering just need to be aware that this is a very small cooking area and does not include a diffuser for low temperature cooking
just build your own for a fraction of the price.
bojangles18 m ago

just build your own for a fraction of the price.


Build your own kamado?
ChambyR3330 m ago

Build your own kamado?


yea, they basically just a tandoor.
Easy to build
Not sure if it's same Brand but my friend has at home and is great. It's smoking hot for this price

bojangles1 h, 28 m ago

yea, they basically just a tandoor.Easy to build


I agree tandoors are easy to build
Ive done it myself with clay pots n stuff
But its worlds away from a kamado
It's cheaper £155.99 from Holland with free delivery ebay.co.uk/itm…649
Outrunner30 m ago

It's cheaper £155.99 from Holland with free delivery …It's cheaper £155.99 from Holland with free delivery https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kamado-Barbecue-Grill-BBQ-Grill-Smoker-Cooking-Appliance-Ceramic-76-cm/122555464104?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649


Thats actually bigger ... but not same - unbranded?
Cooking grid diameter of the Dutch one is 27cm i.e. around 11 inches, so it's a bit smaller than the Costco one. The Costco one is a better deal, for certain. The Range sells the Akorn Jr kamado for 200 quid which has a grid size around 14 inches and this is one I've considered. Made from steel so a lot lighter and more portable than the ceramic ones though perhaps less long-lasting if you don't look after it. Frustrating thing is that they are less than 130 dollars in the US and, looking on the Kamado Guru forum, many people picked theirs up for 70 dollars or less! Heck, even the full-size Akorn (20 inches) is less than 300 bucks over there. In the UK? 450 flipping quid. Keep hoping that The Range will run an offer on these or a discount code, but no joy thus far.
ChambyR335 h, 10 m ago

I agree tandoors are easy to build Ive done it myself with clay pots n …I agree tandoors are easy to build Ive done it myself with clay pots n stuffBut its worlds away from a kamado


I wouldn't call them worlds away. they are very similar in design & a tandoor is adaptable... but its down to if you want a Tandoor first & adapt down to a Kamado - or a kamado first & adapt to tandoor afterwards.
getknk6 h, 2 m ago

Not sure if it's same Brand but my friend has at home and is great. It's …Not sure if it's same Brand but my friend has at home and is great. It's smoking hot for this price [Video]


This video is amazing. One day I gonna get kamado grill
i ordered this last week from Costco, but returning as it’s smaller than i though, you’d struggle to cook more than x4 medium burgers at a time. Not that this is for just cooking burgers, but to give you an idea of cooking surface. I’ve just purchased the next size up (in the world of kamado) 15.7” and i would say that is still small, but is fine for me.
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Throbbo24 m ago

Cooking grid diameter of the Dutch one is 27cm i.e. around 11 inches, so …Cooking grid diameter of the Dutch one is 27cm i.e. around 11 inches, so it's a bit smaller than the Costco one. The Costco one is a better deal, for certain. The Range sells the Akorn Jr kamado for 200 quid which has a grid size around 14 inches and this is one I've considered. Made from steel so a lot lighter and more portable than the ceramic ones though perhaps less long-lasting if you don't look after it. Frustrating thing is that they are less than 130 dollars in the US and, looking on the Kamado Guru forum, many people picked theirs up for 70 dollars or less! Heck, even the full-size Akorn (20 inches) is less than 300 bucks over there. In the UK? 450 flipping quid. Keep hoping that The Range will run an offer on these or a discount code, but no joy thus far.


What's the point if it isn't ceramic?
gnarlybear1 h, 45 m ago

What's the point if it isn't ceramic?


The ceramic insulates so can keep the heat in (not to mention unwanted air out). Good for keeping an even temperature for slow cooking and smoking over many hours or cranking up the temp for searing and so forth. Also very efficient use of charcoal with little wasted heat. The Akorn and other metal kamados use triple - walled steel to do the same thing but with much less weight involved. I think the 20 inch Akorn weighs around 40 kilos compared to 90-odd for a ceramic kamado of equivalent size. If you're going to leave it outside with a cover, a ceramic one will probably last longest. If you are happy to store it in a shed or garage, a metal one should be easy to move in and out.

Don't get me wrong, something like a Kamado Joe reviewed in the video earlier in the thread is excellent but it costs over 800 quid. A large Akorn will do anything that the Kamado Joe will (if you get a similar divide and conquer attachment) but at half the price in the UK and around a quarter of the price in the US!
contactktaylor7 h, 32 m ago

i ordered this last week from Costco, but returning as it’s smaller than i …i ordered this last week from Costco, but returning as it’s smaller than i though, you’d struggle to cook more than x4 medium burgers at a time. Not that this is for just cooking burgers, but to give you an idea of cooking surface. I’ve just purchased the next size up (in the world of kamado) 15.7” and i would say that is still small, but is fine for me. [Image]



Your dog looks worried
Does anyone know how I can purchase this without a membership? Doesn't seem to be a way on the site.
Anyone know when this deal goes live? It's still 199 on the site
Jj_Gg1 h, 52 m ago

Anyone know when this deal goes live? It's still 199 on the site



11th to 24th June
Apologies .... thats my faul
jjBlinky2 h, 45 m ago

11th to 24th June



jordanguest933rd Jun

Does anyone know how I can purchase this without a membership? Doesn't …Does anyone know how I can purchase this without a membership? Doesn't seem to be a way on the site.


apologies
Jj_Gg4 h, 37 m ago

Anyone know when this deal goes live? It's still 199 on the site


Apologies thats my fault..... only read the front of the catalogue dates ....not on the page. Will update start date. Deserve some down votes for this error. Although why they are delaying the start I don't know! 33912624-whC3D.jpg
It looks like you can no longer buy online without a membership. Minimum cost is £15 online membership
still showing as £199.00


price has now been updated


Pit Boss 13.5" (34.3cm) Kamado Grill Ceramic BBQ in BlackItem #1500008 £159.99
Edited by: "Infractionboi" 11th Jun
No longer on website first thing this morning.
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