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Char-Griller Akorn Kamado Kooker Charcoal Grill in Red
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Char-Griller

Akorn Kamado Kooker Charcoal Grill in Red

$308.34 /each

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Dual adjustable dampers for precise air adjustment

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Double-walled, insulated design reduces airflow

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Durable cast iron cooking grates

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The Akorn Kamado Kooker is one of the most versale charcoal grills on the market. Few grills can reach a searing temperature of 700 F and maintain consistent temperatures from 200 to 700 F. This wide range allows the Akorn to cook a wide variety of foods: steaks, fish, chicken, ribs, brisket, bus, pizza, bread and even cookies. The innovate design, with Mulled Patents Pending, utilizes double walled steel with insulation that creates a lighter weight alternate to the heavy and fragile ceramic kamados. In order to generate heat, air must be flowing through the grill and around the coals. Air flow causes food to dry out. With the Akorn insulated design, it retains heat better, requiring less heat and less air flow. Therefore, insulated heat is juicier meat.

  • 306 sq. in. of primary cooking space and a 165 sq. in. warming rack
  • Insulated design means more heat uses less charcoal and less airflow means insulated heat for juicy meat
  • Akorn is the only Kamado style grill with an easy dump ash pan allowing ash to be removed easily from the grill without a mess
  • Locking caster secures grill from moving
  • Unique cart design allows for easy maneuverability around decks, patios and driveways that often have uneven surfaces
  • Folding metal side shelves add a working surface, yet keep the grill footprint small for easy storage
  • Dual adjustable dampers allow for precise air adjustment required for dialing in and maintaining specific temperatures
  • Cast iron cooking grates enhance flavors and heat evenly; will hold up to 23 burgers
  • Durable and heat resistant porcelain coated interior
  • For full warranty details please see the User Manuel located under Info & Guides

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how do i get replacement grills for the akorn grill?

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online or in a store
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June 7, 2016
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Good afternoon.
All replacement parts are available online at www.chargriller.com or over the phone at 912-638-4724.
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Is this large enough to smoke a whole turkey?

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April 26, 2016
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yes; it basically goes below the grill that you will set the turkey on. I'd say a giant turkey-- like 15 pounds or more, might be larger than the stone. you can also use a pizza stone for smoking. same thing.
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December 1, 2015
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Good afternoon.
The Kamado is large enough to smoke a turkey.
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Can I order this and pay for it at a store?

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Reason: I have a Visa Gift card and will want to use it along with my debit card when paying for it.
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July 14, 2015
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For this, you would need to contact Home Depot's customer care or the local store to find out. You may be able to special order it through the store.
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grills grate

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how to git replacement parts, like the gills grate
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http://www.charbroil.com/parts/grates-and-grids
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Rusted out I have owned the Akorn Kooker for 2 years and the ash pan is completely rusted out. I contacted the manufacture and they wanted me to buy a new ash pan for $40.00....what a joke as they said that part wasn't covered under warranty, how convenient! Don't waist your money and buy another brand that won't rust out like mine did. September 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing efficiency, holds its temperature all day, compact footprint, versatile, great bargain This kamado kooker is really great in a lot of ways. I have only smoked on this, not grilled or baked. I was hesitant about getting the "egg" style, because I'd had a long, contented history with a traditional big, puffing, locomotive-engine style black iron smoker with a big offset box. But, I'd spend all day running out there to shovel more coals or wood chunks in like a fireman on a steam locomotive, too. This one? you barely use any lump charcoal, and it puffs away all day. Biggest difficulty is learning to NOT use more than about 2 or 3 (at most) medium sized chunks, (compared to several pounds in a traditional smoker), or you'll have a helluva time getting the temp down from the 350-degree or higher range when you want to smoke (200-220 range). It's that efficient. Once you get the vents and temp set the way you like it, it holds steady at that temp for hours. It was fairly easy to assemble. I don't know how long the gasket will stay good, but that's true of all 'egg' type smokers. Completely mobile on a 3-wheel cart (no moving the locomotive-type cooker); triple-walled insulation means heat AND smoke stay in- once the food is in, it hardly puffs at all, so won't irritate the neighbors when you smoke something all day on a Sunday. Comparatively small, so you can wheel it into the garage or on the porch when you you're done. Seems well-made. Cheaper than others of it's type, because made of different material than much-heavier ceramic, but-- never having cooked on those, this one seems just fine to me. Also, has a larger cooking area inside compared to its circumference, when compared to other cookers of the same size. You can get a lot on there. Only drawback i see: since it "stacks" with the wood in the bottom, and there's no door in the side, you need to put your smoking wood chips or chunks in at the beginning of cooking, and be satisfied with that. Because -- if you're smoking - you then fit the heavy smoking stone above there (same as a pizza stone), then set your drip pan atop that, then the grill over that, and then the meat. So, you're not taking all of that off to add more wood, or more wood chips, once you're cooking. My three smoking outings (twice with chicken, once with pork butt), all yielded much less than expected level of smokiness. I hope i can figure out some tweaks to improve that. I'd recommend this for sure. April 26, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor build quality, even worse customer service. Purchased the Big Red Kamado grill back in August of 2012. When I unpackaged the box I was missing the top cooking grate, middle grate section, and warming rack. This was unfortunate as I had been planning on using it that day. Instead I had to wait 5-7 business days to get these parts with little to no apology for the inconvenience. Yesterday I went to use the grill (which I've used maybe 4-5 times/year) and noticed that there was a split in the steel seam of the ash pan. This will make controlling the temp very challenging. When I looked up the warranty I was pleased to see the "bottom half" of the grill carried a 5 year warranty. When I contacted the company to resolve the issue, I was informed the 5 year warranty only covers the bottom half of the kettle itself. So by detaching the bottom-most portion of the kettle (most susceptible to corrosion and heat) and terming it an accessory item, they don't need to warrant it. I guess this is just another instance of you get what you pay for. Thought about going green initially, and was tempted by the price of this one. Now that I'm facing having to purchase a second once this one falls apart, I'd have been better off just spending the extra on the front end and dealing with a professional company with a high quality product. January 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Grate rusted after three weeks. I have owned this grill for three years now and am finally giving up on it! After the first year, the screws that held the lid on broke. I was able to fix it but did question its durability. More recently, I order a new grate for it. Despite having seasoned the grate according to the instructions and storing the unit under a cover, the grate started rusting after three weeks. I felt that the was not acceptable considering the amount of time. When contacting customer, the only recommendation was to clean off as much as possible and season the grate again. There was not offer to replace them since they were not 'under warranty.' I question the quality of the product and the customer service of the company. May 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Good grill to begin with I loved this grill when I first got it. But into my second year of using it the bottom ash pan was rusting and this year it finally just fell off - It cannot hold its temperature anymore and the insulation is very worn. I would not recommend wasting that much money on a grill that will not last June 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love my Akorn Holds temp well. Easily started. Large griling surface. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing I've had my Acorn grill for 2 years now. It's amazing how much you can control the temperature, to get the food done just right. Our friends are continually throwing hints, trying to find out what I'm cooking next. May 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a great grill I didn't assemble however my boyfriend didn't complain either. I have used this grill and it's fantastic and cute. Lol will post again after a few uses. July 1, 2014
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