|Assembled Depth (in.)||19 in||Assembled Height (in.)||8.1259 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||9 in|
|Accessories Included||No Additional Items Included||Assembly Required||No|
|Color||Cast Iron||Front/Side Shelf||None|
|Grill Color Family||Black||Grill Grate/Surface Material||Cast Iron|
|Grill Material||Cast Iron||Grill Wheels||None|
|Grill/Smoker Category||Portable||Grill/Smoker Features||Adjustable Air Vents|
|Grill/Smoker Fuel Type||Charcoal||Ignition Type||No Ignition System|
|Outdoor Living Product Type||Charcoal/Wood Grill||Primary Cooking Space (sq. in)||150|
|Product Weight (lb.)||27||Returnable||90-Day|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings||Overall Grill Warranty||No Warranty|
A: Ours came with no cover so we store it inside our larger Aussie Walkabout grill which has a lid. I'm not 100% sure, but I think you can purchase a cover.
A: There is no cover included
A: No it is just the pit
A: No. This grill needs to be kept inside when not in use, out of the rain and moisture. I put mine in my work shed. Best to avoid rust. This is cast iron.
A: No, what you see us what you get. It’s fairly lightweight so easy to clean or put away for storm or end of season- although some of my best barbecuing has been in light rain or snow! The last one I had like this lasted 30+ years and it was kept outside year round!
A: Yes. I have used both
A: I do but you need to pay attention local conditions and ordinances! I live in a fairly high risk fire area so monitoring is very tight. The cooking surface can sit in one of two positions - on one inch spindke legs or flush to the surface. When laid flat and flush the gaps are about 1/2 inch which generally meets fireplace chimney standards - wood can spark, charcoal won’t, so if burning dried wood and lical conditions allow fires in your fireplace, it should be safe enough for this grill.
A: I don’t see any reason you couldn’t use wood chips.
A: You sure can but you need to use a lot and burn it down to the coals. Avoid softwoods.
A: Yes, you can use wood chunks instead of charcoal.
A: This is a cast iron grill and gets very hot. A friend of ours puts his on cement blocks.
A: It needs to be placed on a surface which will not burn.
A: The counter needs protection from the grill. Place some pavers under the grill to insulate
A: @Don - The grill base will get very hot while cooking so it is best to place the grill on a surface which will not burn. It is not recommend to be placed directly onto a wood table/counter top. Thanks, Lodge Customer Care
A: This is a product of USA.
Sign up for emails & save 10% on select home decor. Valid on select items.