No made in Arkansas
Yes, and very accurate. You will love this grill for smoking, grilling and anything you want to do when it comes to outdoor cooking the last charcoal grill you will ever have to purchase, very pleased with mine, use it about 50 times a year
The weight is 105 pounds.
The cooking area of this grill is 360 sq. inches.
Yes you can use just everything charcoal some would burn hotter then others , that being said just experiment.
There is a ash plug hole at the rear that you put a receptacle underneath and sweep the ashes into. This model weighs 90 pounds.
It is cast aluminum! It will last for years!
I have shopped kamados and a few of them can cook all night low and slow without additional fuel. For brisket or pork shoulder, which can take 12 hours, the PK360 needs more fuel every 4 hours, based on what I've read. A good Kamado, like Kamado Joe Big Joe is about $1,700. PK360 is about $800. Then there is the Blaze 20 solid aluminum Kamado at about $2,500 which is a goddess to behold. If I win the lottery I will buy the Blaze20, but right now I think PK360 is the best value.
The grill capsule weighs 57lbs., & the pedestal weighs 13lbs, & the black durabilium shelves weighs 10lbs. Keep in mind the great thing about the grill, it is portable & you can easily set it up, take a part, & use the grill/smoker capsule without the stand...
360 square inches.