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Opinions About Kamado Vision

dbCooperdbCooper Posts: 69
edited 11:38AM in EggHead Forum
My local Ace hardware has had a Kamado Vision on their display floor for well over a year. It's a bit bigger than a large BGE, the Vision having 290 sq/in of cooking area. Price has been $699. until recently, I now see it reduced to $499. and am thinking they'd take less than that.

I've been pondering a medium for those rare occasions when having only a large is just not enough. Wondering now if this Vision might be a viable contender for my overflow cooker.

My problem is I don't know a thing about Kamado Vision products. Their web site (http://www.visiongrills.com) is lacking in details and Google searches have not turned up much. So I'm turning to the forum folks. Anyone familiar with these products? If so, please provide your opinion of them.

Kind regards,
dbCooper

Comments

  • tjvtjv Posts: 3,642
    question is which was/is better designed........your plane heist or this cooker! Since you are still on the lamb (eggforum food reference), the money (plane heist reference but in this instance gaming reference)is on you.........

    t
    www.ceramicgrillstore.com ACGP, Inc.
  • BobSBobS Posts: 2,485
    I do not know anything about them, but I looked at some pictures and they look fine.

    At the end of the day, ceramic grills are ceramic grills and what sets them apart is their guarantee, history of customer service, and after market products. The forum is a plus, but you can see what people are doing regardless what you are cooking on.

    The issue of after market products is the size of the grill, but if are happy cooking in the regular position or perhaps just making a raised grate, you should be able to cook just fine.

    Here is another BBQ site that I like a lot and is not related to any brand, so someone with real experience may be able to help.

    http://addictedtobbq.proboards.com/index.cgi?
  • PhilsGrillPhilsGrill Posts: 2,256
    I think you answered your own questions....
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