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Primo Kamado Charcoal Grill Review

This classic ceramic grill has no fancy features, but offers good grilling performance.

$1,860.00 at Amazon
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Introduction

When humans first harnessed the power of fire, we suspect they were using a grill similar to the Primo Kamado 779. It's a simple charcoal grill that uses a ceramic vessel instead of the usual metal. This gives it a distinctly rustic—even stone age—feel, but it performs well.

Comparable Products

Before you buy the Primo Kamado 779, take a look at these other charcoal grills.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Performance
  4. Features & Usability
  5. Weber Performer Charcoal Grill Comparison
  6. Vermont Castings VCS401SSP Comparison
  7. Weber Summit S-420 Comparison
  8. Conclusion