Many at-home grillers rely on traditional gas grills for cookouts and tailgates. But a gas grill can’t deliver the same level of quality and versatility as a Auplex Kamado Grill.
Heat Point: Auplex Kamado Grill can maintain consistent temperatures up to 700 degrees F. Your typical backyard gas grill only reaches the 500 F range, making it more difficult to get that perfect sear for your steaks.
Quality: Gas grills last maybe 10 years, if you’re lucky. Auplex Kamado grills, however, last a lifetime. They’re more expensive than gas grills, but over a lifetime of grilling the kamado can save you money.
Versatility: Gas grills are good for one thing — grilling. With a Auplex Kamado, however, you can smoke, grill or slow roast any food you’d like. Most Auplex Kamado have features and accessories that allow you to bake pizza, fry eggs and cook a rotisserie chicken.
Flavor: Some people say gas grills impart a slightly bacon-like taste to anything you throw on the grates. Meanwhile, Auplex Kamado give your food a traditional smoky flavor. Plus, you can switch up the flavor by using different types of lump charcoal or spiced wood chips.
Size: If you entertain often, you’ll find you have more cooking surface area on a large gas grill. However, some large Auplex Kamado are just as big as gas grills. And the smaller models are more portable, so you can take them camping.
Post time: Dec-30-2022