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Hellrazr Yama Charcoal Grill

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    Hellrazr Yama Charcoal Grill

    First post. Looking to add a charcoal grill to the pellet smoker for searing, grilling kabobs, and perhaps some smokes.

    Anyone had any experience with these? Thoughts on design?

    Made in Canada (Quebec). Heavy solid construction. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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    Looks good to me. Here's what I am using. The Son of Hibachi.

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      I looked at the web site and I could not find a price so that leads me to believe it is expensive?


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      Last edited by Panhead John; May 18, 2021, 02:35 PM.


      • Panhead John
        Panhead John commented
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        If I needed a grill, and am only gonna have one, a kettle grill would be my first choice. You can get a good one with more real estate than that for less than half that price. Plus, you can smoke on it, with an SnS insert.
        Last edited by Panhead John; May 18, 2021, 02:38 PM.

      It's a bit expensive ...661 CAD or around $550 USD. Built like a tank (110 lbs).

      .... the card is 799$ CAD which is quite a bit for a cart tbh...to be released early July 2021 .. but all made in Canada

      Hibachi like, but can add accessories to sear steaks, griddle, ..and even smoke. Just looking for some flexibility.

      Similar in design but not function to another Canadian made BBQ company .. Hamrforge


      Just don't think the Iron Side will have as much flexibility for cooks

      That Son of Hibachi does look sweet!

      ... Was looking at the Weber Kettle Premium...but I'm a sucker for Canadian made ...
      Still waffling.
      Last edited by JohnRain; May 18, 2021, 02:52 PM.


      • Potkettleblack
        Potkettleblack commented
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        Napoleon Kettle then....

      I can't blame you for wanting to buy Canadian, but that's a lot of $$ for a small grill. I'm with the others who recommend a Webber Kettle of some type. With a Slow N Sear, you can cook almost anything including pizza. And there are a lot of accessories available that will add even more usefulness.


        Thanks for the advice guys! I'll try to decide soon!



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