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    Slow 'n Sear Sale

    I'm interested in purchasing the Slow 'n Sear grill & I see that they are on sale right now (10% off). Does anyone know if they usually have a better sale close to summer (Memorial Day), or is this a good deal?
    Should I wait, or strike while the [kettle] is hot?

    Good deal IMO. I’d take it.


      I don't think I've seen too many seasonal sales for the SNS stuff. I think that 10% is only through today.

      If you want to save some money, get the one with the regular SNS and not the deluxe version. The deluxe just adds a grid to the bottom, which you don't really need unless moving it around full of charcoal, and a removable water reservoir. I've had the original style with the non-removable resevoir for 3+ years now, and don't regret it.
      Last edited by jfmorris; January 25, 2021, 10:10 PM.


        Looks like if Shem didn't order it before midnight last night, he's out of luck until the next sale. The 10% on all items is over - now its moved on to a discount on bundles (they were excluded before). I am sure a 10% off ought to happen between now and summer. They didn't have one last year, but the Kamado and kettle were both pretty new a year ago. I think the kettle didn't ship until last summer maybe?


        • Shem
          Shem commented
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          I posted on the other thread, but I did decide to order the SnS last night! Hopefully it'll be a quick adjustment to cooking on coals!

        • jfmorris
          jfmorris commented
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          Shem great! The biggest adjustment (for me) would be that you need to plan an extra 15-20 minutes for the grill to be ready. Assuming you preheat your gas grill for 15, charcoal takes 30 or so to be ready, so just 15-20 longer than gas at the start of a cook.

          Something else I would recommend - when you go to buy charcoal, buy a Weber chimney and some Weber starter cubes. Do not EVER buy lighter fluid.

        They've done 10% off, on a pretty regular basis. I think they did it right before Christmas too.
        I've not seen them have MORE than 10% off, but I haven't paid close attention.

        I'm sure they'll do another one soon.


          It's worth while either way...I can't believe there was a time when I didn't have one.



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