Weber Barbecues introduces product for Kamado cooking trend

by | Jan 21, 2021 | News | 0 comments

Weber’s latest barbecue, the Weber Summit® Kamado, fits the trend for modern ceramic ‘eggs’ which use the traditional Kamado cooking method.

Available from January 2021, the Weber Summit® Kamado is designed to deliver temperatures at speed, with consistency, precision and with less fuel than a traditional barbecue. 

With an extra large 24” cooking area the versatile Summit® Kamado appeals to those entertaining.

Weber’s Rapidfire lid damper boosts air flow to quickly achieve high heat and ensure precision temperature control, whilst the durable, dual-walled insulated steel design with porcelain-enameled finish helps retain heat and moisture for sensational all-day smoking and and low and slow style cooking. With a simple reposition of the fuel grate the Weber Summit® Kamado can quickly sear steaks or grill vegetables.

As well as an extra large 24″ cooking area, the Summit® Kamado has One-Touch cleaning system and high-capacity removeable ash-catcher, built in thermometer, tool hooks and swivel castors. The Weber Summit® Kamado  is also compatible with Weber’s Gourmet BBQ System (GBS).

Weber Summit® Kamado is available in two models the E6 Charcoal Grill (RRP £999) and the S6 Charcoal Grill Centre (RRP £1,799) which features an additional snap-jet gas ignition system lighting coals in just 15 minutes and an integrated work station.

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