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This is one seriously sturdy smoker. Scroll down and click on the Blaze vs. Ceramic durability test video for some really good fun. They go from dropping it to blowing it up with Tannerite.

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  • brian

    brian 4 years, 1 month ago

    Whoa. Plus it looks bad ass.


    • Razorback

      Razorback 4 years, 1 month ago

      It is definitely different. Price point is high (about $400-500 than its ceramic competitors) but it has features besides the durability that are attractive. I have a Blaze Professional gas grill in my outdoor kitchen and the quality cannot be beat. Their products are built to last.

      Accidentally cracking a ceramic grill is the number one fear because it really can't be repaired. For that reason alone, it might be worthy of consideration but only if you have it in a movable cart/nest that creates more risk of accidents happening. I sold my Big Green Egg and purchased a Primo XL to replace it. Since it is stationary and covered on my patio (and given the fact I do not have children), I think my risk is low. However, too many beers and/or a freak hail storm could change all of that.