Primo grills are smokers made of ceramic and based on the design on the very old Kamado style cooker. Being able to hold temperatures of 175 up to 695 degrees even in the winter is quite impressive.
The people that cook on a Primo grill will tell you with confidence that the food just taste better.
Being that the smoker will come up to temperature within 10 minutes make for a quick meal and very easy to start. And the moisture that is contained inside the cooker will keep your food from drying out and keep the juice flowing so that every meal will be consistent with texture and taste.
The quality and consistency come from its advanced design. Made from a hi-tech ceramic material, Primo heats up fast and gives you the brick oven style cooking effect as it seals in the heat and keeps air out making sure that the meat never dehydrate or cooks too fast. Controlling the temperature is a breeze as well because you have an air inlet at the top and also the bottom to let oxygen flow through the chamber in turn fueling the fire.
The only supplies you will need is charcoal and some paraffin starters so no need for lighter fluid or lugging a heavy propane tank to get it refilled.