Big Green Egg XXL Grill [Reviews]

User Rating: 2.0 (49 votes)

About Big Green Egg XXL Grill

The Big Green Egg XXL Grill is a commando-style ceramic charcoal grill, that is designed for all cooking occasions. Set-up for barbequing hamburgers and hotdogs, and slow cooking foods, this amazing grill can ultimately handle any type of cooking need for a large group of people or a small gathering. Whether you want to make finger foods, or a full course meal, this all-in-one smoker completely stands out from all rest. It’s easy to turn on, and easy to adjust the temperature to exactly how you want it. Also, the easy opening and closing lid, makes accessing your food faster and safer to use. Perfect for patios, backyards, front yards, or decks, the Big Green Egg XXL is your solution for picnics, and tailgating whenever you want. Have the best family barbeque ever, and it’s possible with this product! Guaranteed!

If you like to grill outdoors, the Green Egg XXL Grill is perfect for you. Have the best cooking experience, and make foods that you’ll enjoy every time. This product is dangerous for small children and we advise customers to be aware of safety hazards, and all warnings. If you are hesitant about buying the grill, than it’s best that you do more research, and make sure its the right buy for you and your family. For more information, or questions you may have, you can read the customer reviews or call, and speak to a customer service line.

Big Green Egg XXL Grill Pricing and Details

  • Cooking Surface Area: 672 sq in / 4336 sq cm
  • Weight: 460lbs /209 kg
  • Height:2″ / 102cm
  • Color: Green
  • Inventor: Ed Fisher
  • Price: $1149
  • External EGG diameter: 42″ / 106cm
  • External EGG diameter (Including the hinge and handle): 56″/142cm
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Positive Experiences

  • I think for restaurant owners or caterers, the XXL would be very useful. For me personally, I have been able to cook everything that I have wanted to just fine with my large.
  • I have owned an appreciated the Big Green Egg for about six months now. I think claims of being easy to light and ready in ten minutes may not be exactly accurate, but with a little practice and reading, it is easy to use and food turns out great. Everything comes out juicy and smokey and it is easy to adjust smoke flavor by adding more or fewer wood chips.
  • I purchased a large Big Green Egg grill/smoker for my husband for father’s Day. He enjoys grilling and, while I consider myself a very good cook, I have never mastered the outdoor grill. The Egg promised to be idiot-proof, so I thought it would be a purchase we could both enjoy.The Egg is fascinating. Its history is rooted back to Japanese and Chinese ceramic cookers. The Egg is made of ceramic that are stronger than ordinary clay ceramics and can withstand very high temperatures without weakening. The ceramics of the Egg are patented and come with a lifetime warranty.The ceramics of the Egg retain, circulate and radiate heat evenly, eliminating the need for a rotisserie. It also guards against food shrinkage and foods stay moist and flavorful.

Negative Experiences

  • I think the Mother ship is using this XXL Egg as a final resting place for the “die-hard” eggers. They aren’t actually manufacturing these for cooking purposes
  • I’ve had my Large BGE for over eight years now, and I’ve come to enjoy it as one of my prize possessions.  I’ll admit that I initially was disappointed in its performance.
  • My wife bought me one for Christmas. Before this I just always used a regular charcoal grill with great results. This thing is too expensive. My last grill was a cast-iron from Winn-Dixie-cost about $50, did a great job, and lasted 10 years. The results from the BGE aren’t any better. The BGE is way too hard to light and needs special charcoal. In fact everything it needs is special. Forget about running down to the corner grocery for charcoal and stuff. I think people rave about it because they are ashamed to admit how much they paid for it. I will suggest saving your money for meaningful things.
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