Lodge L410 Pre-Seasoned Sportsman’s Charcoal Grill

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Product Code :  B00022OK2A
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Amazon Price: $145.00 $103.90 You save: $41.10 (28%). (as of September 22, 2016 8:52 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

This rugged, charcoal hibachi-style grill is perfect for picnics, tailgating and car camping or patio. A draft door regulates the heat so in addition to grilling or frying. Ideal for anywhere you need a self contained cooking source Coals are accessible behind a flip down door. Grill has two adjustable heights. Seasoned and ready to use.

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Fantastic grill

129 helpful votes
 on April 24, 2015
By R. Johns
Love this thing! Super nice quality. Super nice design. Can’t wait to use it.

Fantastic!

133 helpful votes
 on October 2, 2013
By BigLew
I agree with all the great 5 star reviews. So maybe I can offer some advice or helpful tips for better enjoyment of the grill.

Great for those who love to cook with cast iron!

2 helpful votes
 on September 24, 2013
By Mark B
Great cast-iron grill. We have usually cooked on a typical Weber-type charcoal grill, and we still use that a lot. But this little grill has become our favorite for a quick, fun family grill time. We use a charcoal chimney to get the coals going (half of what we use in the Weber) and sometimes add food-grade wood chips to cook chicken, salmon, burgers, hot dogs, and steak. After grilling, I will remove the grate, add some wood, and we’ll roast marshmallow over a small fire. Clean up is typical for cast iron (no soap, just hot water and light scrubbing). Just be sure to keep the entire grill (not just the grate) well-seaosned. To clean the outside, I use hot water, a soap-free scrub sponge, and then season the body of the grill while it is still warm (so that the water evaporates and the seasoning can sink in). If you like cooking with cast iron, this is a GREAT grill to get. If you do not like cast iron, then this grill likely won’t work for you.

Great grill

4 helpful votes
 on April 1, 2013
By Last minute rise
Great grill, and much cheaper than it is anywhere in a store. With Prime, the shipping was free, so about $40 less than Bass Pro Shop. Don’t bother with the cover; if you leave it outside, it will get some rust on it, unless you are grilling everyday (it’s humid where I live).

Lodge Sportsman Grill

4 helpful votes
 on October 6, 2013
By DAKOTA
I like the way this thing cooks steaks and pork chops but chicken you have to be very careful with, it will burn in a flash. I have to parboil it first and still have to be very tentative to it. The only downside to it in my opinion is cleaning it, if you don’t get on getting rid of the coals right away they have a tendency to collect moisture in the crevises and that’s no good for cast iron. I recommend lining tinfoil at the bottom to make cleanup easier. I have about ten pieces of lodge products and this one requires the most care hands down.

Charcoal Grilling for Two

1 helpful vote
 on September 10, 2014
By DalJ
Needing a charcoal grill and already having a full size gas grill, this appeared to be the right size. It turned out to be perfect for my wife and me, the right size for cooking two steaks. No waste of excess charcoal resulting, its both economical and durable. I put it on a wooden stand which puts it as waist level, perfect for cooking. Each of the working pieces were well designed, functional, and easy to see their function and operation. Cleaning was easy, the amount of charcoal made for the right size fire that results in a grilled steak with minimal flareup. Its also a great travel grill, stashing in the RV a snap. Great design, fully functional, economical, easy to clean…if I had to choose between a new gas grill or this charcoal to cook for two, I would have no hesitancy picking this one…dj

very good grill

1 helpful vote
 on November 25, 2016
By benny stahly
great grill made even better if you use a cake pan as a lid, I also store mine outside in a plastic tote set net to the house , this works very well .

They are the perfect size for grilling for two

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 on July 29, 2017
By Gary
This is my fifth or sixth one of these. They last years if you keep them out of the rain. They are the perfect size for grilling for two. Unlike cast iron cookware, the pre-seasoning is pretty much useless, but attractive. The wire handle is also useless, especially if the grill is still hot. Just take it off. Its good that you can get replacement parts – the grill grate burns away long before body is done.

Excellent Hibachi.

1 helpful vote
 on July 6, 2013
By Frequent Amazon Customer
This is a heavy, well-made grill. It uses a modest number of briquets and has a decent-sized cooking surface for grilling for two or three people. It has two cooking heights for different types of food, although changing the height involves flipping the grate over. If changing the cooking height during grilling, you would obviously have to remove any food from the grate and then flip the grate over with hot mats. The draft door is effective but requires the use of either a utensil or hot mat to remove or adjust it once the grill is hot. The carrying bail-type handle is strong but carries the grill in a non-level position (i.e. front-heavy). The briquet-adding door and the draft door could fall off during transport by the handle. If the briquet-adding-door falls off, hot briquets could fall out too! If you leave the grate outside uncovered, the grate very quickly takes on a patina of rust, despite the pre-seasoning and despite your coating it with cooking oil prior to each use. A grill brush removes most of the rust, but not all. I believe the the only way to prevent such rust is to keep the grate covered outdoors. Overall this is a great hibachi.

All around perfect grill

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 on October 28, 2013
By Zane A. Undercoffer
I should preface this review stating that I have little experience cooking with anything other than electricity and propane. When my big stainless bbq finally started breaking down from use, I started the journey of replacing it. I had been to a few bbq’s that were done exclusively with charcoal and woods and was blown away by the level of flavor, the charring effects you just can’t replicate with propane, and the delightful smoke. Through some research I decided I wanted a grill made of cast iron, and had considered the green egg type grilles but wasn’t in love with the price.

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