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Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Sportsman'S Grill With Coal Door, L410 Hibachi

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Most helpful positive review
Grills evenly being cast iron
I have a larger grill, but most of the time, I can get away with using something smaller and this fits the bill. The grate is cast iron which seems to heat up more evenly and produce more uniform grilling results. Lodge did update the grill with handles, so I chose not to install the loop handle that came with it. Be sure to coat some oil on the grate before grilling. I prefer Avocado oil because of it's high smoke point. I highly recommend this grill.
Most helpful negative review
9 customers found this helpful
Poor Packaging and Missing Parts
The grill was not in the original box and was missing 3 of 8 of the parts-unusable after paying $93. Took it to a Walmart and got a cash refund then went to a shelf in the store where it was on Clearance! Bought this one for half the price-that made up for the inconvenience. The grill is awesome-great heavy duty materials and cooks an awesome steak!
Most helpful positive review
Grills evenly being cast iron
I have a larger grill, but most of the time, I can get away with using something smaller and this fits the bill. The grate is cast iron which seems to heat up more evenly and produce more uniform grilling results. Lodge did update the grill with handles, so I chose not to install the loop handle that came with it. Be sure to coat some oil on the grate before grilling. I prefer Avocado oil because of it's high smoke point. I highly recommend this grill.
Most helpful negative review
9 customers found this helpful
Poor Packaging and Missing Parts
The grill was not in the original box and was missing 3 of 8 of the parts-unusable after paying $93. Took it to a Walmart and got a cash refund then went to a shelf in the store where it was on Clearance! Bought this one for half the price-that made up for the inconvenience. The grill is awesome-great heavy duty materials and cooks an awesome steak!
1-5 of 264 reviews

Grills evenly being cast iron

I have a larger grill, but most of the time, I can get away with using something smaller and this fits the bill. The grate is cast iron which seems to heat up more evenly and produce more uniform grilling results. Lodge did update the grill with handles, so I chose not to install the loop handle that came with it. Be sure to coat some oil on the grate before grilling. I prefer Avocado oil because of it's high smoke point. I highly recommend this grill.

Practical and Portable Cast Iron Grill

Like all cast iron products, this grill is perfect. I wish it came with a lid, but it is hibachi style. I wrap everything in foil to smoke my food. I also use as a small fire pit for my kids to roast marshmallows. Very low maintenance. Love it.

Lodge Sportsman's Grill

I have a Weber charcoal grill, but sometimes I just want to grill a steak or piece of chicken for myself and wife. This is perfect. We have had it a week and I've used it 3 times. Love it.

Inside the house grill

I bought this so I could grill indoors. Inside my masonry fireplace It is as well made as I could expect from Lodge and worked perfectly

Probably the best hibachi on the market

I have occasionally read poor reviews about this grill based on it burning fuel too quickly or not being able to maintain low temperatures. It's not a smoker, obviously. It's a hibachi type grill and probably the best one available. I love it. It burns hot, 375-600 degrees depending on the kind and amount of fuel you use and could surely go higher if you desired. It's not huge, but doesn't claim to be and is portable. But at over 30 lbs. I wouldn't say it's packable. I use it at home or camping and love it.

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by tanusMarch 23, 2013


1. So far that's all I've used. Taste like food was cooked over a campfire
by GRosencrans
2. THE CHAMBER IS RATHER SMALL TO USE WOOD , IT IS REALLY DESIGNED FOR CHARCOAL BRICKETTES OR NATURAL CHARCOAL.
by SQUIRRELLHUNTER
3. Yes. Absolutely.
by Lodge Product Expert
4. I bought my Lodge Sportsman Grill just for that purpose. I have ample hardwood on my property and if charcoal gets to be scarce, I'll be grillin' when others can't.
by Chardavelli
5. Yes but not ideal.
by lighthouse63
6. NO
by DanDanTheMaintenanceMan
7. Yes, I use lump charcoal... Lump charcoal with small pieces of your favorite smoke-wood...
by G8sDiva
8. I suppose you can. You will get a very hot fire that won't last long. There might be a possibility of cracking the cast iron. If that happens, it's nearly impossible to repair
by ZiggyFL
9. I don't see why not as long as you can cook your meal with the wood. The grill itself can handle charcoal or wood. Best purchase I made in a long time!
by maryr1
10. Yes, the wood would have to be cut up in small pieces. I use real charcoal meaning its chunks of charred wood instead of briquettes. It works great!
by BuyerCT
11. I have a different brand but essentially the same thing. I've been using oak branches (lot of oaks on property) in mine for the last 25 years. Won't even consider using charcoal. Best tasting burgers, hot dogs, and steaks. Let the wood burn down to coals and you're good to go.
by oneeye1992
12. I would not. This was built for slow cooking.
by PrairieChef
13. Probably not enough room to use wood but you could use a wood smoker on top of the coals for smokey flavor.
by tlwolf
14. In theory, yes. But the well is kind of small and you would need to burn the wood in a pit or fireplace to generate the coals first. Works great with high quality coals or lump charcoal like mesquite. Wood cooking requires a large firebox.
by backyardsleeper
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Last answer: April 28, 2013

by frenaOctober 30, 2012


1. No it is intended for outdoor use as it has a live fire and fumes.
by corneybean
2. NO , NO, NO. THIS GRILL USES CHARCOAL OR WOOD FOR A HEAT SOURCE, IT WILL CREATE LOTS OF SMOKE AND DEADLY CARBON MONOXIDE. NEVER USE IT INSIDE
by SQUIRRELLHUNTER
3. Lodge recommends for outside use.
by Lodge Product Expert
4. No it is a Charcoal Grill. It is strictly an outdoor piece of equipment.
by ChicagoB
5. No by no means. Outside only.
by BootsSassy
6. No, it should not be used in the house because it's a small hibachi, it uses charcoal briquettes. It would smoke the house up, so no, definitely not.
by kywoman01
7. No. You should never use flammables in the house! Use it outside to avoid risk of fire and to be sure fumes are well vented.
by lighthouse63
8. Very bad idea, you risk carbon monoxide poisining
by NilesII
9. No, you must place this item on concrete because of the heat factor.
by DanDanTheMaintenanceMan
10. Absolutely NOT!!! Burning charcoal produces carbon monoxide. It is lethal!!
by ZiggyFL
11. I used my grill in the garage, with the door open for air circulation and stay by it until my food is done. Then take the grill outside for cool down. Please (Always use safety).
by PrairieChef
12. no, do not use indoors!
by tlwolf
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Last answer: May 2, 2013

by jadejadeMarch 2, 2014


1. I would not put this on a wood table. If you want it elevated, use cinderblocks
by leafhat
2. I have mine on a wooden table with a cookie sheet under it
by TampaTwin
3. I bought this grill and I had a small sturdy wooden chair for outside so I got 4 bricks and set them on the chair and put the grill on top. You can set the grill on an outside table but you will need something under it to stop the heat from burning whats under it unless you set the grill on the ground or cement. It doesn't get that hot underneath but I wouldn't take the chance. Or build an outside table out of treated lumber.
by cloud40
4. wood table is fine gets hot but not that hot
by shagey
5. The Lodge Heavy Duty Cast Iron Sportsman's Grill is entirely made of cast iron and the whole grill will get extremely hot. It should be used with extreme care and on a surface that extreme high heat will not hurt.
by Lodge Product Expert
6. I use cinder blocks..I was afraid where the heat radiates all over that the legs would get just as hot...I'm over cautious I guess
by vitocat07
7. sturdy, fireproof table
by Hufis
8. The grill is great for two.. the legs are wrought iron and do get hot. We have a clay tile topped table, we placed an aluminum splash under the unit, and we are off and running.
by SeniorII
9. if you're using a wood table, I would put bricks under the grill. It gets pretty hot
by toyhaulercampr
10. I find it not inconvenient to use on the ground because the meat is about 10 inches up, However when I do put it on a wood picnic table, I put a layer of tin foil down to prevent any damage to the table, shiny side up.
by Viper39
11. I would not recommend using this grill on a flammable surface as the heat is pretty intense. Use non-flammable material between the grilling surface and the grill.
by arizonaheatuser
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Last answer: June 11, 2014

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