Briquettes heat up slowly  The Lynx Sedona line of built-in grills is designed to integrate into a permanent outdoor kitchen. As such, they do not have their own legs and are not portable. Each user must decide if that is an advantage or disadvantage in their particular case.
The Lynx L500 has a 508-square-inch main grill surface and a 225-square-inch warming rack.
Stainless steel construction
Stainless steel It is the material chosen by many chefs due to its durability and ease of cleaning. Almost all Sedona parts are made of stainless steel, including burners. This makes it sturdy and functional, but still elegant.
Lynx is proud to point out that despite its heavy materials, the lid is very easy to open. It is perfectly balanced on the hinges, so it requires very little effort.
The history of Sedona burners does not end with their material. Since this grill is designed to be integrated into a specially designed pedestal, it can be hooked on dedicated gas lines. It is equally effective with propane or natural gas. If your home already receives natural gas (like most American homes), you don't need to stock up on propane too.
Above the burners is a layer of ceramic briquettes. These ceramic squares absorb heat from the burners and then radiate it evenly throughout the grill. That's great news for the consistency of your kitchen. The downside is that they take a while to heat up, so it is important to preheat the grill.
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Electronics is not something we all associate with barbecue. However, the 21st century waits for no one, so this grill integrates some electrical features. The temperature knobs are illuminated and the inside of the lid features a halogen light, allowing for easy nighttime operation.
When designing your outdoor kitchen, it is important to keep this fact in mind. A 120 volt ground fault interrupter (GFI) outlet must be located next to the grill.
Lynx knows that planning an outdoor kitchen requires precision. Their website features extensive specifications, wiring diagrams, and even CAD diagrams of their products. It is a good idea that everyone involved in the project have access to that information.
The body, grill, and burners carry a lifetime warranty. Gas valves and briquettes are covered for five years. Most other components carry a two-year warranty.