A Charcoal Grill is not included it is only the Pizza oven attachment.
The NEW Gen III kettleCADDY Pizza Oven was released in 2020! Here at kettleCADDY, we are continuously striving to upgrade and improve our product range to ensure that we stay relevant to our customer demands. Since 2011 we have gone through various progressive development phases of the kettleCADDY Pizza Oven and to effectively provide the sustainability and longevity of our products, we decided to change all the grip handles of our products from wood to ABS plastic. This was truly a step in the right direction and was well received by our customers.
kettleCADDY Pizza Oven is not a Weber Pizza Oven. However, it is designed to convert the 57cm Weber into an effective woodfired Pizza Oven. The Pizza Oven and all its accessories are made of food-grade Stainless Steel with ABS handles and is covered with a 5-YEAR FACTORY WARRANTY. The kettleCADDY Pizza Oven and its accessories are made in South Africa and is very affordable. Owning a pizza oven is NO LONGER just for the elite – YOU can own one too!
So often people ask me why I chose kettleCADDY as the name of our product? Well, I am glad that you too are curious about the answer – it is first to tickle your curiosity!
However, there is also bit of “method in the madness” and the actual reason for the name, kettle [is because our oven fits on a kettle grill) CADDY [a caddy is generally
an object that is portable] and that is exactly the idea: - you can use your kettleCADDY Pizza Oven with your charcoal kettle grill anywhere you wish – AND it
fits in the trunk of your car. So, take it to the beach, picnic area, campsite or on your patio.
Ours is about 3 feet by 3 feet, and on our left is the account's block. The marketing block is down the hall.
We're joking. Obviously.
Ours is at least 5 by 5, and on Wednesdays we're allowed to write in coffee shops to maintain the illusion that we're "successful" and "writerly".
Coming up with a write-up for the simple sake of a write-up does, however, become difficult when we're staring complete lack of creativity right in the face. But apparently asking management to cancel all the deals for the day isn't a viable fix.
As they so delicately put it, it'd be like a comedian having the option to suddenly cancel a show if they're not feeling up to it. Not on our watch, they said. You'll do a write-up whether you like it or not, they said. And be funny, they said.
So here we are, doing a write-up and being funny.