Originally Posted by ---k---
Interesting. I didn't know that. Hard to believe they've figured that out. You sure it isn't voodoo?
One last question, how does it adjust for outside temps.? Does it just run colder when it is like 20* outside and you cook longer? Or is there some voodoo magic.
The powder coat has thermo-molecular voodoo granules that expand at cooler
ambient temperatures to provide a less thermally conductive surface. This keeps
the internal temperature perfectly consistent in all weather conditions.
It's pretty cool.