Safety Instructions


Follow the assembly instructions to avoid any damage or incorrect assembly of parts. Activate your guarantee by scanning the QR code or click here. 


Use caution when lighting charcoal, touching the outside of the kamado, or handling hot grill surfaces. Wear heat-resistant gloves such as the High Heat Gloves. Use the Grid Lifter or Grill Clipper to grip and lift hot cooking grids. Place the hot cooking grids in a place where contact with flammable surfaces is avoided. 

Never remove the interior of the kamado when it still contains hot charcoal or is hot. The ceramic and charcoal remain hot for a long time because the kamado insulates so well. Also - do not remove hot charcoal from the Grill Guru. 

Never move a hot Grill Guru from its place of origin. The hot charcoal can cause personal injury or material damage if it falls. 

Be careful when transporting, loading or unloading the Grill Guru. The kamado is heavy and can cause physical injury or material damage if dropped. 

Do not lean on the handle, the bamboo side tables, the base or the hinge of the Grill Guru.  

Take care and be careful when using the Grill Guru. Avoid injury from metal parts: be careful when handling the hinge, top cap and air slide parts to avoid injury from metal edges. 

Prevent flash fires by carefully opening the lid of a lit Grill Guru slightly before opening the entire lid. Slowly lift the lid by about 5 cm so that the air slowly flows in. Take extra care when opening a lit Grill Guru if both air regulators are closed. Dangerously high flames can occur due to the sudden inflow of air. If there are high flames: close the lid and the air vents to control the flames. 

When you have finished grilling, close the top cap and the air vent to shut off the air supply and prevent the kamado from reaching high temperatures again. Be even more careful when you open the lid while the Grill Guru has not yet completely cooled down. Bear in mind that the inflow of fresh air can rekindle the fire.   

Attention for the surroundings!  

Always keep children, pets, clothing or flammable objects away from the Grill Guru when in use. Do not allow children to open the lid or play near the Grill Guru. 

Do not place the Grill Guru on an uneven surface, a slope or a place where it can be knocked over. Lock the caster wheels when the Grill Guru is in place.  

Do not grill on the Grill Guru when the Top Cap is off - the temperature will rise quickly when it is removed. Do not leave the Grill Guru unattended in this case! 

Regularly check the area around the Grill Guru to see if it is not affected by heat transfer. 

The Grill Guru must be used outside, with sufficient air circulation and never inside or near flammable objects. Always follow local laws and regulations. 

Always keep a fire extinguisher or fire blanket close to the Grill Guru in case of fire.  

Bear in mind the risk of fire. Always keep an eye on a lit Grill Guru when the lid is open. Do not place the kamado directly on wood, on the ground or in the vicinity of flammable materials or combustible places; the ceramic can become hot when in use.

Glowing charcoal emits carbon monoxide, which can be extremely dangerous! Never place the Grill Guru in a construction where people or pets are present. Always allow the Grill Guru to cool down and remove the ashes before storing it indoors.   

Product-specific hazards!  

The Grill Guru caster wheels are not designed to roll on uneven or soft ground. Make sure you stand firmly and someone helps you. 

Pull - do not push! Never push the Grill Guru. Place both hands on the hinge and pull the Grill Guru behind you.  

Regularly check whether the bolts are properly secured. Do you move the Grill Guru? Then regularly check the castor wheels and bolts of the stand.   

Never use charcoal briquettes, lighter fluid or other flammable liquids in a Grill Guru; the warranty will lapse. Grill Guru charcoal ignites quickly when a Grill Guru One Minute Lighter is used - so you do not need lighter fluid. 

Never use water to extinguish the charcoal in the Grill Guru.