At Lynx, innovation is an important component of the company. Innovation at Lynx is a result of continuous design and engineering excellence. Lynx strives to make improvements that help you cook better or make the grill easier to use. While other grill manufacturers may have a similar feature, Lynx focuses on doing it better. Excellence is the expectation. Here are some unique and innovative features, many of which are exclusive to Lynx.
Most grill manufacturers use mechanical fasteners during construction. Lynx craftsmen use heli-arc welding to seamlessly weld pieces of stainless steel together into an integrated body. This type of assembly is free of gaps and seams preventing the accumulation of moisture and grease. The design is durable, easy to clean, and it helps give Lynx that distinctive appearance.
Quality and performance are design principles at Lynx. On a first impression of a Lynx, the first thing noticed is the gleaming stainless steel. When lifting the grill hood, you will notice you can do it with a single finger. It weighs nearly 40 pounds, but with the Lynx Hood Assist Kit and its seesaw-like balance, the hood opens and closes effortlessly.
Ignition is always a critical component on a grill. Lynx uses a hot element precisely above the burner port to ignite the burner quickly and safely. No more worrying about lighting the grill.
Countless other grills use tubular steel burners. Lynx casts their burners in ceramic, which is more efficient in holding and radiating high temperatures, and will never rust or corrode. Lynx also uses ceramic briquettes that are clipped into place above the ceramic burners, which results in an extremely even cooking surface.
A searing burner is what creates those exquisite grill marks on a restaurant steak. Although many grills have infrared searing burners, they only offer two settings - high or off. The Lynx Trident infrared burner offers the most variable temperatures (high to low) of any other infrared burner on the market. Use it on high to sear a thick cut of beef, then turn it down when you are cooking a delicate dish like scallops.
When grilling, food should be at very even and consistent temperatures. If you've ever used a grill on a windy day, you know how difficult it can be to maintain a steady temperature. Lynx has patented a design that allows the grill to vent properly and deflects the wind.
Lynx uses blue LED lights to illuminate the control knobs. Under the hood, ultra-bright halogen lights illuminate the grilling surface. You won't have to grill with a flashlight again.
Select models of Lynx grills include FlameTrak, a groundbreaking safety technology developed by Lynx to address and eliminate gas grill accidents. FlameTrak monitors the flame on your Lynx grill using sensors. If a flame fails to ignite or blows out, the sensor will try to relight the burner for 13 seconds. If the flame does not relight after 13 seconds the gas supply is shut off, and a red light will turn on indicating an error with the flame.