When Lynx began in 1996, they were committed to elevating outdoor cooking to a new level. The professionals who started Lynx had over 30 years experience manufacturing products for the restaurant industry, and they set out to engineer products with the same characteristics as their commercial products.

Lynx's initial product offering included the Lynx Professional Grill, access door, side burners, and a cocktail station. These products were made of stainless steel and built exclusively for outdoor use. The designers at Lynx knew their products would need to be built for heavy use and withstand extreme weather conditions. The grills are constructed using a special welding technique, which has no gaps or seams where moisture and grease can accumulate. Not only is a Lynx grill nice to look at, but the welding technique also makes them easy to clean.

Lynx Gas Grill Photos Soon after Lynx created their grills, a trend emerged. Outdoor grilling had been a popular activity for decades, but now consumers were taking their kitchens outdoors, and they wanted the same kitchen equipment in an outdoor setting. Lynx aspired to help consumers create the luxurious outdoor kitchen of their dreams. They introduced a line of additional products built to the same standards as their grills, and all with a sleek stainless steel look.

At Lynx, innovation is a core value. Lynx engineers have introduced a number of features which are "firsts" in the industry while others follow. Put simply, Lynx is a trend-setter. They constantly seek product improvements to ensure that all customers have the ultimate Lynx experience. One such innovation is Lynx's hood assist kit. The grill hood has a seesaw-like balance and it opens and closes with a light touch, despite weighing nearly 40 lbs.

Fine craftsmanship is an expectation at Lynx. The craftsmen begin as apprentices on the shop floor. After three years of working on the parts of the grill you don't see, only then do they work on the ones you do.