Victory® Kamado Comparison Chart

With a name like Victory, you’d expect the kamado grill in question to stand out from the pack when it comes to helping backyard grillers savor the moments that matter. We’re proud to report the Victory kamado grill lives up to its billing — and we’ve got the evidence to prove it. To help you quickly make the comparison for yourself, we’ve lined up the Victory charcoal kamado next to its main Premium-class competitors in the handy comparison chart below. It’s the relative newcomer pitted against two of the biggest names in the kamado industry, and the results show Victory is indeed worthy of its name.

Compare everything from materials and warranty to size and features, making note of what matters most for your ideal kamado grilling experience. There’s even a side-by-side of included accessories, if that’s the type of thing that typically moves your needle one way or the other. At the end of the day, our goal is to share as much information as possible so you can make an informed decision — because being able to shop at a glance is a little victory worth celebrating.

Available Configuration

Cooking Grid Material

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Total Grilling Area

346 Sq. Inches

280 Sq. Inches

254 Sq. Inches

Ceramic Thickness

1 1/4"


1 1/4"

Spring Assisted





  • Limited Lifetime - Ceramic Parts
  • 5 Years - Metal Parts
  • 1 Years - Thermometer
  • 1 Years - Gasket
  • Limited Lifetime (20 Year Guarantee) - Ceramic Parts
  • 5 Years - Metal Parts (except Cast Iron)
  • 1 Year - Cast Iron Parts
  • 1 Years - Valves and Knobs
  • 1 Years - Accessories
  • Limited Lifetime - Ceramic Parts
  • 5 Years - Metal Parts
  • 5 Years - Cast Iron Parts
  • 3 Years - Electronic Components
  • 2 Years - Thermometer
  • 2 Years - Gasket
  • 2 Years - Miscellaneous Parts

Accessories Included

Grill Cover, Ash Scraper, Grate Lifter, and Screwdriver

Ash Tool and Grate Lifter

Grate Gripper, Ash Tool, Flexible Cooking Rack, and Heat Deflector

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