Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy Black
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy or Charcoal Dispenser was designed to store, protect, and even conveniently dispense charcoal briquettes. Kingsford engineered the Charcoal Kaddy to be weather-proof which protects your charcoal investment when you need to save space by storing it outside by the grill.
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It’s now available in a variety of sizes to hold most of the common bag sizes of Kingsford Charcoal. It can range in price from as low as $14.99 for the small 8-pound capacity model to as much as $32.99 for the 40-pound capacity Charcoal Kaddy.
You can usually find them at the same retail stores you find Kingsford charcoal on sale. This includes Target, Lowe’s, Home Depot, Ace Hardware, and Walmart.
The lighter models might have a slightly lower storage capacity, but they let you easily pick them up to use as a direct dispenser. A larger 24 or 40-pound capacity Charcoal Kaddy might be too large for the average person to simply pick up and pour into a charcoal chimney.
What Is a Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy Black?
Also known as the Kingsford Charcoal Dispenser, the Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy was engineered to help safely store, protect, and dispense charcoal briquettes. The Charcoal Kaddy was designed to be completely weather-proof, which lets you store your briquettes outside near the grill with confidence.
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy has a convenient flip-top lid, with EZ-grip handles. It’s also made from recycled plastic resin to reduce its carbon footprint.
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy is available in a variety of sizes from the smaller Charcoal Dispenser which will hold 8 to 10 pounds of charcoal at a time, to larger versions that can hold 20 or up to 40-pounds of charcoal briquettes at a time.
Just bear in mind that the larger versions, might hold more, but they tend to be ungainly when it comes to dispensing charcoal briquettes. You might end up having to pull briquettes out of the flip-top lid, rather than pouring them out like you can easily do with the smaller 8-pound dispenser.
How Do You Use a Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy Black?
You can easily remove the lid from the Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy to dump the briquettes directly into the container. If you want to minimize the charcoal dust in the bin, you can always use a scissors to just cut the top off the bag and seat it perfectly into the dispenser.
The dimension of most Kingsford charcoal dispenser closely matches the dimensions of the bags they fit. The only exception is the 40-pound capacity Charcoal Kaddy, where you will need to pour the briquettes in to make the most out of its storage potential.
When you’re ready to grill, you can pop open the door on the lid. Smaller dispensers let you lift it up by the handles to directly pour the charcoal into a charcoal chimney or the firebox of your grill.
If you have a larger Charcoal Kaddy, you might need to take the charcoal out by hand or attempt to lift a full 20 or 40-pound dispenser.
Once you’ve taken out the volume of charcoal you need, you can seal the lid door. The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy was designed to be weatherproof to keep your charcoal briquettes safely dry, even when stored outside.
Are Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy Blacks Only for Unlit Charcoal?
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy is only meant to hold dry charcoal briquettes. You should keep it away from heat and flames to prevent melting the plastic, which could ruin the weatherproofing of the dispenser.
How Much Are Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy Blacks?
The smallest version of the Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy, with an 8-pound maximum capacity sells for around $14.99 to $16.99.
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy, with a 12-pound maximum capacity sells for around $16.99 to $18.99.
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy, with a 24-pound maximum capacity sells for around $16.99 to $19.99.
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy, with a 40-pound maximum capacity sells for around $22.99 to $32.99.
Where Can You Buy Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy Blacks
You can buy the Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy at many of the same national and regional retail stores that sell Kingsford charcoal briquettes. This includes Target, Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, Scheels, Tractor Supply and Runnings, just to name a few.
Is The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy Worth It?
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy is worth it, if you’re the type of person who tries to save space inside the house, by storing your charcoal briquettes outside by the grill. It’s designed to be weatherproof, to keep your charcoal safe from the rain, which pays for itself in the course of one strong storm.
If you’ve got room in the house, shed or garage or a waterproof sealable tote bin to store your charcoal briquettes, then the Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy is more of a luxury grilling accessory, than a “Must Have” item.
Also known as the Kingsford Charcoal Dispenser, the Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy is designed to store, protect, and even dispense charcoal briquettes. It’s made largely from recycled plastic and was designed to be weather-proof enough to let you store your charcoal outside by the grill.
Kingsford has recently diversified the lineup of Charcoal Kaddys to fit a variety of volumes, related to popular sizes Kingsford Charcoal bags. They range in price from around $14.99 for the 8-pound capacity dispenser to as much as $32.99 for the 40-pound capacity Charcoal Kaddy.
You can usually find them at the same retail stores you find Kingsford charcoal on sale. This includes Target, Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, Scheels, Tractor Supply, Runnings and other select retailers.
The Kingsford Charcoal Kaddy is great for storing charcoal outside and saving space in your garage. Though it might not be necessary if you already have a sealable waterproof tote to keep your charcoal briquettes in.
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