2XL Big Green Egg

Big Green Egg 120939

Quick Specs

  • Type: BBQ
  • Style: Charcoal
  • Energy Star Rated: No
The Biggest Green Egg of them all, the unrivaled 2XL EGG can easily handle your family reunion or cookouts with large groups - and is more than large enough to satisfy restaurant and catering needs. You ll need to gather a crowd to tackle all of the ribs, steaks and burgers this EGG can handle ... all at once! You can even roast a suckling pig ... explore all the culinary possibilities with the new 2XL!
Grid Diameter 29 in / 74 cm
Cooking Area 672 sq in / 4336 sq cm
Weight 375 lbs / 170 kg
Assembly Manual Video
35-40 burgers 35-40 burgers
14-16 whole chickens 14-16 whole chickens
18-20 steaks 18-20 steaks
20 mouth-watering racks of rib vertically 20 mouth-watering racks of rib vertically
1 perfectly crisp suckling pig 1 perfectly crisp suckling pig
2XL convEGGtor ® 2XL convEGGtor ®
2XL intEGGrated Nest+Handler 2XL intEGGrated Nest+Handler
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Quick Specs

  • Appearance

  • Type: BBQ
  • Style: Charcoal

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No

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