Sedona by Lynx vs Lynx Professional Grills Comparison

We are going to review the differences between the Lynx by Sedona L600PSR vs Lynx Professional Grills L36TR

Sedona by Lynx L600PSR 36" Built-in Grill

 Lynx L36PSR Built-in Grill
Grill Size36"36"
Number of Main Burners33
Main Grilling Area618 Primary640 Primary
Burner Type18-SR Stainless Tube BurnersCast Ceramic
Main Burner BTU's23,00025,000
Smoker BoxNoYes
IgnitionBattery OperatedElectric Hot Surface
Hood AssistYesYes
Interior LightsOneTwo
Control Panel LightingBlue LEDBlue LED
Heat Distribution SystemCeramic BriquettesCeramic Briquettes
Temperature GaugeYesYes
Cutout Width35"35"
Cutout Depth21"22"
Cutout Height10"10.13"

Lynx is the worlds most luxurious Grill line in the market, top of the line engineering, top of the line craftsmanship and top of the line quality. When they introduced the Sedona line, they enabled their world-class luxury affordable to the masses. 

The Sedona is a scaled down version of its parent Lynx. There is no compromise in quality. We love that they manufactured the Sedona to be recognizable with keeping the design and look Lynx is known for. 

The biggest differences we found in the Grill is the Burners, Prosear and the Ignition. 

The Lynx Grill uses a Cast Ceramic Burner an upgrade from the Brass Burners that it has been known for since the inception of the brand. The heavy cast ceramic burners have 25,000 BTU's and are manufactured of Cordiarite Ceramic which structurally durable for optimal thermal shock resistance. This burner requires no port clearing. Hot  surfaces of burner cleans whenever burner is on by vaporizing drippings. It burns hotter with more even and consistent heat.

The Sedona uses a Stainless Steel U shaped Tube Burner with 23,000 BTU's. They are so close that both grills will get exceptionally hot. The Sedona's Main Burner BTU rating is much higher than their competitors (Artisan and Delta Heat). Warranty on the Sedona Burner is 12 years vs Lynx Lifetime.

The Sedona uses the standard style of Prosear1 burner which is rectangular in shape. Lynx is consistently innovating new features and their Prosear Burner is one of those items. Lynx used the traditional rectangular sear burner in the past and redesigned theirs to the exclusive Trident shape. The Lynx Trident burner delivers restaurant quality performance and cooking results. Both of these searing burners allow your to go to low temperatures (300) to super hot (over 1000).

The Heat distribution on both grills is the ceramic briquette tray. It is the best for even heat radiating through the grill. The briquette trays are a bit heavier in the Lynx Grill. They are held in place by clips which allow you to self clean the briquettes by flipping the tray undid down and allowing the grease to be burned off.

The ignition is also different on both units. The Sedona is battery operated whereas the Lynx is more advanced and uses an electrically driven hot surface ignition. The electrodes glow a beautiful orange. Of course we like the electric better as you do not have to worry about changing batteries. Plus, the hot surface is super reliable. 

Lynx and Sedona both use stainless steel rod cooking grates. Lynx cooking grates are super heavy gauge whereas the Sedona's rod diameter is slightly smaller. 

Both grills have beautiful blue LED lighting, rotisserie back burners and hood temperature gauges. Both product lines offer amazing cooking and entertaining products to add to an outdoor kitchen to create an ultimate outdoor experience. 

So which one to choose ...

In our opinion, its all about more professional grilling features and budget. You are getting two world class products with world class quality. Sedona is priced so well that owing a world class product is made possible. Lynx offers the most discerning grillers unbeatable features and quality. You cannot go wrong with either choice.

best of all ... Your buying a Made in the USA product. This means that parts and service will always be readily available. Very important when building in a grill. The "private labeled" imports do not always have the accessibility to parts.You do not want your outdoor kitchen investment to be inoperable!

by Tracy Hollander on 4th Feb 2018
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