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Lynx Grills vs Twin Eagles Grills: Top Reviews & Comparison

By Daniel Cdebaca

September 9, 2022

Grilling outside in the fresh air is always a great time…

But it’s even better when you love your grill!

When cooking is your thing, you want to make sure you have all the best tools… Including a high-quality grill.

In this blog, you’ll learn all about two fantastic grill brands… Lynx Grills and Twin Eagles Grills.

Now, the question is… Which one is more suited to your needs?

Let’s find out… Starting with an overview of both companies.

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Lynx Company Overview

Lynx Logo

Lynx was founded in 1996 by a group of professionals with experience manufacturing equipment for restaurants.

They created a new, luxury outdoor cooking experience for professionals and homeowners alike… Lynx!

Because of their high-quality designs and excellent craftsmanship… Lynx would soon be one of the most popular grill brands on the market. And all of their products are made in the USA!

Lynx was acquired by The Middleby Corporation in 2006. 

Lynx outdoor grills have since appeared in all kinds of magazines… Such as Elle Decor, HGTV, and more.

Next up, let’s look into what makes Twin Eagles a great brand.

Twin Eagles Company Overview

Twin Eagles is a family-owned business that manufactures its products in California.

Award-winning engineer Dante Cantal founded Twin Eagles in 1999.

Quality has been their focus since inception… And Twin Eagles customers enjoy a fantastic product that is built to last a lifetime.

In early 2021… Dometic acquired Twin Eagles. This Swedish company sells a wide variety of products… But they wanted to invest in the quickly-growing outdoor living market.

Twin Eagles produces many different grill models… From gas grills, to pellet grills, to flat-top grills and more.

As you can see… Both Lynx and Twin Eagles are great companies. But which grill is the right one for your backyard?

Knowing the grill class you’re looking for can help you decide.

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Grill Class

One of the best ways to decide on the right grill is to know what grill class it falls into… Economy, premium, or luxury.

ECONOMY

Premium

Luxury

economy grill cart made with 430 stainless steel

Economy grills are your entry-level option. Unfortunately, we don’t recommend them for an outdoor kitchen.

These outdoor kitchen appliances are inexpensive, typically under $1,500… But they don’t last very long.

premium built in grill

Premium grills are made with better materials, such as 304 stainless steel. They come with a lifetime warranty… So they’re great picks for your outdoor kitchen.

They’re more expensive than economy grills (at about $1,500 to $4000)… But it’s worth it to know that they are built to last.

luxury built in rta outdoor kitchen

Luxury grills are typically made out of the same material as premium grills… And also have a lifetime warranty. The big difference is the features offered.

You’ll often find spring-loaded hoods, laser-etched grill grates, and more. They are also more expensive… The price for a luxury grill starts at about $5,000, and it rises from there.

Both Lynx and Twin Eagles offer grills in each class.

Let’s learn more about their grill offerings… Starting with Lynx.

Economy

Economy grills are your entry-level option. Unfortunately, we don’t recommend them for an outdoor kitchen.

These outdoor kitchen appliances are inexpensive, typically under $1,500… But they don’t last very long.

economy grill cart made with 430 stainless steel

Premium

Premium grills are made with better materials, such as 304 stainless steel. They come with a lifetime warranty… So they’re great picks for your outdoor kitchen.

They’re more expensive than economy grills (at about $1,500 to $4000)… But it’s worth it to know that they are built to last.

premium built in grill

Luxury

Luxury grills are typically made out of the same material as premium grills… And also have a lifetime warranty. The big difference is the features offered.

You’ll often find spring-loaded hoods, laser-etched grill grates, and more. They are also more expensive… The price for a luxury grill starts at about $5,000, and it rises from there.

Both Lynx and Twin Eagles offer grills in each class.

Let’s learn more about their grill offerings… Starting with Lynx.

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Lynx Grill Lines Overview

Lynx barbecue grills keep it simple with two grill lines for your outside kitchen. Their luxury version is called the “Professional”… And a more standard line is called the “Sedona.”

They use a special welding technique to make their corners seamless. This makes Lynx grills easy to clean.

Both series of Lynx gas grills come with an option of either natural gas or propane gas.

Let’s start off by exploring the Sedona series.

Lynx Sedona Grills Overview

The Sedona series is what we would consider an economy-plus grill line… But priced like a premium grill.

The Sedona by Lynx has been discontinued until further notice due to supply chain issues… But keep an eye out to see when they’re available again.

You can choose which burners you’d like in your Sedona grill… With the choice between stainless steel tube burners, ProSear infrared burners, or a mix of both.

It comes with 23,000 BTUs per stainless steel or Prosear infrared burner… Plus a 14,000 BTU rotisserie back burner. We’ll discuss the burners more in depth later.

You’ll find a 24” 2-burner, 30” 2-burner, 36” 3-burner, and 42” 4-burner option!

They have 575, 733, 891, or 1049 square inches of grilling space respectively… And stainless steel rod cooking grates.

The Sedona has a spark ignition system… Which entails electric ignition and a battery back-up.

This grill comes with many features… Including a few you would typically only see on a luxury grill. It has dual halogen grill surface lights, a temperature gauge, Lynx Hood Assist for easy opening and closing, a rotisserie system, and blue-lit control knobs.

Lynx Professional Grills Overview

When you’re looking at the Professional Grill series… You’ll be met with a huge number of options (13 different built-in grill options, to be exact).

But don’t get overwhelmed! The differences between these luxury-grade grill models are simple.

You’ll have the choice of either a 27″ 2-burner, 30″ 2-burner, 36″ 3-burner, 42″ 3-burner, or 54″ 4-burner.

They have 685, 840, 935, 1200, and 1555 square inches cooking surface, respectively.

Then, you can choose what type of burners you get.

You’ll have the option of either 23,000 BTU Trident infrared burners, 25,000 BTU cast ceramic burners, or a combo option…Plus a 14,000 BTU rear rotisserie infrared burner.

The ceramic burners have ceramic briquette trays over them. These help distribute the heat evenly throughout the stainless steel rod cooking grates.

You’ll start your grill with an electrically-driven hot surface ignition.

They have other features like two interior halogen lights, lighted control knobs, a temperature gauge, dual-position rotisserie internally powered by a heavy-duty three-speed motor, grill-hood assist system, and a smoker box.

Twin Eagle Grills Overview

Twin Eagle Grills has several fantastic lines of gas grills. They come with the option of either natural gas or propane gas for fuel.

They all have seamless welds, just like Lynx… So these grills will be easy to clean and have a high-end, sleek look.

Twin Eagles Delta Heat Overview

twin eagles dometic delta heat

The Delta Heat series is comparable to Lynx’ Sedona… But it’s a premium-grade grill.

They come in three size options… A 26” 2-burner, 32” 3-burner, and 38” 3-burner.

They have 420, 525, and 625 square inches of grilling area, respectively.

Rotisserie and infrared burners are available as additions.

These grills have both internal and external grill lights to make night grilling easy.

You’ll find 16,500 BTUs per stainless steel U burner… Plus 13,000 BTUs on the rotisserie burner, which is available at an up-charge.

Twin Eagles Gas Grills Series-C Overview

demetic twin eagles c series 42

The Series-C is the most similar to Lynx’ Professional Grill series… This luxury grill comes in four sizes.

There’s the 30” 2-burner, 36” 3-burner, 42” 3-burner, and 54” 4-burner.

The cooking area was not specified… But it will be very similar to Lynx’ Professional options.

Each 14-gauge 304 stainless steel U burner on these grills has 25,000 BTUs.

On top of the burners sits a ceramic briquette tray to help the heat distribute evenly across your hexagonal cooking grates.

They come with heat-zone separators… So you can run different burners at different temperatures.

You can configure your grill with a sear zone and rotisserie cooker.

Series-C grills have features like illuminated control knobs, a sealed smoker box, internal halogen lights, a double-walled hood, a grill-hood assist system, lights inside the grill, 3/8th inch hexagonal grates, and rotisserie rod storage.

Twin Eagles Eagle One Series Overview

Twin Eagles’ top-of-the-line luxury choice is the Eagle One series.

They come in two sizes… A 42” 3-burner and 54” 4-burner option. Both have U-shaped burners.

The cooking area will be similar to those of Twin Eagles’ other grills.

The Series-C discussed before was actually based on the Eagle One… So you’ll find many of the same features in addition to some new ones.

You can tell exactly when each burner gets to “warm,” “hot,” and “burning” thanks to the colored lights over the illuminated LED knobs…

Their “TempTrack Illumination” above the control knobs will give you an easy-to-read indication of the overall temperature inside your grill…

A rotisserie burner rests in the back of the grill behind black glass…

Ambient lighting illuminates the front area around your grill’s control knobs…

And the hexagonal grates are now 1/2 inch in diameter.

On top of these upgrades… The hood is visually different from what you’ll find in the Series-C. You won’t see the temperature gauge on top in the Eagle One… And it has a sleeker appearance.

Lynx vs Twin Eagles Grills Materials

When you’re looking for a high-quality grill… You need to know that it will be made well!

Lynx’ Professional Grills are also 304 stainless steel

But their Sedona series’ exterior is made out of 201 stainless steel, a lower grade of stainless steel. 

The Sedona’s burners are still made out of 304 stainless steel… But the 201 stainless steel exterior won’t last like the 304 stainless steel will.

We recommend purchasing a grill with complete 304 stainless steel construction.

All Twin Eagles grills are made out of 304 stainless steel… Even their standard line, the Delta Heat. This includes the burners, firebox, and exterior.

This is a fantastic material that will do well in the elements. It resists rust and corrosion, and will last many years.

Grill Features Comparison

When you’re looking for a new grill… It’s important to learn about its features so you know if it’s right for your summer kitchen!

What makes your new grill stand out? And how does it compare to other grill options?

Burners

First of all… You’ll want to know about the burners!

After all… They will determine how well your grill works.

Lynx Burners

Lynx grills not only have unique burners… You also get the choice of which ones you want!

Professional Grill Burners
Sedona Grill Burners
Lynx professional burners

Their Professional Grills come with three burner options… Ceramic burners, Trident infrared burners, or a mix of both.

The Lynx 25,000 BTU ceramic burner is made from cordierite ceramic.

They have great heat retention… And radiate heat exceptionally well.

Your other option is the 23,000 BTU Trident Infrared burner.

You’ll be able to easily control how hot it gets… From 300ºF – 1000ºF.

lynx sedona stainless steel burner

If you choose the Sedona grill… You’ll still have a choice of burners.

However, you’ll now have the choice between 23,000 BTU ProSear Infrared burners… And 23,000 BTU 304 stainless steel burners.

The ProSear burners can burn at about 485°F to 650°F… And 304 stainless steel is a good material for burners.

Both the Professional’s and Sedona’s burners will feature a ceramic briquette tray on top for even heat distribution… While the infrared burners will heat your cooking grates directly.

Professional Grill Burners

Their Professional Grills come with three burner options… Ceramic burners, Trident infrared burners, or a mix of both.

The Lynx 25,000 BTU ceramic burner is made from cordierite ceramic.

They have great heat retention… And radiate heat exceptionally well.

Your other option is the 23,000 BTU Trident Infrared burner.

You’ll be able to easily control how hot it gets… From 300ºF – 1000ºF.

Lynx professional burners
Sedona Grills Burners

If you choose the Sedona grill… You’ll still have a choice of burners.

However, you’ll now have the choice between 23,000 BTU ProSear Infrared burners… And 23,000 BTU 304 stainless steel burners.

The ProSear burners can burn at about 485°F to 650°F… And 304 stainless steel is a good material for burners.

Both the Professional’s and Sedona’s burners will feature a ceramic briquette tray on top for even heat distribution… While the infrared burners will heat your cooking grates directly.

lynx sedona stainless steel burner

Twin Eagles Burners

All of Twin Eagles’ gas grills use 25,000 BTU 14 gauge 304 grade stainless steel burners.

They’re U-shaped for good coverage… And these grills will feature a ceramic briquette tray on top.

These burners are very similar to the burners found in the Sedona line… But Twin Eagle’s have a higher BTU count. 

While still a great option, stainless steel burners won’t be able to retain or radiate quite as much heat as the Lynx Professional ceramic burners.

Rotisserie Set-ups

If you enjoy cooking chicken in your outdoor grill station… A rotisserie feature is for you.

However, you can actually cook all kinds of things on a rotisserie… Such as meats, veggies, or even coffee beans with Lynx’s rotisserie basket add-on.

Lynx Rotisserie System

Lynx Professional grills come with a rotisserie system. It is not stated how many pounds it can hold.

The Professional grills’ systems have two placement settings… So you can choose how close your meat gets to the burners

You’ll find three speed settings… Low, medium, and high.

The Lynx Sedona’s optional rotisserie only has one position and speed setting.

Lynx Pro Rotisserie

Twin Eagles Rotisserie System

The Eagle One comes with a fully-integrated motor with 100-pound capacity… And two rod positions.

The Series-C has an option for the same rotisserie system at an extra cost.

The Delta Heat comes with the option of a rotisserie burner… Which you can purchase separately. Its two-position rotisserie kit has a 40-pound capacity motor.

Twin eagles grill with rotisserie

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Lynx vs Twin Eagles’ Other Products

Your grill is important… But you can’t stop there!

Both companies have other offerings for an outdoor kitchen!

Lynx Products

In addition to grills… You’ll also find all kinds of Lynx outdoor kitchen equipment on the Lynx Grills website!

For Lynx outdoor kitchen appliances… You have the Napoli outdoor pizza oven, Asado griddle cooktop, and side burners…

And for your Lynx outdoor kitchen products…

You’ll see outdoor kitchen refrigerators, ice machines, beverage dispensers and taps, wine coolers, warming drawers, storage options, sinks, outdoor heaters, ventilation, island and grill covers, and grilling accessories!

Twin Eagles Products

Twin Eagles also has an impressive line of extras for a Twin Eagle outdoor kitchen.

You’ll find side burners, power burners, teppanyaki flat top grills, and a combination option which features both a power burner and flat top grill in one.

For accessories… They have storage options, outdoor kitchen sinks, beverage centers, outdoor refrigerators, ice machines, keg dispensers, outdoor heaters, ventilation, island and grill covers, and grilling accessories!

If you’re building an outdoor kitchen… You’ll find a bit more variety in Twin Eagles’ lines… But both companies have a wide range of offerings.

Lynx vs Twin Eagles Grills Cost Comparison

Next, you’ll want to compare the prices.

A huge factor of outdoor kitchen cost is the grill… So let’s review!

Lynx Prices

Since you cannot currently find Sedona Lynx grills for sale.. It can be difficult to get exact prices.

However… Their MSRPs were between $1,959 for the 24” without the rotisserie… And $3,709 for the 42” with rotisserie.

Lynx grills prices for their Professional series will range from $5,259 for a 27” built-in grill… Up to $13,959 for their 54” built in.

Twin Eagles Prices

Twin Eagles’ Delta Heat series (comparable to Lynx’ Sedona)  ranges from 26” at $3,231 to the 38” with Sear Zone and infrared rotisserie burner for $5,010.

Twin Eagles’ Series-C is comparable to Lynx’ Professional series. The prices range from $5,189 for the 30” built-in without a rotisserie… And up to $11,635 for the 54” with a sear zone and rotisserie.

The Twin Eagles One is $13,282 for the 42” and $15,510 for the 54”.

Overall… The prices for the Professional and Series-C options are very similar.

Lynx vs Twin Eagles Warranty Comparison

Twin Eagles and Lynx both have outstanding warranties on all of their grills. You always want a lifetime warranty on your grills… And both brands offer just that.

Let’s get into the specifics!

Lynx Warranty

Lynx Grills has a lifetime warranty on the stainless steel grill body, stainless steel grill burners, cooking grates, ProSear and Trident burners, rotisserie infrared burner, and ceramic grill burners.

There is a 5-year warranty on the warming racks, spit rods, briquette trays, manifolds, and gas valves.

And everything else is covered under a 2-year warranty!

Twin Eagles Warranty

woman using side burner on l shaped twin eagles outdoor kitchen

Twin Eagles offers a lifetime warranty on their burners, grates, and all fabricated stainless steel components, including the body.

They have a 5-year warranty on their stainless steel briquette trays, gas valves, sear zone burners, rotisserie burners, and drip pans.

Everything else is covered for 1 year.

Lynx vs Twin Eagles Reviews

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You might be wondering what other people say about these grills before you put one in your outdoor kitchen cabinets.

Let’s see.

Lynx Grills Reviews

Lynx is a well-reviewed company.

Lynx BBQ grills reviews are at 4 out of 5 stars from about 70 customer reviews on Google.

BBQ Guys has rated Lynx Professional Grills at about a 4.7 out of 5 on their website.

Twin Eagles Grills Reviews

people gathering around an l shaped twin eagles outdoor kitchen

Unfortunately, it is more difficult to find Twin Eagles grill reviews.

Since they are a smaller brand… You won’t find very many customer reviews.

On the few Twin Eagles grills that were reviewed… The ratings were typically about 4 out of 5 stars.

Of course, just because fewer people have tried these grills does not mean that they aren’t great!

In the end… We’d recommend doing your own research. That way, you’re getting all the information without us cherry-picking!

Quick Overview Comparison

Although Twin Eagles carry a few more grill options than Lynx… We’re going to compare the main two grill lines: Lynx’ Professional and Twin Eagles’ Series-C.

This should give you a good idea of some of the major differences (and similarities) between them.

Lynx
Twin Eagles

Fuel Options

Natural gas, liquid propane

Natural gas, liquid propane

Size Options

27” – 54”

30” – 54”

Materials

304 stainless steel

304 stainless steel

Warranty

Limited lifetime

Limited lifetime

Types of Burners

23,000 BTU Trident infrared burners or 25,000 BTU cast ceramic burner configuration options

25,000 BTU 304 stainless steel U burners

Rotisserie

Yes

Optional

Cost

$5,259 – $13,959

$5,189 – $11,635

Which Is Best For You?

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man using twin eagles grill on patio

When you’re deciding between Lynx and Twin Eagles for your DIY outdoor kitchen… There’s no wrong answer.

But at the end of the day… Twin Eagles have a slight advantage over Lynx because of their variety of options.

While Twin Eagles offers three great gas grill series… We would only recommend one grill series from Lynx… The Professional line.

This is because Lynx’ Sedona does not use 304 stainless steel.

Whether you’re looking for a gas grill, outdoor kitchen pizza oven, or more… Twin Eagles has you covered. And no matter what… You’ll be able to trust their craftsmanship.

Now, if you’re researching a Lynx or Twin Eagles grill… There’s a good chance you’re wanting an outdoor kitchen grill station!

Looking for an Outdoor Kitchen?

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We get it… You want a beautiful backyard with gorgeous appliances.

…Something that will last a lifetime… And maybe make your friends a bit jealous.

So consider RTA!

RTA offers custom outdoor kitchens… With a lifetime warranty.

With our easy-to-use design tool… You’ll be able to create your very own outdoor kitchen.

You can choose the layout, configuration, appliances, finish, and outdoor kitchen countertops… So it will suit your individual needs.

And for appliances?

We’re proud to have partnered with Coyote Grills.

Their built-in gas BBQ grills are made of 304 stainless steel, the same excellent material as Lynx and Twin Eagles… Plus a lifetime warranty… But at a much lower price point.

If you’re set on an outdoor kitchen with Lynx… Or a Twin Eagles outdoor kitchen… Speak to one of our Design Experts to see if they can accommodate you!

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Q&A

Who owns Lynx grills? Lynx Grills were acquired by The Middleby Corporation in 2015.

Twin Eagles grills are made in America! This family-owned business has a factory in Cerritos, California.

Lynx and Viking are sister companies both owned by the Middleby Corporation. The Middleby Corporation acquired Viking in 2013… And Lynx Grills in 2015.

Lynx grills were manufactured in Downey, California until they were purchased by the Middleby Company. These outdoor grills are now manufactured in Greenwood, Mississippi.

Some of the best features of Lynx Grills are the choices between infrared and ceramic burners, the 304 stainless steel parts, and lifetime warranty. It is also the perfect-sized medium grill, has a three-speed rotisserie with infrared burners, and the infrared burners sear to perfection.

Lynx and Viking are both owned by the Middleby Corporation… But they are separate companies. The burners are different. Viking uses a stainless steel tube burner, while Lynx uses ceramic and infrared.

You have your choice of the 27”, 30”, 36”, 42”, or 54” Professional series grill from Lynx.

On the 42”, you have Cooking Grid Dimensions of 39 x 21 inches, 855 Sq. Inches of main grilling area, 345 Sq. Inches of secondary grilling area, and 1200 Sq. Inches of total grill area.

The largest grill Lynx offers is their 54” Professional series grill.

The 54″ Professional series grill is the largest size Lynx grill.

Lynx’ Professional series is their top grill line. They have advanced features, a limited lifetime warranty, and are made from excellent materials.

Lynx grills are high-quality investments that should last a lifetime. They reach high temperatures and allow you to choose your own burners. They use high grade stainless steel, ceramic briquettes, and premium quality.

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