A grill that doesn’t burn out in hot climates
The new grill from Habits, a startup from Boston, will be the world’s first to burn out when used in hot conditions.
The company announced a new design at its startup conference on Wednesday.
The Habits grill is a rectangular grill with an open bottom that’s made of stainless steel.
The grill will be available in four different styles: charcoal, wood, stainless steel, and stainless steel with black anodized aluminum.
The aluminum version is a $5,999 option.
The two other stainless steel models are $10,999 and $14,999.
A Habits spokesman says that they are targeting a price point of $50,000 in the US.
Habits is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
In addition to its wood and stainless options, the company offers charcoal, steel, stainless, and aluminum.
It also sells a carbon-fiber grill, which is an aluminum grill with a built-in heater that’s heated by the sun.
Habitations says that the aluminum grill has a low weight, which means it won’t burn up.
In order to cook on the grill, it will need to be heated for 30 minutes before being used.
The Carbon-Fiber grill is more durable, but is still heavy, so it won’st be as efficient as an aluminum one.
Habites says it hopes to sell these new grill options in the next six to eight months.
It will also offer carbon fiber carbonizers, which are anodizing an aluminum alloy with an added layer of carbon fiber.