- Product Dimensions: 7 x 10.6 x 11.5 inches ; 12.4 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B00019H602
- Item model number: 14503
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
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Texsport Cast Iron Dutch Oven with Legs, Lid, Dual Handles and Easy Lift Wire Handle.
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- 4 Qt. (1 Gallon) Capacity with legs, Great for cooking outdoors over charcoal
- Rugged cast iron has great heat distribution and retention for slow and even cooking
- Tight fitting lid keeps foods moist, and wire handle ensures easy lifting
- Easy to clean surface, Hand wash with stiff brush and hot water
- Great for campfire or fireplace cooking
- Long lasting durability
- resistant to chipping and warping
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|Item Dimensions||11.5 x 10.6 x 7 inches|
|Item Display Weight||12.69 pounds|
|Material Type||Cast Iron|
|Shipping Weight||12.95 pounds|
14503 Features: -Long lasting durability. -Resistant to chipping and warping. Product Type: -Dutch oven. Material: -Cast iron. Shape: -Round. Lid Included: -Yes. Capacity: -4 Quarts. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -11.5". Overall Width - Side to Side: -10.6". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -7". Overall Product Weight: -14 lbs.
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Top Customer Reviews
I bought mine from Amazon Warehouse Deals thinking I'd save $20 off of a Lodge with just a little clean up. I didn't think it was worth it. But if all you've got is time on your hands may be you will.
Apparently not known to California to be hazardous to your health. Oh wait what's that waxy coating?
Casting moulds are poor and rough and that's exactly the texture you will receive - feels like 60 or 80 grit sandpaper
Surface is way too rough to just have a few fish fry's and have a great bargain on your hand. You WILL need to pay some attention to it.
Not pre-seasoned (per specs). The Chinese wax must be burned off and it must be seasoned before use.
Lid doesn't seal tightly. There's a position mine that seems to be OK - but it's not a "put the lid on and its pretty tight".
I bought this knowing some of this - and also not expecting this to be so bad.
What I did was buy a 4 1/2" flexy nylon abrasive disc for my angle grinder and go to town on it. I wore that pad out getting the inside, the sharp edges and most of the top. I still didn't get the outside not feeling like 80 grit sandpaper.
So now we're at $25 for the oven and $10 for the angle grinder pad - equals $35 and a couple hours grinding and sanding. For $10 saved off just buying the Lodge.
I can say it's imposssible for a angle grinder to get into a 10" pot and do a perfect job. It's far better than it was - and has a shot at being fairly non-stick with a good seasoning. So the grinding with the nylon abrasive pad was required - but it's far from pretty or as cast or proper machine.
I then stripped it in the oven cleaning cycle (or you could burn most of it off as suggested in a hot oven or very hot grill).
It's on it's 3rd coat of Flax Seed Oil - which I highly recommend for any cast iron. 5-6 cycles of a coat of Flax Seed Oil, and then from cool oven to 500F for then an hour to cooling to room temp in the oven. 5-6 times and you'll have a great seasoning that's almost as good as Teflon.
So "It's Okay" but know that it's no Lodge and that you'll need to spend a variable amount of money (abrasive pad) and elbow grease (sand paper and/or grinding) to turn it into what you could start with just buying Lodge or perhaps Camp Chef.