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1. Weber 22 1/2-Inch One-Touch Gold
$179.00 list($199.00)
2. Weber 2820 Smokey Mountain Cooker
3. Weber 2005 Model 841001 22 1/2-Inch
$79.69 $78.75 list($89.00)
4. Weber 741001 22 1/2-Inch One-Touch
5. Weber One Touch Gold Kettle Grill
6. Weber One Touch Silver Kettle
$39.69 Too low to display list($49.00)
7. Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal
$34.69 Too low to display list($49.99)
8. Weber 40020 Smokey Joe Gold Charcoal
$59.69 Too low to display list($69.00)
9. Weber 51020 Smokey Joe Platinum
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$29.99 list($34.99)
11. Weber Wok
$999.99 list($1,199.00)
12. Weber 60020 The Ranch Charcoal
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13. Weber 22-1/2" Platinum One-Touch
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14. Weber 752001 22-1/2" One Touch

1. Weber 22 1/2-Inch One-Touch Gold Charcoal Grill, Black
list price: $149.00
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B00004RALR
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 24
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Weber's One-Touch Gold kettle grill is a great buy for anyone looking for a classic model with a few convenient extras. The design is sleek. The results are delicious.

As with all Weber grills, this kettle's lid and bowl are constructed of premium porcelain-enameled steel--which means not only does heat radiate evenly, but the grill will survive if it's left out in the rain. The cooking surface (22-1/2 inches in diameter) is big enough to accommodate six large steaks, twice as many burgers, or up to a dozen kebabs, and the grill's classic kettle shape keeps flare-ups to a minimum.

When designing this grill, Weber clearly kept convenience in mind. The grill's nickel-plated grate has two built-in hinged side openings that make adding more charcoal briquettes easy and safe, and, when the lid's not in use, it can hang from the bowl by a handy hook. The grill is durable, too. The porcelain-coated steel bowl and lid are exceptionally strong and designed never to rust, fade, or peel. The grill's aluminum vents and ash catcher won't rust either, and its tripod base, nylon handles, and all-weather wheels--besides being exceptionally sturdy--make the grill remarkably easy to maneuver. Weber's patented One-Touch cleaning system--a clever setup of lever-activated blades--sifts ash out of the kettle and into a cooking-pot-shaped ash catcher. You never have to get your hands dirty--and emptying the kettle takes only a few seconds.

To top it all off, Weber throws in a 31-page owner's guide filled with cooking tips and time-tested recipes for grilling everything from pork chops to bratwurst to Cornish hens.

Editor's Choice: We recommend Weber's One Touch Gold kettle grill to beginner grillers or to experienced grillers who swear by charcoal. While this grill includes the basics, such as the kettle shape for even heat, nylon handles, and all-weather wheels, it also offers upgrades such as the stainless steel One-Touch cleaning system with a removable ash catcher for added convenience. The triple nickel-plated hinged cooking grates and two charcoal fuel holders make adding briquettes for direct or indirect cooking quick and hassle-free. ... Read more

Features

  • Heavy-gauge porcelain enamel prevents rust
  • One-Touch stainless steel cleaning system
  • Removable high capacity ash catcher
  • Hinged cooking grate for easy re-fueling
  • 10 year limited warranty

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the one to get
You're probalby thinking that there's no reason to update the 10-year-old Weber you've got in your back yard. Well, turns out Weber has made some smart improvements over the years-- the new "gold" model is worth the upgrade.

The ash-catcher is super, the one-touch vent system is a big improvement (no more knocking each vent with a trowel), the plastic handles stay cooler... you get the idea. Nothing dramatic, but good progress.

But here's the clincher: setting one of these up (takes about 20 minutes, even if you make a mistake or two) just makes you feel like you're in heaven. It's summer embodied. People rhapsodize about the new car small... well, fughettaboutit. The look of a shiny new grill that you've assembled yourself is about as good as it gets.

Highly recommended accessory: the charcoal companion. Put your lighter fluid (or your MatchLight) away and use this instead-- it works flawlessly, and it's better for the environment.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great charcoal grill
I'm a big Weber fan-- I've used a Genesis gas grill for six years and a Smoky Mountain Cooker for two. Recently purchased the Kettle Gold. Great charcoal grill! The enclosed ash catcher is particularily useful if you grill with lump charcoal versus briquettes, like I do. It catches any sparks and small pieces of lump that drop through the charcoal grate. Hinged grate is also a big plus. I like to use the Weber charcoal holders to hold my lump when grilling steaks-- push them together in the center to sear (brings charcoal about 2 inches from meat) then push them to the outer edge for indirect cooking. I also added a thermometer to the lid to check and adjust cooking temps.

This baby would get five stars if Weber was still offering the cast iron grate upgrade for the kettles. It's been discontinued this year, but I hear some are still out there to be found. Even without cast iron, you can't go wrong with this as a charcoal grill, and being a Weber, it will last for years and you'll get great customer support if it is ever needed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply put, this is the best grill I have ever had...
Before purchasing this grill, I was a die-hard gas guy. I figured that the convenience factor of quick starts, easy clean ups and not having to constantly buy charcoal would be a fair trade for the taste of good charcoal cooking. What this Weber grill provides though is super even heat, few flare-ups, awesome taste and super easy clean ups via the ash pan and a few kicks to the side to drop the ash through the vent holes...the best of both worlds! I still have my gas grill though (which will be used for the occasional hot dog), but for real cooking, nothing will replace my charcoal grill, except perhaps another charcoal grill. All I need now is the chimney starter to complete my set!

4-0 out of 5 stars Wow Great Grill
I just got the Weber grill for my husband for Father's day and this grill is great. The food taste so good and he loves it. It's so easy to clean with the ash keeper on the bottom that I can actually get out of the kitchen and leave the cooking to him.(what a great bonus) I just ordered another one for my dad and I know he's gonna love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars When you have the time and crave that charcoal taste.
I've got a great Weber gas grill, but occassionally missed the taste of a charcoal grilled burger. I got one of these classics, and the taste of the meat grilled when I've got more time to mess with the charcoal made this a great complement to the gas grill. ... Read more


2. Weber 2820 Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker
list price: $199.00
our price: $179.00
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Asin: B00004U9VA
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 7
Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Triple-nickel-plated cooking grates
  • Porcelain enameled coating prevents rust and fading
  • Two 18-1/2-inch cooking grates provide ample room for smoking
  • Rust resistant fuel door
  • Premium grade cover included

Reviews (40)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best smoker.....at any price!!
I've used several cheaper water smokers, offset units, gas grills, you name it. I've used them all to make bar-b-que, however, non of them has produced a better product then the Weber Smokey Mountain. This is the best smoker you can buy at any price. It's perfect for small families and large ones. You can easily prepare 6 to 10 racks of ribs at once. I've done 3 - 7lbs pork butts and a 12 lbs brisket at the same time.

This unit is made to Weber standard, so you know it's well built. Heavy enamel coating that will last a life-time. The effeciency of the cooker is unbelievable. I've done 15 hour cooks without adding any extra fuel.

This is the first smoker (of any type) that I've used that I didn't have to baby sit. Most smokers need almost constant attention in order to maintain proper temp. Not the Weber. It needs virtually no adjustments to keep a steady smoking temperature for hours and hours. You can easily do overnight cooks and sleep easy as the Weber does it's magic.

5-0 out of 5 stars Weber Smoker
I purchased my Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker in August 2003 after talking about doing so for years and after looking at many competing models. I am not disappointed. From an engineering prespective it's design is simple and straightforward and it is extremely well built (just compare it to competing models and you will quickly see the difference). By reviewing the Thermometer installation procedures available at "virtualweberbullet" web site, adding an industrial grade thermometer by drilling a small hole in the cover was completed easily.

The results have been fantastic!! I have used the noted web site to learn about techniques to extend the cooking period without having to add charcoal and the rib recipe (The Best Ribs in the Universe) is out of this world! Smoked Turkey, smoked chicken, smoked salmon and smoked almonds have all been easy to prepare and the results outstanding.

I easily designed and constructed a side simple shelf (from two shelf brackets, a 10"x12" piece of oak, and a 1/8"x1" by 30" piece of steel straping available at Home Depot) that can be temporarily attached to the cooking section for use during any smoking session and easily removed so that you can then place the cover on the smoker for storage.

You will not be disappointed with the results of you efforts with this smoker!

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb Results
The WSM (aka bullet) cooker is an excellent product for BBQ novice and master. Consistent temperature make this a great 1st smoker for anyone who wants to make their own real barbeque. Easy to clean, a joy to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bring Bob out from the Cold
"Toolbits" hedgehog warmer is a comforting additon to anyone living out in the wilds where small, furry rodents come in from the cold, its easy to use, just a few flips of the switch and you will have a warm habitat for the furry creatures.

5-0 out of 5 stars An awesome cooker!
Got this as a present to replace my worn-out cheap-o Brinkman. I wouldn't have spent so much on myself, but am glad someone did! Fire stays lit, heat is slow and steady, with no intervention. The old one used to go out on me, heat up, down & all over. Not this puppy. The construction is heavy all the way. It really helps to be able to lift off that middle ring section when setting up the fire. There are web sites dedicated to this cooker, and for good reason. Some advice - buy the Weber chimney starter and rib rack along with this item. Also, the grill gloves are a nicety, but not a must-have. In the beginning, you can get your recipes off the internet. Best spare ribs ever! ... Read more


3. Weber 2005 Model 841001 22 1/2-Inch Performer Charcoal Grill With Touch and Go Propane Ignition - PARENT

Asin: B00065AH4S
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber Stephen Company
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4. Weber 741001 22 1/2-Inch One-Touch Silver Kettle Grill, Black
list price: $89.00
our price: $79.69
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Asin: B00004RALU
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 73
Average Customer Review: 4.66 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Weber One-Touch Silver kettle grill is perfect for anyone who wants a well-designed, no-nonsense grill that cooks up food deliciously. Perfect for backyard barbecues or just whipping up an evening meal, this impressive grill has a cooking surface (22-1/2 inches in diameter) big enough to accommodate six large steaks, twice as many burgers, or up to a dozen kebabs. And the One-Touch Silver's classic kettle shape radiates heat evenly and keeps charcoal flare-ups to a minimum.

The barbecue pioneers at Weber--they've been making grills since 1951--know how to design a grill that lasts. The One-Touch Silver's porcelain-coated steel bowl and lid are exceptionally strong and designed never to rust, fade, or peel. The grill's hardware is of the highest quality. The aluminum vents and ash catcher won't rust, and the grill's tripod base, nylon handles, and all-weather wheels combine to make this Weber both exceptionally sturdy and easy to maneuver. Weber's patented One-Touch cleaning system--a clever setup of lever-activated blades--sifts ash out of the kettle and into the grill's removable catch pan. You never have to get your hands dirty--and emptying the kettle takes only a few seconds.

For those in search (or need) of culinary guidance, Weber includes a 31-page owner's guide filled with cooking tips and time-tested recipes for grilling everything from pork chops to bratwurst to Cornish hens. ... Read more

Features

  • One-Touch cleaning and venting system
  • 22-1/2 inch diameter
  • Black heavy-gauge porcelain-enameled steel lid and bowl
  • Rust-resistant aluminum legs and ash catcher
  • Weather-resistant molded nylon handles

Reviews (29)

5-0 out of 5 stars Weber Silver 22 1/2" Grill
We had heard this was the best grill on the market. We have a tiny terrace in a New York City apartment but love to barbecue so went for this which is really to large for the terrace but not for us, friends & family. It cooks great and we just tried the "indirect" cooking method. It looked like a pain to do it but turned out to be as simple as direct grilling, no fat dripping on the coals and with the Weber charcoal starter, easier than I've ever experienced. Altogether an A+++ experience.

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy anything else other than Weber
As far back I can remember my family has always had a Weber Grill. The first Weber I remember from when I was a kid, didn't have the one touch system. It was given away when I was 14, when my dad bought a Weber One-touch as it was called then. That was over 15 years ago. When I joined the military and got married I bought a Weber for myself. It was also one without the one-touch. We used it all the time. Then in 1998 I bought my dad the Master Touch for Father's Day. I wasn't too happy with the change from cedar handles to plastic. After it was put together we cooked a great meal on it. My dad gave me the one touch he bought way back when since he didn't have the need it. It's still going strong today cooking good meals everytime and still has many years to go even though it's kept out in the english weather.

I have used other charcoal grills and gone to freinds and familes who used gas. The food defintly tastes different. I've got proof that they last too, sitting out side my patio door. I'm very happy with Weber's quality. If I decide it's time for a new Weber I would choose the Performer for the convinence. All the Grills that Weber makes are top quality and last. So buy a Weber and enjoy barbecueing like you never had before.

5-0 out of 5 stars Smokin'!
My wife, kids, family and friends loved when I smoked a 25 pound turkey on my 22 1/2" grill. Mine is an older model with wooden handles. Recently (7/4/2004) cooked shish kabobs, WOW! This grill, as John Cameron Swayze said on old Timex watch commercials, takes a licking and keeps on ticking. Now if Weber only offered a refinishing kit/service for these; mine is 15 years old, has been out in all weather uncovered.

4-0 out of 5 stars For REAL charcoal cooking (not storebought)
Why buy anything else? Well, as one reviewer pointed out, the Sunbeam is cheaper and cleans out more easily--but who cares? It's not as well built and thus will not last nearly as long. A key feature that many Americans (unlike hardwood burning southerners and grapevine burning mediterranean folks) realize is that one can actually cook food over coals obtained from burning real wood (yet we, continually hoodwinked marketing victims, spend billions on bags of charcoal a year). Such common sense purists in the know view charcoal as rediculously as charcoal enthusiasts view gas grills. With a heavy duty, basic-design Weber a nice pre-party hardwood fire can crackle away until beautiful and far more flavorful and longer lasting coals are obtained. Remember those 12 acres of kindling lying on the ground behind your house or along the road where you walk your dog? All for free--and didn't it need to be burned anyway? On most other grills, such roaring fires wood detroy the enamel, melting an entire cooking unit down to a point where an 8 by 6 foot black hole could be left in one's smoldering deck. No fears from the big weber--just keep the kids back as well as heavy alcohol consumption down until cooking is well under control. Don't be throwing in those toxic pressure-treated off-cuts to celebrate your new deck either. Also, to keep the fire rolling without stoking up more flames, one can add storebought charcoal if necessary, which is a small concession to keeping the party rolling.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ditto
There is no use in repeating everybody else's words, so I will simply endorse all positive reviews by reference. A great grill, period. ... Read more


5. Weber One Touch Gold Kettle Grill

Asin: B00004UDCE
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
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Features

  • 22-1/2 inch diameter
  • Black heavy-gauge porcelain-enameled steel lid and bowl
  • Rust-resistant aluminum legs and ash catcher
  • Weather-resistant molded nylon handles
  • One-Touch cleaning and venting system

6. Weber One Touch Silver Kettle Grill

Asin: B00004UDCF
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
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Features

  • Black heavy gauge porcelain enameled steel lid & bowl
  • Rust Resistant Aluminum Legs & Ash Catcher
  • Weather Resistant Molded Nylon Handles
  • One Touch Cleaning & Venting System
  • 18-1/2 inches in diameter

7. Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill
list price: $49.00
our price: $39.69
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Asin: B00004RALJ
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 71
Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Weber's Go-Anywhere charcoal grill makes a great companion for camping and tailgate parties. This compact unit has a surprisingly generous grilling area--large enough to fit four medium steaks. You can lock the lid into place with the pivoting legs and carry this lightweight grill around in one hand. Built-in lid hangers allow you to rest the lid on the side of the grill to create an effective barrier against the wind. The triple-nickel-coated steel grate is easy to clean, and the porcelain-enameled steel lid and cooking box are built to last. ... Read more

Features

  • Engineered with no nuts and bolts
  • Legs pivot to lock legs in place
  • Easy portability
  • Packs away nicely in a tight space

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for tailgaiting but never quiet hot enough
I bought this nifty little grill for tailgaiting and to use on the cramped deck of my apartment in the city. For those purposes, it's great -- it folds up into a secure, compact little unit that goes anywhere without a fuss. It's also well constructed and has held together through several years of rough use.

Be aware though that it's definitely not a good choice if you're doing a lot of grilling in one place -- it never quite gets hot enough to work well as a primary grill, even if you leave the cover on and let it preheat before adding your meat. Any wind at all strips the heat right out of it, even with the lid on.

Make sure you stock up on the little gas cylinders or get the tank adapter -- nothing worse than running out of fuel in the middle of a batch of food.

5-0 out of 5 stars Takes a lot of abuse
First of all, despite some comments here that would lead you to believe otherwise, this is NOT a gas grill. The dead giveaway is the word "charcoal" in the product title.

Even though this is designed to be a travel grill (with folding legs that secure the cover in place), I use it as my primary grill. I like to grill at all times of the year so I leave it on the patio all year round and sometimes have to dig through a snowdrift to find it. I'm surprised it hasn't rusted out yet since it has been sitting outside for more than five years. The wood parts are weathered, but still no sign of metal corrosion. When this one eventually goes I'll probably get small round Weber since I really don't need the travel feature.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad, but not outstanding either
It does the job, but as one reviewer said, it doesn't get very, very hot. Hot enough to cook meat well - yes, but the hamburgers don't have a terrific taste, just an average + ordinary taste. This would all be fine if I only paid $24.99 for it, but I paid $49.99. It is well made of good materials, but honestly, I don't see where it's much different from what they're selling at Wal-Mart for thirtysomething dollars or less.

5-0 out of 5 stars BBQ Toolbox!
I had a similarly designed Sunbeam charcoal tabletop that rusted out after 15 years. I had given up on finding a replacement until I saw this gem on amazon. It has the same compact design as the Sunbeam, a stable base, wind resistant grilling, AND THE QUALITY OF A WEBER!!!! The best feature is the folding legs that lock the contents inside the grill and allow easy portability. I know this one will last longer than the pressed metal of the old one. Thank you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for tailgaiting but never quite hot enough
I bought this nifty little grill for tailgaiting and to use on the cramped deck of my apartment in the city. For those purposes, it's great -- it folds up into a secure, compact little unit that goes anywhere without a fuss. It's also well constructed and has held together through several years of rough use.

Be aware though that it's definitely not a good choice if you're doing a lot of grilling in one place -- it never quite gets hot enough to work well as a primary grill, even if you leave the cover on and let it preheat before adding your meat. Any wind at all strips the heat right out of it, even with the lid on.

Make sure you stock up on the little gas cylinders or get the tank adapter -- nothing worse than running out of fuel in the middle of a batch of food. ... Read more


8. Weber 40020 Smokey Joe Gold Charcoal Grill
list price: $49.99
our price: $34.69
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Asin: B00004RALP
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 39
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Perfect for cookouts, tailgate parties, or car camping, Weber's Smokey Joe Gold grill is the classic traveling grill. With its 14-1/2-inch-diameter grate, the Smokey Joe Gold easily cooks three steaks at a time or twice as many burgers. The porcelain-enameled bowl and lid resist rust and deliver even heat. When it's down, the lid lock doubles as a lid holder, letting you slide the lip out of the way while you cook. And, when the feast is done, simply fasten the lid lock over the top handle, pick up, and go. As an added bonus, Weber throws in a 31-page owner's guide filled with cooking tips and time-tested recipes for grilling everything from pork chops to bratwurst to Cornish hens. ... Read more

Features

  • Porcelain-enamled bowl and lid
  • Glass reinforced nylon handle
  • Triple nickel-plated 14-1/2-inch cooking grate
  • Lid lock for carrying
  • 10-year limited warranty

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Grill for Home or Travel
This is the third little Weber I've had in the past 20 years - I've never worn one out; the first two were stolen! I like the locking handle on the new model. One great feature of these grills is that when you are done cooking, you can close all the vents and the fire will go out in about 15-20 minutes, saving whatever's left of your charcoal for the next time. With the handle locked, it won't spill in the back of your pickup on the way home.

It really does do a great job of cooking, as good as the larger Webers, just for a smaller crowd. We had a Mulberry tree trimmed in our yard and I saved all the chipped up wood to use for smoke flavoring. You still need a charcoal fire for heat; just throw in a handful of chips before you put the meat & corn on the cob in and close the top vent down to make it smoke. Mmmmm, Mmmmm!

You can eat like a gourmet anywhere you tote this to! Just add a cooler full of longnecks.....

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent grill makes great gift
we've used the smokey joe for 10-12 years,had to replace the original 2 years ago. we gave each of our three children one for xmas.you won't find a better grill for steaks, burgers or dogs and we also use it for a slab of ribs occasionly. it vents well,which means you can control how your meat is cooked. the gold smokey is built even better than the original smokey, we will get one as soon as our smokey wears out, maybe 9-10 years from now! don't be fooled by lookalikes, get the weber.

5-0 out of 5 stars We always go back to our Webers...
We have owned a weber of some type for over 25 years, (charcoal that is). This Smokey Joe is the greatest. You can jusify firing up a small load of charcoal for just a few burgers or steaks with this one. Haul in the boat to the beach. Haul it in the car for a picnic. You won't be sorry you spent the $ on this even as a second grill to your big one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for "Cooking on the Road"
The Beautiful Pacific Northwest
This is the perfect charcoal grill for taking on a trip. We recently took an RV trip with friends throughout Oregon/Idaho/Washington. This little grill was perfect for an end of the day BBQ of steaks, chicken, or ribs. The close up and lock handle is perfect for packing it back in the RV. The side and top vents are designed for keeping the coals going and the lack of bottom vents is a PLUS because the ashes stay in the grill, not in your RV storage compartment.

This one exceeded my expectations and allowed us to cook in the outdoors. Thanks Weber!

5-0 out of 5 stars 1978 sloppy joe
In '78 or'79 I bought a Weber "sloppy joe" coal burning barbeque.
It costed over $40.00 back then. It is similar to you "smoking joe" but no clamping handle on top

It's still a favorite of mine, but the name is worn off the handle, and some enamel is missing.

Love that old barbeque. ... Read more


9. Weber 51020 Smokey Joe Platinum Charcoal Grill
list price: $69.00
our price: $59.69
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Asin: B00004U9VU
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 298
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Portable charcoal grills are great for taking the picnic on the road, but they can make it difficult to cook for more than two or three people at once. If you're looking for a mobile grill that allows you to sizzle enough burgers for the entire family without them having to eat in shifts, Weber's Smokey Joe Platinum charcoal grill may be just what your cookout needs. This handy grill is the big sibling of Weber's popular Smokey Joe Gold grill and sports an 18-1/2-inch cooking grate--large enough for a moderate feast.

Like the Smokey Joe Gold, the Silver features a lid lock that makes the grill much easier to carry without messy spills and can also be used to support the lid and create a shield against the wind. The grill unit and lid are porcelain-enameled to prevent rust and fading, and the cooking grate is triple-nickel-plated to prevent corrosion and facilitate easier cleaning. Includes a manufacturer's 10-year limited warranty. --Benjamin Reese ... Read more

Features

  • 10 year limited warranty
  • Porcelain enameled coating prevents rust and fading
  • Triple-nickel-plated cooking grate
  • Lid lock for carrying which lowers to double as a lid holder
  • 18-1/2-inch diameter cooking area

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best
I purchased an original Smoky Joe back in 1984. With the exception of replacing the grate, it still looks brand new. My in-laws gave us a gas grill and after trying really hard to like it, we ended up back to charcoal in less than one season. I'm so impressed with the product, I bought a 2nd one to keep out at my hangar and planning on purchasing a Weber Performer for those times when size matters. You can't beat the product for durability and taste.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stop looking for a grill, buy this one.
This is the best tabletop grill you can buy. Having an apartment where space is limited, I wanted a tabletop grill for small parties and the 18.5 inch grill was the perfect size. Also, it packs up neatly to transport on outdoor adventures. This grill will easily handle several burgers or kabobs at a time. It is so easy to use and the included guide makes it even easier with clear instructions and even a cookbook of simple recipes to try on your own. Get this grill.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best Charcoal Grill
I've had a Jumbo Joe (now called Smokey Joe Platinum)for about 10 years. Its seen heavy use and its always been stored outside. It ought to be a basket case by now, but I have yet to replace any part of it, though the grates are rusty. In contrast with the previous review, I find the little Joes too small for two people. This model will easily handle a roaster and sides, plus it fits in my trunk with the lid upside down. I'd buy one again in a minute.

4-0 out of 5 stars Weber Jumbo Joe
The Weber Jumbo Joe is a very good charcoal grill. It is well built, has some nice features and cooks delicious food. I really like the "lid lock and handle" feature. It makes it easy to bring the grill with you to tailgate or to just pack it up to put away after use. My only word of caution is that the grill is relatively large. It's meant for cooking more than just a couple of burgers. So, there is a sizable charcoal commitment every time you use it. So, if you typically feed four or less people, the 14.5 inch regular Smokey Joe Grill (or Tuck and Carry) may be a better choice. If you feed more than four on a regular basis, "Go for the Jumbo". You won't be disappointed! ... Read more


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Asin: B000256LUQ
Catlog: Kitchen
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11. Weber Wok
list price: $34.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00008W71U
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 521
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Features

  • Outdoor wok for charcoal kettle grills; great for stir-frying
  • Made of rustproof, stainless steel; conducts heat evenly; easy-to-clean
  • Designed to fit Weber's 18-1/2-inch kettle grills
  • Comes with cooking instructions and stir-fry recipes
  • Stainless steel kettle-grill wok for outdoor stir-frying

12. Weber 60020 The Ranch Charcoal Kettle
list price: $1,199.00
our price: $999.99
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Asin: B00004U9LN
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 946
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Triple nickel plated hinged cooking grate
  • Porcelain-enameled bowl and lid prevents rust
  • 1,104 square inches of cooking area
  • Removable ash catcher
  • Locking casters

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Whatta grill!
I was in the hardware store today and I saw the regular Weber 22 inch kettle. How did I ever cook anything on that tiny little thing? This grill's huge cooking space gives you plenty of room for indirect cooking. It's impossible to sear steaks then move them off the heat in a small grill unless you're doing one or two. With this one, you've got acres of space -- my culinary success rate went way up with this one.

There is a similar model out there called the Whalen King Kettle. It has virtually the same cooking space but takes a smaller bite out of your wallet. Anyone know anything about it? Happy grilling...

4-0 out of 5 stars Best giant Charcoal grill I've seen
I have a family of 7 with a few extra around a lot of the time. Grilling used to be a step by step process which usually meant I ate after everyone else because I was still cooking when most were eating. We like to do meat and vegetables on the grill and with this grill I can do it all at once and sit down with the family and enjoy! You can build your fire off center and spin the grate to move one item off and another item over the flame. You can also build small fires on two sides and put meat in the middle and smoke anything. Easy to control vents allow you to regulate the heat and burn time of the coals. Also it doesn't use a bag of cahrcoal at a time as you might think. You can use one Weber Chimney Starter (which I also recommend)full to cook most items. The grate is TOP quality. I used to go through a grate a year on my old Weber Kettle. This grate is beefy and I think must be finished better. No rust at all after two years. The only thing that keeps me from rating this 5 stars is dealing with ashes. You have to remove both grates (and the cooking grate is a handful)and shovel ashes out. The bottom has three vents that are not made for ash removal. At least you can cook a ton before ashes become a problem. It is expensive and a load but I would do it again in a heartbeat if a tornado came and blew it away. That is about the only thing I can think of that would keep this thing from lasting for 20 years or more.

5-0 out of 5 stars L"Let the flames begin"
This is the title of Chris Schlesinger's new book. This book also has been an inspiration and recommedation for me to purchase this grill. I can cook anything on this baby. I have the room to do pizza perfectly and much easier. I have grilled 7 bone in Rib steaks on a multi level fire with delicious results using natural lump charcoal and a nice Oak log. Grilling just doesn't get any better. I don't have to worry anymore if I have enough room to grill for a large party. This is built to last. Your right Chris, I believe this grill has changed my life.

5-0 out of 5 stars What-a-Deal
I have used a 22" kettle for 18 years and have always wanted a kettle where I could use the inderect style of cooking with more accuracy. This kettle allows me to cook for one, two, or fifty,(people) with little problem.

The setup for this grill is easy, and the first use was great. My neighbor looked over the fence, "Man, what a barbecue!"

The hinged grate is sturdy, and allows easy access for adding wood to the fire. The lid works very well in the holder.

The entire kettle is sound and the heat neaded to sear meat properly does not deform the grate (I keep a very hot fire).

The price ... shipped is a very good value.

5-0 out of 5 stars Prepare to Entertain!
If you like the 22" or 26" Webers you will love the Ranch Kettle. Cooks just like its smaller kin but with the "Grande Meals" in mind. Plenty of room on the grill to move things around from direct to indirect heat. Weber says you can put 27 game hens at once on it. Heck with the little birds, to give you an idea of the cooking surface - I filled the grill with 20 chicken halves. A great investment! ... Read more


13. Weber 22-1/2" Platinum One-Touch -- PARENT
list price: $249.00
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Asin: B00005Y6O2
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
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Features

  • 22-1/2" in diameter
  • Black heavy gauge porcelain-enameled steel lid & bowl
  • Rust-resistant aluminum legs & ash catcher
  • Weather-resistant molded nylon handles
  • One-touch cleaning & venting system

14. Weber 752001 22-1/2" One Touch Gold Charcoal Grill, Burgundy
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B00004RALQ
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 1565
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Weber's One-Touch Gold kettle grill is a great buy for anyone looking for a classic model with a few convenient extras. The design is sleek. The results are delicious.

As with all Weber grills, this kettle's lid and bowl are constructed of premium porcelain-enameled steel--which means not only does heat radiate evenly, but the grill will survive if it's left out in the rain. The cooking surface (22-1/2 inches in diameter) is big enough to accommodate six large steaks, twice as many burgers, or up to a dozen kebabs, and the grill's classic kettle shape keeps flare-ups to a minimum.

When designing this grill, Weber clearly kept convenience in mind. The grill's nickel-plated grate has two built-in hinged side openings that make adding more charcoal briquettes easy and safe, and, when the lid's not in use, it can hang from the bowl by a handy hook. The grill is durable, too. The porcelain-coated steel bowl and lid are exceptionally strong and designed never to rust, fade, or peel. The grill's aluminum vents and ash catcher won't rust either, and its tripod base, nylon handles, and all-weather wheels--besides being exceptionally sturdy--make the grill remarkably easy to maneuver. Weber's patented One-Touch cleaning system--a clever setup of lever-activated blades--sifts ash out of the kettle and into a cooking-pot-shaped ash catcher. You never have to get your hands dirty--and emptying the kettle takes only a few seconds.

To top it all off, Weber throws in a 31-page owner's guide filled with cooking tips and time-tested recipes for grilling everything from pork chops to bratwurst to Cornish hens. ... Read more

Features

  • One Touch Cleaning & Venting System
  • 22 1/2" In Diameter
  • Burgundy Heavy Gauge Porcelain Enameled Steel Lid & Bowl
  • Rust Resistant Aluminum Legs & Ash Catcher
  • Weather Resistant Molded Nylon Handles

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars gotta love this grill
This is a quality grill. It arrived in perfect condition, and we put it together with minimal effort. The parts are sturdy and well-fitting. Several thoughtful little details (such as the flip-up panel on the grill that allows you to add more charcoal) make things easy for BBQ beginners like my husband and I. The catch bin at the bottom is simple to use, prevents ash from blowing all over the yard, and you can make several dinners on the grill before needing to empty the bin.

A chimney starter accessory is a must. No more lighter fluid, no more endless waiting for the coals to get hot enough to start cooking. It makes the difference between a barbequed meal being an hours-long production and a casual "Hey, why don't we barbeque that?" just before dinnertime.

4-0 out of 5 stars Weber Kettle Grill
This is an outstanding grill. Excellent, excellent product. However, it twice arrived damaged. Severe cracks on the grill lid and on the body, removing the coating. Do not know if this is a manufacturing or shipping problem. Weber is replacing the damaged parts for my grill. This is a fantastic product, but sadly it may take some time to get one that is not messed-up.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use; well-designed
Don't know much about grills or grilling, but this seems to be a quality product from a serious company. I appreciated all the recipes and detailed instructions that came along with the barbeque. The grill itself was simple to put together (not too many parts), but is admirably sturdy. The ash-catcher is a useful feature, especially if you keep your grill on a balcony or somewhere possibly windy; I'm glad I paid extra for it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Thanksgiving on the Grill
We roasted our Thanksgiving turkey using the Weber grill last year. The directions in the booklet were simple and the results were wonderful. The turkey was delicious and we had room in the oven for all the other stuff that goes along with the meal. ... Read more


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