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$129.00 $128.99 list($149.00)
1. Weber Baby Q Gas Grill
$129.99 Too low to display list($149.00)
2. Weber 22 1/2-Inch One-Touch Gold
$179.00 $176.03 list($199.00)
3. Weber Q Portable Propane Gas Grill
$179.00 list($199.00)
4. Weber 2820 Smokey Mountain Cooker
$6.99 list($7.99)
5. Weber 9907 Baby Q Vinyl Cover
6. Weber 2005 Model 841001 22 1/2-Inch
$139.00 list($219.00)
7. Char-Broil 4754960 Patio Caddie
$79.69 $78.75 list($89.00)
8. Weber 741001 22 1/2-Inch One-Touch
$649.00 list($749.00)
9. Weber 2005 Model 6750001 Genesis
10. Weber One Touch Gold Kettle Grill
$9.99 list($12.99)
11. Weber 9600Char-Basket Charcoal
12. Weber One Touch Silver Kettle
$49.70 list($59.00)
13. Weber Propane Gas Go-Anywhere
14. Weber 2005 Model 6721001 Genesis
$39.69 Too low to display list($49.00)
15. Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal
$599.00 list($699.00)
16. Weber 2005 Model 6740001 Genesis
$34.69 Too low to display list($49.99)
17. Weber 40020 Smokey Joe Gold Charcoal
$169.99 $139.76 list($229.00)
18. Char-Broil 4654870 Patio Caddie
$6.99 list($19.95)
19. Duncan Bar-B-Que Grips 5-Piece
20. Weber 2005 Model 6711001 Genesis

1. Weber Baby Q Gas Grill
list price: $149.00
our price: $129.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000E6GHI
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 8
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Cast aluminum lid and body
  • Super-portable with a spacious 189 sq. in. total cooking area
  • True open flame grilling
  • Tubular stainless steel burner
  • 8,500 BTU-per-hour input

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars This Baby Gets It Done
I've owned several other portable grills (Grill-2-Go, $20 propane grills), but this one is by far the best. You know it is something special when it arrives fully assembled except for attaching the lid.

The cast iron grilling surface makes those great searing marks and lets the food cook evenly. The regulator on this grill really allows you to adjust the size of the flame (unlike cheaper grills). The drip pan is also great and replacements can be purchased at local hardware stores.

We use this grill with our RV and it is the perfect size for our family of 3. I don't see how we could use the full size Weber Q --- the baby Q is more than large enough for us.

Kudos to Weber!

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing!!
I was thinking about purchasing the Q Grill but was hesitant because of the size. Then I saw the Baby Q "new" this year! All I can say is that it's an amazing grill! Well crafted, very very portable and cooking with it is amazing! The food does not taste like propane whatsoever. And it makes perffffect grill marks!!! Just fantastic!!! The built-in starter is a good added bonus for this gas grill!! Also, the grill is bigger then what it looks like online. You can easily cook two chicken on this thing!!

5-0 out of 5 stars bbq
great little grill ive limited space its just the rt size for me.works better then some of the large high priced grills that ive tried

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Portable Grill
10 out of 10. Cast iron grate and overall design delivers the best grilling I have ever enjoyed. I am all thumbs when it comes to grilling, but the BabyQ has never disappointed. Cannot recommend more highly.

3-0 out of 5 stars Cool Grill but ... What were they thinking!
I like the grill a lot, but WHY IN THE WORLD would they make it to use a 14.1 OZ propane conister??!! I have YET to find one of those canisters, so I will have to take the other peoples advice and bend the support rind to accomodate the 16.4 oz conisters. POOR product development by Weber!

P.S. - I DID finally find a 14.1 propane canister at Lowes. They are kept with the other fuels used for torches and welding equiptment in the hardware isle. ... Read more


2. 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


3. Weber Q Portable Propane Gas Grill
list price: $199.00
our price: $179.00
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Asin: B00008RC2Q
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 10
Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

Weber's Q hybrid gas grill has a uniquely funky design that allows it to serve equally well as a compact portable grill or as a full featured backyard grill at home. Its generous 280 square-inch porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grate offers plenty of grilling acreage for a pile of burgers, strip steaks, hot-dogs or a fish nearly as big as the one that got away. The lid offers a 7-inch tall capacity and can cover foods as big around as a whole chicken. At the same time, the Q folds up to only 31-1/2 inches for easy carrying, and the Q's glass reinforced nylon frame helps keep it lightweight without sacrificing strength or durability. It has two durable fold out side wings with built in tool holders to serve as work tables, and the lid on the handle is heat resistant, and large enough to offer an easy grip even when you're wearing a grilling mitt. There's an infinitely adjustable burner valve with a high quality regulator to allow for complete control of cooking temperatures, a push-button ignition for easy reliable lighting, and the Q is fueled by a standard 14.1 ounce propane cylinder (not included). The lid and body are made of durable cast aluminum, and have built in drip ducts to channel away juices and drippings, which then collect on an easy to reach and easy to clean lower tray. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

Features

  • 12,000 Btu-per-hour input; 17.7 W x 32 L x 15.29 H inches, 42.4 pounds
  • Portable propane gas grill
  • Expansive 280 square inch porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grate
  • Goes together in under five minutes out-of-the-box
  • True Weber open-flame grilling wherever you are

Reviews (33)

5-0 out of 5 stars Love the Q!
Husband & I recently bought a Q, after many years of happy grilling on a Weber charcoal grill. We'd been shopping for a gas grill for quite some time, but could not find a quality small grill. Most of the gas grills are just TOO BIG!

We're usually grilling just for the two of us and we wanted a gas grill for the convenience. The Q certainly fits the bill. It's great! I've cooked steaks, burgers, chicken, fish, pork chops, zucchini, onion slices -- well, you get the picture -- and they've all turned out perfectly. It gets plenty hot and heats very evenly. The side tables are a marvelous addition. I was concerned that they might get "icky" when you fold them into the Q, but they're designed so that only the tiny little points on the corners touch the grate.

The cart is a worthwhile addition. It could be a bit sturdier, but it works well enough and the Q fits snugly on top of it and sort of "locks down" under some plastic tabs. I bought a 5' LP adapter hose for $10 at the local sporting goods store (look in the camp stove aisle) so I can hook it up to a 20# tank. My only complaint is that the cart instructions say DO NOT store a tank on the cart, so the tank has to sit beside the Q. I'd rather be able to store the tank on the bottom rack of the cart, but I guess Weber has its reasons for instructing you not to do so.

All in all, a great purchase!

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Great Weber Grill
This is my third Weber grill and first ever gas grill. I've been considering a gas grill for more convenience during the week, but didn't want one that took up much room. The Thermos and Coleman portable models that have come out in the last year interested me at first, but really just seemed to be outdoor grillpans/griddles. Then I saw the Q...

The Q is a good looking, stylish grill. Added to that are clever design features (folding trays, ultra-light composite shell), a high quality regulator, and a cast iron cooking grate that weighs more than the rest of the grill. Weber has also designed accessories that add to the functionality of the Q. Out of the box, assembly is a breeze. A useful Owner's Guide and a nice recipe card booklet are provided.

I've cooked one meal so far. The food cooked evenly across the whole surface. Once it was preheated, the medium gas setting was plenty to keep the heat up. I was very impressed with how well it cooked. Also, don't be fooled by the thought of a portable grill being small -- the Q can handle a lot of food. I had 4 sausages and 12 large shrimp on it and there was plenty of room for more.

As a longtime dedicated charcoal guy, I find that gas grilling just doesn't provide the same flavor. But the Q has won me over for quick, clean, and convenient weeknight cooking. The idea of being able to take it on the road adds to the value. It may even prove to be a handy double-burner for weekend barbecues. Thanks, Weber, for another great grill.

(Update: I've now grilled potato planks, chicken breast, pork chops, pizza, polenta, pinwheel skirt steaks, garlic bread, eggplant, mushrooms, and beef skewers. All have turned out pefectly. Can't say enough about the cooking grate and evenness of cooking across the entire surface.)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best BBQ grill ever
If it's possible for a grill to revolutionize BBQ'ing as mankind knows it, then this is the grill. Seriously! I was always a diehard charcoal BBQ guy, and I've had weber grills in the past and have been very happy with them. But I recently moved to an apartment complex where I could not have a charcoal grill. When I saw the Weber Q grill, it was love at first sight. The design is both attractive yet practical. The purchase was a no brainer as I new I had to have a gas grill, eve though I still would have rather had a charcoal one for the sheer flavor. Well after getting this home and cooking a dozen burgers and dogs for myself and some friends I was completely overwhelmed. I had never tasted gas-grilled burgers which tasted so good. Furthermore, this thing heats up so fast, it's just amazing. In 3 minutes the grill is hot and ready to go, and that grill, solid cast iron, holds the heat and cooks beautifully. I've never been able to cook those cool grill marks on burgers and steaks before. Believe me, you will cook perfect burgers and steaks, with those grill marks, while retaining all the flavor and juiciness. This grill is awesome. Unfortunately I paid $30 more than what Amazon is charging because I bought it from a specialty BBQ store and I needed it that day, but trust me, this is the best grill you will ever buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little grill!
I echo the positive sentiments of all reviewers past. Goes together quickly. I also have the stand & the cover. Just used the grill for a 4th of July mini-cookout. Perfect for the 2 of us. I can easily see this grill handling enough food for many more people without a problem. Came up to cooking-temperature very fast and cooked our steak tips and burgers nice and evenly. It was a very windy day here as well and I had no problem at all with the grill staying lit. Never once did I lose the flame.
Very durable - I tipped it over while it was resting on the Weber Q cart. It rolled a few times on the lawn but was unscathed in the end. Not even a scratch. Needless to say I am very impressed with the quality of this product!
Like some others mentioned, I am using the 16oz propane cylinders after a minor tweak to the holder. No problems there either.
Even though we have more than enough room for a full-size grill, I like being able to store the grill in a small space. After using this one, I can see no reason to get a full-size grill.
I would strongly recommend this grill. It truly lives up to all the hype.

4-0 out of 5 stars No space? No problem!
Living in a small top floor condo, I needed a grill that was small, yet worked well enough to cook a good family-sized meal. So after doing a little research on the internet, and by reading magazines; I settled on the Weber Q Portable Gas Grill.

This grill is very nice for a portable grill. It's got an attractive functional design which allows it to fold up when transporting it, or when its not in use. Although it doesn't generate as much heat as bigger grills, it does have enough power to cook about 5-7 large hamgburgers at once easily. The burner is basically a rectangular metal tube with tiny holes from which the flames emerge from. The burner itself rests below the grill about 7-8inches. This makes a hotspot that is about center, but slightly towards the cover's hinges. Around the center of the grill, there is ample space for indirect cooking, but if you plan on cooking a large pork roast, this still maybe a bit small. Still, for most other things like hamburgers, chicken legs, ribs, and hot dogs; the Weber Q works very well.

As far as taste goes, charcoal is still the best, but I would rather use a good gas grill like this one in favor of its easy clean up. The Weber Q's porcelain/cast iron grill can be easily removed and cleaned with soapy water and some good scrubbing. The drip pan is easily accessible as well as the bottom of the grill itself - where all the ash and drippings collect. This can be easily cleaned with some 409 cleaner and a scrubber. Typically it takes me about 15-20 minutes to clean my Weber Q after I finish using it. And best of all, I can do it all in my small kitchen, without having to go downstairs to the shared water hose.

The Weber Q uses 14.1 ounce Propane gas canisters. These last about 1.5 hours, so I would recommend at least 3 for a weekend bar-b-que. These cansisters can be easily screwed into place, and held by a fitted metal ring. I should point out that the Weber Q is made to work with the 14.1 ounce canisters because this metal ring is sized for them specifically. You could also buy an attachment that allows for the larger, more common propane tank to connect to it, but I think that would cut down on its portability. Also note that these canisters should not be disposed of like other trash. Typically, hardware stores like Orchard Supply are willing to dispose of them for you. In my case, I usually give them my used canisters when I go there to buy more.

Perhaps the only real downside to this grill is that it does not come with a stand. You would be forced to kneel, or sqaut to get to your grill as a result. Weber does make a stand, but it costs another $25-30. So if you want to save yourself from some back pain, definitely get the stand. Of course, this brings the price of the grill to almost $200. And that's somewhat expensive for a portable grill. Still, I do like the ease with which the Weber Q folds up and how portable it is (the stand folds up as well). So if you have little space and want to grill decent amounts of food, I suggest checking this grill out. It's expensive, but it's a very good portable grill. ... Read more


4. 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


5. Weber 9907 Baby Q Vinyl Cover
list price: $7.99
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B00025LR8C
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 32
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Features

  • Cover for Weber's Baby Q gas grill; protects grill from the elements
  • Made of heavy-duty vinyl
  • Elastic side bands and a front draw cord help keep the cover secure and snug
  • Should be hand-washed

6. 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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7. Char-Broil 4754960 Patio Caddie Gas Grill
list price: $219.00
our price: $139.00
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Asin: B00004TBJ7
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Char-Broil
Sales Rank: 27
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Measures 22.0 by 16.75 by 44.0 inches; all parts covered by Char-Broil warranty
  • Compact gas grill; 10,000 British thermal units; easy-to-clean porcelain cooking surface
  • Porcelain-steel body construction; includes temperature gauge
  • Thermsulate liner to maintain consistently high temperatures
  • Wide base design; easy rolling wheels; push-button ignition; 14-pound tank

Reviews (46)

5-0 out of 5 stars great design, small size, unique product!
OK, this grill doesn't get as hot as the much bigger, much more expensive weber-type grills with multiple burners. That said, it still easily gets hot enough to cook a decently thick new york steak in just a few minutes per side. And as far as cooking with the lid off-- what do you expect for a lousy [money amount]!?!

On top of that, it's PERFECT for those with small apartment style balconies. It's economical on gas-- I use it pretty regularly and have yet to go through an entire large tank of propane in over six months of use. It's the perfect size if you're grilling a quick steak or two (or up to 6 or 7 hamburger patties) for one person.

The grill itself has the large gratings that leave pleasant, savory grillmarks on the meat. It's easy to clean, and doesn't cling onto charcoal and carbon like other grills seem to. The lid also has thoughtful little hooks on the inside part of the assembly screws, making it easy to hang the lid on the lip of barbeque itself instead of having to set it down somewhere. The little temperature guage on the front is useful for telling how fast the inside grill temp is heating up (essential for preheating the grill, something you should always do before cooking), although I don't rely on its accuracy in cooking/timing meat.

This is a great grill, a great idea, and great execution at a very attractive price. It's shown that it holds up extremely well after nine months of use, and I'd buy another in a heartbeat.

Those with the space/backyards and multi-family sized barbeque needs should look elsewhere, but just looking at it should tell you that. For the rest of us doing some quick grilling for 1-2 people, this could be the perfect grill.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great grill with nice features
I bought one of these grills three years ago to replace the standard aging $100 gas grill. It heats up quickly and cooks very nicely. The grill has wide flat porcelein bars instead of the thin chromed wires you would expect at this price. The lid has a thremometer built in, a nice touch. The grill is round, which doesn't leave hot and cold spots like some rectangular grill exhibit. The burner design is very simple, the top of the gas tube opens beneath a round cast heating plate which distributes heat very evenly. After three years, the grill shows no signs of aging.

My ex-wife got the grill, so I just bought another one yesterday. The quality and great features are still there.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not Great
This is a perfect grill for small groups. I typically only grill for my wife and I so the size is perfect. It wasn't too difficult to assemble and the parts machining is excellent, everything fit together very well. I have only 2 problems with this grill. First, the hangers you attach to the lid to allow you to hang the lid from the side of the grill are quite a pain when placing the lid. Makes it difficult for the lid to fit snugly. Not a problem, I'll just take the hangers off as they don't work that well anyway. Second, I grilled on it 2 days ago, on a fairly calm day weather wise. For some reason the flame kept going out. Took me an hour to grill 4 steaks, should have only taken 20 minutes. Not sure what causes this problem as I haven't ready anyone else experiencing it. It's annoying enough that it keeps the grill from getting 5 stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars only one problem
we love the size of this grill.it is easy to keep clean.we are looking to buy another one and give our old one to our friends.the problem i found was the front leg rusted and broke away from the frame.
mary

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for apartment patio
This thing is great. It's not suited for a 20-person cookout but for cooking for 1 or 2 people, or 3 times that many on occassion, it's great. I used full-sized propane tanks and they last over a year with using the grill 3 - 4 times a week for steaks, chicken, or fish. I HIGHLY recommend this product for apartment dwellers who want a gas grill but don't have the space for a full-sized unit. ... Read more


8. 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


9. Weber 2005 Model 6750001 Genesis Gold C Propane, Stainless Steel
list price: $749.00
our price: $649.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000659KBY
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 162
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Amazon.com Review

Legendary Weber quality, tons of thoughtful features, and built-to-last construction make this propane-fueled gas grill a solid choice for years of pure grilling pleasure. Three high-grade stainless steel burners run the length of the durable, thick-walled cast aluminum cookbox, inputting a powerful 36,000 BTU per hour and producing exceptionally even heat without hot or cold spots. Each burner is individually controlled to enable either direct or indirect cooking, while the infinite control valves allow exceptionally precise temperature control. The Genesis Gold C also adds a heavy-duty side burner that lets you prepare your entire meal in one spot, heating side dishes and sauces while your meat grills. 611 inches of total cooking area provide enough room to cook for even large parties and include a convenient warming rack, to keep already-cooked foods warm or toast hamburger buns, and a warm-up basket, to cook easily burned foods like fish or vegetables and to provide more warming space. Weber's Crossover ignition system makes starting the grill easier than ever, lighting all three burners in succession with just the push of a button.
Like all Weber gas grills, the Genesis Gold C features heavy-duty stainless steel Flavorizer bars to eliminate the flare-ups caused by lava rocks and ceramic briquettes; fats and juices hit the angled bars and sizzle away, adding delicious, smoky barbecue flavor instead of flames. A slide-out bottom tray funnels grease away from the burners and into a removable catch pan for quick and painless clean-up. The grill includes a roomy storage area with solid steel bottom shelf, while a swing-up work surface offers plenty of space to spread out sauces, marinades, utensils and other prep essentials. The work surface is made from granite-look Thermoset for maximum durability, heat resistance, and ease of cleaning, and features four sturdy hooks to keep favorite barbecue tools close to hand. The double-walled stainless steel hood adds a layer of insulation to trap heat and protect from discoloring.
Thoughtful add-ons and extra features elevate this grill above similarly priced models. A built-in thermometer monitors the temperature inside the grill for precise cooking. Rugged, weather-resistant wheels are crack-proof in the most extreme temperatures and allow easy transport, while locking casters prevent the grill from rolling during cooking. The porcelain-on-steel control panel includes a meat temperature chart on the enameled surface for easy reference, and all three burners have screens to keep spiders from spinning combustible webs inside. Best of all, ten fasteners are all that's needed to put this grill together, meaning you'll go from box to barbecue in less than 40 minutes. Included are a 20-pound tank to hold liquid propane and an easy-to-read fuel gauge, so you'll never run out of gas mid-meal. The Genesis Gold C measures 63 inches high by 64-1/2 inches wide by 30 inches deep. Made in the USA, it's backed by a limited lifetime warranty. --Mary Park
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Features

  • Assembled unit with lid open measures 63 by 64-1/2 by 30 inches; limited lifetime warranty
  • Propane-fueled gas grill; precise, even heat; 611 square inches total cooking area
  • 3 stainless steel burners; Flavorizer bars; double-walled steel hood; cast aluminum cookbox
  • 36,000 BTU-per-hour; additional 12,000 BTU side burner; StopWatch Engineering for assembly in less than 40 minutes
  • Built-in thermometer; 1 swing-up Thermoset work surfaces; 4 tool holders; storage area with solid steel bottom shelf

10. 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

11. Weber 9600Char-Basket Charcoal Fuel Holders
list price: $12.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B0000CBIL1
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 121
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Amazon.com Review

Indirect cooking is the method of choice for larger cuts of meat such as ribs, roasts, whole chickens, or delicate foods like some types of fish. However, arranging hot coals evenly around the outside of a grill can prove messy, difficult, and even dangerous. This pair of fuel holders solves the problem by holding charcoal or wood chunks firmly in place, allowing you to place a pan in the center of the grill to capture drippings and prevent flare-ups. Heat from the two holders rises, reflects off the inside of the grill, and cooks slowly and evenly from all sides, much like a convection oven but with the improved texture and flavor of barbecue. Made from aluminized steel for exceptional durability, these fuel holders fit 22-1/2-inch kettle-style grills, including Weber’s One Touch and Master Touch series. --Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Pair of sturdy holders for charcoal or wood chunks
  • Made from durable aluminized steel
  • Fits 22-1/2-inch kettle grills, including Weber's One Touch and Master Touch series
  • Makes indirect cooking safe and convenient

12. 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

13. Weber Propane Gas Go-Anywhere Grill
list price: $59.00
our price: $49.70
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Asin: B00004RALK
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 18
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Weber's Go-Anywhere gas grill adds convenience to the fun of camping and tailgating. This compact unit has a surprisingly generous grilling area--large enough to fit four medium steaks. The push-button ignition system makes lighting the fire easier than ever, and the patented heat-distributing Flavorizer bar ensures that your food cooks evenly and efficiently every time.

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

  • Sturdy porcelain-enamled cooking box and lid resist rust
  • Propane gas grill with easy-to-use push-button ignition system
  • Patented heat-distributing Flavorizer bar
  • Pivoting legs lock lid in place, add safety
  • Triple nickel-plated cooking grate provides 160 square inches of cooking surface

Reviews (40)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little grill
I've owned a Weber Go-Anywhere for a couple of years now and it's been a regular part of my outdoor cooking. Gets up to temperature quickly and is great for grilling simple stuff like salmon, chicken and sausages. The food doesn't taste *quite* as good as my mesquite-fired kettle BBQ but the Go-Anywhere also doesn't take 30 minutes to fire up.

The piezzo lighter flaked out on my Weber a couple of months after I bought it but it's pretty easy to light with a match. As another review mentioned, they do rust pretty quickly but they're really sturdy and basic. It grills as well as it did when I first bought it.

Strongly recommended for folks looking for a small, no-nonsense (or frills) gas BBQ.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great portable grill that won't disappoint
This Webber gas grill is a joy to use. It is easily portable (perfect for tailgating, picnics ...) and simple to use. You can buy the propane tanks in any department store ...I have found that one propane can... is enough for at least 3 grill times (for 2 people).

The food itself cooks well and has a nice flavoring. Dogs, burgers and ribs have all come out very well using this grill. There is enough surface area to feed about 3 adults on average.

My only complaint would be that the gas starter button is a little flimsy; you need to be careful when starting it. But this is a great product and I love using it.

5-0 out of 5 stars There just isn't a better portable grill anywhere.
I remember in college my roomie had this old gas hibachi purchased at WalMart for about $25. It was all we could use at the apartment, so it had to be small. It cooked unevenly, never got super hot, but got us through two years of school.

Fast forward nine years later, where $50 doesn't seem like a huge sum of cash anymore. Based on some reviews here, I ordered it up. I have cooked ten meals on it - pork, chicken, burgers, fish tonight. It cooks better than ANY grill I have used before, full-size or not.

It gets pretty hot, for one. The drip pan over the pro-style burner tube vaporizes all of the fallen juices, smoking things up real good and giving food a great flavor. You just have to let it crank for 10 minutes on high to get up to temp, then adjust the temp to your liking.

You can tell out of the box the difference Weber makes in grill making. It is heavier than you would think. The burner tube is a full length unit, covering the enetire cooking area. The regulator is even better than on the portable grills you find at K Mart. The drip pan replaces those terrible, smoky, greasy lava rocks. The ignitor is a nice touch.

Some keys to good grilling though - always, always keep the lid on. Don't poke your food - lets all the juices out!

Only cons to this unit -- the disposable propane tanks get expensive, and this grill goes through them pretty quickly (if you use the grill every day, of course). And lastly, the right side of the unit cooks ever so slightly cooler then the rest of the unit (good for veggies, etc).

Best portable anywhere!

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Little Grill
I bought this grill specifically for tailgating at PetCo Park when my beloved Milwaukee Brewers came to town. Since PetCo doesn't allow charcoal grills, I had to settle for cooking my brats over gas. I was able to cook four brats, two ears of corn and some beer soaked onions in tin foil all at the same time with this grill. There was even a breeze that day, and it didn't blow the flame out. The only small complaint is the starter didn't work too well - luckily, I brought a pack of matches along just in case. Otherwise, this grill worked just fine!

5-0 out of 5 stars HOW MANY BTU'S
THE FAMLIY & I DO ALOT OF CAMPING, & OFTEN IT TAKE'S US AWAY FROM OUR POP-UP CAMPER & WHEN IT COME'S TO MEAL TIME, WE ARE FACED WITH GOING BACK TO THE POP-UP,EATING A COLD PACKED-LUNCH OR EATING OUT, NONE OF WHICH I PREFER!! I USED TO HAVE A SMALL GENERIC PROPANE GRILLE, & IF THERE WAS EVEN THE SLIGHTEST BREEZE, IT WOULD WAFFLE & BLOW OUT, I ENDED UP TOSSIN IT, JUST OUT OF PURE FRUSTRATION, I HAVE READ THE REVIEWS ON THE WEBER GO-ANYWHERE, & IT SOUND'S LIKE THE TICKET, BUT NOWHERE DO I SEE OR READ ON THE BTU'S!! CAN YOU HELP????? ... Read more


14. Weber 2005 Model 6721001 Genesis Silver B Propane, Black - PARENT

Asin: B00065ADSS
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber Stephen Company
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15. Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill
list price: $49.00
our price: $39.69
(price subject to change: see help)
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


16. Weber 2005 Model 6740001 Genesis Gold B Propane, Stainless Steel
list price: $699.00
our price: $599.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000659KBO
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber
Sales Rank: 374
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Amazon.com Review

Legendary Weber quality, tons of thoughtful features, and built-to-last construction make this propane-fueled gas grill a solid choice for years of pure grilling pleasure. Three high-grade stainless steel burners run the length of the durable, thick-walled cast-aluminum cookbox, inputting a powerful 36,000 BTU per hour and producing exceptionally even heat without hot or cold spots. Each burner is individually controlled to enable either direct or indirect cooking, while the infinite control valves allow exceptionally precise temperature control. 611 inches of total cooking area provide enough room to cook for even large parties and include a convenient warming rack, to keep already-cooked foods warm or toast hamburger buns, and a warm-up basket, to cook easily burned foods like fish or vegetables and to provide more warming space. Weber's Crossover ignition system makes starting the grill easier than ever, lighting all three burners in succession with just the push of a button.
Like all Weber gas grills, the Genesis Gold B features heavy-duty stainless steel Flavorizer bars to eliminate the flare-ups caused by lava rocks and ceramic briquettes; fats and juices hit the angled bars and sizzle away, adding delicious, smoky barbecue flavor instead of flames. A slide-out bottom tray funnels grease away from the burners and into a removable catch pan for quick and painless clean-up. The grill includes a roomy storage area with solid steel bottom shelf, while two swing-up work surfaces offer plenty of space to spread out sauces, marinades, utensils and other prep essentials. Both surfaces are made from granite-look Thermoset for maximum durability, heat resistance, and ease of cleaning, and they feature four sturdy hooks to keep favorite barbecue tools close to hand. The double-walled stainless steel hood adds a layer of insulation to trap heat and protect from discoloring.
Thoughtful add-ons and extra features elevate this grill above similarly priced models A built-in thermometer monitors the temperature inside the grill for precise cooking. Rugged, weather-resistant wheels are crack-proof in the most extreme temperatures and allow easy transport, while locking casters prevent the grill from rolling during cooking. The porcelain-on-steel control panel includes a meat temperature chart on the enameled surface for easy reference, and all three burners have screens to keep spiders from spinning combustible webs inside. Best of all, ten fasteners are all that's needed to put this grill together, meaning you'll go from box to barbecue in less than 40 minutes. Included is an easy-to-read fuel gauge, so you'll never run out of gas mid-meal. The Genesis Gold B measures 63 inches high by 65 inches wide by 30 inches deep. Made in the USA, it's backed by a limited lifetime warranty. --Mary Park
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Features

  • Assembled unit with lid open measures 63 by 65 by 30 inches; limited lifetime warranty
  • Propane-fueled gas grill; precise, even heat; 611 square inches total cooking area
  • 3 stainless steel burners; Flavorizer bars; double-walled hood; cast aluminum cookbox
  • 36,000 BTU-per-hour input; StopWatch Engineering for assembly in less than 40 minutes
  • Built-in thermometer; 2 swing-up Thermoset work surfaces; 4 tool holders; storage area with solid steel bottom shelf

17. 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


18. Char-Broil 4654870 Patio Caddie Electric Grill
list price: $229.00
our price: $169.99
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Asin: B00004TBJ6
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Charbroil
Sales Rank: 242
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Also includes temperature gauge
  • Powerful 1650-watt electric grill
  • Good-sized: 187 square-inch cooking surface
  • Porcelain coated steel grate and steel housing
  • Includes controller with 5-foot insulated cord

Reviews (27)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Good Grill
I live in an apartment, and was forced to buy an electric because no gas or charcoal grills are allowed. I picked this one, and I will say that I am very, very pleased with this grill. You still put charcoal briquets (included) into it, and it cooks VERY well, with no added tastes that you sometimes get from charcoal or gas grills. Top notch product, for a good price!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great grill alternative...
I have had this grill for about a month now... I did a lot of research since I had to get an electric grill (by to my complex rules). This is a good grill. I cooks like a gas grill except you must keep it covered to cook. The food comes out great, the size is good... I recommend it to anyone with strict complex requirements, I may actually buy one for my father as well.

3-0 out of 5 stars Poor quality pieces
We live in an apartment building that does not allow charcoal or gas grills, we decided to purchase this one. Many of our neighbors have it and the food always tastes great. We are in the process of putting ours together and I can tell you that the construction of the grill is extremely cheap... The screws that come with the grill to attach the accessories do not fit the brackets. So my husband ended up stripping the screws to fit them in. Overall this grill is very poor quality. I guess the old adage is true - they don't make things like they used to.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use and maintain
This is the best small grill you can buy. Our priority was a small footprint, and that's what we got. It uses a minimal amount of space and produces the same delicious results as the most expensive large grill. I am a 50 year old woman who is pretty easily frustrated by mechanical devices, but found this easy to build. In fact, I built two of them one summer because my neighbor was so amazed at the quality and ease of use of this grill. The instructions were easy to read and follow. Amazon has an excellent price. I paid more for mine. Buy the plastic cover so you don't have to clean the outside of the grill, too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great to use--the devil to put together!
A wonderful product. It arrives unassembled and was a bear to put together--however we are not the handy types. The 800 helpline was soon on speed dial.

Once assembled, the patio caddy is a jewel. Compact, easy to use, easy to clean, almost invisible on our deck. It's even somewhat portable on its little wheeled base. For the money a great investment...just the right size for us and the way we entertain. ... Read more


19. Duncan Bar-B-Que Grips 5-Piece Barbecue Tool Set
list price: $19.95
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B0002J9XCK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Duncan Industries
Sales Rank: 16848
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Features

  • 5-piece barbecue tool set
  • Includes tongs, fork, basting brush, spatula, and tool holder
  • Made of high-quality stainless steel
  • Cushioned handles for a comfortable, secure grip

20. Weber 2005 Model 6711001 Genesis Silver A Propane, Black - PARENT

Asin: B00065A96O
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Weber Stephen Company
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