Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens
Party King's SWING 'N Smoke MVP Grill packages are their most popular models consisting of a 3-burner gas grill mounted on a steel arm attached to your trailer hitch. When ready, the arm swings out and away from your vehicle and a two legged adjustable stand folds down from the bottom for added support and stability... Read More
Party King makes modular systems with many parts and options... Read More
We haven't found many portable pellet smokers and the PTG (Portable Traeger Grill) is the smallest we've seen. It only weighs 40 lbs. and dimensions are 13" H x 21" W x 17" D. The lid latches shut and you can carry it by the handle like a suitcase. With 169 square inches of cook surface and about 6 inches of head room, cooking possibilities are limited... Read More
Aussie Grills is owned by Meco Corporation in Greenville, TN. They are often referred to as Meco Grills or Meco Aussie Grills. Aussie manufactures three charcoal models: Swinger, Sizzler and their popular Walk-a-Bout grills. All three styles are very similar with about 340 square inches of cooking surface on nickel plated rod grates... Read More
With no lid or dampers to control heat, the Brinkmann Go Grill Portable Charcoal Grill is only suitable for thin meats that cook fast like burgers and steaks. If that's all you plan on cooking, the 17" diameter chrome plated steel grate provides a fairly large cooking surface of 226 square inches for 30 bucks... Read More
Camp Chef's Explorer EX60LW is one of their most popular outdoor cooking systems... Read More
This small, portable gas grill has a unique design. The grill is integrated into a collapsable stand on two wheels, much like a suitcase on wheels with telescoping handle. Two 30 quart cloth ice bags rest at the bottom of the frame. The handle and grill are on telescoping poles and can be pulled up or pushed down as needed... Read More
Tow this crowd pleasing 6-burner beast where you like. With almost 1000 square inches of cook surface and a large 46" x 21" hood this baby is feast capable and can even handle a whole hog. Two insulated stainless steel ice chests, two large stainless work shelves and dual 30 lb. propane tanks... Read More
This small Element Portable Grill has been discontinued, but it is still available from many retailers. It is an interesting, very stylish, lightweight cooker that folds up like a briefcase for easy transport. Various tech blogs have referred Element as "the iPhone of grills"... Read More
This Kamado style cooker is Grill Dome's smallest model. At about 80 pounds it can be easily moved, (when cool), and even used for tailgating. Still, Grill Dome's heavy construction is apparent. It would take a hefty shove to knock over one of these substantial grills, even without the stand... Read More
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