Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens (cont'd)

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PlaceholderSmall lightweight hibachi style grill resting on fold out U shaped supports.
Bayou Classic's Fold and Go Portable Charcoal Grill is easy to carry, folding up into a compact attaché case size that weighs less than 7 pounds. Unfortunately the lightness is achieved by using thin flimsy construction. If you don't mind schlepping around something a little bigger and heavier you can do way better. Even a nice little BBQ grill like Weber's Smokey Joe costs less and has... Read More
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PlaceholderSmall gray poratble gas grill resting on a small rectangular frame with two wheels. Under the grill inside the frame are two rectangular cloth baskets.
This small, portable gas grill has a unique design. The grill is integrated into a collapsible 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. On paper and in photos, the system looks good. But true to Char... Read More
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PlaceholderVery large shiny stainless steel gas grill mounted on a trailer for transport.
Tow this crowd pleasing 6-burner beast where you like. With almost 1000 square inches of cooking surface and a large 46" x 21" hood this baby is feast capable and can even BBQ a whole hog. Two insulated stainless steel ice chests, two large stainless work shelves and dual 30 lb. propane tanks.
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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 BBQ briefcase for easy transport. Various tech blogs have referred Element as "the iPhone of grills". It has a single rectangular stainless steel burner that runs off a 14.1 or 16.4 oz. propane cylinder and... Read More
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PlaceholderTwo small clam shell or disc shaped gas grills. An orange model on the left is folded up with a handle on the top. A blue model on the right is unfolded with the lid open ready to cook.
Pro-Iroda O-Grills are a line of stylish portable gas cookers that fold up and can easily be carried by integrated handles that also act as a latch to keep the lid shut during transport. These suitcase size grills are marketed for camping, tailgating, picnics, beach parties, apartment decks and balconies. O-Grills come in six colors with clam shell designs and retractable legs. They... Read More
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PlaceholderCubical box that is black and shiny steel placed on a table on a patio with grass and outdoor furniture in the background.
An interesting and unique cube shaped grill that loads charcoal in the left and right double walled sides. Meats are clamped in a grill basket, and then inserted in a slot that runs between the two walls of charcoal where both sides are cooked simultaneously, decreasing cook times and eliminating flipping. A water pan at the bottom catches drippings and kills flare up, a key feature... Read More
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PlaceholderSmall disc or flying saucer shaped gas grill with lid open. The interior is black and the outside is orange.
Napoleon's Travel Q Portable Gas Grill folds up and can easily be carried by integrated handles that also act as a latch to keep the lid shut during transport. They are virtually identical to the Iroda O-Grills. Both brands are marketed for BBQ camping, tailgating, picnics, beach parties, apartment decks and balconies. The colorful clam shell design with retractable legs is stylish and... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny steel box with a lid that is latched shut. It rests on a floor on four small black feet.
Solaire Anywhere Portable Infrared Grills are premium priced cookers made with high quality 304 grade stainless steel and feature seamless welds that are both beautiful and durable. These smallish grills are searing machines that can sizzle steaks, burgers and shrimp, but lack the ability to perform at low to moderate temperatures. With only 155 square inches of cooking surface, you'll... Read More
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Placeholderkamado from above on an outdoor deck. The lid is open showing the cooking grates.
The Broil King Keg has been discontinued and replaced by the Broil King Keg 5000. Click here to read our review of the BKK 5000. The Broil King Keg is a high quality kamado cooker, at home in the backyard or hitched to a vehicle. It excels at smoking, roasting, baking and searing thin meats. While competitive brands charge extra for just about everything but the logo, The Keg comes... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge gas grill with sides that fold out and extend left and right. A plastic garbage bag hangs from the left side. The right side is a cabinet with a door.
GOGALLEY IS OUT OF BUSINESS Meathead's Hands On Review of GoGalley. GoGalley Eagle 100 Grill: The Best Large Portable Rig Ever I'm a big football fan, an undersized high school linebacker who even did spring training with the University of Florida Gators as Paper Gator when I was sports editor of the campus paper (click the link to read about my dubious record at the Swamp... Read More

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