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Weber 10020 Smokey Joe 14-Inch Portable Grill

4.7 out of 5 stars 843 customer reviews
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  • The Weber Smokey Joe charcoal grill is an ideal portable grill for cookouts, tailgate parties, and car camping
  • The glass reinforced nylon handle allows you to easily remove the lid as needed
  • The cooking grate measures 14-1/2-inch diameter and is triple nickel-plated
  • The porcelain enameled coating prevents rust and fading
  • 10-year limited warranty
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Product Description

Color: Black

Product Description

If you want to grill in the wild, at the shore, or wherever the party is happening, then you're in luck. Weber Go-Anywhere Grills live up to both their name and their fame: Weber quality in a portable package.


Perfect for cookouts, tailgate parties, and car camping, Weber's Smokey Joe Silver grill is the classic traveling grill. With its 14-1/2-inch-diameter grate, the Smokey Joe Silver easily cooks three steaks at a time or twice as many burgers. The porcelain-enameled bowl and lid resist rust and deliver even heat. To top it 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.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 15.6 x 15.6 x 9 inches
Item Weight 9.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 9.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Outdoor Living
Manufacturer Weber
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Item model number 10020
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4.7 out of 5 stars 843 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #111 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
#21 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Grills & Outdoor Cooking

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By A.Trendl HungarianBookstore.com VINE VOICE on October 19, 2002
Color: Black
Though this is a portable grill, it is terrific for at home use if you're single, or have a small balcony apartment. It takes very little space, and is easy to maneuver when cleaning time comes.

I've used this gem for years. My apartments, on the whole, mandated the simplicity and efficiency offered up by the Smokey Joe.

A great feature is the rounded top. This enables better smoking, as air and smoke circulates more fluidly.

The downsides:
The legs aren't as sturdy as they could be. Given time, a bit of bumping around and general abuse, and the screwed on legs might turn askew. If you notice this while the grill is hot, you've a problem. The solution is to keep them tight during non-use.

The air intake at the bottom gets clogged with ashes. A key to good charcoal grilling is the manipulation of air flow. The intake might be open, but stopped up. If you are diligent to clean the ahes, you'll be OK.

Because the grill is so close to the ground, you need to be careful. Unlike most of Weber's grill, this one os also apt to getting kicked over, run into by dogs, cars and children.

I fully recommend Weber's Smokey Joe. Now, I'm hungry. Time to stir the coals and pop on a few brats.

Anthony Trendl
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I was reading reviews for this product and I had to laugh at some. I've been using my same grill now for 15-20 years, and here are some of my thoughts. 1. An absolutely fantastic cooker, I have chicken down to a science. Try always to use bone in skin on chicken, 1 hr-1hr 15 min. for large breasts, 1hr 15 to 1 hr 30 min. for legs, 40 min give or take a few for large boneless breasts, btw always start bone side down, protect the meaty side of your breast, same with legs. number 2, I use a coffee can full of charcoal, probably 15 to 18 briquets, and I always soak some hickory, now using apple wood, gives the chicken a very nice taste and by putting the damp wood on it keeps heat down at beginning of cook and smokes up a storm for first 20 minutes. I turn my lid every 10 minutes or so,keeps cooking more even and lastly every 10-15 minutes or so I find the cool spot in the grill and use that to my advantage to keep my cooking uniform, big pieces, small pieces etc. Finally, as chicken shrinks as fat is cooked out, if you did everything right, you nuked a few potatoes and 20 minutes b-4 chicken is done you'll have room to squeeze a few in there, no foil, get grill flavor without, and remember potatos are almost completely cooked from microwave. number 3, finally you take chicken off, you grill your peppers, zuchini, and corn, grill corn husked and just laid right on grill for just maybe 5 minutes or so, keep turning veggies and you have a meal fit for a king, I entertain 5-6 people like this because I can fit 6 breasts on grill or 5 very large ones, 5 being perfect so you can squeeze the potatos on there too.
Hands down best grill 30 bucks will buy.
I will absolutely buy a new one when this finally goes and if you're cheap like I am, turn your top damper when done cooking and reuse larger pieces of charcoal by putting in coffee can after cooled and always wipe grate down with oil.
Happy grilling
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I've had one of these little Smokey Joes for probably 15 years now. It definitely has some strong points, but also a few drawbacks.


1. Durable. Mine's been outdoors in the weather for 15 years now. When I give it a good cleaning, it looks almost new.

2. Cooks well. I've grilled steaks, burgers, dogs, etc. It does a nice job on them all. And it doesn't use a whole lot of coal to do it. I've got a 22 1/2 weber too, but sometimes when cooking for only 2 of us, I use the smokey joe to save on coals.

3. It's small and does a nice job in a small space like apartment porch or patio.


1. It's inconvenient as a Portable grill when traveling. It's got no carry handle or way to seal it up. Also, once you've grilled and need to go, there's nothing to do with the hot coals. You've got to seal all the vents and wait for them to be extinguished. Even then I'd be nervous about dumping them out or putting the grill in my trunk.

2. The legs get bent out of shape easily. I never abused mine, yet somehow they always are bent out of shape. Sure you can bend them back again, but later on its the same story.

If I were buying a small portable grill today, I would go with a rectangular grill like the Weber Go Anywhere grill. The legs fold up and snap over the cover. Then you just pick it up like a tool box by the top handle and go. If you choose a propane version you avoid the problem of dealing with the hot coals afterward.
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This Smokey Joe Silver grill replaced my old Smokey Joe regular grill (which was 10 years old when I got it and then lasted another ten years). The Smokey Joe Silver grill is made from heavier steel than the old one and feels more substantial. It's just small enough to rinse out in my kitchen sink but big enough to grill for 4 to 6 people on the deck. You'll get about 40 to 60 minutes of premium grill time after your 12 to 15 charcoal briquettes turn grey after lighting. Keep the grill kettle lid on to keep the heat working longer.
Tip: While grilling, never lift the lid straight up, rather move it to the side before lifting so as not to draw ashes up directly into your food.

5/19/2009 This is still a great little charcoal cooker. I continue to use it and recommend it.

1/29/2010 Using this grill in winter is fun because it's so easy to clean up and bring inside after it cools off. For example, after work yesterday we grilled delicious marinated chicken and veggie kabobs in the early evening moonlight, even though it was only about 10° outside. For dessert we roasted marshmallows over the charcoals and watched the full moon. It was great.
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