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Weber 10020 Smokey Joe 14-Inch Portable Grill
- Low Return Rate: 45% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 90% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "small grill"
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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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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.
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You see, I didn't take the time to clean it and worse yet, it was left behind OUT IN THE ELEMENTS on the back 40 of a friend's property for over eight months...rain, mud, snow, freezing temperatures. I thought, no big deal, I had lost it out there and was going to buy another one, yet my buddy said he found it laying on its side not far from the cabin. Not expecting good results, I took it home, cleaned it up and it was gleaming! Not a speck of rust on the porcelain kettle at all. Not a single imperfection on the finish. No oxidation, nothing. All the oxidized guck came right off. Looked like new. The grate, coated in guck from all the summer and fall grilling, shined right up. Not a speck of rust on that either. Being that I didn't treat this poor guy too well, I didn't expect it to clean up so well after being left up in the woods for several months and never cleaned before that point. Obviously Weber uses higher quality materials and finishes. That is why you can find their older grills everywhere loooong after the cheap department store specials have rusted away or fallen apart, not unlike the way my $700 gas grill did in less than three seasons (which was not a Weber). That grill, on the other hand, was babied and stowed away in my garage, yet that couldn't last a full two years without a rusted firebox. Way before the rust appeared, I noticed that the finish on the firebox was like a thin glaze. It would literally make audible cracking sounds when flexed and when fasteners were tightened during assembly. Black flecks confirmed this. Hmmm...wonder why it was so quick to rust?
The Weber kettle is an icon, sort of like how a KitchenAid stand mixer is an icon. Both are stout, sturdy and straightforward pieces that last and last. Since I am left with no choice but to kick my expensive yet crappy gas grill to the curb (no longer under warranty), I just bought the bigger version of this, the original full size kettle. Didn't want to drop hundreds of dollars on another gas grill since most of them have rusting problems. Sure, charcoal isn't convenient as turning a knob and it sure is smoky but the taste is better and a Weber will last forever with its heavy duty finish and better quality materials and workmanship.
I live in an apartment so I was looking for something smaller that I can take outside and sit in the grass/ grill or something at the beach, it really is perfect! I'd recommend :)
So far it's been easy to clean and maintain, lighting charcoal is easy if you buy a chimney, and the two air vents allow slight adjustments to temperature. I'm no grilling expect, but as an amateur this is easy-to-use, not difficult to clean, and super portable (I bought a bag to carry it is as well, not expensive at all!)
It's my first charcoal grill, so the process of figuring out how to light it, clean it, etc. took a bit longer than I would have liked -- but after the initial "figuring it out," it couldn't be simplier. And of course, grilling your steaks, corn, hamburgers, or weiners -- it's all so, so good. Very glad I bought it.
I use it at home, to tailgate, and I'm bringing to along to my next camping trip.
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He uses it when out ice fishing and our favorite- tailgaiting!