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Weber 121020 Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill
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- Rectangular plated steel cooking grate is included, providing 160 sq. in. of grilling surface area
- Plated steel legs maneuver to secure lid in place for transport
- Lid includes a glass-reinforced nylon handle that stays cool during cooking
- 2 adjustable dampers regulate the flow of air, each with 3 vent holes
- The porcelain enameled coating prevents rust and fading
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|Item Dimensions||14.5 x 21 x 12.25 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||121020|
|Material Type||Porcelain-Coated Cast Iron|
|Shipping Weight||15.23 pounds|
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This Weber charcoal go-anywhere grill is solidly engineered with no nuts or bolts. The pivoting legs lock lid in place for carrying and it stows away nicely in a tight space. Grill features a porcelain-enamel bowl and lid, and 160-sq.-ft. total cooking space. Porcelain enamel, steel and nylon. Made in USA. 14-1/4Hx12-1/4Wx21L".
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.
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Update: 11/4/13: Now in use 20 years and still works well with few signs of wear --though I treat it with respect and affection, having travelled with me to Ethiopia, Mongolia, China, and the Philippines.
I've had my Go-Anywhere charcoal grill for about three years, and it has held up extremely well. The durable exterior coating is very resistent to the elements (and it's small enough that you could easily let it cool down and chuck it into a closet if you want to keep it indoors). The only thing that has really shown any significant wear is the grill grate, but these are easily replacable (and, in the long run, all grates give out eventually).
The grill has four air vents (two top mounted exhaust vents, and two vents mounted along the bottom sides). Opening all four vents allows enough oxygen flow for medium temperature cooking. Closing all four vents will suffocate a fire pretty quickly. Cooking with the lid off and the bottom vents open will net you a hot fire that will be great for searing.
Additionally, the lid can be "rockered" back onto the body of the grill. This means that you don't have to look around for someplace to put a potentially very hot piece of metal *and* you can use it as a windshield if you want.
If you like charcoal cooking and you either want a small grill or you need a portable grill, I would highly recommend this product.
I hope Weber keeps families like mine in mind going forward. How about a kit that fits inside this grill, consisting of a small chimney starter, container for briquettes, and grill brush/tongs and spatula? That would let us transport everything we need in one neat package
Pretty easy to clean out ashes. I put a plastic grocery bag over one end and just pour them out into the bag. Grill is smaller and easier to handle and clean.
The fact that the legs double as a latch to hold the top on and make it entirely portable by the handle on top is a great feature as well if you ever want to take it on a picnic, etc.
I owned the gas version of this grill for many years and am on my second one. However the steel drip guard that covers the actual flame on the gas model is steel and rusts apart fairly quickly if left outside. I got this charcoal model probably 4 years ago and rarely use the gas model anymore.
I've left it outside in the elements year round the entire time I've had it. We have very cold and snowy conditions in winter to heat and humidity and everything in between the rest of the year, and it's still in good shape. The enamel coated cooking chamber doesn't rust, and the few other parts are aluminum, so the rust that usually plagues other grills is not a worry.
Really the best smaller size grill I've found. I much prefer it to the "Smokey Joe" grill.
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