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Weber 40020 Smokey Joe Premium 14-Inch Portable 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 lid locks for carrying which lowers to double as a lid holder
- 10-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 15.5 x 15.5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||40020|
|Shipping Weight||9.7 pounds|
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Not only do these grills live up to their name, they live up to the Weber tradition of quality, performance and long life. The premium version of the classic Smokey Joe Grill, the Tuck-N-Carry features a lid lock that secures the top in place for carrying. The lid lock lowers to serve as a convenient lid holder and wind shield, a must for grilling in unpredictable weather. Dampers are located on top of the bowl for quick, safe pack-ups.
Perfect for cookouts, tailgate parties, or car camping, Weber's Smokey Joe Gold grill is the classic traveling grill. With its 14-1/2-inch-diameter grate, the Smokey Joe Gold easily cooks three steaks at a time or twice as many burgers. The porcelain-enameled bowl and lid resist rust and deliver even heat. When it's down, the lid lock doubles as a lid holder, letting you slide the lip out of the way while you cook. And, when the feast is done, simply fasten the lid lock over the top handle, pick up, and go. As an added bonus, 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.See all Product description
Top customer reviews
This little grill worked great for supporting my cast iron skillet, which cooked-up (3) pounds of bacon for a group of 12 people. It took a few (5) rounds, sure, but it did the job, and on a single load of coal. Nothing is more annoying than stopping 1/2 way during a grill session to add more coal. I was surprised that I didn't need to, considering the size.
I didn't bother trying to use this on the extremely windy days out in the desert, which (for the sake of this review) I wish I had. We had propane stoves which worked surprisingly well (even in the heavy wind), despite some of the negative reviews I read about those products on here. This is definitely not a 3-season camping grill, so I didn't have those types of extreme-weather expectations to begin with, and won't down-rate it as such.
Being a bachelor, this lil' grill has pretty much replaced my 18" grill here at home. It requires much less charcoal, gets hot much quicker, and works more appropriately with the Weber Chimney coal-starter contraption.
The most important lessons-learned after years of owning Weber Charcoal grills: Never leave the Cover-vents open (if outdoors) during rainy season. Even if the grill doesn't get directly rained upon, the moisture build-up in the air will cause the cooking-grill to rust, and you will want/need to replace it. They are cheap, so it's not a big deal, but it can be prevented!
I generally replace mine every year or 2, regardless, but the legs, grill pit, and cover components tend to last for years and years. I've had the same 18" grill for about 6 years now, and see no signs of rust to the legs, grill pit, or cover areas. Weber makes some pretty awesome grills!
Although it doesn't look very sturdy, the legs give it a good base. I bought this to turn into a mini smoker (using the top and bottom + a stock pot for the middle once I drilled holes through the bottom) and actually use it as a regular grill much more than I thought I would.
It doesn't require a lot of charcoal and will still cook 6-7 burgers or 3 large NY strips. Perfect for 2-3 people.
The main difference between this and the Smokey Joe Silver is the vent position. This was does not have a lower ash tray since the vents are on the sides. If you are considering a small grill that will be easy to pull out and use or transport, you can't really beat this as long as you understand it will be difficult to cook for more than 2-3 people. I've done it, but you have to do it in waves. Do yourself a favor and get the Weber charcoal chimney as well. It makes getting this grill started soooo much easier.
I opted for the Gold version over the Silver because it does not have the opening at the bottom and instead has vents on the side. No need to worry about leaving ash all over the place or coals falling out. Also cleaner in my opinion if you're going to put it in the trunk/back seat of your car. The locking carrying handle is also great for when on the go.