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Grills

Everdure 4K Outdoor Grill

Everdure 4K Outdoor Grill

Everdure’s 4K charcoal grill can cook anything you can cook in the kitchen, and then some. It gives you precise control over airflow and temperature. It has temperature probes for the air and for meat, a side hatch for charcoal and a touch interface. Available Spring 2019.

4-in-1 Grill

4-in-1 Grill
$280  Buy Comment

This stackable outdoor cooking system can be used for charcoal grilling, smoking, slow cooking, or as a fire pit. When not in use, the whole thing collapses down to 1/3rd of its full size for storage. Includes four hooks for smoking meats and fish.

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Mr. Steak 1-Burner Portable Grill

Mr. Steak 1-Burner Portable Grill
$230  Buy Comment

Mr. Steak’s portable grill uses a 14,000 BTU infrared burner that heats up in a couple of minutes and maxes out at 1000ºF. It offers 165sq.in. of cooking space, electronic ignition, and has foldable non-skid legs for easy transport and storage.

Primus Kuchoma Grill

Primus Kuchoma Grill
$135  Buy Link Comment

Primus’ new Kuchoma grill is compact, has foldable legs and a locking lid, making it easy to take with you. It has a non-stick grill grate, a removable drip tray and an adjustable fire. Includes adapters for various gas canisters.

Nomad Portable Grill

Nomad Portable Grill
$89+  Pledge Comment

The Nomad Grill lets you enjoy grilled food practically anywhere. It’s a stainless steel portable grill that weighs only 10lb and fits into its 20″x 24″ bag when not in use. It unfolds into a 21″x 21″x 11.5″ setup with a 370 sq.in. grilling area.

Everdure Cube Portable Grill

Everdure Cube Portable Grill
$200  Buy Link Comment

A compact and portable charcoal grill from Heston Blumenthal’s Everdure line of barbecue kits. The Cube is made from stainless steel with a porcelain firebox. Its chrome handles remain cool to the touch, even while cooking. It has a built-in prep board and storage tray.

Una Grill

Una Grill
$139  Buy Link Comment

The Una is a compact charcoal grill you can carry anywhere. The tabletop grill features a minimal modern design, has a sturdy leather carrying handle, and its stainless steel cooking surface and drainage tray can be removed and washed in your sink or dishwasher.

BioLite FirePit

BioLite FirePit
$199+  Pledge Link Comment

The BioLite FirePit lets you enjoy a campfire or grill with barely any smoke. It uses a rechargeable fan to more efficiently burn wood or charcoal and drastically cut down on smoke. The electronic module can be detached and used as a power bank.

Primus Kamoto OpenFire Pit

Primus Kamoto OpenFire Pit
$130  Buy Link Comment

Primus’ Kamoto is a foldable fire pit and grill – great for places where it’s difficult or prohibited to have fire on the ground. Its wood/charcoal pit is protected from wind on the sides but is vented underneath. It also has an ash tray to keep the ground clear.

Bison Rolling Grill

Bison Rolling Grill

Camping equipment startup Bison Gears came up with a portable grill that weighs just 1.2lb and can be rolled up. The grill itself is made of hollow aluminum that’s been coated with Teflon for easy cleaning. It comes with a pair of stake stands and a pouch.

Otto’s O.F.B.

Otto’s O.F.B.
~$670+  Pledge Comment

We’d like to make the perfect steak at home, but sadly most ovens top out around 550ºF. To get that real steakhouse sear, you’ll need much more heat. Otto’s O.F.B. (over-fired broiler) uses infrared gas elements that can reach up to 1700ºF, resulting in beautifully seared meats.

Velocity Grill

Velocity Grill
$150  Buy Link Comment

Funded on Kickstarter, the Velocity Grill is a portable wood-fired grill. Its electric fan gives you an adjustable fire in minutes using only a couple pieces of dry wood. It can be powered with D batteries or via a car charger or an outlet.

Burnie Grill

Burnie Grill
$13-$15  Buy Link Comment

A single-use grill or campfire with a firestarter, charcoal and a wooden body. All you need is a single match to get a fire going. It can sustain a fire for up to 2.5h, by which time it will have burned itself off, leaving only ash.

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Well Done Social Grill

Well Done Social Grill
~$162  Buy Link Comment

The Well Done! grill encourages your friends to share the cooking duties while sitting at the table. The low-profile charcoal grill lets up to six people cook their own meals at once. Just don’t light your sleeves on fire.

Jag Grill Table

Jag Grill Table
$2,499  Buy Comment

The Jag Grill is a grill, dining table and fire pit in one. It seats and serves up to eight people. Each grill has a side door and its main parts – the dome, wooden platforms and fire pit – are removable for easy cleaning and storage.

Eva To Go Grill

Eva To Go Grill
~$210  Buy Link Comment

The To Go Grill is a portable grill made of chromium-plated iron. Its silicone handles stay cool even when the grill is hot. It also has an easily removable coal bucket and a strap that secures its parts for storage or transport.

Mon Oncle Portable Grill

Mon Oncle Portable Grill

A portable BBQ grill that looks like a vintage suitcase when carried. Perforations on its side let more air in, making the grill hotter when in use and helping to cool it when you’re done cooking. Watch out for it on RS Barcelona’s shop.

Front Runner Spare Tire BBQ Grate

Front Runner Spare Tire BBQ Grate
$125  Buy Comment

Made by Front Runner Outfitters, this stainless steel cooking grate can be mounted on top of a spare tire to save space. It fits on tires between 29″to 37″ in diameter, though you’ll need to strap it down to secure it.

Lynx Smart Grill Concept

Lynx Smart Grill Concept

The Smart Grill is a voice-activated grill that adjusts its settings based on what you’re cooking, helping you through voice prompts. But it does have a manual mode for grilling pros. Consumer Reports says it will be out in 2015 for ~$7,000.

Tanker Truck BBQ Grill 2

Tanker Truck BBQ Grill 2
$450K  Buy Link Comment

The Undisputable Cuz is supposedly the world’s largest barbecue pit. It certainly dwarfs the God-grilla and even the X-Grill. It’s over 76ft. long, has 24 doors, a walk-in cooler with beer taps and a space for a home theater setup.

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Tanker Truck BBQ Grill

Tanker Truck BBQ Grill

Move over God-grilla, there’s a new BBQ boss in town. Made by Massachusetts-based BBQ shop Breakaway, the X-Grill is a mobile grill for rent. It’s made from a converted ’87 Ford tanker truck. Images from its Facebook page.

Lotus Grill

Lotus Grill
~$278  Buy Link Comment

A portable grill that isolates coals in a mesh container and reduces charcoal usage. Its insulated shell keeps the exterior cool to the touch. Plus, a battery-powered fan system also cuts down on smoke. Also available in XL.

Lynx Electric Grill

Lynx Electric Grill
$1,500  Buy Comment

The Lynx Downtown Electric Grill lets you cook in areas where an open flame isn’t practical or safe – indoors for example. It uses a heating film that ensures uniform cooking and reaches its max temperature in just 8-10 minutes.

SolSource Solar Grill

SolSource Solar Grill
$249++  Pledge Comment

Using the power of the sun, the SolSource can grill, boil, steam, fry and bake food as fast as or even faster than conventional stoves and grills. Under maximum sunlight, its highly reflective plastic panels can heat food up to 1,000ºC.

Scion xB Sausagemobile

Scion xB Sausagemobile

The square body of the Scion xB is a bit of an acquired taste, but there’s no question about its flexibility. The guys from LA’s Seoul Sausage Co. have had theirs converted into a mobile grill truck. Oh, and their sausages rock too.

BBQ Dragon

BBQ Dragon
$42  Buy Link Comment

A clip-on, USB rechargeable low-velocity fan, which helps significantly speed up the process of getting your coals going on the grill. Much faster and less cumbersome than those coal chimneys, and better looking too.

BioLite Portable Grill

BioLite Portable Grill
$60  Buy Link Comment

Extend the functionality of your BioLite Camp Stove with the Portable Grill add-on. Simply align the fuel intake lid over the mouth of the stove to attach the grill. It comes with a plastic travel cover.

Treasure Chest BBQ

Treasure Chest BBQ
$11,500  Buy Comment

Ahoy, mateys! This awesome custom-made BBQ grill looks like an antique pirate’s treasure chest. We know it’s not grillin’ season right now, but you’ll need to save up for a while to afford it anyway.

Hot-Pot BBQ

Hot-Pot BBQ
$124  Buy Comment

An ingenious space-saving combination from Black+Blum, the Hot-Pot BBQ conceals a small grill underneath a terracotta planter. Just make sure it cools off before you put the plant back.

KettlePizza

KettlePizza
$130-$270  Buy Comment

While most of us can’t afford to have a wood-burning pizza oven in our homes, the KettlePizza is the next best thing, converting an ordinary kettle grill into a smokey outdoor pizza oven.

Blacktop 360 Grill-Fryer

Blacktop 360 Grill-Fryer
$200  Buy Link Comment

The versatile and portable Blacktop 360 has a deep fryer, flat top griddle and grill, each with its own temperature control. No assembly is required – just remove it from its bag and unfold it.

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