Weber 40020 Smokey Joe Premium 14-Inch Portable Grill

August 13, 2019 - Comment

Grab the handle of your Smokey Joe Premium portable charcoal grill and throw a BBQ, tailgate, or grill lunch anywhere you go. Its lightweight design and carry handle make it easy to pack up your charcoal and grill wherever the day takes you. Product Features Holds up to five burgers made with a Weber burger

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Grab the handle of your Smokey Joe Premium portable charcoal grill and throw a BBQ, tailgate, or grill lunch anywhere you go. Its lightweight design and carry handle make it easy to pack up your charcoal and grill wherever the day takes you.

Product Features

  • Holds up to five burgers made with a Weber burger press
  • Compact and lightweight for grilling on the go
  • Porcelain-enameled lid and bowl retain heat, and won’t rust or peel
  • The Tuck-N-Carry lid lock doubles as a lid holder to avoid placing lid on the ground
  • Dampers allow you to easily control the temperature inside your grill

Comments

Anonymous says:

I’ve owned both and prefer the Gold. Here’s why: I owned the Silver and Gold side by side for close to a decade. Now I just have the Gold, which has more controllable heat because of the side vents, which are WAY easier to adjust (and close after cooking to preserve charcoal for next time) than the Silver’s bottom vent. You say those vents are above the charcoal? Not on mine when I’m grilling, because I have a cheapie pie cooling rack I sit on the charcoal grate to raise the coals an inch or so, which makes for better open-top grilling in…

Anonymous says:

What else is there to say? It’s a Weber, it works. I couldn’t make up my mind between this unit and two other Weber models, but chose this one ultimately for the few small feature differences between it and the regular Smokey Joe. Essentially, those differences are that there is a single air vent at the bottom of the regular one while there are two side vents on the premium model. This makes getting the ashes out of the cooker a little easier.Anyone who knows anything about outdoor charcoal barbecue cookers already knows that the…

Anonymous says:

Smokey Joe Gold – Would be nice to have side air vents below the charcaol, not above it I went from using a cheap cast iron hibachi grill for 15 years that finally fell apart, to a Smokey Joe. I don’t use charcoal briquettes. Instead, I use natural wood charcoal, which is not uniform in size. First, I purchased a Smokey Joe Silver, with air vents located on the bottom of the grill. I found that when the natural charcoal started to ash, larger “un-ashed” pieces of coal would get lodged in the air vent at the bottom, choking off air. I added an additional charcoal grate on top…

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