Reddit Reddit reviews Weber 10020 Smokey Joe 14-Inch Portable Grill,Black

We found 18 Reddit comments about Weber 10020 Smokey Joe 14-Inch Portable Grill,Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Weber 10020 Smokey Joe 14-Inch Portable Grill,Black
Holds up to five burgers made with a Weber burger pressCompact and lightweight for grilling on the goPorcelain-enameled lid and bowl retain heat, and won’t rust or peelDampers allow you to easily control the temperature inside your grillDurable plated steel cooking grate retains heat and is easy to clean. Dimensions - Lid closed 17 H x 14.2 W x 14.5 D inches
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18 Reddit comments about Weber 10020 Smokey Joe 14-Inch Portable Grill,Black:

u/Askaj · 34 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

Why people are so obsessed with grills on internet these days?

You can get smoking hot black grill for as little as $29.99 on Amazon

u/Omikron · 31 pointsr/Frugal

Sometimes I can't help but laugh at the posts here.

30 bucks gets you this...

What you have probably costs that much or more unless you got the bricks free somewhere and the actual grill will do a much better job.

u/bluebledthesea · 7 pointsr/Frugal

I have to imagine they're referring to something like this which is around $30. It's a fine little grill, but I'm not sure the two of you are thinking of the same products. We can also buy really nice Weber grills for $800+.

u/decade240 · 6 pointsr/pics
u/DesolationRobot · 5 pointsr/grilling

My college grill was a 14" Weber Smokey Joe. Legit grillin' on a college budget. Made a chimney out of an old coffee can. And then when y'all are old and married you can take it camping.

u/GreatLakesPrepping · 3 pointsr/preppers

If it needs to be very compact, for something like a BOB, I really like my little solid fuel tablet stove. I have this one. They also make ones that use a little can of fuel.

If you're looking to replace a campfire and it doesn't need to be tiny, you may be able to use something like a Smokey Joe BBQ. When the national forest around here has a "no ground fires" decree, the Smokey Joe does alright, and isn't considered a ground fire.

Then of course there's the good 'ol Coleman camp stoves and similar. Or a Rocket Stove that uses bits of wood.

u/e42343 · 3 pointsr/grilling

Weber's Smokey Joe is my travel grill and I love it. I first got it when I lived in a small apartment. It's now my travel grill.

u/purebishop · 3 pointsr/BBQ

Non-mobile link. I haven't used it myself, but the Amazon reviews look stellar. I have a bunch of Lodge CI and can't complain about any of it. If you need something that's portable and works well with retaining high heat (because of the CI construction), go for it.

If retaining high heat isn't as important but you still need it to be portable, check out a Weber Smokey Joe. It appears to be around the same size, but much cheaper.

u/evandena · 2 pointsr/madisonwi

I have a small charcoal webber you're welcome to borrow.

It's small, but it's quality and works.

u/HappyTrafic · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I see your problem, so I offer my solution.

u/mpak87 · 2 pointsr/sousvide

I keep meaning to try this, as I have a couple of chimneys and have heard good reviews of the technique. There was a post on here a couple of weeks ago where it was tested, and found to work well, just not as well as laying the steak on coals directly. For something more delicate like pork or chicken, I still think it's a good idea. It's just been a real Alaska winter and I haven't gotten around to it. You won't likely put it out by covering it, though you'll likely slow the combustion down considerably. You could probably let it burn out in the chimney, but you'd do quite well to spend the $20-30 (depending on season and purchasing location) and get a Weber Smokey Joe. It's a really high quality grill for the money, and will serve you very well for charcoal experiments. I used gas my whole life, until a few years ago, and am now totally converted to charcoal. I have a much bigger grill, but cooking for smaller groups, the little guy is my go-to.

u/PornulusRift · 2 pointsr/oculusnsfw

>Thanks! I have been enjoying creating my own grils I just wanted to see others too.

Here's a gril you might be interested in.

u/BillDaCatt · 1 pointr/Blacksmith

As Aureolin22 said, I doubt the flowerpot would tolerate very many heating and cooling cycles before it broke. Have you considered doing the same thing but lining a small charcoal grill or a cheap steel wok instead?

Serious question: Why is propane not an option? Stores won't sell propane to you, or your parents won't let you?

I ask because you might have good luck making a small propane forge using a spiral flame propane torch, a small coffee can or large soup can, and a 50/50 mix of sand and Plaster of Paris. (refractory cement would probably work as well or better than the sand/plaster mix)

There was a post here on it a short while back. It seemed interesting so I built one myself just to see how well it worked. Turns out, it works pretty good! It won't produce welding temperatures, but it gets plenty hot for forging. It worked even better after I partially closed off the mouth of the forge with three pieces of firebrick. The one I made also has a 9/16" hole drilled through the back so that I can heat round stock up to 1/2" inch diameter anywhere along its length. I have used it twice now for about 30 minutes each time and I still have only used about half of the fuel in the tank. (I started with a full tank just to see how long it would last in one of these.)

If you are interested I can take some pictures of the one I made.

If coal or charcoal is your only option and you want to stay really cheap just dig a little hole and build your fire in the hole with your air pipe poking in from the side. (assuming the powers that be at home won't lose their minds over you digging a hole and you have a yard to dig in.)

u/midgetcricket · 1 pointr/internetparents

We used to live out of suitcases (due to Mom's employment, not this, this sucks and I'm so sorry they're going through this)! Small portable game systems are a must for kids, I don't know if that's something that they made it out with, but they sure made our lives better. I would have killed for a Kindle, but even old systems from a second hand shop or a yard sale (sometimes you have to leave them behind anyway, it's hurts less if they weren't expensive) would probably be welcome. Phone cards, even just one a piece for emergencies, are incredibly helpful. We sometimes used blow up furniture, they don't often last long, but it's fun, it's portable, and it's yours. Decorative throws serve multiple purposes: as blankets, you can hang them for decor that helps the heating bill, and then you can wrap your stuff in them when you leave again. A camera, so that you can focus on new happy memories (not trying to encourage repression, but it really makes forgetting the bad parts easier later when you have concrete proof of the good ones). Stuff for a luxurious bath every now and then would be 'frivolous' enough for a gift, and it helps with the mental health, as well as technically being practical (everyone needs to be clean!).

> She also has no car

Is there any form of public transportation where they are? You could spring for a month's bus/tram/equivalent pass.

As for the organizing, there are the closets that hang, or the collapsible stand alone wardrobe. There's pop up storage bins, or this hoarder enabling abomination that I may be buying myself now. These things are like suitcases you never have to unpack.

I actually have this vacuum, it works awesome on hard floors and gets the job done on carpets if you keep at it, it's fairly quiet for a vacuum, and comes apart for getting hard to reach areas/fixing when you sucked up something it shouldn't have eaten. You could toss in a few small office/kitchen sized trashcans and liners to match, a lot of people can stay clean if they have arms reach access to a bin, but never think about buying extra bins.

You said that she has some cookware, but I'm going to add this here anyway. We always left behind the measuring spoons and cups, then wouldn't buy more until we absolutely had to. We often lived in hotels and lived off of whatever could be microwaved or grilled on the hibatchi (note, that was an example, don't spend more than $20 on one), and a good set of microwavable dishes makes a world of difference as to what you can make. Spices to dress up canned veggies are also indispensable and often out of budget, even if it's just some Mrs. Dash mixes, seasoning salt, garlic powder.

Lastly though, I want to commend you. You're an awesome friend. The world would be a better place with more of you. Knowing that someone out there has your back can mean everything when you have nothing. Good luck to your friend and her son, I hope your care package makes their day.

u/holoholomusic · 1 pointr/WeAreTheMusicMakers

Why not both! The theory is the same, it's just the hand skills that are different. You'll probably find yourself gravitating to one or the other which is fine. Practice 30min - 1hour a day and you should pick it up pretty quickly. Tons of online tutorials for both instruments, just make sure you actually play along and do the exercises because just watching isn't good enough. Money wise you could get both a uke and mini keyboard for under $200 total.


Kala makes cheap ukuleles that sound pretty damn good. Their more expensive ones are good too, but no need to spend that much yet. Lohanu's are super popular and sound good as well.

Soprano is the more traditional size, Concert is a little bigger with a bit more fret spacing which is nice if you have big hands.


Useful accessories:


Midi Keyboards (Note: these connect to your computer):

Komplete Kontrol M32 (best software bundle by far)

Arturia MiniLab MkII 25

Akai MPK Mini MKII

Novation Launchkey Mini 25


Too lazy to do useful accessories for this at the moment.

u/LemonZoo · 1 pointr/teenagers


u/HopelessSemantic · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Many things on my wish list would be very useful in the aftermath of a bomb going off.

These oven mitts would protect my hands as I sift through the wreckage.

This pretty scarf would help conceal my horrible facial scarring from the blast.

These knives could be used to fend off zombies, mutants, or other survivors who are trying to take our supplies.

This tool would be very useful and convenient to bring with us. We'd have to keep moving to try to get somewhere that wasn't destroyed, and you don't want a lot of extra stuff bogging you down.

However, this grill would be helpful to have, and charcoal would be readily available. There would also be some meat lying around. Fuck, I'm morbid.

Thanks for the contest!

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u/SaaToveri · 1 pointr/grilling

As mentioned before this is the Weber Smokey Joe, the smallest/cheapest option. I did not see it on the EU Amozon store. Have you looked into ordering from the US site and possibly paying for shipping? I do the same shipping UK DVDs to the US. Might be in budget.