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There’s a reason Weber is nearly synonymous with classic, quality grills. The brand has been around since the ’50s, when the founder first invented the kettle grill. Since then, the company has kept the iconic bowl-shaped charcoal grill but also introduced gas grills, electric grills, wood pellet grills, and more—not to mention a range of grilling accessories, from grill thermometers to briquettes.

Weber is known for smart design, solid construction, and generous warranties, whether you’re in the market for a spacious stationary grill to cook for a crowd or a lightweight, portable option fit for camping, tailgating, and more.

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1 Weber 441001 Original Kettle 18 in Charcoal Grill
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Weber 441001 Original Kettle 18 in Charcoal Grill

Even still, this grill is a favorite of casual grillers and charcoal enthusiasts thanks to its straightforward operation and affordable price. People find that it’s the perfect size when grilling for two to four people, and it keeps coals hot for hours. So if a basic charcoal grill is what you’re looking for and you’re not cooking for a crowd, the Weber Original 18-inch Kettle is the way to go.
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For a no-frills, classic grilling experience, the Original Kettle Charcoal Grill is a popular choice. Also available in 22- and 26-inch models, this familiar charcoal grill has been a fixture in backyards and patios for decades. With a porcelain-enameled bowl and lid for heat retention, the 18-inch version offers 240 square inches of cooking space; you can make everything from brats and burgers to chicken and steaks—just maybe not all at once! The cooking grate is plated steel instead of cast iron, and it lacks a hinge for tending to the coals while food is on the grate.

What We Like

  • Affordable
  • High-quality construction
  • One-touch cleaning system
  • Convenient lid hook

What We Don’t Like

  • No hinge on grate
  • Cooking grates are steel, not cast iron
2 Weber Jumbo Joe Charcoal Grill 18 Inch Black
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Weber Jumbo Joe Charcoal Grill 18 Inch Black

The Jumbo Joe 18-inch is compact and inexpensive, making it a smart selection for small spaces and travel. The charcoal grill features a metal bracket that keeps the lid locked in place during transit—and holds it in place during cooking, as well. It has stainless steel cooking grates and a 240-square-inch surface area.
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Grillers love the quality construction and ventilation available on the Jumbo Joe Portable Grill, especially for the low price. You’ll have ample room for grilling for yourself and several friends. The only thing to keep in mind is that there is plenty of clearance under the lid for items like burgers and hot dogs, but not as much room to cook bone-in turkey breast or whole chickens. Chances are pretty good though that this portable grill is capable of handling anything you have in mind for a cheap park adventure or game day cookout.

What We Like

  • Affordable
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Convenient lid lock
  • Surprisingly spacious cooking area

What We Don’t Like

  • Not enough room for large items, such as a whole chicken
  • Handle can get hot
3 Weber Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill
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Weber Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill

Another feature that makes the Weber Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill great is its one-touch cleaning system, which sweeps ash into a removable high-capacity container for easy disposal. The grill also has integrated hooks on its outer handles, as well as durable wheels for better mobility.
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The Weber Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill is a classic option for anyone who loves grilling with charcoal, and you can’t beat the reasonable price for such a well-made product.

This kettle grill has a 22-inch diameter, and it can hold up to 13 burgers at a time on its 363 square inches of cooking space. The lid and bowl of the grill are porcelain-enameled for superior heat retention, and the lid has a built-in thermometer and aluminum dampers. When cooking, the grate has a hinged design that makes it quick and easy to add more charcoal, and the angled lid hook allows you to conveniently hang the lid on the side of the grill, saving you from having to place it on the ground.

What We Like

  • Classic, compact design
  • Tried-and-true cooker makes amazing food
  • A cost-conscious option
  • Ash catcher makes cleanup a breeze

What We Don’t Like

  • Charcoal fuel takes more effort than gas or pellets
  • Small to medium cooking space
  • Wheels are small
4 Weber 52020001 Q1400 Electric Grill, Gray
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Weber 52020001 Q1400 Electric Grill, Gray

With porcelain-enameled cast-iron grates, you’ll get excellent heat retention and easy cleanup. The Weber Q1400 is a great choice if you live in a condo or other small space where the use of gas and charcoal grills may be restricted or if you want an easy-to-use unit that only needs to be plugged in.
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For an electric grill that performs great wherever there is a power outlet, choose the Q1400 from Weber. This compact but mighty electric grill delivers great flavor and doesn’t require propane or charcoal.

Instead, plug the unit into an electrical outlet, adjust the temperature setting, and then get ready to grill. The key to using the Q1400 successfully is to wait a sufficient amount of time for the grill to come to temperature. Once you do, people find that the 189 square inches of cooking space can handle the grilling needs of anywhere from one person to four or more—depending on what you’re cooking up. This is the smaller of Weber’s two electric grill models, but if you don’t absolutely need the extra space, the smaller Q1400 has been found to have faster heat recovery.

What We Like

  • Durable and easy to transport
  • Quick assembly
  • Cast iron cooking grates help retain heat

What We Don’t Like

  • Doesn’t display temperature
  • Long preheat time
5 Weber 45010001 Spirit II E-310 3-Burner Liquid Propane Grill
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Weber 45010001 Spirit II E-310 3-Burner Liquid Propane Grill

This grill's open cart design provides additional storage space for your favorite tools, and it has integrated hooks on the side tables, as well. The grill is available in several colors, and it has an easy-to-read fuel gauge next to the propane tank to let you know how much fuel you have remaining. Our tester said its performance, advanced design features, and warranty make this "worth the splurge."
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If you’re looking for a well-built gas grill to sizzle your steaks and serve up perfectly charred hamburgers, the Weber Spirit II E-310 is our top pick for a gas grill.

The Weber Spirit II E-310 offers three burners with an output of 30,000 BTUs per hour, and it features the brand’s GS4 grilling system, which includes improved ignition, porcelain-enameled “Flavorizer” bars, and an efficient grease management system. The grill has 529 square inches of cooking space across its enameled cast iron cooking grates, providing plenty of room for all your burgers, steaks, and veggies, and there are tables on each side of the grill area, one of which can be folded down.

What We Like

  • Even heating surface and few flare-ups
  • Compatible with Weber’s iGrill 3
  • Easy-to-read fuel scale
  • Grease management system makes it easy to clean

What We Don’t Like

  • Price tag is steep for three burners
  • No side burner
  • Hood isn’t as deep as other models

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What to Look for in a Weber Grill


Think about how much space you have for your grill as well as your cooking preferences. Will you be cooking for two, or do you like to entertain? Do you prefer a smaller grill that you can move around easily? Consider your needs and pick a grill accordingly.


Charcoal and gas fuels each have pros and cons. Charcoal is easy to pick up at just about every grocery store and gas station, so you won’t need to make a special trip. On the other hand, gas is more convenient once you have it—you simply turn a knob to start the fire, and there’s no need to wait for coals to burn down before you begin cooking.

Grill Material

Sun, rain, snow, hail, and wind are bound to take a toll on the outer surface of your grill, so it’s important to pick a material that’s very durable. While stainless steel can discolor from high heat, it won’t rust or corrode with rain and snow. Enameled steel is durable, but eventually, it can crack or chip, leading to rust underneath.

Why Trust The Spruce Eats?

Erica Puisis is a writer and interior design expert who has been writing about all things home and lifestyle for The Spruce since 2017.

This article was updated by Camryn Rabideau, a freelance writer and product tester for The Spruce Eats. She’s written close to a dozen pieces on all styles of grills and done firsthand testing of smokers and grills featured in her articles.

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