9 Best Portable Grills of 2024, Tested and Reviewed


PKGO Charcoal Grill This was a very solid charcoal grill, but the only reason it was left off the main list is because of its weight. Although it's a manageable size, it weighs 35 pounds, which is a little heavier than a grill I'd personally want to carry around. The PKGO is well made and has a really cool dual function where the lid comes off and flips over to become a brazier, so you can actually double your cooking surface and find a brazier that's more like a charcoal grill. If you have one, you can get it. .If you don't mind the grill carrying some weight

Everdure Cube Portable Charcoal Grill: We love this small and stylish charcoal grill with a built-in cutting board and prep container. The only reason I took it off this list was the hefty price tag of $200…a lot for a small charcoal grill. That said, it's well made and easy to operate (less than £20), so if you have coins to spare, go for it.

magma firebox single burner: This is another grill that I like, but it's not very portable or affordable. The burner alone weighs 26 pounds and costs $450, but you'll need to add the following options: grill top accessoriesit costs another $450 and weight another £26 to actually grill. This model was designed with boaters in mind, so if you're setting sail, you might want to take a closer look at the pricey Magma.

Giantex tabletop propane grill: I didn't have any major problems with this grill. It worked fine and came out hot and cooked evenly. Compared to the Weber Q and NomadiQ, I simply prefer the design of these small gas grills. The Weber Q is more sturdy and comes with a convenient built-in shelf, but the NomadiQ is the most portable gas grill I've ever seen. That being said, this is a great grill and worth the $170 price.

charcoal portable gas grill: This grill is cheap and the product is worth the price tag. When I put it together, it was a little shaky and I didn't think it would last more than a season. But for $33, what more could you want? If you need something to get you through a weekend of camping, this is it.

Char-Broil: Char-Broil Deluxe Tabletop Grill: While the char-broil mentioned above may work as a good budget grill, this model is too poorly designed and crafted to warrant wasting $90 on it. It has one of the worst prices in the small grill category and you should definitely stay away from it.

BioLite grill and fire pit: If you want a fire pit that transforms into a grill for beach hanging or backyard BBQ, this is a solid option. This $300 model worked well, but I found the construction to be a bit cheap for such an expensive grill.



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