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Portable Tabletop Charcoal Grill

Model #465131014

Portable Tabletop Charcoal Grill

Model #465131014
$24.99

Looking to take your charcoal grilling on the go? Look no further than the Portable Tabletop charcoal grill. Features include chrome-plated steel wire cooking grates. The grill folds up compactly and sets up easily so you can take your grill with you when you’re tailgating, camping or on the beach.


$24.99
  



  • Charcoal

    Powered by charcoal briquettes or lump charcoal.

  • Warranty

    We've got you covered on all grill parts for 90 days from your date of purchase.

Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Char-Broil
  • Lid Style: Domed Porcelain
  • Body Style: No Cabinet

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Portable Tabletop Charcoal Grill is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It Is, What It Is This is no-frills. Limited applications. Limited features. Well built, if you put it together yourself & over-engineer it a bit. I replaced the included screws (which work just fine) with M6 machine screws. Add a couple of washers and lock washers, and your grill will be sturdier than it needs to be. Lid & firebox are well made. Handles are plastic & acceptable since you won't be doing anything more than picking it up when you're transporting it. Vent holes on the bottom cannot not be closed. Louvered style air vents on 1 side of lid cannot be closed. You will only be using lump charcoal and wood chips with this. Bigger chunks of wood will not fit. Plan on soaking overnight, enough wood chips to completely cover your briquettes. Briquettes will tend to settle towards the middle of the charcoal rack. Once briquettes are hot, smother with pre-soaked wood chips. Give up any thoughts you may have had about cooking large pieces like a whole prime rib, turkey, suckling pig, goose, or anything even halfway ambitious. So where does that leave you with this little grill? Where that leaves you is with plenty of chops, burgers, steaks, chicken, fish, veggies, Korean short ribs, any kind of meat on a stick, marshmallow s'mores, et cetera. There are times when you just don't need to build a big fire in your big kettle. For tailgating, you could do a dozen hot links at a time. I've successfully fired this little grill up in my fireplace for sleepovers when the kids wanted to cook their own hot dogs. Although I would not really recommend that anyone else light a fire or use a bbq indoors. However, with a little panache, you can accomplish a lot. This grill does offer enough surface. I've made a single rack of ribs for when only one rack will feed both of us. Cut your chicken in half and roast it bone side down. Tomato, onion, and peppers are the base for a great fire roasted salsa. Instead of deep frying, flame broiled Buffalo wings are always a hit. We had a dinner party for 10 people, and did it Korean BBQ style in the backyard with this little grill since all the cuts of meat were already well marinated and sliced thin. And just because you cant do the Tur-Duck-Ken, you can still do quail, cornish game hens, bacon wrapped oysters, oysters in the shell, lobster, crab, and most small game that you can capture when camping. While this may not be the ideal tool for large parties, you can work wonders with proper temperature control and timing. This is not a disposable unit. It is built for the long haul. While not designed to have a lifetime warranty, you can get years of use out of this.
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value I bought this grill when I got rid of my big gas grill. It is a perfect size for one person.
Date published: 2014-06-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad Flame Action I used this one time to cook a ribeye steak. Couldn't get any flames to lick the steak so it didn't develop any flavor. I think the burner plate below the actual grill is a lousy design.
Date published: 2015-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from just got my second one Used 3-5 times a week for two years, the only thing that wore out on the old one was the heater tube and heater grate. Didn't know at the time you could order these parts, but I did order as a replacement on the new one I got. Great for a single guy, cook burgers , fish, chicken in record time.
Date published: 2016-08-10
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Can I buy a replacement burner for my table top grill? The burner is 12-5/8 " long by 2-1/8" wide. The feed tube connects in the middle.

Asked by: derflager
What is the model number for your table top grill? Do you have grill model # 465133010? The burner for this grill is model # G102-0100-W1A and is available on our site.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-07-20

Charcoal tray looks like 2-different models in the photos. I have the first model with vent holes only on the sides. Charcoal only smolders and does not light. Perhaps the tray is in the grill wrong. Frustrating....

Asked by: Julie54
We apologize for the confusion. The first picture, showing holes on the outer edges, is the correct charcoal tray for this grill. If you have encountered issues with this grill please follow this link (http://ow.ly/SktNu) or give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 and we will be able to best assist.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-07-06

Just realized the model I chatted about is not quiet right.

Asked by: didadit
Give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 and we will be able to best assist.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2015-06-09
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