The Bottom Line
- Lightweight 8 1/2 pound grill
- Exterior stays cool to the touch
- Highly versatile cooking abilities
- Requires very little fuel (charcoal) to operate
- Very small cooking area
- Advertised versatility requires optional accessories
- Runs for about three hours on 8 charcoal briquettes
- 8.5 pounds total weight
- High quality stainless steel construction
- Drippings are drained to a storage area away from the flame making flare-ups virtually impossible
- Optional roasting rack lets you cook whole chickens or roasts under the tall lid area
- Comes completely apart for easy cleaning
- Many available accessories, including pans and woks
Guide Review - The Cobb Premier Charcoal Grill
While the size is very small (three to four burgers at a time) this unit is very easy to use and virtually fool proof. You really can put a chicken on to roast and come back in an hour to check on it. Because of the excellent grease management system that collects grease away from the flame, flare-ups are virtually impossible.
This is a great little unit for campers, boaters and tailgaters who don't need to prepare a lot of food, but want the versatility and near fool-proof cooking this unit has to offer.
While the additional accessories (woks, smoker box, skillets, griddles, etc.) add a lot of feature these will add a lot to the units overall price.