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The Top 8 BEST Grills of 2019

Learn about the hottest grills on the market this year. Get the all the specs you need to get the best grill for your home.

You want to start barbequing, but you’re missing something. You’re missing a grill. Maybe you’ve never had one, or the one you’ve had is on its last legs. A new grill is needed, but where do you start? Acme Tools is here to slim down your options with some of our top rated grills in our store and break down their key features. Let’s dive right into it then?

So many types of grills exist from natural gas to propane and even charcoal. Each one has its pros and cons about them, but that’s up to you to decide. This list is to break down the information that you need to get the best bang for your buck. We aren’t here to compare which one is the best in our own opinion. We are simply relaying information that we have compiled from research from our own sales, reviews, and other sources.

ImageProduct NameFuelPriceAverage Online RatingAnalysis
Jumbo Joe 18.5Charcoal$
5 star blocks, with 4.8 of the blocks shaded in red.

4.8/5
Product Info
Original Kettle PremiumCharcoal$$
5 star blocks, with 4.8 of the blocks shaded in red.

4.8/5
Product Info
Spirit II E-210Propane$$$
5 star blocks, with 4.8 of the blocks shaded in red.

4.8/5
Product Info
Summit Charcoal Grilling CenterCharcoal$$$$
5 star blocks, with 4.8 of the blocks shaded in red.

4.8/5
Product Info
Summit Black Natural Gas Grill CenterNatural$$$$

5/5
Product Info
Keg-A-Que Portable Gas Tool Box GrillCharcoal$

5/5
Product Info
Rogue 365 Propane Grill with Infrared Side BurnerPropane$$$
5/5
Product Info
Digital 4-Rack SmokerSmoker$$$
5/5
Product Info

Weber Jumbo Joe Charcoal Grill

For those times, when you need something portable and don’t want to use gas, the Jumbo Joe is excellent. A light-weight and compact version of the classic grill of yesterday, its size still gets the job done. With a removable ash catcher, it makes clean up quick after barbequing for yourself or your friends.

Cooking Area (in2) : 240.0Warranty: 10 Limited Warranty
Grate Material: SteelWeight: 18 Lbs.
Lid Material: Porcelain EnamelGrill Body: Porcelain Enamel
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Weber Original Kettle Premium Grills

Never can go wrong with a classic look and better features and that’s what you get with the Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill. With a hinged cooking grate standard in this model, you can easily add more charcoal for extended cooking. One-Touch cleaning is a system installed that helps scrape ash from the bottom of the grill into the removable ash catcher.  Not to mention you can get this grill in either black, orange, green, or crimson.

Cooking Area (in2) : 363.0Warranty: 10 Year Limited Warranty
Grate Material: SteelWeight: 33.0 Lbs.
Lid Material: Porcelain EnamelGrill Body: Porcelain Enamel
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Weber Spirit II E-210 2 Burner Propane Gas Grills

A sleek look for those who need something small for the patio the Spirit II E-210 is perfect for those areas. Then for those who want to expand on their cooking expertise, this model features the GS4 grilling system and is iGrill capable. So, if you need a great all around grill but have a flair for cooking, look no further than this model.

Cooking Area (in2): 360.0Warranty: 10 Year Warranty
Grate Material: Porcelain-Coated Cast IronWeight: 103 Lbs.
Lid Material: Stainless SteelGrill Body: Stainless Steel
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Weber Summit Charcoal Grilling Center

This grill is for the charcoal snobs who think cooking with gas is a lesser way of cooking. Charcoal grills have always gotten a bad rap for their look and being flimsy looking. The Summit Charcoal Grilling Center gives the charcoal lover the sleek look, mobility, and space for prepping or holding the meat.

Cooking Area (in2): 452.0Warranty: Limited Warranty
Grate Material: Stainless SteelWeight: 208 Lbs.
Lid Material: SteelGrill Body: Steel
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Keg-A-Que Portable Gas Toolbox Grill

Camouflage your grill in your truck or garage with this Toolbox Design. This perfect for tailgating, camping, and the beach. A self-contained grill it promises it won’t leak grease or ash allowing for easy transport after cooking.

Cooking Area (in2): 172.0Warranty: Limited Warranty
Grate Material: Stainless SteelWeight: 18 Lbs.
Lid Material: SteelGrill Body: Steel
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Weber Summit Black Natural Gas Grill Center

For those who have larger spaces and host a lot of people, this is the grill you would need to feed every guest. Connecting to your natural gas line from your home this would be a stationary set-up and wouldn’t see movement. But with six burners in the central unit and an additional one off to the side, you will have all the space you need to cook your steaks, burgers, chicken, fish, and veggies.

Cooking Area (in2): 624.0Warranty: See Manual for Details
Grate Material: Stainless SteelWeight: 396 Lbs.
Lid Material: Stainless SteelGrill Body: Stainless Steel
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Napoleon Rogue 365 Grill with Infrared Side Burner

Cramped spaces where a grill couldn’t fit the Rogue 365 will accommodate. Though small in size, you don’t lose any of the cooking power you would get from other grills. Adjust the size of the grill thanks to its removable side table, comfortably sitting in your space.

Cooking Area (in2): 545.0Warranty: 15 Year Limited Warranty
Grate Material: Stainless SteelWeight: 140 Lbs.
Lid Material: Stainless SteelGrill Body: Stainless Steel
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Bradley Digital 4-Rack Smoker

For those who prefer entertaining guests than standing in front of a grill, the Bradley Smoker 4-Rack Smoker is the choice. Smoke indoors or out with this machine and get the desired temperature every time. Set a timer to relieve the stress of waiting and checking on your food.

Cooking Area (in2): 520.0Warranty: See Manual for Details
Grate Material: Stainless SteelWeight: 45 Lbs.
Lid Material: Powder Epoxy SteelGrill Body: Powder Epoxy Steel; Interior Stainless Steel
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Final Thoughts

When it comes to grilling, you have a plethora of options to choose from, but at Acme Tools we want you to get the best. So, no matter if it’s gas or if it’s charcoal, a good grill will serve you well throughout the summer and throughout the year if you want. As long as you take care of it and keep up with its maintenance this one purchase can last you multiple summers, beach trips, and pool parties.


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At Acme Tools we always want you to Do Your Best Work and that includes grilling. But if you didn’t see the grill you wanted on this list head to Acme Tools and check out our Out Door Living and find the one that better suits your needs.

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