Need a larger cooking surface from a portable grill tailgaters, campers and grilling families on-the-go will appreciate the Jumbo Joe Gold and extra large, but still very portable, charcoal grill. The Tuck-N-Carry lid lock allows for carrying, and also lowers to double as a lid holder.
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100%of customersrecommend this product21 of 21reviews
The Jumbo Joe has all the features I had hoped to find in a small grill. Whether you're grilling for a family or for one, the Jumbo Joe fits the bill. It has both a lid lock and a tray to catch the ashes. The lid lock also serves as a handle for transporting, and there are four slots in the bottom of the grill that open to release the ashes to the tray below. I am very happy with this grill.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Clean, Sturdy, Large Cooking Space, Superior Craftsmanship, Distributes Heat Evenly
This is the perfect charcoal grill for a small patio space or tailgating, portable. I also purchased the table and it attaches perfectly for a sturdy surface. Has a large cooking surface! Weber grills are the best!
Pros: Easy to Assemble, Sturdy, Large Cooking Space, Superior Craftsmanship
A great grill for $59 bucks. Compact, but close to Weber's full size grills. A better, more versatile choice than the smaller Weber Smokey Joe. When choosing between the Jumbo Joe and Smokey Joe, remember the Chinese advice about choosing a Wok... you can cook small in a big one, but you can't cook big in small one... It pertains to choosing a grill as well.
Pros: Sturdy, Large Cooking Space, Superior Craftsmanship
We were looking for a compact full size BBQ to use in our 5th wheel..this bbq totally fit the bill. It's short, compact, with almost full size grilling area this bbq can do the job easily up to 6 people. you can do both direct and indirect heat with this depending on what you are grilling.Weber won't disappoint
Pros: Durable, Easy to Assemble, Easy to Clean, Sturdy, Large Cooking Space, Superior Craftsmanship, Distributes Heat Evenly
I've owned nothing but Weber charcoal grills since the mid 1970's. Nothing else compares. Have been using a Weber Go-Anywhere for the past 15 years which was ideal for my full-time RV lifestyle. Am back in a home again and wanted a bit larger cooking surface. The Jumbo Joe is a portable that can also "go anywhere" but has the same cooking area as the 18 1/2" wheeled Weber. I paired it with the Weber portable charcoal table, got a set of charcoal rails for indirect cooking, and a cover designed for the Weber Q on a table that fits nicely over the whole set-up. Made cornish game hens for XMAS eve dinner which turned out just great. I had 3 full hens and six halves on the grill using the indirect method, so it can accommodate a generous amount of food. The Jumbo Joe has a heat shield below the handle so you don't need to use a mitt to lift the lid, and the handle that locks the lid in place for travel doubles as a cradle for the lid while flipping/checking the progress of your food. Like all Webers, the Jumbo Joe allows you to extinquish and reuse unexpired coals. If you are a fan of charcoal cooking and have never used a Weber, I'd highly recommend.
Pros: Durable, Sturdy, Large Cooking Space, Distributes Heat Evenly
I had a larger two-chamber grill/smoker and a large gas grill. We moved to a smaller place with a small courtyard area, so I sold the grills to the home-buyer. Replaced it all with a small Weber. Easy to use, Great little grill for small dinners (4-6 people).
I'm a loyal user of Weber grills as I have owned other brands. Weber makes great grills in any shape or size in my opinion. I have had this grill for a month and wanted a large enough grill for tailgating. Since I prefer charcoal over gas, I went with this one for it's cooking size and portability. I'm very pleased with it so far. The lid locks down during transport and makes it easy to carry around. I also purchased the metal table to go with it so it makes it easy to do your cooking without bending over. It cooks very well and the bowl is large enough to be able to place your coals to one side for searing and the other side for longer cooking. The cooking space is adequate for 8 large burgers.
Pros: Durable, Sturdy, Large Cooking Space, Superior Craftsmanship
I had the smoky joe and it was just not big enough to cook all of the meals at one time. I didn't need the 22.5 big grill since it was just too big and waste of charcoal. This Jumbo Joe is just right for two that love to grill.
Pros: Easy to Assemble, Easy to Clean, Sturdy, Large Cooking Space, Superior Craftsmanship
This grill has the quality and grilling features of a large stationary Weber grill but portable for grilling "on the go". It is easy to carry, use and pack up for the next trip. The grilling area is large for the compact overall size of the grill. Great value and quality.
Pros: Easy to Assemble, Sturdy, Distributes Heat Evenly, Durable, Easy to Clean, Large Cooking Space, Superior Craftsmanship
Needed a good sized grill to put in the camper when camping. Smokey Joe was to little and the long legs on the 18 1/2" were to long and didn't want to always take them off. This is perfect for my needs.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Assemble, Easy to Clean, Sturdy, Distributes Heat Evenly
It's bigger than little joe, yet it has a carry handle to pick up , portable ! The little joe wasn't big enough for shish kabobs? Big joe is the portable charcoal grill of choice? It's almost as big grill with leg, yet take it anywhere!
I am not a handy person and even I put this grill together with the clear directions. All the parts are solid and the larger surface size means we can do a whole rack of ribs! Bought it for camping as we have a full size charcoal weber at home.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Assemble, Sturdy, Superior Craftsmanship