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Five best portable barbecues

Grill on the go with these impressive devices

1

Bar-Be-Quick Dual Firepit Barbecue 

Bar-Be-Quick Dual Firepit Barbecue 

More stylish than your average barbecue, this little device comes with a grill but doubles up as a firepit. The legs simply fold under when you want to put it away.

2

Traeger Ranger Pellet Grill 

Traeger Ranger Pellet Grill 

At the upper end of the market, Traeger’s impressive grill and smoker has a box on the left that you fill with wood pellets, and a dial to control temperature. It’s heavy, though, and requires electricity.

3

Weber Smokey Joe Premium Charcoal Barbecue 

Weber Smokey Joe Premium Charcoal Barbecue 

Easy to assemble and use, this sturdy Weber model is light and has a useful carry handle. It’s also a bigger option if you’re catering for a group. 

4

Cobb Premier AIR 

Cobb Premier AIR 

Super fuel-efficient and quick to heat up, the Cobb has a narrow funnel for coal at its centre. A moat can be filled with stock or water for flavour or moisture, and it’s also very light.

5

CampinGaz Party Grill 400 CV gas stove 

CampinGaz Party Grill 400 CV gas stove 

Especially compact with twist-in legs, this gas grill has a useful water compartment to reduce fire risk. It can also be used as a wok. 

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