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Weber 26.75" One touch gold black $142.00 Home Depot B&M YMMV

edubbrulez 255 84 October 5, 2012 at 05:36 AM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Home Depot Deals
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Found the Weber One-Touch Gold 26-3/4 in. Kettle Charcoal Grill in Black at my local Home Depot for $142.00. Regular price is $299. Brick and Mortar stores only, your mileage may vary.

Here's a link to the product online:

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5...G7S5E2HJ8E

SKU: 202779

Inventory checker:

http://sd.site88.net/homedepot.html

If site88 is down, try this one:

http://checkinventory.home.comcas...inventory/

Would really like to buy one, but the wife would KILL ME if I did. FWIW - I've never seen these on clearance!

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Quote from jimmy5 View Post :
If I have to grab another oven mitt just to close the vents, or use the back of my tongs, it's just not as easy.
Get some proper grilling gloves and you'll wear them almost the whole time you grill. They aren't as inconvenient as most oven mitts. They protect your hands from the heat while you scrape, flip with tongs or a spatula, or even lift a large smoked butt/brisket off the grill. Remember, it can be 700F at the grill surface -- that's a lot of radiant heat even at hand level. You won't be holding hot coals or the hot grates, though I have used a pair to quickly relocate a piece of smoking wood or rotate the grates.

Apparently Cook's Illustrated liked these:
http://www.amazon.com/Fireplace-B...B000G1MIJO

I have these, but they are wearing thin in places a little sooner than I'd like. They were only $15 when I got them, though:
www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001BVVSLM
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I'd love one of these. my 22 Weber is just a touch small when I try to bbq a whole beef brisket. Or even a couple of pork butts, I have no room to smoke beans or other item's I'd like to do at the same time.
These are definetly better build quality then the barrel smokers you see in most stores and grill really well too. My 22 inch is going on 6 years of grilling/smoking with very little problems, the vent apparatus in the bottom is starting to get rusty and may need to be replaced but otherwise is doing well. No rust on the actual Weber itself.

Unfortunately none of the HD's in my area have oneFrown
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I went to the Laguna Niguel # 1077 store as the inventory checker said they had 5. They did but they were not marked down. I even had them check the price in the computer. They said someone broke the number one rule and called earlier.
I never find these grill clearances in California... Its grill season all year round... Mad
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Quote from BloodGain View Post :
Get some proper grilling gloves and you'll wear them almost the whole time you grill. They aren't as inconvenient as most oven mitts. They protect your hands from the heat while you scrape, flip with tongs or a spatula, or even lift a large smoked butt/brisket off the grill. Remember, it can be 700F at the grill surface -- that's a lot of radiant heat even at hand level. You won't be holding hot coals or the hot grates, though I have used a pair to quickly relocate a piece of smoking wood or rotate the grates.

Apparently Cook's Illustrated liked these:
http://www.amazon.com/Fireplace-B...B000G1MIJO

I have these, but they are wearing thin in places a little sooner than I'd like. They were only $15 when I got them, though:
www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001BVVSLM
Holy crap them is some expensive leather welding gloves...
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Not on sale in Illinois stores (Naperville area)
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no sale in san diego hd, still reg. price.
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Holy crap them is some expensive leather welding gloves...
Yeah, I didn't point out that they are just welding gloves. I'd love to know where to get some good quality leather welding gloves cheaper if you can point us to them. All the lower-cost options I've found had pretty bad reviews on quality. Like I said, I paid $15 for my current pair, and it was the cheapest option I could find with decent reviews (don't remember where I found reviews).

I had some really well-made red welding gloves back in high school when I took metal shop. I don't remember where we got them, but I think Dad paid $20-30 for those even back then.

(Sorry for the delayed reply. I don't always hit SD on the weekends.)
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