Char-Griller E1515 Patio Pro Barbecue Charcoal Grill, 44-Inch

Last updated: February 17, 2022

Although this grill features a compact design, it still packs plenty of grilling space with its 250-square-inch surface. An attached side table gives you extra space for your cooking utensils and seasonings. It features a heat-resistant handle and reliable temperature control for ease-of-use.

We looked at the top Charcoal Grill and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Charcoal Grill you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: If you're setting up your grill in cramped spaces, this is a great option for you.

In our analysis of 56 expert reviews, the Char-Griller Patio Pro Barbecue Charcoal Grill, 44-Inch placed 9th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

250 square inches of cooking space, cast iron cooking grates, side drawer. Ideal for small decks or patios. Features Stay Cool wood handle, side shelf, double steel bottom and side air vent. Wheels make this grill easy to move. Assembly required.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Easy to move. Side table. Ideal for small spaces.
Small in size. Has separate ash pan. Comes with side shelf. Stay-cool wooden handle.
Easily assembled. The large cooking surface of 250 square inches. Heat resistant handle. Good temperature control. Grates of cast iron. Side table shelf.
A unique barrel design is perfect for top-down cooking. Integrated side tray and under-tray for prep and storage. Adjustable valve to control heat and smoke. Ideal for infrequent smoking, thanks to its fully enclosed design. Good quality construction with coated metal parts.
Easy Assembly. Nice Design. Portable. Low Weight. Stainless Steel.
Wheels make it easy to transport. Lightweight design. Double steel bottom. Cast-iron grates. Low-maintenance.
Does a good job grilling and barbecuing. Compact. Easy empty ash draw. Attractive appearance. Well built.

What reviewers didn't like

Small cooking surface. No temperature guage.
Grease drips from the grill. Assembling instructions are not clear.
Limited grilling space for more massive crowds. Cast iron will need some maintenance.
Not quite on par with some other top name brands in terms of quality, but the price does reflect this. Small cooking area won’t be suited to every family.
250 Square Inches. Not much room on the Side-Shelves.
One vent makes temperature regulation difficult. Small grilling surface.
Prone to rust. Cheap wheels.
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