PK Grills Original Grill and Smoker

If you are looking for a heavy-duty charcoal grill that serves as a grill and a smoker at the same time, then PK Grills Original is the best option for you. It is one of the top grills you can find in the market with a detachable base for easy storage and a large cooking surface. Its warranty lasts for 10 years, so you can be sure of rust and damage protection.

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Key Features


No one likes to buy a product that will end up being a disappointment after a couple of use. That’s why PK Grills has a cast aluminum construction which protects the whole product from damage and rust despite the heat condition. To top it up, this material makes it strong and ready to serve you for a very long time.

4 Point Venting System

You basically want your meat cooked maybe halfway or just right. The only option to do so is by using the vents in the grills. On this PK Original Grill, it has 4 vents and you can easily, close or open to get the air flow and the heat you want: low, slow, hot or fast. These vents help your charcoal get enough oxygen or make the fire hotter.


With a detachable base and available stand options for easy transportation, you can have your grill when camping, tailgating, fishing, and even in your hunting cabin. It weighs 45 pounds,  which makes it lighter and easier to carry, unlike other grills and smokers.

Wheels for Easier Movement

Want to grill under the sun or shade or in your patio, lawn, or around the deck? Well, you don’t have to worry about carrying your grill when moving from place to place. It has large wheels which makes it easier to move around.

Large Cooking Surface

Talk about cooking everything in one large area. PK Original Grill and Smoker has a large cooking surface for your meat, seafood, vegetables, and poultry. And what’s even better is that it comes with a removable cart section for holding your food. This makes it the best option for an outside grill like camping.


  • Easy and fast to disassemble
  • A large cooking surface area
  • A good heat retention
  • Good for low and high temp cooking
  • A 10-year warranty


  • The stand comes separately
  • Does not have a tray to remove ashes.

Frequently Asked Questions

[mks_toggle title=” How safe is it for human use? Does aluminum meet the safety of human consumption? Yes, it is really safe to use the grill and you don’t have to worry about it posing any risks to your health. In fact, the material used on the cooking surface is nickel plated steel which is completely safe. And even if the food comes into contact with the aluminum cast, you are still safe.
Is it easy to assemble and disassemble the parts?
Of course! It is the easiest grill you can take off the parts, especially when cleaning or transporting it and it is also easier to put the pieces back together. It can take you 10-15 minutes or even less.
Can the grilling grates get rust?
No, it doesn’t. Though a good precaution is to brush off the grate and also wipe away the oils or moisture that accumulated during cooking.
Why should you buy PK Original Grill
For a number of reasons but the main ones being because of productivity, longevity, and it is much cheaper than the other grills.
How much ash falls off the bottom vents and do you need a tray to catch it?
Not much to have you worried. But you can always use an aluminum foil or a pan or plate to collect it. Or you can also brush it off.
How do you clean this grill?
It isn’t that hard to clean the grill. Take the top off and brush the vents. Make sure to also clean the grill part after every use.


PK Grills Original Grill and Smoker
  • Editor's Rating


The PK Grills can be compared to none, especially when it comes to its simple design, durability, and functionality. It is also highly versatile as you can cook lots of food products in the large cooking area in whichever place. The wheels stand gives it a complimentary look and at the same time simplifies transportation.

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Colin Matthews

Colin is an aspiring chef having completing his degree in culinary arts in California. His guilty pleasure is buying the latest & greatest (and sometimes, useless) in kitchen cookware and gadgets.

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