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Darwin Briefcase BBQ

Are you going to work, or a cookout? No one will know the difference as long as you dress the part and carry a Darwin Briefcase BBQ (£25; roughly $40). Designed to look like a briefcase from the outside, this portable grill opens up to form a triangular platform for the grate and ash pan, yet still offers enough room to cook 3-4 burgers at a time. Grilling tool set disguised as an umbrella not included.

  • Stake 3-in-1 BBQ Tool

    Most grilling tool sets include three basic tools: a spatula, tongs, and fork. The Stake 3-in-1 BBQ Tool ($30) combines all three into a single, grill-dominating tool that features leaf spring tongs, a slide-out fork that hides away when not in use so you're not stabbing your food — or guests — accidentally, and a locking mechanism for the wooden handles to convert the entire mess into a spatula. Happy grilling! [Scouted by Will]

  • Barrel BBQ Grill

    Homeless people have long utilized the fire-handling prowess of the barrel, and now you can use it to cook your food on the Barrel BBQ Grill ($950). Made from an industrial barrel that's been painted royal blue on the outside and a handsome brass color on the inside, it features a two-tiered grill with room for plenty of foodstuffs, a side tray, and the ability to remove the legs for easier storage.