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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]

  • The Hibachinator

    Host your own hibachi hangouts with The Hibachinator ($850). Made from welded steel, it weighs in at a hefty 50 lbs., and offers a large, table-friendly 8" x 24" removable grilling surface, grilling bars that are close together to keep small morsels from falling through, and an optional stainless steel grilling top.

  • Bob Grillson Wood Pellet Grill

    Who would have thought that the secret to great-tasting grilled food was electricity? The Bob Grillson Wood Pellet Grill ($TBA) makes a convincing case, using traditional power to burn up wooden pellets that give your food a signature flavor without the need to build an actual fire. It also sports an oiled bamboo tray for chopping, prepping, and beer-holding, a delightfully modern design, large golf caddy wheels for easy mobility, cast-iron, porcelain enameled grates, an electronic temperature control, and an integrated thermometer. What else would you expect from the only grill that has a first and last name?