I've tried many of the small grills like hibachis and Cobbs and they work fine, but still you have to dispose of the ash, clean them out, pack them up, and carry them home from the beach, picnic, campground, tailgating headquarters, or garden party (remember the Rick Nelson song?) But with the EZ Grill it's a no- brainer because you just put out the coals with water, sand, or dirt, and then throw it in the trash. It's called a single-use grill, and these have gained a 50% share of the charcoal grill market in Australia and the U.K. It gets 90 minutes of cooking time and is in 13,000 stores in the U.S., including 7-Elevens. They come in a regular size with four of $19.99 or a party size of two for $19.99. You can find retail locations or order online here.