Kamado Joe Jr review
Test scoreShow Context
If you love the stylish good looks of Kamado Joe barbecues but want a portable version, the Joe Junior could be just what you need. This red ceramic egg-shaped model is more compact than its siblings and designed for those on the move. But while the barbecue is small, the price certainly isn't, so you'll want it to cook brilliantly before splashing out. Read on to find out whether it impressed us in our cooking tests.
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What's it great at?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
Compare retailersPrices updated daily
Prices are ordered from lowest to highest, irrespective of retailer rating or stock, and exclude any potential delivery costs. We are not able to show every possible retailer and cheaper prices may be available. When you click on a retailer link on our site, we may earn affiliate commission. This supports our not-for-profit mission to empower consumers and in no way affects our recommendations. Find out more.
Make smarter choices
- 52%Lowest score
- 69%Average score
- 86%Highest score
How to buy the best barbecue
Expert advice from Which? will help you buy the best barbecue. From portable table-top charcoal grills to large gas BBQ kitchens, our tips and extensive barbecue reviews can help you pick out your next grill and make BBQs easy.
Top three best charcoal barbecues
Which? reveals the three best charcoal barbecues and those to avoid. Use our roundup of the best charcoal barbecues to find out which you should buy to perfectly grill your BBQ food, and which will leave you with a charred mess.
Top five best gas barbecues
Looking for the best gas barbecues? Which? reveals the top five best grills from top brands and lists the barbecues you should avoid. Read our expert advice and see our full recommendations of the best gas grills you can buy.