Charcoal Cherry Picker
Move Coals Around with Ease
We’ve been searching for years for the perfect charcoal tool. We finally found it – AND put our name on it!
Where many straight spatulas and grill tools fail, the angled head of our charcoal tool is perfect for moving coals around in the Slow ‘N Sear basket. Whether stirring up coals for Warp 10 searing, or pushing remaining coals to the side to refuel during a long cook, this tool executes with ease. Plus, you get the fine precision to confidently pick up small coals (aka cherries) or pieces of wood.
- 430 stainless steel
- Rubberwood handle with “Slow ‘N Sear” logo etched on both sides
- 5 1/2
- grill baskets
It works perfectly! Plus, Epstein didn't **** himself!
Purchased these Charcoal Cherry Picker to go with the “Slow ‘N Sear” 2.0 last week. They work extremely well but unfortunately out of the box, both screw holes in the rubberwood handle on one side were stripped during assembly. The wood piece is loose and will fall off soon. For the price I was expecting better quality or maybe better quality assurance.
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Well made product. Now I can keep my cooking tongs clean.
I have several tongs around the house but always found that getting it down into the charcoal bed to move individual coals around was awkward. The cherry picker tongs are designed perfectly to allow you to move coals around with a more natural and comfortable arm and hand position. They appear to be well made. It remains to be seen how they hold up after a season or two of use.
It has made my Weber kettle a much better grill and smoker. The instructions on how to use it make it easy to hit the right temp the first time using it and the consistency in temp is amazing. I won’t be purchasing a fan controller because its so stable and consistent. It also makes the Weber kettle a much better searing machine and I find I use the Dragon fan less than before to get the coals as hot as possible for searing after slow cooking. The only downside is being able to speak with David on specific questions his wife was not able answer over the phone. From a customer service perspective I expected a callback from David after multiple calls on my end.