Rubber Handle Charcoal Cherry Picker
Move Lit Charcoal 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
- Black TPR (thermoplastic rubber) grips similar to our Grilling Tools Set
- Long handles keep your hands safe and away from the heat
- Same charcoal tool you love and cherish, but with a better grip!
- Total Length: 17 inches
- Handle Width: ¾ inch
- Angled Head Width: 3 inches
Note: The Charcoal Cherry Picker with the wooden handle is no longer available.
- Cherry Picker
Great product design and finish. Works amazingly!!
Charcoal Cherry Picker
It keeps my hand from getting to close to the hot coals. I was using cheap barbecue tongs which were shorter.
Helpful Tool for BBQ’ing
Just used this first time to get extra charcoal briquettes out of Slow N Sear Tray. Better than using your hands without wasting time putting on gloves. Patiently pull each briquette with this New Rubber Handle Cherry Picker, got to be a patient person to BBQ right. SNS has the best accessories to BBQ and wanted this in my collection of owned SNS products. Thank you
best tongs ever!
best coal tongs ever! I don't know what I'd do without these. Not only is it perfectly shaped for arranging and picking coals, but also great for handling the grate for rotating during the cold grate process.
Perfect tool for the job!
I just love this for managing hot coals! It’s shape is just right to side-swipe them into or out of a pile, and it is perfect for precisely grabbing that one errant coal that has tried to escape, no matter how small. I like the grip of the handle material and how it matches well the handles of the SnS grill tool set, which I also own and love. I don’t really have a problem with the lack of a hanging loop; I just lay it on the bottom rack of my Weber kettle or hang it over the handle of my grill cart. I use it separately from the “food” tools anyway.