As strange as that may sound, the Po’ Man Grill can help you make a meal as delicious as any BBQ joint, and is incredibly cheap to operate. It’s portable and easy to set up, just light some charcoal, add the meat of your choice, tilt the lid, and get ready to feast. But don’t try and replicate it with your own trash can, as the Po’ Man is made using highly durable rolled steel and stainless metals. Great food and an even better conversation piece for your Labor Day backyard BBQ. Price: $115 (Image courtesy of Uncrate.)
No it’s not a leaf blower. The revolutionary Bison Airlighter is a portable air-driven fire lighter that jets a 4-inch flame that instantly ignites charcoal and wood, then delivers airflow to quickly spread the flames throughout the pile. It’s faster, safer and delivers a cleaner taste. Price: $79.95 (Image courtesy of Bison Company).
For the cigar aficionados looking to unwind after a long day of smoking meat, they can do a bit more smoking with Nat Sherman’s Limited Edition Schrader MMXIII Cigar. Nat Sherman partnered with Schrader Cellars, producer of iconic Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons, to release them to the market. The cigar combines filler tobaccos from Nicaragua, Peru and Dominican Republic with a Dominican binder and wrapper. Price: $84.00 per box. (Image courtesy of Nat Sherman)
Throwing around a football isn’t what it used to be. The Wilson X Connected Football is the world’s first smart football, meaning you now have access to throw statistics you can later brag about. Sensors in the official NFL-sized ball track velocity, spin, distance, and spiral efficiency, also coming up with a Wx rating that’s calculated using the sum of these stats. Bluetooth pairs the ball to your phone and an app breaks down and displays all metrics and lasts for over 200,000 throws. Price: $200 (Image courtesy of Gear Hunger)
When the weather isn’t ideal, take the barbecue inside with the Philips Smokeless Infrared Indoor Grill. Using infrared technology, the grill heats to a consistent temperature perfect for searing. With a six-minute prep-time, non-stick grid, and detachable, dish washer safe parts, you can celebrate Labor Day year-round indoors. Price: $280 (Image courtesy of Uncrate.)
The Machete Spatula looks to par and is also multifunctional from clearing delicious cooked meats off your grill to having a trio of bottle openers built into the side. Why three, you ask? Why not. Price: $16.79 (Image courtesy of Uncrate.)
If you have a preference between gas, charcoal, or wood, with the Volcano Grill, it really doesn’t matter, because it does it all. The 3 in 1 grill solves that dilemma with three fueling options. With a variety of accessories, it can easily switch between a grill, dutch oven, wok, or even a fire pit for some late night s’mores. Price: $150 (Image courtesy of Uncrate.)