The Smokey Joe has been in Weber’s line since 1955. “Many times, the 14.5-inch Smokey Joe is the first Weber grill a college student or young couple chooses,” says Mike Kempster, Weber’s executive vice president. Kempster says Weber’s small electric Q 140 grill, with its distinctive clam shell shape, has caught on with city dwellers whose buildings ban charcoal and propane tanks on balconies. Cooking for a larger crowd? Try Smokey Joe’s big brother, the Jumbo Joe (shown), which measures about 20 inches ($60, www.amazon.com).