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If you’re really serious about making burgers, you can spend your money on more than just good meat. There’s a world of gear out there to equip yourself with if you have the cash. Here’s some of the ultimate gear perfect for those without a budget and an insatiable appetite.

Grills

  • Weber Summit S-670 Gas Grill – $2.5K
  • Primo 779 Ceramic Kamado Charcoal Grill – $765
  • Lodge L410 Pre-Seasoned Sportsman’s Portable Charcoal Grill – $95

Tools

  • LEM #5 Electric Meat Grinder – $300
  • LEM #10 Stainless Hand Grinder – $71
  • Finex 12” Cast Iron Skillet – $195
  • Cole & Mason Electric Salt & Pepper Mills – $60+
  • Traditional S8698SQ 8” Hamburger Turner – $26
  • Williams-Sonoma No Burn BBQ Saucepot – $30
  • Looftlighter Firelighting Tool – $70
  • Weston Burger Express Hamburger Press w/ Patty Ejector – $26
  • Waxed Canvas Rugged Apron – $235
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