A fantastic solution to an inconvenient problem.

Think about this for a minute: why are all the controls on your gas grill front and center on the control panel, except for one…possibly the most important one? The one that controls your fuel at its source. The one that all but eliminates the possibility of propane loss. The one that, if used regularly, can make your grilling experience safer. Why, in this day and age, do we still need to crouch down and shuffle up to our grills like monkeys, then run a gauntlet of grill parts, spider webs and scorched forearms, just to turn the propane on and off at the source as recommended?

Introducing "Knob Where You Need It!" Knob Where You Need It! is a brand new product that allows you to open and close the valve on your propane tank from a safer, more convenient, more memorable location. Whether you're grilling in your backyard or trying to catch your limit on your favorite frozen lake, the design of Knob Where You Need It! will help you literally put the knob where you need it!

Now, you no longer have to reach under and around your hot grill to turn the tank off! Now, you can leave your propane tank outside your ice house and turn on the heat from the inside! Now, you've got the Knob Where You Need It!


Although the backyard BBQ has been part of United States history for over 75 years, it took quite a while to evolve into what it is today. In 1897 charcoal briquettes were invented, yet the first Weber grill wasn't made until 1952. Before that, open, lidless braziers that didn't cook well were common. In 1912, propane was discovered. Five decades later, in the 60's, the modern day gas grill finally made its debut. Sadly, not much has changed since then other than the invention of the infrared burner in the 80's and the mandatory use of propane tanks with Overfill Protection Devices (OPDs) implemented in the 90's. The point is, we've discovered a problem that's been in existence since the dawn of propane gas grills. Why is the knob on the propane tank still located in such an inconvenient, unsafe and hard to reach place?

Welcome to the evolution of grilling!