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This is a nice quality grill. Perfect for throwing over some campfire coals and grilling up your meal. Nice and sturdy and feels well made. The bag is a nice accessory to keep your messy grill from getting the rest of your gear dirty.
I was looking for a grill that has legs and are closer to the ground in height. The fire pits at the park are usually deeper, and we always have to look for rocks to elevate the base for the charcoals to sit on. This met my needs and it performed really well. I was pleased that the grill was very sturdy and rigid, and when placed within a rectangular fire pit, it fits! My only suggestion for improvement is to make the legs lock in place when open; however, it was stable enough during usage so I’m happy with it overall. It’s easy to clean as well! The bag is useful for transport and storage once the grill was clean. I’m definitely happy with this purchase and I’ll probably get the bigger grill in the near future to fit in a circular fire pit to give me more grilling space.
My goal was to replace a small propane grill we use in the RV. It's small but we needed smaller. I wanted something portable, foldable, stainless and bagged. This promised to be all that.
We took it with us and used it effectively in two 'wheel hub' fire rings of different sizes. Then, we used it on the ground over a pile of charcoal. This thing is sturdy, the legs come off for complete cleaning. It's simple as hell and packs in a small vinyl briefcase pouch that zips shut.
I read reviews about chemical pouch smells....not for me..and who cares?! it's the grill that matters and that grate is simply GREAT. If you are looking for something super small and packable that adapts to any fire situation for cooking ... this is it. FYI - the pouch smells like fire and charcoal if you burn off and dump a dirty grate into it ... but keeps everything CLEAN next to it. Again, who cares?
It's not for backpacking ... a bit too large. You can fit two large steaks and potatoes on it. We cooked 7 alum foil fish packets on it at the beach.
I thought the legs falling off was a problem until I realized it made cleaning easier and the whole grate so simple it will NEVER break.