The Flatpack portable grill & firepit packs compact for easy transportation to the beach, campsite or barbeque. It's constructed of stainless steel for durability and easy maintenance. After a quick 30 second set-up, you're ready to go. All you need to do to set up this grill is unfold it and place the grates on top. It has a stable base for safe grilling and the sides serve as wind breaks for grilling in windy conditions. It can also be used as a firepit, to help you leave no trace.
- Folds to aprox. 1.1" thick to pack in backpack.
- Quick 30 second setup.
- Safely contains a fire and keeps fire off the ground.
- Constructed from durable stainless steel to provide high rust and corrosion resistance.
- Sides of grill serve as a wind-break.
- Can be used as a Firepit.
- Dimensions-packed: 13.5" long x 10" wide x 1.1" thick
- Dimensions-opened: 13.5" long x 10" wide x 11" tall
- Grilling Area: 13"(33 cm) x 10" (25.4 cm)
- Weight: 3.3 lbs (1.5 kgs)
Bought this for a truck camper where cargo weight is at a premium and it is far too easy to go over the truck or axle load limits. Bag is very tight and could be 1/4" - 1/2" wider so the grill is easier to slide into the bag.
I have not used the grill yet. It's packed in the camper and on it's way to Yuma in two days. So I only gave 4 stars for now. I hope I can come back and add a star later. Unit was shipped fast and packaged really well to prevent any damage! I do love the little case that's included for carrying.
I have grilled split chickens on this grill. I have used it for steaks,hot dogs and burgers also. It is an amazing product that far excels other small “packable types and it is truly that. Packable! It does amazing also on veggies such as roasting corn and potatoes. Just buy it and you can have an amazing experience at the beach or woods or anywhere you want to have wonderful food with a small easy unit. Also just a log on the fire at night to sit around and tell stories and relax. You will leave no trace because the wood never touches the ground!
I’ve used this grill more at home than out camping. I like because it doesn’t take as much charcoal. I now use it with charcoal briquettes that I light with one of those chimney firestarters so now I save on lighter fluid too. The only drawback is the pouch. If they just make it slightly larger it would be a lot easier to put in pouch.
I use mine camping in campgrounds and when staying in AirBnBs. I do not have to deal with unclean and unknown BBQs. I know how to light it, how to distribute the fuel, and how various foods cook on it. I can easily clean the grill top in a sink. It packs nice and small. Sometimes I will bring it out at home on the backyard coffee table, just to have a more social cooking experience.