passed the field test
Worked very well. We needed a portable grill to be left in the shed for most of the season, and then brought out for fairly heavy use during the summer. At first glance I thought I might not be sturdy enough, but it performed very well with several pots and pans on it, including a kettle of water and griddle. Have not used or installed the rotisserie, so no comment there.
July 26, 2012
We first purchased this grill / combo about 5 yrs ago, and have been "Happy Campers" ever since.
It works just about anywhere. The only bad thing about it is the "Thumb screw" adjustments, but we have taken care of that problem with taking 2,
6" bolts and bending them into a " L " shape to make it easier to adjust / secure the height of the grill surface. We bought a pack at a military surplus store to keep it in. Overall we have to say its one of the best things we bought for cooking. It sure beats the "Tri-pod" we use to use!!
February 4, 2010
this little grill rocks
I have camped with this little grill 5 times and it is the stuff. Being adjustable height allows you to do any sort of cooking on it that you want, I have grilled steaks on it and put pots and pans on it. Haven't got to use the rotisserie yet but hope to soon.
December 2, 2008
Best camping investment
After trying to cook on rocks and logs I decided to buy the rotisserie grill and spit. It comes in a flat box which makes it very easy to pack in the truck. After using it for the first time i decided I would never cook on a camp fire again without it. With the adjustable height spit i seared a roast in 15 minutes one day and slow roasted a chicken the next. Now i need to figure out how to use it when I am home because it is big enough to cook an entire meal for 4 all at once.
November 6, 2007
I don't think the legs will be damaged in a fire, they are metal. but they are shock corded together on the inside and that might get ruined. If that did get ruined it would not affect the product, the legs would just not stay together when stored.
Unfortunetly I would only use cast iron ware on any open fire may off to the side and hi up would work,but because of the handle covers these are really best suited for gas or propane.and backpacking its a nice product for the money!
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