The Best Portable Grill - UCO Grilliput Portable Camping Grill
Continuing the theme of hiking, we could not help but share with you one of the best finds, thanks to which your trip will become much more comfortable. This is the most compact and reliable barbecue we have ever seen and tried. Nothing more, everything is thought out to the smallest detail, everything is functional and simple. UCO Grilliput Portable Camping Grill, at first sight, impresses with its elegance and simplicity. When you look at him, you think: why didn’t anyone think of this before? After all, everything is so easy.
Its dimensions are amazing: assembled 9.1 x 10.2 inches; Package Dimensions - 11.4 x 0.9 inches. Weighs 19.8 ounces (560 g). Isn't that amazing? It is made of high strength stainless steel and will last you for many, many years. On it, you can cook breakfast, lunch, or dinner for 1, 2, or 3 people. It contains 12 rods, which, together with the legs and the second part of the grill, hide in a tube and are fixed with a cover with a thread.
It is so light and compact that you can always take it with you. Great for camping, while cycling or canoeing, traveling by car or motorcycle. He is going in a matter of minutes, there is nothing complicated.
And just as understands. If there is no time to wash it, it does not matter, one of the tubes has a special cut-out with which you can clean all the rods. In addition, you can buy FireBowl, also made of stainless steel, and can be loaded with charcoal or any wood. With it, you cook food faster, the wind is now no obstacle for you.
You can talk about him for a long time and a lot of things, but we will not overload you with information. We have told you all the most important and important. This is a great option for everyday hiking, compact and lightweight, durable, and reliable.
We recommend it, as we have tried it ourselves on more than one trip. Don't sit at home, travel, it's worth it.
Jimmy Rai is a life long adventurer and a long distance hiker. He can often be found in the expanses of Alaska, the Caucasus, North Korea and near the Alps. Rai writes about his experiences with gear he used at one point or another.
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