We’d like to make the perfect steak at home, but sadly most ovens top out around 550ºF. To get that real steakhouse sear, you’ll need much more heat. Otto’s O.F.B. (over-fired broiler) uses infrared gas elements that can reach up to 1700ºF, resulting in beautifully seared meats.
A single-use grill or campfire with a firestarter, charcoal and a wooden body. All you need is a single match to get a fire going. It can sustain a fire for up to 2.5h, by which time it will have burned itself off, leaving only ash.
The Jag Grill is a grill, dining table and fire pit in one. It seats and serves up to eight people. Each grill has a side door and its main parts – the dome, wooden platforms and fire pit – are removable for easy cleaning and storage.
The To Go Grill is a portable grill made of chromium-plated iron. Its silicone handles stay cool even when the grill is hot. It also has an easily removable coal bucket and a strap that secures its parts for storage or transport.
Kick the keg to the curb and upgrade your outdoor parties with this stainless steel beer tap, powered by compressed CO2. Fully equipped, it can grill brats and burgers to go with your brewskies.
Just in time for Spring, Fuego’s new portable gas grill has a cool look, and a hot 8000 BTU flame for grilling up your grub. It’s super easy to carry – assuming you’ve given it ample time to cool down.
The cleanly styled Manhattan gas barbeque grill features a wood countertop, 2 separate cooking zones, adjustable burner, storage space, stainless steel grill cover and integrated roller wheels.
This space-saving wall mount barbecue from Focus has a folding steel firebowl, offers a range of cooking heights, is easy to mount and can be used several times without having to empty out the ash.