A portable grill that isolates coals in a mesh container and reduces charcoal usage. Its insulated shell keeps the exterior cool to the touch. Plus, a battery-powered fan system also cuts down on smoke. Also available in XL.
The Lynx Downtown Electric Grill lets you cook in areas where an open flame isn’t practical or safe – indoors for example. It uses a heating film that ensures uniform cooking and reaches its max temperature in just 8-10 minutes.
Using the power of the sun, the SolSource can grill, boil, steam, fry and bake food as fast as or even faster than conventional stoves and grills. Under maximum sunlight, its highly reflective plastic panels can heat food up to 1,000ºC.
The square body of the Scion xB is a bit of an acquired taste, but there’s no question about its flexibility. The guys from LA’s Seoul Sausage Co. have had theirs converted into a mobile grill truck. Oh, and their sausages rock too.
A clip-on, USB rechargeable low-velocity fan, which helps significantly speed up the process of getting your coals going on the grill. Much faster and less cumbersome than those coal chimneys, and better looking too.
Extend the functionality of your BioLite Camp Stove with the Portable Grill add-on. Simply align the fuel intake lid over the mouth of the stove to attach the grill. It comes with a plastic travel cover.
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.