Cuisinart’s compact gas grill is easy to carry thanks to its built-in handle. It offers a 154-square-inch porcelain enameled cooking grate and gets nice and hot thanks to a 9000 BTU stainless steel burner. Inside, you’ll find storage space for a 1-pound propane tank, and its lid doubles as a cutting board.
This compact gas grill disassembles into sheets of stainless steel so you can tote the whole thing in a single, flat bag. It sets up in minutes without tools and weighs just 7.7 pounds for easy carrying. Its grill surface measures 11.96″ x 8.26″, and it accepts an EU-standard EN 417 butane/propane cartridge.
The Nomad is a sleek and contemporary propane fire pit that stands out from the crowd. It’s made from welded aluminum and has built-in side handles for carrying. It accepts a standard 20 lb. propane tank and includes lava rock and a weather-resistant cover. Available in Snowdrift, Harbor Blue, Juicy Fruit, or Cannon Grey.
If you’ve never seen one, a plasma popper is an awesome-looking device that directs a ball of propane gas through a series of twisted tubes. Charles over at Hacksmith Industries was asked to build a plasma popper, then leveled up the challenge with bigger and bigger versions, culminating with a massive fireball maker.
Take your grilling to a new level with this high-power propane torch. It cranks out up to 400,000+ BTU of heat, which can quickly start a charcoal grill, sear meat, or light a campfire in seconds. It’s also great for rapidly cleaning grime off of your grill. There’s also a shorter version for more precise culinary work, the SU-VGun.
Would you love to make super crisp, fresh-baked pizza at home? The Firepod is a compact propane pizza oven that can cook pizzas on its efficient hot stone surface. In addition it doubles as a hot rock cook set, or upgraded with a BBQ griddle. Special price through 6.1.2021 in The Awesomer Shop.
Does your day not have enough explosions in it? Then tune in to Edwin Sarkissian’s YouTube channel for your daily dose of destruction. Here, he and his buddy Mark Serbu take aim at a stack of fully-loaded propane canisters and lay waste to them with some serious firepower. Yep, don’t try this one at home.