Grilliput Compact Stainless Steel Outdoor Camp Grill
Grilliput Packable grill.
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The Grilliput Duo is one tough portable stainless steel camp grill. Backpackers love this - it is durable, smart and just works. This is not some cheap knockoff, This is the original - well engineered, resillient, strong and tough. Comes apart for travel, all components fit inside a single tube, about the diameter of a broomstick. When closed it takes up less volume than conventional folding camp and backpacking grills
Made with All Stainless Steel construction. Great for backpacking, fishing trips, picnics, home, or tailgate parties - anywhere you want to grill up a tasty meal.
Check out the "How to " assembly video:
When deployed the Grilliput Duo has a Size: 9" x 10" grilling surface. The legs are 5" high. Grill Directly over coals or use a small campstove to heat water in a pot or pan. Weight: ~ 560 grams (~20 ounces). Disassembles and collapses down to fit in the tube (part of the grill) shown top left. Cleaning groove on tube permits fast and easy cleanup. Dishwasher safe, rust proof, grillput is made of stainless steel
Use with wood fires or charcoal. It can take the heat !
Limited 1 year factory warranty. Made in China.
Grilliput Duo Review & First Test Drive: I took the grilliput on a recent "tune up backpack" to test gear on a short trip to Granite Lake, off Highway 88 near Silver Lake in Northern California. I had used the backpack refrigerator pouch (sold in sidebar) to bring up a filet mignon for the first night. After starting a small wood fire and generating a good bed of coals, I got out the grilliput.
I had practiced assembly at home so in a couple minutes had it put together. There is a slight wobble after it is assembled, but after a few pokes to verify it would not collapse, it was placed next to the fire. Using a long stick to push coals out of the main fire to underneath the grilliput, I was soon able to have a good glowing base for my cook out. The grilliput dutifully cooked the steak to perfect medium rare and even produced a few good sear lines in the meat. I pulled the grillput away from the coals and let it cool.
A friend joined me in camp a few hours later, barely beating sunset to the campsite. He was late and hungry, and did not wait for instruction on how to use the grilliput. Before I could say a word, he grabbed the grill, and placed it in to the heart main fires coal bed - about 4 inches thick glowing embers. At first I thought the grill would melt, but before I could act, he had placed a giant flank steak across the grill. A few minutes on each side and the steak was done. He remove it and enjoyed. A few minutes later I got a stick and retrieved the grill. The steel was blackened and had some bluing like a motorcycle header gets from heat. Otherwise it was not deformed or damaged. After it cooled, I was able to rinse it in the lake, wipe it with a rag, disassemble and pack the grilliput. Besides the discoloration it was none the worse for wear.
--- Patrick D. Owner of goFASTandLIGHT.com June 2011.
Update: Same grill has been used for a couple years since - average 6-10 grilling sessions per camping season, and is still going strong ! Best way to use is as described above, put the grill next to your main fire and push a layer of coals UNDER the grill so you can control the temperature by adding or removing coals. July 2013