The Quick Grill folding grill set is a great way to take grilling with you wherever you go. Whether it's on a camp out, at the RV park or in the backyard, your Quick Grill is a fun and easy way to enjoy a meal with friends and family.
The highly compact design allows the Quick Grill to be easily set up and easily folded up for compact storage. Made with premium food grade stainless steel, your Quick Grill will last you years.
Each Quick Grill comes with a convenient carry bag.
haven't used it yet but I think it will work quit well. Was surprised at the weight, expected a backpacking/camping item to not be so heavy, but it is a very sturdy and stainless steel item soooo. My one complaint though is that there was no assembly instructions included. Took me awhile to figure it out and hope I remember what I did in 2-3 months ;-(
- M. OBrien "No Pro but No Dummy either"
This product is exactly as depicted. It folds out, and is quite sturdy. The cooking area is enough for maybe 4-6 hamburgers, or the same number of small skewers. If you are using the "light the bag" charcoal, the volume of charcoal fits perfectly, but you will have to spread them out so that they don't touch the cooking grid and heat evenly. The grill folds down into its little bag, which fits perfectly in small storage areas on an RV or in the trunk of a car. I recommend this product for grilling for maybe 3 people.
It's kind of flimsy and the grill part already has a few rods de-soldered. Great concept otherwise, love that it doesn't take much space and comes with a carrying case. Stronger materials would make this an amazing product.
Handy, easy to set up, works perfectly. Folds uo, packs into carrying case, stores in small space. Great for camping and RVing.
I think it is great for what you need. If you need a lightweight, portable, easy to set up camping grill, this is it! I've used it several times, once camping and twice at home so the kids could roast marshmallows! The top does move around some, slots for it to fit and stay would be a good improvement.
- Michael Q Flanders
Works as a grill and a fire pit. Very compact on the bag, yet nice size when assembled. Recommend to anybody loves camping.
- Hideyuki Imagawa
Love this grill! I've only used it for small bbqs on the decks, but am very pleased with its portability and size for when it comes time to travel. it's exactly what I wanted and needed!
- jane "Some Assembly Required"
We took our RV out this week and had a chance to use this grill. Easy to set up, good amount of area, was able to grill 4 good size ribeyes at the same time. The charcoal dust bottom pan sits loose in the grill so I just put a piece of aluminum foil under the complete grill and caught the dust that way. Let it all cool down picked the grill up folded the foil and threw it away. Grill cleaned up easily with a little household cleaner and a wire brush. Less than 5 minutes to clean it, rinse it, dry it and put it away. Would recommend it to anyone that likes to charcoal grill. I do use one of the chimney type charcoal starters, keeps from having any lighter fluid smell or taste.
- Ernst,Stephen t.
This is a beautifully designed and executed portable grill. I purchased it exclusively for emergency preparedness, but it is so compact and stout that I will be using it for regular family camping trips (and I will opt to leave the propane grill home).
The grill is heavy -- it is made from stainless steel, after all -- but, like origami, it unfolds from a very compact carrying bag into a full-fleged and legitimate hibachi style grill in a matter of seconds. Instructions are not needed; it is very intuitive to setup and everything seems to just fall into place. Once I had fully setup the grill, I tested the loading capacity of the grating by placing a bag of grout on top. It creaked under the weight, but it held its own. Folding the grill for storage in the included carrying bag takes just a few seconds, and, like setting it up, is quite intuitive.
About the only suggestion I have for improvement is that some of the parts are "free floating" when assembled (for instance, the carcass simply falls into place on the stand). Gravity aids in holding all of the pieces together in this ingenious design. While this is not a problem (and, in fact, is an intended feature of the design), it makes moving the grill from one place to another a little challenging, especially if hot, as the components have a tendency to shift while in movement. It would be nice if there were some optional clips or snaps that held the major components together for ease of movement, just to prevent accidents. However, this doesn't detract from the fact that this is an outstanding product and a great bargain worthy of consideration if you are seeking to greatly simplify your camping experience as well as have a great, easily transported emergency cooking utility that doesn't rely on propane.
Definitely five stars. In fact, I'll be purchasing more of these later in the year as holiday gifts for certain members of my family.
- Erik S. Johnson "O'wai kou i noa?"
I have owned a small Pyromid grill for a long time. Those are no longer in production and I have lamented not getting a larger grill while I could. This collapsible grill fits the bill perfectly. The only thing lacking from the Pyromid design is a lid for the grill.
The grill is very well made and should last a long time with proper care. You will be best served if you line the grill pan with foil prior to using. That simple step will make clean up a breeze. You can dump the coals and use a portion of the foil to wrap the grate that holds the briquettes to keep that from getting anything else dirty. I have used the technique to keep my old grill in top shape for over 20 years. It will allow you to keep your handy carry bag in good shape as well.
- Campmaster Chuck