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the notebook grill


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I was recently looking to replace my trashed little charcoal grill, its only used for camping and days at the river, so size was the most important issue, I came across this notebook grill that folds totally flat perfect for packing in a canoe, and then searched it and they had it at sears.

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_0...20070921x00003a

This thing is amazing, the easiest charcoal grill to light and use, utterly amazing and only $20. An absolute must for the outdoorsman foodie. Highly highly recommend it.

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I agree as it is not as small as it looks and it has a very decent grilling area (204 sq inch) too.

It is also not very heavy to carry, only 7 lbs :smile:

It is so cute, so portable, I like it! :biggrin: Hubby would probably scoff at it (being used to mega-sized grills).

It really isnt that small, I grilled 7 good sized burgers on it, and had more than enough space for 5 10 oz NYs.

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Not a bad-looking alternative to the (now at least temporarily unavailable but vastly superior) Pyromid grills. I have a Pyromid and use it frequently when traveling. It's stainless and about the same weight. This notebook grill you found looks easier to set up and much less expensive. Just be aware, though, that the painted finish won't last, but at that price, who cares?

Ray

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Just be aware, though, that the painted finish won't last, but at that price, who cares?

Ray

Not really a big concern it will spend most of its time strapped to a kayak so it will get wet and im sure i will destroy it over the summer but at $2O who cares.

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