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Wenzel camp grill is chrome plated and folds open to a 10" Width x 15" Length x 10" Height, folding legs for storage. The heavy duty steel rod constructed grid will hold your hot pots and pans without burning. Packed in a PVC storage bag for portability.
- Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 16.9 x 11 inches ; 2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B000L9LCG6
- Item model number: 50090
Perfect replacement – saved my camping stove!!!
Love this grill – it was perfect for my needs. I don’t know why Coleman and other Camp Stove makers insist on using stamped metal grills for their products. After a few outings, they look like crap and no one wants to eat anything cooked on those things. This grill was the perfect size and a few minutes with a Dremel Cutting wheel let me restore my camp stove with a beautiful, sanitary grill!!!
Works great for car camping, where weight and size isn’t the main consideration.
Not bad if you’re going car camping and need a bit of a larger surface. For hiking/backpacking, it’s pretty big and heavy.
Used it over a fire pit on our first camping trip and inside a fire ring on the second one and it worked great on both occasion.
great for a fireplace
we use it in our fireplace in the winter to cook sausage on – works really well – wide enough to span the wood and high enough not to burn the meat. Folds flat for storage. We love the smokey flavor the wood fire brings to the sausage. In the summertime, we always cook it outdoors on a wood fire, so this brings a little of summer into the winter months!
works fine, though you have to be a bit creative to get the legs to stand far enough apart that it feels sturdy.
Lightweight and easy to store
What you see is what you get, I’ve used it a couple times so far and it works perfect. No complaints really, just don’t stack your wood to high and you’ll be fine. If you are backpacking just wet wipe off after each use and keep it in the clear plastic sleeve it comes with.