If this portable BBQ isn’t an absolutely brilliant idea, I don’t know what is. Yes, I am a big fan of collapsable designs. Keep in mind folks, we live in a 2 bedroom apartment – no basement, no storage. The ‘swissmiss’ rule: If it doesn’t fold flat, it’s not coming into our apartment. :)
And it’s a very good grill, too.
Aug 8th, 2007 / 2:48 pm
I agree with you. I live in a miniature version of your 2 bedroom. i recently bought a portable grill. Basically it had to be easy to clean, light, cheap & compact enough to store away in an envelope. Well suffice to say I manage to get 1 out of 4. I would have bought this had I seen it back then. Very cool design. Very cool concept.
Aug 8th, 2007 / 7:41 pm
Looks beautiful. But unless you can easily clean it . . .
We had a collapsible grill. After 2-3 uses we had to reassign it to a friend with a deck. These things stink after a few uses. Unless you have amazing ventilation in your closets, I’d avoid.
Aug 8th, 2007 / 11:38 pm
Very cool. I also live in a tiny 2 bedroom. Love new small space finds.
Aug 9th, 2007 / 8:54 pm
“These things stink after a few uses.”..?????
yes its a bbq! keep it in a plastic bag!
good product but it didnt last long, needed to be tougher.
Nov 10th, 2007 / 10:42 am
james wiltshere from adelaide australia goes to immanel college and he is lookin for fun ;) he is 15 years old and and also is in year 11 this year.
he is rich so type his name in myspace and give him an add ;D
he is always lookin for fun
Feb 8th, 2009 / 6:19 pm
i was jokes bout last comment add sam
Feb 8th, 2009 / 6:21 pm
hello everybody! i’ m from italy and i really want to buy this bbq for my boyfriend!
so the point is: where i can find it in italy??!?!
Dec 10th, 2009 / 5:10 am
who sells this bbq?
Jan 24th, 2012 / 3:01 am