Lumberjack Over the Fire Grill

Item # WX2-235325

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Lumberjack Over the Fire Grill.

Ahh, the smell of sizzling bacon over an open fire! Introducing a portable Grill for your next camping trip or picnic.

  • Large 12 x 16" nickel plated Grill with handle
  • Heavy-duty 32" stake for attaching Grill and side pan10 x 14" stainless steel gravity lock accessory / charcoal pan with handle
  • Gravity lock grill design for cooking height adjustment. Weighs 8 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    We are really satisfied with this product. We haven't used it yet, but will when we go camping in July. We are thinking of purchasing a couple more!!!! Thank you!!!!
  2. 4 stars
    Very nice unit. Does what it was advertised to do. Very happy with this product.
  3. 5 stars
    very good quality build heavy duty. I would like to see may be one more tray on it
  4. 5 stars
    Grill is made very well. Easy to pound in stake and remove with a wiggle from side to side. Worked great on our camping trip and would recommend!
  5. 5 stars
    seem as thought it's well made and will work
  6. 5 stars
    Real handy little grill. Great price and fast delivery. This summer we went to a lot of campgrounds with wheels for fires and no grills and several with nothing for fires. This will be very useful, it can even be used on a hillside.
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