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  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Chrome plated
  • 12 1/2 in. x 6 1//2 in. grill surface

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Coghlan's Pack Grill Customer Reviews

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campfire grill

By mac

over a camp fire


Nice Grill

By Day W.

I only gave it a 4 star because of the weight, 10.2 oz. I removed the legs, since I usally use rocks for the base, and got it down to 6.4 oz. I would not pack this for a multi day hike but for short hikes it works great to cook a couple of burgers or steaks on.

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A shopper on Apr 2, 2012
BEST ANSWER: These are very well made and Yes they hold up extreemly well.
I bought 3 and have used them extensively.

The height only needs to be 4 to 5 inches above the charcoal; so I bent the legs outward about 3 inches from the bottom, and I found it not only stabilizes the grill better, but also cooks much better.

I also made a couple of mini grills out of loaf pans by adding 4 brass cabinet door pulls for feet, drilled holes in the sides for air flow, and used the Coughlan grill with the legs removed for the grill grate. I also use a second loaf pan for the top cover. It is a personal camping grill and it works great. The pack grill grate fits perfectly on the loaf pan.
One of the laof pan grills stays with my camping gear and the other I use 3 to 4 times a week for for steaks, chicken and skewered shrimp on the patio table here at home. After a 100 + uses the Coughlans grill grate still looks new. The loaf pan however looks well used.

The pack grill works well and is inexpensive.

Hope this helps.