Reddit Reddit reviews UCO GR1 Grlliput Portable Camping Grill, Stainless steel, One Size (GRL42001)

We found 11 Reddit comments about UCO GR1 Grlliput Portable Camping Grill, Stainless steel, One Size (GRL42001). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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UCO GR1 Grlliput Portable Camping Grill, Stainless steel, One Size (GRL42001)
Lightweight, portable grill weighs only 19.8 oz (560g)Constructed from durable stainless steelGrill parts fit inside stainless steel tube for easy, compact storageBuilt-in cleaning groove for soiled grill rods; bail for hanging in storageGrill area assembled: 9.1 x 10.2 inches; Dimensions packed: 11.4 x 0.9 inches
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11 Reddit comments about UCO GR1 Grlliput Portable Camping Grill, Stainless steel, One Size (GRL42001):

u/cwcoleman · 12 pointsr/camping

This grill from UCO/Amazon is similar, check it out

http://www.amazon.com/UCO-Grilliput-Portable-Camping-Grill/dp/B000980JMW

u/reddilada · 6 pointsr/camping

Here's a nice ribeye beginning its journey.

I really like the grill pictured. Small and packs easy. Not the simplest thing to put together, but there is something zen about putting all the spokes in place. Had it for a year now and still hanging in there.

UCO Grilliput Portable Camping Grill

u/12ozhyjinx · 6 pointsr/camping
u/wwabc · 5 pointsr/CampingandHiking

that looks like a ripoff of the Grilliput, lots of places sell it:

http://www.amazon.com/UCO-Grilliput-Portable-Camping-Grill/dp/B000980JMW

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

If someone bought me one of these I'd be quite happy.

u/35mmDSLR · 2 pointsr/CampingandHiking

There's nothing cool about it, it's an 18lb waste of space.

It has 132 square inches of grill top. This has nearly double the grill space if you have a family to feed, or if you are okay with smaller for 1-2 people? This is the standard go-to grill for camping

u/sempersexi · 1 pointr/Ultralight

Out here in the West, we cannot burn fires right now. Usually, however, this is not the case. I usually use a fire for all my heating needs. I stumbled across this and thought it innovative.

I use this. It is 12 oz, so a little heavy. However, I can cook and boil at the same time if need be.

This is also cool.

But if you really want to go super light, make sure your kettle or pot does not have any plastic or silicone parts, and that you have a towel or a glove to touch it when it is hot. Make a stick stand or a tripod with twine or cordage and hang the kettle or pot from it....or... take a flat rock and place in the middle of the fire, setting the pot on top of it. The latter method takes some technique and will require a lot of fire monitoring to keep the flames where they need to be. You also need a perfect rock.

u/plaidpaint · 1 pointr/DIY

If you have the technology to tap threads, you could run your locking rods through to the outside of your square tubes and put wingnuts on the ends to hold everything together. If you don't have taps, you could replace these with threaded rods, but be careful of zinc coatings.

There is a commercial version called the Grilliput, but it's basically the same as what you've done. Probably lighter though.

u/absw · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

It looks pretty flimsy :/ If I was to get a "lightweight" grill for camping I would just get this.

u/freexe · 1 pointr/Frugal

I always bring my super small portable bbq some charcoal, bacon, wraps, onions, peppers, and jerk sauce. Much nicer and cheaper than the food available on site.