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UCO Grilliput Foldable Grill Top

Closeouts. The UCO Grilliput foldable grill top takes the taste of backyard grilling on the go. It's self-storing design turns packing a grill top for day hikes or backpacking treks into a breeze.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Boyd White from Nevada on Thursday, March 3, 2016
    Saw this on Sigma III's website but they were out of stock. Found it here and ordered it. Super compact, easy to assemble, easy to store in a backpack. And definitely welcome on multi-day hike when it comes time to cook. Some reviews have said it is stronger that it looks which is an odd compliment. It is strong enough to hold a pot of water and something else...but you have to treat it with is not going to take an abundance of lateral stress to topple it. I am very happy to have it and see it as a valuable acquisition.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ashlie from Oklahoma on Saturday, February 27, 2016
    This little grill is so much fun. I've only used it once so far. It took a few minutes to get it put together, but now that I have it figured out it should be quick next time. I can't believe it packs down so tiny.
  • Reviewed by The Bargaineer from NJ on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
    I love this idea and was really looking forward to trying it. However, the execution was disappointing. The dissembled tube was much heavier than expected so be sure to check the weight before ordering. If that were the only issue, I would have kept it. Machining was subpar. Some of the holes were just a smidgen too small so I was unable to thread the screws completely into the holes for the legs. Thus, it was wobbly with legs that were incompletely screwed in. Also, it was difficult to adjust the tension of the bars making up the grate. Too tight and some of the bars would warp. (Not to mention it was very difficult to unscrew without a pair of pliers.) If too loose, the entire surface is wobbly and the bars jangle. I played with it for some time but never got it to work. It may just be a lemon...
  • Reviewed by LM from Washington on Monday, June 1, 2015
    The title of "foldable" is incorrect - it is a number of pieces that have to be assembled before use. And then after use it has to be taken all back apart again. There is no folding up involved.

    Also, this is fine where weight isn't an issue, but while it claims to also be for backpacking, it's well over a pound in weight and therefore you'd better not be hiking far.

    The quality is very good. Just don't assume it's quick to set up or lightweight.
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