Is it a grill or is it a portable fire pit? Yes.
The Outback Grill features a lightweight (22 lbs) but durable vertical design with telescoping legs that allows for complete portability, simple assembly, and easy post-camp clean-up. The direct, open-fire, over-sized cooking surface that moves up and down for easy heat management will appeal to the most discriminating foodie, while the sturdy, contained fire pit will safely serve as the centerpiece for warmth and laughter well into the dark forest night.
LIGHTWEIGHT & DURABLE
So light (22 lbs), yet so strong. Built with sturdy craftsmanship.
300 SQ. INCHES OF COOKING SURFACE
The 20”-diameter cooking grate can handle enough for a hungry family of four.
Lets you control your heat - a must for any grill master.
Good for sitting, standing or wherever you’re most comfortable.
HOW IT WORKS
FROM SEA LEVEL
Enjoy a traditional ground-level safe-contained campfire.
TO SEE LEVEL
Or raise it up a bit and sit back in your camping chair with the campfire right where you want it.
TO SEAR LEVEL
Adjust your fire level and cooking surface to fit your culinary needs and personal comfort too.
"The Explorer 300 is a great alternative to a campfire and is the multi-tool of grills! It’s built with solid construction and is extremely useful for anyone — from car campers to bush crafters."
I love the way the grill is easy to set up and use. The grill surface is great for cooking because it evenly distributes heat. Plus, once I’m finished cooking, I can pull up my camp chair, grab a beer, and use it as a fire pit. It’s a win-win.