Texsport Heavy Duty Camp 16″ x 12″ Grill

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  • Sturdy cooking accessory makes it easier to grill your outdoor feasts
  • 16-by-12-inch (W x D) grilling surface
  • Made of heavy-duty welded steel
  • Designed for cooking over an open fire
  • Legs fold up for easy storage

Heavy-duty Camp Grill keeps you cooking. This sturdy food fryer won’t go topsy-turvy on you. It’ll stay right where you put it. That’s because it’s designed for cooking over an open fire with its rugged iron frame and expanded metal grillFood just tastes better outside especially grilled food. To ensure you’re outfitted appropriately to show your culinary prowess in the great outdoors, try the Texsport Camp Grill. The sturdy 16-by-12-inch (W x D) grilling surface is made of heavy-duty welded steel, designed for cooking over an open fire. When it’s time to strike camp, the legs fold up for easy storage.

Texsport Heavy Duty Camp 16″ x 12″ Grill

3 Responses to Texsport Heavy Duty Camp 16″ x 12″ Grill

  1. Stropheus says:
    103 of 105 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great if used properly!!, June 5, 2015
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    Stropheus (Buffalo, NY) –

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    Great camping grill if used properly.

    First, I would not cook directly on it right away. As other reviewers have mentioned it is painted black and it will peel off. I purchased two 16×9 Griddles (See below) which perfectly covered half the grill. The griddles are reversible. I was able to boil water and make coffee on one half of the grill, while at the same time cooking anything from bacon & eggs to burger & dogs on the other side. I have never had a better camping/cooking experience. (Personally don’t like gas when camping, fire only…)

    If you are looking for a large, heavy duty grill this is it, just use it properly. I will update this post after a few more uses and see if I am comfortable cooking directly on it over time. Plus I want to upload a picture so you can all see how sweet this set up is with the griddles!!

    Used it again this weekend. Couldn’t be happier. Check out the photo!!

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002CMLTXG?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s01

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  2. Isaac H. says:
    73 of 78 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Really, it’s painted?!, May 3, 2015
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    This review is from: Texsport Heavy Duty Over Fire Camp Grill (Sports)
    The picture shown on Amazon is the same as what’s on the box, which depicts this grill in use over and open fire, a camp fire. So that’s why I bought it.
    I wanted a grill to cook with during a camping trip, this item seemed to be well constructed and sturdy, being made from cast iron. It is well constructed and heavy, not too large but sufficient for cooking for two to four people, however there is a major flaw with this little doozy.
    I’m now under the assumption that the manufacturers of this pile are simpletons and not well worth the skin they’re wrapped in. Some “genius” down at Texsport decided that it would be a good idea..
    TO PAINT..A CAMPFIRE GRILL..
    Possibly the most asinine experience of 2015 (so far).
    I put this over the fire(as depicted in the pictures) and guess what? It’s friggin’ painted!
    The fire obviously melted and burned the paint, nasty damned smoke and fumes billowed up and I nearly crapped my khakis in anger. Really, paint!? Why on God’s green earth would you use a cheap black paint on a grill that goes over an open fire? Freakin’ baffles the mind.
    Find one that isn’t coated or made of steel or something, or don’t expect to cook meat on this grill unless it’s in a pan. Even then, I would take a map torch to this thing so the fumes don’t poison your food.
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  3. Rumplestiltskin says:
    64 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    You should burn the grill first to get rid of the paint!, April 29, 2013
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    Rumplestiltskin (Chester, NJ 07930) –

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    This is a great grill, compact and durable.
    For those people complaining about the paint smell, you have to burn the grill before using it. Just put the grill upside down over the fire for some minutes and you will burn the paint. Same every time you use it so you kill bacterias and remove rests of grease or food you have cooked before.
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