Briefcase Barbecue true
Grill on the go.
Closed, this looks like an elegant briefcase with character and a vintage feel. But opened, it transforms into a portable tabletop barbecue. It can be used at home or on a picnic—it’s as easy to dismantle and clean as it is to grab on your way out the door to the park. The whole structure is perforated with tiny holes to allow for airflow that enables to grill to heat up and reach a high heat quickly. Coconut shell ecological charcoal is recommended to heat it up, but any kind of charcoal will do. Choose from blue, charcoal, cream, or green, grab a pack of hotdogs, and grill up a storm this summer.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Structure is steel with a polyester paint finish; grill and inside trays are stainless steel; strap is fabric with a leather handle.
17.3" L x 12.6" W x 4.7" H. Weighs 17.2 pounds.
Care & Notes
We suggest you to use coconut shell ecological charcoal for its properties: There’s no flame, it retains heat, and it generates very little smoke. Inside trays are made of stainless steel; if necessary you can clean them in the dishwasher.
Shipping & Returns
Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.
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