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Cadac 6541HP Safari Chef Grill 5-in-1 Portable Cooking System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by CADAC
17 customer reviews

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  • Portable 7300-BTU grill with 5 interchangeable cooking surfaces
  • Mini fat-free BBQ, fat-free ribbed grill, flat grill, wok, and camping stove
  • Directs grease away from food and prevents flare-ups; nonstick surfaces
  • Fold-away support legs; carrying case included; dishwasher-safe parts
  • Measures 20 by 15 by 17 inches; 2-year warranty

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Product Description

Product Description

The Safari Chef Grill is simply the most versatile portable grill you can buy on the market. You can cook five different ways with the The Safari Chef Grill and it ships with a handy carrying case. You can barbecue burgers and kebobs with the conventional grated surface. Grill steaks and chicken on the non-stick grill plate and they will come out with blackened lines as if professionally done. Flip over the grill plate and use the skillet on the other side to fry eggs and bacon for those early starts. The lid also can be used as a wok for stir fry. And lastly you can place a pot of water right over the flame to boil water.

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Exceptionally versatile, this portable grill allows for cooking in five different ways thanks to interchangeable cooking surfaces--a camping stove, a mini fat-free BBQ, a fat-free nonstick ribbed grill, a flat grill, and a wok. Whether camping in the great outdoors, traveling, or cooking-out in the backyard, the grill can be used to cook up everything from a hearty breakfast to s'mores under the stars. The unit's conventional grated surface works well for barbequing veggie burgers or kebobs, while its nonstick grill plate can be used for grilling steak or chicken. The reversible grill plate features a skillet on the opposite side for frying eggs or making pancakes. Even more, the lid functions as a saucepan or a wok for stir-frying, and a pot of water can be placed right over the flame to boil water for instant coffee, tea, or hot cocoa. Thoughtfully designed, the grill directs grease away from food and prevents flare-ups, and its nonstick cooking surfaces ensure effortless food release. Dishwasher-safe parts make cleanup a snap, and fold-away support legs allow for compact storage and easy portability. A convenient carrying case comes included. The 7300-BTU grill should be used only with a disposable 1-pound propane cylinder (available at most grocery stores and retailers). The portable barbeque grill measures 20 by 15 by 17 inches and carries a two-year warranty.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 13 x 16 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00173CGVK
  • Item model number: 6541HP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,716 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By nuni on August 17, 2008
This is a fantastic product. Each attachment is well designed and extremely useful, especially the lid which doubles as a pan. I used my grill for the first time today and it was a jiffy to set up. The heat was strong and even and afterwards, the whole thing folds up conveniently into a portable carrying case. Perfect if you don't have a lot of storage space. All the parts felt sturdy and well-made. Definitely a quality grill.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Safari John on April 19, 2009
I bought this grill for use on a boat after some pretty extensive research. I've finally tried it out for the first time, grilling some hamburgers and hot links. What a pleasant surprise! The grill cooks as it's supposed to. Both burgers and links came out perfect. While there appears to be a slight warmer spot in the middle, it doesn't appear to affect cooking much; there was less heat variation than on my large backyard grill. I think the two layers of metal/air between the flame and food is what really helps create a good heat distribution.

Construction is excellent, and everything is very well thought out. Compared to some of the Coleman and other brands I've looked at in person at retail stores, this one really stands out. The only thing I wish is that they would have a stainless steel version.

I would highly recommend this product.

One word of advice: don't wrap the heat distribution plate in aluminum foil. I did because I wanted to save on the cleaning step (which I didn't anyway) and some of the aluminum foil melted and stuck to some parts of the grill. Apparently, some of the surfaces get pretty hot!
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My wife and I tent camp at least a few times a year. And we always have our trusty two propane-burner camp stove along for the trip. It works great for boiling and for pan cooking, and it will probably still have a place on our trips.

The safari chef grill adds a lot of verstility to the old camp stove. It is extremely well-built, you can see it will last for awhile and it is well-designed, and very clever. It sits on three legs and you get one burner. In the 'base' mode you use it as a kettle boiler or for pot cooking. In the 'bbq' mode you get some very good bbq grilling.

It also comes with a 2-sided teflon cooking surface that lets you grill on one side and griddle on the other. We had good results using all of the different cooking techniques. However we did get uneven heat even though it has heat deflecting. Finally there is a cover/wok pan. The cover you can use in bbq mode and it worked quite well. We cooked some delicious chicken.

It is easy to flip between modes and set up any mode you want. For the most part it is easy to clean except the metal bbq grid does not get all the way clean after its first use. All of the different pieces fit easily in the included carrying case.

The one star downgrade is because you have to put handles on the wok and it is extremely hard to do. Forget it if you are an average guy. Need really small hands. They easily could have put these on at the factory. Also downgraded because you have one burner instead of the standard 2 on most camp stoves. Thus it will probably compliment rather than replace camp stoves for most people especially families.

This is a really nice product for campers, tailgaters, or picnicers. It does not have a huge surface but should be ok for a family of 4 or so. Recommended.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By SLOCOAST on June 9, 2010
Neat Idea, but it's a jack of all trades and a master of none. Having the modular system is nice and being able to grill and then use it as a camp stove is a a nice touch. It is fine for cooking eggs and things on the griddle, that part works pretty well. As a BBQ it's not so great. It really takes a long time to get hot and the lid was not designed to seal which I thought was strange. If it's windy, I've found that the wind gets under the lid and keeps the temps too low to cook properly. Also if the wind blows the flame out, with no igniter, you have to pull the thing apart to relight the burner. Thats a real pain. The ability to regulate the flame is pretty much nil, it's a really cheap propane regulator in it and it's either full blast or off, with not much adjustment in between. The carrying bag will also last about a month at best before seams blow out. I know I make it sound like junk but those are the realities of the grill. It's a neat system and I will continue to use it because it's really handy and compact, but for $100 they could have done a little better. I would look elsewhere unless you need the all in one package.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Fountainhead Foto on November 17, 2010
That's right, CADAC is the gas company in South Africa. They designed these campstoves for use in the bush, where camping is a cross between car-camping and backpacking the wilderness (except with a 4wd and a tiny tent trailer). The stove is designed to be versatile and convenient, and it hits those two marks exceedingly well. I've mostly used it tailgating for college football games, my friends are always jealous when they see everything I can do with it. It does have difficulty staying lit at the lowest fire, so put something between the fire and your pot and turn the fire up on windy days. I find the little 1lb propane bottles last about 2 hours worth of medium heat grilling (burgers, chicken, etc) or 8 hours of low simmer.

Tip: It can be used as a "food warmer" by setting it up with the griddle pan, just set your pot on that, and you won't burn the beans.
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