Bob-A-Que 360deg Swivel Outdoor Campfire Grill
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- Take anywhere, portable campfire camping grill
- Adjustbable Height
- Vertically adjustable with 360 degree horizontal swing action
- No tools required for assembly - Steel construction with rust resistant powder coating
- 17" circular grilling surface. Plenty of room to feed the whole family!
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|Package Height||3 x 19 x 19 inches|
|Shipping Weight||9.2 pounds|
Step up your Bar-B-Que with a Bob-A-Que! Now you can safely cook over a campfire, outdoor propane tank or existing outdoor grill with the Bob-A-Que. Whether you are camping, ice fishing, or simply spending a day in the park, the Bob-A-Que provides a safe and sanitary means to grill your favorite foods. 360deg spin allows you to flip your food away from the smoke and fire. Large 225 sq. in. grilling surface means there is plenty of room for their burgers and your steak. Adjustable grate height for user's convenience. Arm and post are both 38in.L; crossbar has mounting hole at 5in.. Easy assembly.
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Bottom line......well made product I would recommend.
When you first take it out of the box, you will probably notice a kink in the swing arm. Initially, I thought it was shipping damage because the box was a little beat up. After assembly, I realized the grill was manufactured that way and the kink was to accommodate a level grilling surface because the swing arm has to slope downward to stay at the desired height.
As another commentor stated, the grill is a lot bigger than it looks in the photo. I had no problem loading it up with a pack of hotdogs and a coffee pot. I'm sure that a half dozen or more burgers would have fit with no problem.
The swing arm has a handle area that did not get hot as I thought it would. I was able to reposition the swing arm while cooking with no pot holder needed.
Make sure that you take a hammer with you. It can be difficult to drive the post into the ground deep enough without it. Use a piece of firewood placed over top of the post to transfer the hammer blows to the post so you don't mangle the top of the post by striking it directly with the hammer. Also, make sure the post is driven plum or your grill make want to swing away from the fire if you put something heavy on it like a full pot of coffee (I learned this the hard way).
I like the fact that I can swing the arm completely away from the fire, and adjust it up and down as well. Storage is kind of weird though, as they are 3 completely different shaped pieces.
It's bigger that you think. 18" in diameter is plenty big even for a large family. Actually much bigger that what we needed. The grill itself not only can rotate off the fire via the post/arm structure but you can also spin the grill itself as needed. The height can be adjusted at any time as well. The distance of the arm extension is fixed. That's the only drawback I can find. Would be nice if that was adjustable too. The construction seems sturdy and we expect to get many years of use.
UPDATE: We continue to love the grill. It is perfect in all situations. Many times people stop by our camp site and ask about it and even if they don't you can see people talking about is as they walk or drive by.
A few of the features Worth noting are the versitility of the small amount of space it occupies when disassembled yet the grill is large enough to accommodate our family of six. The swivel arm makes it easy to turn the items cooking off of the direct flame and the height of the grill is very easy to adjust over the campfire. It is sturdy enough to support a 12 cup pot for brewing coffee. One of the greatest features is not having to remove and clean the charcoals since it cooks directly over the campfire. This product design is ingenious!
As several people have noted, you can easily ruin the grill by pounding it into the ground with a metal hammer - causing the top to mushroom. Luckily my friend had already done that to his, so I didn't have to make the same mistake. I used a small socket that fit right over the top, and then a rubber mallet to hit the grill into the ground. It worked out well.
Putting it together is a breeze as there's only 4 parts so by the time the fire was ready, the Bob a que was waiting. Our first meal was hamburgers and they turned out excellent.
We've since made breakfast on it and even enjoyed a homemade pizza just the other night. This cooking tool is one every outdoor enthusiast should have! Well made, well thought out, and well, the best 'que we've had the pleasure of owning.