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Volcano Grill

Volcano Grill is a new portable grill. What makes this one interesting is the compacting foldable system that turns it rather small to handle, only 5” tall and it´s sturdy too, made from high grade tem resisting steel, it’ll keep up its shape for years to come. The heat chamber has been designed to use 3 different types of fuel, charcoal, wood or a more industrial propane burner, its venting system ensures high cooking temperatures can be reached if needed. The insulated bottom and the double wall minimize heat transfer so it´s relatively safe to be next to it, but its greatest feature is its versatility, you can dutch oven cook on it, use a wok, a conventional grill/barbecue, fry, griddle and even use it as a smoker. You’ll need to step up your cooking game if you want to explore the Volcano Grill’s full potential. watch the video below

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