The Volcano 3 Collapsible Grill has a very unique design that enables it to be compressed from a 17″ height down to 5″ for easy storage and transport. Take it out of the included storage bag and pop it open. The legs automatically extend with the body. When finished, the whole unit retracts back to fit in the carrying case. Pretty neat! It burns propane, charcoal or wood. Many owners love to use it for Dutch Oven Cooking, but it can also grill, roast and bake. Great for BBQ tailgating, picnics, camping and hunting.
3 Collapsible Grill
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Charcoal, Propane Gas, Logs, More Than One Fuel
86.28 Heat Flux is the BTU per square inch and is a more useful measure of how much heat a grill delivers than BTU alone.
226 square inches
Small(about 11 burgers)
Volcano II Corporation
Volcano makes a unique, multi-fuel, collapsible grill that offers extreme portability and versatility. They also offer outdoor cooking accessories.
Published On: 9/12/2013
Last Modified: 2/20/2021
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