Comes with a lifetime warranty. Includes a 14-inch stake. Has an adjustable height. Nice width on the grill itself as well as the grill irons. Great for leaving over a backyard fire pit. The stake can be left and the grill completely removed when not in use. Ships quickly. Will work with cast iron.
This grill works on a stake, which makes it a little harder to set in place and less stable than others. You may want to find a longer post.
Cook surface has a small grill pattern, which allows you to cook a variety of foods without the food falling through to the fire. The legs on this sit eight inches high, giving good distance off the coals while still putting food close to the heat. A decent size for cooking. Heavy construction. Can hold a cast iron skillet or cook food directly on top.
Some meats, like bacon, may be too greasy for this setup and cause the fire to flare up while cooking.
Comes in three sizes. Round shape helps to maximize grilling space over a fire pit or campfire. Works well with a cooking spray. Well-made and sturdy. Small spaces between the wire openings give you versatility as far as what you can grill. Can sit directly on top of fire ring.
The biggest challenge is getting correct size for a fire ring. It might be best to order a size up.
The price is lower than some grills. Made from an extra-sturdy steel that can either sit in a fire ring or go directly over a campfire. Can handle cast iron. Can also be used as a base to lift logs for a pit that is too high. A very good product for the money.
The slats on this grill are wide and might allow some foods to slip through the surface into the fire.
Cooking grate comes in three sizes. Very well-made. Fits well with most fire rings. Heavy weight. Will last several seasons in the weather. Can also be used to place wood on top and increase airflow for more efficient burn in your fire pit.
The slats on this grate work well for cookware but are likely too wide for cooking food directly on the grate.
An over-fire grill turns your fire pit into a cooking area, whether you’re in your backyard or in the woods. The trickiest part of finding the right grill is making sure it fits over your fire pit and is the correct height or can be adjusted. Simple over-fire grills are placed over the fire and stand on metal legs, while others rest on the lip of the fire pit or can swing off of the fire for easy access to food. If you plan to grill on the go, look for smaller grates with folding designs that are relatively lightweight. Grill styles vary from parallel slats to tight grids, with varying thickness for different cooking styles and grill marks.
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