Very strong when standing. Nice height. Relatively lightweight. Storage bag included helps keep the tripod handy and protects it when not in use. Chain included.
The height on this model is quite short for larger fires.
Folds compact. Grate can move up and down to get the right height for cooking. Easy to put together and take apart. Can also hold a pan for frying over the open fire.
This is a very lightweight cooking tripod and is not designed to hang a heavy Dutch oven.
Grill diameter is a little larger than others on the market. Sturdy chain allows you to raise or lower grill to the needed height. Can also hold your lantern. Made from steel. Lightweight, but just as sturdy as cast iron tripods.
The grill is free swinging, allowing food and pots to be less secure than those hung straight from a chain.
Made from cast iron. Strong and long lasting. Raised about 3 feet over the fire. Chain is 24 inches long. 3 legs of the tripod are connected. Tripod collapses for easy storage. Very sturdy. Works well on irregular ground. Holds the pot steady.
This product is not very tall which can make it a challenge to use with larger Dutch ovens. Lodge also makes a 60-inch option.
Includes an S-hook for the chain. Height easy to adjust. Strong enough to hold a full Dutch oven. Nostalgic look. Made from a heavy steel. Folds skinny for storage and portability. Great price.
Not lightweight. Made from forged steel, not cast iron.
We recommend these products based on an intensive research process that's designed to cut through the noise and find the top products in this space. Guided by experts, we spend hours looking into the factors that matter, to bring you these selections.
BestReviews wants to be better. Please take our 3-minute survey,
and give us feedback about your visit today.