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This is a nice option for a grill that doesn't take up much space in your pack. The only complaint I would have is that it takes patience to setup since you have to assemble every individual grill rod every single time. After a few uses I lost my patience and stopped using it. I have since switched to the UCO Flatpack grill and much prefer that. Heavier, and takes up more space, but couldn't be simpler to set up.
Yeah, setup does really make a difference.
What is the backpack you use with the UCO flatpack ?
I have an old Deuter Aircontact 65 and I tuck the flatpack in against the frame after I've loaded the pack with everything else.