Vargo Titanium Bifold Grill
Vargo Titanium Bifold Grill
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Grilling in the great outdoors just got easier. From Vargo, a company that specializes in titanium accessories, this titanium grill features a bifold system that packs down small and opens up big Read More

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Shquiwal
8
Sep 25, 2020
Are the folding legs made of titanium as well?
Yes. Everything is Ti, except the Nylon case ;)
KBabione
13
Jun 26, 2020
I bought one directly from Vargo to use while backpacking. I was really pleased with how it worked. I carried frozen steaks in my coozie for our first night dinner and they were perfect. The steaks stuck to the grill a little bit but my buddy gently held down the grill while I turned the steaks and we didn't have a problem. You just need to load it evenly (like you can't have everyone sit on the same side of a picnic table).
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The grill is only 4" tall so we got a good bed of coals ready and scraped them to the middle of the fire ring and set the grill (with gloves on) over the coals.
Brendon93
35
Jun 26, 2020
that is a beautiful picture
VB14
8
Jun 26, 2020
Here's the review I tried to leave at Vargo's website when this first came out last year. " I used it over the weekend, and the grate dipped after using it. Also, when you put weight on one side and the other side has too light of a load, the lighter side goes up in the air (along with what's on it)!"
Seanneves
89
Apr 17, 2020
Just ordered one. I have a number of small titanium grills as I do a lot of high country backpacking and fishing in the Rockies. Grill surface seems short as most UL grills are 10 to 12 inches long HOWEVER, you have to remember that with grills without legs, two to three inches of those grills are sacrificed to whatever they are using as a shelf on either end, so I see this as closer to the usability of a 10 inch grill because of its legs. Diagonally it will be equal to a 12 or 13 inch grill. The legs are a rarity and essential IMHO. Seems like it will be a little harder to clean but I'm stoked to try it out!
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akinnee
0
Feb 11, 2020
Is the 3.7oz weight accurate?
Rudolph
276
Feb 13, 2020
Boni
54
Dec 3, 2019
This seems heavy for a titanium grill. I was hoping its be around 2lbs but its 5lbs. Was hoping I could use it for backpacking .
Boni
54
Dec 3, 2019
Oh max weight is the supported weight. Thanks for pointing that out.
Kilsimiv
118
Apr 16, 2020
Dude how high are you? For Titanium, this would need to be the size of a card table to be 5lbs - there are like five details here that don't agree with your assumption that the max weight ...(again troubling, why would static weight ever change) is 5lbs. Even a 2lb Ti grill would be 24"x24", easy. Or super thick, but again, these are details provided
TheAnosmic
1
Dec 2, 2019
Anyone found a review about it?
Jpoint
7
Dec 2, 2019
No, but not sure I'd need one with legs.
Shik
2
Dec 5, 2019
with the design seems like you can still sue it with the legs folded in