Top critical review
It's a cheap, low-quality product that doesn't stand up to actual camping use
Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2019
My buddy and I went backpacking to Mt Washington, and I brought this grill to use on the campfire. When actually heated up (regular campfire, only wood), it softened and warped, almost spilling our cooking gear. It was nothing particularly heavy, just a light camping pot with two quarts of water, for tea.
Plus, the legs don't lock in place, so maneuvering it around when hot (e.g. to compensate for the shifting campfire lots) is rather complicated.
This product is cheap, low-quality garbage. I am returning it.