Anyone own and use one of these? I can't carry my Weber Q in my van and this UCO product seems like a well thought out design. I like that it doubles as a small fire pit as well.
It's more a problem that my grilling spot isn't always level. I always do my best before lighting up, but once the grill is hot, I ain't going to re-level it. If it's at an angle, the dogs keep trying to roll downhill, so I'm like Sisyphus with a set of tongs...Don't drink and grill?
I forgot to mention that this thing barely fits in the canvas bag, such that over time the bag will tear. I need to find another bag.It arrived today.
This thread inspired me to purchase my own UCO Flatpack Grill which arrived a few days ago. My first impression was that the unit is well made but the bag is much too tight. I will be sewing one a bit larger so that I can slide the dirty/sooty unit into a plastic bag before putting it into the canvas bag. It will also have a larger velcro flap.I forgot to mention that this thing barely fits in the canvas bag, such that over time the bag will tear. I need to find another bag. . . .