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Folding camp grill FS.

Discussion in 'Makers Market' started by launditch1, Aug 15, 2009.

  1. launditch1

    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Replied!More than ten characters...
     
  2. Logit

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    these are top quality!!
     
  3. Goatboy

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    Well,
    If I didn't have access ( I'm a lucky boy) too four of a similar type I'd buy one, especially at that price. Good size and weight. Nice sausage / meal cooker.
    Knock yerselves out folks.
    I have extra winter insulation due to grills of this type.
    TTFN
    Goatboy.
     
  4. bert333

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    just got mine
    veeerrrryyyyy nice:)
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    Idea for future development
    File 'U' shapes in 2 of the legs to match horizontal ribs to help the right hand legs fold further in :)
     
  5. coln18

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    pm sent....all the best col
     
  6. launditch1

    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Bert,your mod idea will be added to any more i make.Thanks very much.
     
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    pm sent. Regards Banu
     
  8. scottforsythe1

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    got my grill today from Launditch, supperb looking bit of kit looking forward to trying it out from scott forsythe:canoe:
     
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    Youre welcome.Thank you:)
    Dont forget to peel off the plastic backing on the plate!!
     
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    Can i get one of these and one of you firesteels please mate?
    How long is the wait usually?
     
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    Hi Mate.Now ive got my **** together ill be able to get the bulk of it done by this weekend(the grill)So ill say about 7-10 days wait..Is that ok?
    What type of firesteel would you like?
     
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    Pm sent mate.

    Cheers
    Kim
     
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    Got mine this morning.
    Great piece of kit and surprisingly portable.goodjob
    Many thanks
    G:)
     
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    Got mine and have to say it is excellent. Absolutely perfect for the job and a true bargain!
    cheers

    Kim
     
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    I promised Launditch a photo of the "original" of these a long time ago and completely forgot.

    I had sime time off last week and was working in the trees by the cottage as it was too hot to be in the sun - so I made breakfast out there - and then remembered my promise

    So here it is :)

    [​IMG]

    Its stood the test of time very well.....

    Red
     
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    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Thanks Red:)Looks the plate is nicely seasoned now.Glad its held up well too...The original and the best!!:D

    Love the coffee can too.
     
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    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Couple of months time I'll be back to having some fun times Nige, so I can happily post up a bit of an "iron fest". The fire irons look great by the range as well mate - but outdoor cooking is the way to go in this heat - particualrly in the shade!
     
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    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    'Ironfest'..now i do like the sound of that!:)

    Im glad the fireirons arrived just in time for summer!!:rolleyes::D
    Yep, i also plan to do as much cooking outside as i can in the lovely weather. :campfire:

    Where'd you get the coffee can from?
     
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    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    When you say coffee can - the percolator? Can't remember tbh...it was cheap cos theres a chip out of the glass bubble (works fine though)....wanted a decent size one and these enamel ones were the only "several mug" size I could get. I like the percolator types as, when it hits the right strength I can take the basket out and just keep it warm
     
  20. lavrentyuk

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    Is that a mucket in the photograph next to the percolator. I keep meaning to order one from the sutlers, be great to keep the flies out of the beverages.

    Richard
     

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