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Cooking | Quad Pod Campfire Grill by Grate Mate Outdoor LLC
Quad Pod Campfire Grill by Grate Mate Outdoor LLC
Quad Pod Campfire Grill by Grate Mate Outdoor LLC
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This four legged (quad pod) campfire grill is the master of all campfire grill. It's light weight (14 lbs), portable and compact design provides the novice of outdoor chef's with an adjustable cooking surface, giving them complete control of cooking temperatures. The Quad Pod is the most stable campfire grill available in today's market.
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