- Additional Info
Get grillin’ in the backcountry without charring the Earth or weighing down your pack! The Vargo Fire Box Grill features a hinged grate and panel system for easy setup, fold-flat packing, and fire preparation. Just lift the grate and add your fuel. Titanium tent stake skewered kebabs, anyone?
Other features include:
- Burns biomass fuel
- Fold flat design to fit in any pack
- Hinged grate for easy setup
- Nylon carrying case included
WARNING - This product can expose you to chemicals including carbon monoxide, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
- Grate size: 8 x 8 inches (205 x 205 mm)
- Folded size: 8 x 4.25 (205 x 110 mm)
- Weight: 5.8 oz. (164 grams)
- Open Height: 3 inches (80 mm)
Vargo Fire Box Grill and BOT Review
"A nice small package to have to cook pretty much everything you need when you are on a hike and want to avoid having a huge load..."
- Questions & Answers
Do you have any Question?Question: Can this product support the weight of a cast iron pot on a regular and consistent basis? 26 Oct, 2013Answer: The Fire Box Grill is intended to be used as a part of an ultralight cooking system. While it is possible to use a light pot or pan on the Fire Box Grill, we don't recommend using a cast iron products on it due to their weight.Question: Is the bottom of this unit of sufficient size to double as a wind screen for any of your alcohol burning stoves? How about height? Will any of your stoves fit inside with the grate on? I would love to make a double purchase if this is the case, Thank you , Danny slaughter . 17 Feb, 2014Answer: Yes, the Fire Box Grill can double as a windscreen for the Triad and Triad XE only (i.e. the stoves can fit inside with the grate down). The legs for both stoves need to remain folded under for them to fit. Due to the diameter of the Decagon, it will not fit inside the Fire Box Grill.Question: Hi Brian, I'm wondering if the grill is permanently fixed or can it be separated for even more lightweight grilling without the fire box? Thanks, Scott 17 Mar, 2014Answer: The grill is permanently fixed to the Fire Box Grill so it cannot be used independently from the rest of the unit.Question: Can somebody tell me the what the size of the bottom is ? I want to use this with my folding firebox stove and its 5x5" 04 Apr, 2014Answer: The bottom of the Fire Box is 87 mm (3.4") and the top is 155 mm (6.1").Question: Can this product fit over your Hex Wood Stove to add some depth? 19 Dec, 2016Answer: Unfortunately, no, the Fire Box Grill cannot fit over the Hexagon Wood Stove.Question: I read your reply to Scott's question about the grate's attachment, but in looking at the photos, I can't tell where/how the grate is permanently attached to the fire box. Can you explain? Thanks! 12 Feb, 2019Answer: One wall of the firebox grill has a set of hinges allowing the grate to fold over. If you look closely at the first picture, you will see the rolled edge on the right wall of the box. That is the hinge.Question: I see it now. Thanks for the quick answer! Sorry to be a P in the A, but I have a few more questions. I'm a packrafter and am planning a trip in a national park that mandates fire pans (even though I exclusively use stoves). I'm looking at your fire box as a possible solution to the requirement, but I'd really like to remove the grill, as it's not required by the NPS. But, lordy, how do I remove titanium? Is the grill welded, brazed, or soldered to the hinge rod? Can I separate it with a spot welder, or cut the grill loose with a liquid-cooled saw blade? Apologies in advance for wounding such a beautiful creation. I already own a few pieces of your work and love them all. 12 Feb, 2019Answer: The grill grate is welded to the hinge rod at each intersection. You may be able to seperate each weld, or cut them. There's no guarantee there though.