These nominally portable appliances take up an oversize amount of
space in backpacks that are already filled to the brim and are just an
errant s’more swing away from toppling into a nylon tent, turning a
vacation into a visit to the burn unit.
Fortunately, Israeli design student Roee Magdassi has developed a new collapsible cooking concept called Stakes that brings a trifecta of improvements to the outdoor cooking industry.
Instead of a rigid, spot-welded frame, his on-the-go system threads
braided steel cables through the grate that allow it to be rolled up
when not cooking burgers. Rickety fold-out legs are replaced with three
titanium stakes that hold the grill in tension, increasing stability.
Lastly, an unusual triangular shape gives the design an eye-catching
look while making setup simple.
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