The Quickfire Grill is a portable grill and pan support for use over a campfire. It packs down flat into a carry pouch, and sets up in seconds to give a sturdy, beautifully-designed grill. It solves the problem of balancing your pan or kettle on an open fire – and lifts them away from the embers allowing the fire to burn hotter and with less smoke. You can also cook on it directly, over fire for that ‘flame-grilled’ taste, or over embers for a slower, juicier BBQ.
The Quickfire Grill is the ideal size for a quick BBQ on the beach, in the woods or out hiking with friends.
This kit also includes a new companion tool – the Quickfire Fork. The Quickfire Fork can be used to tend the fire and lift the grill when hot. Use it for turning – and then eating – your sausages. It’ll even open your cold beer! And when you’re done it’s designed to clean up your grill before stowage.
The fork is also made from laser-cut stainless steel with an ash handle, all here in the UK.
British designed and manufactured
The Quickfire Grill is made from 304 stainless steel. Stainless steel contains chromium which forms a protective surface layer that protects it from corrosion. Its durability means it has a long life. Stainless steel is also highly recyclable. It is estimated that stainless steel contains over 60% recycled material. The Quickfire Grill is laser cut using state of the art fibre laser cutting technology. Using computer aided design software ensures accuracy and minimal wastage of material.
What Wild Stoves testers thing of the the Quickfire
This is a product we sold many years ago, and we’re very happy it’s back in production and back on our shelves. It has a really stylish look and feel: this isn’t something churned out by a factory but a well-considered design by long-time Wild Stoves collaborator Jason, who has them made in a small factory in small-batches. This does what it says on the packet, and it does it well, and will do it for many years. Balancing steel thickness with durability and strength, this is a great tool for the surfer, allotment holder or hiker alike.
Making a Campfire under the QuickFire
Situate your fire at least 5m away from tents, trees, roots and other flammable items. Clear an area of ground on which to make the fire at least 800mm across. Use existing fire pits where possible.
Gather firewood and kindling. Use only fallen branches. Material found off the ground will be drier.
Build a small, loose pile of kindling, making sure to allow space for air to feed the fire.
Construct a pyramid of dry twigs and small sticks around and above the kindling pile.
Light the kindling with a match. Add increasingly larger sticks and then logs as the fire grows in strength, always leaving enough space between them for the fire to breathe. Keep your fire small and contained.
When the fire has died down to a bed of white hot coals place the grill over the fire and you are ready to cook.
Add more fuel to the fire as needed. Feeding the ends of logs into the fire provides the greatest area for combustion and is the most efficient. Logs can be removed to control the temperature of the fire.
Ensure your fire is fully extinguished before leaving. Coals must be cool enough to touch. Leave no trace of your fire: only your footprints…