Gizzo Grill

A Portable Grill That Folds Up To The Size Of A Laptop

You're probably accustomed to hauling around grills that are cumbersome and oddly designed. Gizzo is completely different because it folds up into a laptop shape. Simply discard the coals into the proper receptacle, and fold the grill up. It might be mistaken for a laptop if you set it aside. This grill can be used in almost any outdoor location.

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Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
Thanks for sharing @davis_paipa 🙌 When do these start shipping?
Davis Paipa
Davis PaipaMaker@davis_paipa · Founder of Gizzo Grill
@amrith Hi, we are now producing first 3000 units for this year. The first shipment will happen around April End, or Start of May.
Angie
Angie@angeliquesocial · Founder of YourApparel
Great idea! Nice to take along with you to festivals in the summer 😀
J. Pablo Fernández
J. Pablo Fernández@pupeno · Founder at Dashman
I would expect the inside of that case to become pretty dirty with ashes, so, I would pack a couple of work gloves with it to set it up. Can we get a video of the assembling and disassembling?
Davis Paipa
Davis PaipaMaker@davis_paipa · Founder of Gizzo Grill
@pupeno Hi, thanks for the feedback. We didn't yet announce cleaning process of the grill, and how to use it because of patent work. There won't be any ash after grilling process and cool down time is 5-10 min. I will send you video at the start of April when all Patent papers will be finished.
J. Pablo Fernández
J. Pablo Fernández@pupeno · Founder at Dashman
@davis_paipa oh... now I am intrigued.
KeksEliz
KeksEliz@keksplotoyadney
Grilled dishes have a special taste and aroma, crispy crust. However, it is not the only attractive fact, we should also point out the undoubted usefulness: using a similar device, do not add oil or other fats to food for frying. A grill is a cooking equipment that is used to prepare meals using charcoal, gas or electricity as a source of heat. More information about grills can be found here - http://bord-eaux.com/the-main-in... .