REVIEW: Ogrill 1000 (Portable Grill)

The Goodbye kids are counting down the days, Summer vacation is almost here. We have lots of plans that include lakes, fishing, car trips and camping. Camping, while a staple of my younger years, is relatively new to my husband and kids. I’ve spent the last few months gathering the supplies and equipment needed to make camping as a family of 6 an enjoyable experience. (Full list coming soon!)

One of my latest pieces of gear is the O Grill. The O Grill is a well-designed portable grill powered by either propane or butane canisters. Here is what I love about the Ogrill thus far:

– Lightweight: We have the O Grill 1000, it weighs 18 pounds
– Design… yes it’s pretty
– Cooking surface: The cooking surface is level and everything cooks very evenly, it also allows plenty of surface space to cook for a large family.
– Fold and Go: The legs and top fold in and lock in place with ease
– Size: Perfect for a picnic table top, it doesn’t take up much room.
– Ease: It is incredibly easy to set up and use. I simply attached the 1 lb. propane canister,    turned the dial to light and hit a button. There are no matches, lighters or multiple attempts needed.

I have nothing but praise for this portable wonder. I’m looking forward to putting it through a long summer of park cook-outs and camping trips.

For more information on the Ogrill check out their website. Or find best prices on Amazon.

About the author


Erica is an advocate for simplicity, family time, making a cozy home and loving others well. She is the community coordinator for One Orphan, the orphan care ministry of America World Adoption Association. Erica and Calvin have four young children; Elliott, Charlotte, Lola and Liam. They currently reside in Nashville, TN.

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