Zippo All-Terrain Grill Brings the Flame

There’s nothing like the taste of fresh fish grilled seconds after it’s been caught. The problem is dragging your portable grill over the rocks, logs and mud to get it to the campsite. So Zippo decided to do something about that. The legendary lighter maker has taken their legacy of fire and built a grill with enough heat to grill whatever you toss on the grates—with rugged, go-anywhere capability to allow you to cook out wherever you happen to be. Especially if you happen to be off-road.

Built with a solid, cast-aluminum firebox and lid, the All-Terrain Grill rides on vibration-eating rubber coated wheels, folding down from just over 37-inches to a slim 14-inches, locking into place for rattle-free transport. Once at the site, the spring-assisted X-frame helps lift and lock the grill into place, ready to sear tasty animal flesh on its large 223-square-inch cooking surface.

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Taking on rough terrain isn’t the grill’s only trick. Zippo outfitted the propane-powered grill with stuff we expect to see in a much larger non-portable, like push-button ignition, 16,000 BTU from twin burners with precise flame heat adjustment, a flavor-infusion system, an oversized stainless steel work surface with utensil hooks, and a built-in thru-lid thermometer.

The All-Terrain Grill runs on both 1 lb and 20 lb propane canisters, so you can bring only as much—or as little—as you need to feed the crowd. And with the All-Terrain, it doesn’t matter where that crowd is.

MSRP: $399.95