Bruce Handrail Grill

Jun 27, 2016

Category: Gear

As fellow urbanites ourselves, we empathize with those who aren’t blessed with sufficient outdoor space, like a patio or yard for instance. Too often we feel left out this time of year while settling for indoor grilling mechanisms while the rest of the country is outside at the barbecue. Luckily there’s a solution to this problem. It’s called the Bruce Handrail Grill and it’s here to make America great again.

Designed by Henrick Drecker, the handrail BBQ combines the functionality of the grill with the aesthetic of a flower pot. It requires a fraction of the space of a regular grill and is built from hardened metal and only weighs in at about 13.5 pounds, measures 7.5 inches high x 14.8 inches deep x 22.8 inches long. Assembly is a snap. Just fill it up with charcoal and give it a light; a perfect addition to the rooftop garden or terrace. Grill away fellow urban dwellers. Available now for $78. [Purchase]

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