TemboTusk Skottle

Sep 8, 2016

Category: Gear

The Skottle was first popularized in Africa as a disc on which to cook a hodgepodge of food items over an open flame. Sounds a bit like camping right? That’s why TemboTusk decided to popularize this wok-like device, adding a gas canister and legs to this now portable model.

Sold in a Skottle Kit, it comes ready to be fired up immediately thanks to a pre-seasoned grill, fabricated in the USA, a 10,000 BTU single burner, and a carrying bag. The burner hangs from underneath the skillet pan and the legs are removable so it’s easy to transport and is adjustable to your surroundings. The disc measures 18-inches in diameter, boasts a standing height of 28-inches, and weighs in at 22 pounds. Clean up is a breeze as well and because it’s made from cast iron, the Skottle will only get better with age. Get ready for the perfect overland cooking experience. They’re available now for $275. [Purchase]

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