roee magdassi pins stakes for triangular outdoor cooking grill
roee magdassi pins stakes for triangular outdoor cooking grill roee magdassi pins stakes for triangular outdoor cooking grill
dec 29, 2013

roee magdassi pins stakes for triangular outdoor cooking grill

roee magdassi pins stakes for triangular outdoor cooking grill
all images courtesy of roee magdassi




‘stakes’ by israeli industrial designer roee magdassi is a light and portable outdoor cooking grill, suitable for hikes in nature. three titanium stakes are inserted in the ground, functioning as legs for the rolled grilling net. the flexible triangle shape enables the piece to be easily pinned down, while avoiding rocks or hard soil. the components can be folded away and packed into a cordura fabric case that is equipped with a silicon gripper in case the net is still hot. offering a new experience for outdoor cooking, ‘stakes’ is an eco-friendly alternative for common, disposable devices.



the triangular-shaped grill is easily pinned into the ground



the stakes can be set up using a stone



the components are folded away and packed into a cordura fabric case



the grill is very light, it weighs a total of 300 grams



the triangle shape of the net enables the grill to be easily pinned in the ground



a silicon grip at the end helps to handle the grill when it is still hot



the folded grill is compact and fits easily inside a backpack



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  • Hi, Where can you order or buy this grill?

    Bruce Holland says:
  • I also want to buy this, any news on when it will be for sale?

    Stuart says:

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