SE BG107 Portable Folding Barbecue Grill

SE BG107 Portable Folding Barbecue Grill

Product Description
The SE BG107 Portable Folding Barbecue Grill is disposable and you can take it anywhere. This compact grill saves space and is safer to use than starting a fire in a pit or area that is not contained. You can grill burgers, small steaks, fish, and smaller portions of food. It is made of steel. This product includes one folding barbecue frame with an opened size of 9-1/2″ x 9-1/2″ x 4-1/2″ and folded size of 9 1/2″ x 9 1/2″ x 3/8″. It has four removable legs with a length of 4-3/4″ and one grill top with the dimensions of 9 3/4″ x 10″. The total weight of grill is 0.75 lbs. The max weight capacity on the grill is 6.5 lbs.

Assembly and usage:
1) Unfold the BBQ frame
2) Align holes at each corner
3) Slide each pin through the holes (with the loop at bottom)

SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness of our SE BG107 Portable Folding Barbecue Grill.

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Price: $4.83

  • Compact & lightweight: 0.75 lbs
  • (1) folding barbecue frame – folds completely flat
  • Opened size: 9-1/2″ x 9-1/2″ x 4-1/2″, folded size: 9-1/2″ x 9-1/2″ x 3/8″
  • Quick and easy assembly: includes grill top and (4) removable legs
  • Great for camping, hiking, backpacking, etc

3 thoughts on “SE BG107 Portable Folding Barbecue Grill

  • March 18, 2018 at 6:24 am

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice, flat, worked, great for car camping., July 12, 2017

    By C Babe

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    This review is from: SE BG107 Portable Folding Barbecue Grill (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Discardable… Thats what you want for $6. Well we took it on a car camping trip to Iceland – thinking we would catch some fish. it set up, it cooked, it cleaned, it broke down… A few times. We left it with some travellers who were just arriving as we were leaving along with some extra charcoal and flame squirt. That being said.. where this is BETTER than other throw out grills is its suspended – So you don’t burn everything under it. It folds flat. It did work well for a couple of uses and was dirt cheap. Prolly good for tailgating. Thinking a $6 grill is going to “last”, alas is probably expecting too much from your dollar.

  • March 18, 2018 at 6:37 am

    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worth every penny and truly useful, while being truly portable!, November 1, 2016

    By Amazon Customer

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    This review is from: SE BG107 Portable Folding Barbecue Grill (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I have taken this to the river 2 times, and it’s still ready as if I have not used it yet! I’ve cooked chicken, sausages, tortillas, peppers on it. What a kick butt grill to have when you just feel like taking your small cooler and backpack sown to the river. It’s quite humorous when the people you are meeting look at you with concern when you arrive “with no grill in tow”. At the local San Antonio HEB, for $2.46, I get a “light up” bag of charcoal (that is also conveniently stowed in my back pack) and the grill only uses half of it, but it cooks up REAL fast. When I”m done, I dump the charcoal out, and dispose of when cooled down. I rinse off the grill portion, making sure its cool, and fold everything up. I made a case for it out of a cleaned out charcoal bag, and when all folded up, and flattened, is smaller than the laptop compartment in my back pack! Take the few minutes to clean this little guy up, and you can actually get a bunch of uses out of it. Worth every penny and truly useful, while being portable!

  • March 18, 2018 at 6:50 am

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    An honest review of this grill, March 1, 2018

    By clipper

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    This review is from: SE BG107 Portable Folding Barbecue Grill (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I picked this up due to size when collapsed, as I wanted something small for motorcycle trips and that would also easily fit into one of my backpacks. I own quite a few grills; propane, butane, charcoal, pellet, and a couple of smokers. This is not a general purpose grill… You shouldn’t buy this grill expecting to set it on a plastic lawn table and fire up a rack of lamb, unless you like your lamb with a side order of melted lawn table.

    So, that being said, this grill actually is pretty good for what it is, and better than one of those disposable aluminum foil grills.

    One reviewer stated it had a coating that smelled like lighter fluid. I believe that this is from the legs/assembly pins, even though it is an old school way to do it, it seems they are coated in lamp black.

    The good:
    1) It takes up pretty much no space.
    2) It weighs almost nothing.
    3) It does what it claims to do; ie: if you put charcoal or wood in it, and light it, it cooks food.
    4) It actually works pretty well if you know what you are doing and have used a tiny charcoal grill before.
    5) The entire thing is ferromagnetic, so no aluminum. (not a hippie, but thin aluminum burns and releases some nasty sh!t, thin steel/iron doesn’t)

    The *confused*:
    1) 1 side has a slide, 3 sides have holes. There is no charcoal grate and the firebox is not air tight. so… That is pretty much useless.

    The bad:
    1) You should probably wash it before use. The panels are fine, the grill surface is fine, the pins are a bloody mess… They will turn your hands black in record time… Just soap everything, scrub everything, rinse well, and toss all of it in the oven at 250 for 10 minutes, then pack it in a ziplock bag after it cools down from “holy hell” to “pleasantly warm”. (see usage tips below)
    2) The legs fall out, when they do, the grill collapses. (see usage tips below)
    3) Nothing holds the grill surface to the firebox.
    4) Coals go directly onto a painted surface. I would have preferred stainless steel, or carbon steel with a machine oil or lamp black coat and directions to scrub and season it before use.

    Usage Tips:
    1) If you don’t want to wash it all and prefer to leave it packaged until use… Expect to get dirty. Not sure if the paper packaging is die cut, but there are paper fibers on everything, and the legs are coated in what seems to be lamp black (doesn’t seem to be mill scale). If you choose to wash it all, you can coat the pins in vegetable oil and season them like cast iron.
    2) To keep the legs from falling out, use your thumbs to put a very slight curve into them. Takes a little more work to get them all in, but they actually hold when you flip them grill over.
    3) A reviewer said something about no storage for the pins/legs so you will lose them. That is true and untrue… I have found 3 easy ways to store them after giving them a slight bend.
    a) The top ridge of the enclosure is rolled to the same size as the hinges, just stick them in there.
    b) You can stick 2 in the top ridges, and 1 in each of the long side hinges and use all of them to hold the grill in place during transport.
    c) 3 sides have these little raised/punched areas, I just store mine in there, still folds flat, never lose the legs.

    Would I buy it again? Yeah, probably. I want to wear this one out and get and idea of how long to realistically expect it to last, but so far I am actually pretty impressed with it.

    Photos are one of the pins/legs after bending, and different ways to store the pins/legs.

    I will update this review as I use it, but if you have any questions, feel free to put them in the comments.


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