Extremely portable, the Huapi 50 Collapsible Fire Pit Grill easily moves from your backyard to the tailgate or campsite. With its included two half-grill grates, you can sear, sizzle and slow cook over real fire while the family gathers around glowing fire.
The Huapi 50 is fabricated from durable 1/8” powder-coated steel to withstand high heat and repel corrosion. The collapsible fire pit/grill is easily assembled without the need for hardware or tools, and can be stored flat when not in use. Shipped with two half grill grates, the Huapi quickly transitions from firepit to grill. Each grill grate includes a grooved channel that fits snuggly on top of the pit to keep the grates in place while allowing them to slide back and forth across the pit.
Add an optional iron asado cross to turn the Huapi 50 into a traditional Argentine-style pit for grilling large cuts low-and-slow, or an optional plancha for flat top grilling.
Huapi 50: Measures 19 inches wide by 15.7 inches deep and weighs 59.5 pounds with 298 square inches of total grilling surface
Huapi 50: Includes 2 half grill grates, shovel, poker and cover
Looking for a similar grill but a bit more grilling surface? Check out our Huapi 70
SIMPLE ASSEMBLY: Requiring no hardware to assemble, the Huapi features laser cut tabs that simply slide together to assemble the fire pit/grill.
COLLAPSIBLE FIRE PIT: The Huapi can be easily disassembled for flat storage or transport.
VENTILATED FIRE PIT: With laser-cut ventilation throughout the body of the Huapi, airflow to the fire remains consistent when in use.
VERSATILE HALF GRILL GRATES: The split half grates combine to provide an additional grilling surface, and grooves on the underside of the grates keep it in place while allowing it to slide across the pit.
OPTIONAL ADJUSTABLE ASADO IRON CROSS: The optional traditional iron asado cross features a mount that easily adjusts to three different cooking angles.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES: Get the most out of your new Huapi 50 with the optional Huapi asado iron cross and Huapi plancha