We’re still keeping our fingers crossed that we will be able to resume dining out and large social gatherings soon enough. In the meantime, the Japanese biggest outdoor brand, LOGOS, has launched a portable charcoal grill, conveniently shaped like a briefcase to take with you, anywhere you go.
At first glance, the compact LOGOS Charcoal BBQ Grill looks like a metal briefcase or a sleek-looking pastel green lunch box. But in reality, the two handles at the bottom of the briefcase can be pulled to form the base, allowing the grill to easily stand upright.
Made of aluminium and stainless steel, the compact LOGOS Charcoal BBQ Grill is built with a construction that makes it easy to assemble and disassemble for washing. If you find this challenging, don’t worry, we gotchu. You can find the instructional video over at LOGOS’ YouTube channel here on how to assemble the parts.
Also known as the Eco Coco Mini Round Stove, the LOGOS Charcoal BBQ Grill’s deep carbon box is able to fit up to two of LOGOS’ Cylindrical Charcoal that is environmentally friendly. This makes it ideal for grilling for all occasions, whether indoor or outdoor.
Just another way to make meals more memorable and interactive, the LOGOS Charcoal BBQ Grill costs ¥3,079 (approx. S$37.93) with an additional cost of ¥1,181 (approx. S$14.56) for shipping over at Amazon Japan.
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