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May 17, 2013

Handrail Grill

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Wrote Natalia Repolovsky on Shoebox Dwelling:

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"It's that time of year again when urban folks experience seasonal envy toward those who can grill in their backyards. I say, embrace your limitations, fellow-urbanites, and check out this cool item from German designer Henrik Drecker. The Handrail Grill attaches to the handrail of your balcony (or fire escape). It functions like a proper charcoal grill and takes as about  much space as a planter. The grill can also be attached directly to a wall for a more permanent arrangement."

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From the website:

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The Ideal Balcony Grill

Barbecuing on your balcony becomes a real enjoyment with this Handrail Grill.

Times where the usual wood coal grill blocked the passage way and didn't leave any space for tables and chairs have ended.

Now you can enjoy summery barbecuing and get-togethers on your own terrace, instead of at overfilled parks and bathing grassland.

This device combines the function of a grill with the principle of a flower pot: It hangs on the handrail from common flower-pot supports and doesn't need much space.

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Might work well on your boat...but spare me the hi-rise fire starting on the 38th floor.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | May 17, 2013 11:45:01 PM

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