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Texsport Rotisserie Spit Grill

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Texsport Rotisserie Spit Grill

Entertain friends and family around the campfire with the Texsport Rotisserie Spit Grill. This Texsport Grill can be used to barbecue juicy hamburgers and brats, plus chicken and a variety of other meats. The Texsport Grill is easy to set up and take down without having to use tools. Adjusting the height of the rotisserie and grill can be done by a simple turn of a thumb-screw. The stainless steel rotisserie manually turns and stops in four cooking positions. Keep a pot of beans warm by using one of the included twin steel side arms that can swing over the fire. Made of welded steel.


  • Great for everything from burgers and brats to game hens and chicken
  • Easy to set up and adjust
  • 16-Inch x 24-Inch grill surface
  • Height-adjustable stainless steel rotisserie manually turns and stops in 4 cooking positions
  • Simple thumb-screw adjusts height of grill and rotisserie
  • Twin steel side arms swing in position to keep potted foods warm
  • Tough welded steel construction
  • Easy assembly and take-down without tools

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Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 4.5 of 5 stars
45% (25)
36% (20)
6% (3)
9% (5)
6% (3)
  • Great Buy   »   Most Recent Review “Works great. Perfect for our fire pit. We especially like the two swiveling arms that allow us to hang additional pots over the fire.”
  • Simple, easy to use, and yummy!   »   Most Helpful Reviews “I like grilling to be an authentic outdoor experience. That means saying no to the gleaming stainless steel grills that are the size (and price) of my car.”
  • Camp grill not worth the $   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “When the grill arrived, my husband put it together right away. I am glad he did. It was very unstable. I would be afraid of cooking anything on it.”