Outback Grills Launches New Product: The Explorer 300
Thursday, August 26th, 2021
Outback Grills announces the launch of the Explorer 300 Fire Pit/Grill, a sturdy and portable grill for campers, RVers and outdoor enthusiasts to use while enjoying Mother Nature.
The Explorer 300, with 300-square inches of cooking surface, telescoping legs and other adjustable features, is perfect for the next generation of campers, RVers and boondockers who want a sturdy grill that’s easy to fold up and store when back on the road. The adjustable cooking surface allows outdoor chefs to control both the heat and height of the grill.
People exploring the great outdoors often come across low-to-the-ground firepits or rusty grills, or no cooking area at all when off the grid. This product solves all those problems with its telescoping legs, adjustable height grill and portability. No need to crouch or clean a rusty grill.
“The thing I like most about camping is the ‘after’ – when the day is done and it’s time to relax around the fire,” said Steve McGuinness, CEO of Outback Grills, based in metro Atlanta. “The Explorer 300 appeals to anyone seeking the simple pleasures of life, loves the great taste of grilled foods and enjoys that campfire camaraderie with friends and family.”
Made of high-carbon steel, the Explorer 300 has a patented design and a 5-year warranty. The sturdy product is easy to assemble, clean, pack, transport and store back in the camper, RV or car. The Explorer 300 burns any kind of fuel, from charcoal briquettes or lump charcoal to hardwood logs.
McGuinness says he’s always enjoyed going “full throttle” in the great outdoors, whether it’s climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro or competing in 140.6-mile IRONMAN triathlons. The North Georgia entrepreneur believes it’s even more important to know how to slow down, and sharing food and fellowship around the campfire is a favorite pastime.
This is how his new company, Outback Grills, was born, infused with the shared American value of enjoying quality time outdoors.
The Explorer 300 – By the Numbers
300 square inches of direct, open-fire cooking surface
21-inch sitting height
35-inch standing height
Design patented in the USA