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THE GEAR I USE

Over the years I have broken, tested, upgraded, and borrowed a lot of gear and in the process. I have also worked with a lot of great companies in R&D developing their gear further, making it tougher and more practical. This is not the full list of my gear, this is just the main gear that I swear by. It will grow over time.

 

Full disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links which means I get a few bucks from each one sold, others are just links to the cheapest place I know of. In either case, there are no links or products here that I wouldn't recommend to a family member if they were looking to get something.

Southern Metal Spinners 10" Camp Oven

I have been using this camp oven for a few years and since getting it I have given away all of my cast iron gear. It's 75% lighter than cast, performs just as well as it, and will only dent, not crack, if you drop it. The same company has been making them in Australia for 70 years and has a great reputation. 

I got mine HERE

OzBraai Camp Braai

I'll be honest, I didn't think this would be half as good as it turned out to be, but now I don't go on trips without it. I have always been a huge fan of the grill baskets, but I have never had one with a proper frame with height adjustment and (my favourite bit) the ability to have food sitting vertically next to a big open fire. It's also all stainless and comes in a nice canvas bag.

I got mine HERE

Red Roads Fire Pit Blaze-n-BBQ Grill Combo (large)

 I have used other (far more expensive) brands of fire pit and I genuinely far prefer this kit. It has the highest quality grill system, the grill can be removed and used free-standing over an open fire, the best bag on the market, has handles, copes with heat really well, has a clip-in base which makes it really rigid (no issues with kids or dogs knocking it over) and doesn't have a spot of rust after years of use. Most importantly, it can easily be used under an awning and it the nicest way to cook over a fire I have experienced - it's a great height and size.

I got mine HERE

Red Roads Tripod

I have always been a fan of camping tripods and this one is the nicest I have found on the market. It's well priced, very simple to use, well made, comes in a great bag and has an option to hang a nice grill off it. They also just look great in a campsite, I can't really explain why though.

I got mine HERE

Hillbilly square pan with bag

Another lightweight compact replacement for the old cast iron skillet. This is made from blue steel which is very similar to spun steel. It's a lot lighter than cast iron and I find the square shape makes it far more space efficient than a round one when fitting it in my drawers.

I got mine HERE 

Hillbilly folding handle wok

I used a cheap wok for years and I have to say it took a lot for me to stop using it, but the folding handle and bag with this wok sold me. It takes up a fraction of the space in my drawers and can be used for such a wide range of dishes, from stir fries to beer can chicken.

I got mine HERE