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Re: Demand for a self-leveling portable grill?
Sounds like a grill on a gimbal. I can't fault the idea personally, though I wonder the exact practicality of it in the real world, depending on boats and preference. In my experience, any time the grill would really need such, would be if the wave state was enough that the boat was rocking decently. If I'm under sail, why would I (or anyone else) be grilling outdoors, and if I'm anchored, I'll be into the wind mostly so it only needs to rock fore and aft. But keeping it level, would be good to that point. BUT, if the waves are causing enough motion on the boat to require such corrective measures, how is the rest of the weather? Grilling weather? or too windy to trust it? Wet? Just my ramblings, of course. The idea I do like, don't get me wrong. For me, not sure how often it'd come into play. Though if it wasn't much more in addition to a "normal" grill setup, I couldn't see why I wouldn't go for it for the possible benefits regardless.
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