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ChadVKealey



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PostPosted: Tuesday 12-6-2016 11:09 am    Post subject: CampMaid Chimney Reply with quote

I'm a sucker for KickStarter campaigns and recently got in on this one https://campmaid.com/products/charcoal-chimney-new-product-launch-early-preview

I opted for just the chimney, but someone goofed and sent me the storage bag as well. Seems very well-made and easy to use and, indeed, it fits very nicely in a 12" standard DO. I haven't tried it out yet, but will this weekend. When camping or DO cooking, I'm rarely firing up more than 30-35 briquettes, so this should be plenty big enough and it much more convenient for packing than the compact Weber chimney I usually use. [/code]
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CWallyD
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PostPosted: Tuesday 12-6-2016 8:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My son in law ordered one and I also ordered one they both came with a bag
We bought 2 more from Sportsman's Warehouse and they cam with bags.
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ChadVKealey



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PostPosted: Tuesday 4-25-2017 8:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just wanted to share that I actually got to use the Camp Maid chimney on Easter and it worked great! I filled it about nearly to the top (about 35 briquettes) and used a single Weber starter cube (atop an inverted tuna can) and the coals were glowing in under 10 minutes. There was a slight breeze, which I'm sure helped a bit, but I was very impressed with how well the chimney worked!
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