Altoids Sours BBQ Grill

by Ally

If you need a grill that’s Barbie or action figure sized then this DIY project is one to try your hand at.  You can convert one of your Altoid tins into a fully functioning BBQ grill.  Sure, it doesn’t have a whole lot of practicality to it, but it’d be a great conversation piece.  Besides, it’s hard to beat being able to make miniature hamburgers on a tiny grill.

There is a full Instructables tutorial on how to get this job done.  Right now all of the Altoid grills use charcoal to heat and apparently they heat up quite a bit.  As a safety precaution it’s best to keep a large glass of water handy.  The grill shown here is made using an Altoids Sours tin instead of the classic rectangle tin.  This can even heat up a full size hot dog once it’s cut down to size.  It’d be great to show off to friends when you have a weekend BBQ.  Check out the full tutorial here.

Source: Techeblog

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How to turn an Altoids Sours tin into a tiny, functioning BBQ | The UberReview Says: September 12, 2010 at 7:40 pm

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Casino Knight Says: September 13, 2010 at 7:16 pm

Would have been great for heating up some C-Rats.
A pinch of C4 and you’d have some good eats.

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