Urban living can be nice, but it usually means missing out on small pleasures like weekend barbecues. If you've got a balcony and the next-window neighbors won't mind the smoke, the BBQ Bruce Handrail Grill should make for a suitable outdoor cooker.
Designed by Henrick Decker, it's a small rectangular grill that hangs onto the handrails of a balcony. Yep, much like those small hanging flowerpots for small urban spaces. Instead of holding soil and plants, though, it comes with functional grilling equipment, so you can get your grill on during lazy Sunday afternoons.
The BBQ Bruce Handrail Grill measures a compact 16 x 58.5 x 18.5 cm (h x w x d), so they should find room even in the tiniest balconies and terraces. Granted, there's no way you can make a meal for a large party on this thing (just call the local grill and ask for a delivery in those situations), but you should be able to fit about half a dozen hotdogs, a couple of burgers or two small steaks on there at a time. And when you move to a bigger house, you can just repurpose it into a flower pot, so no waste.
Aside from mounting to a handrail, it can also be screwed onto a wall, so you can put it, pretty much, anywhere in your tiny outdoor space. Sure sounds way better than that bucket grill you were using last year.
Want one? The BBQ Bruce Handrail Grill is available now, priced at €59.