MiniMax EGG

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

The all new MiniMax Big Green Egg is proof that great things come in small packages – and this EGG is the first to arrive with its own transportation in the form of a sturdy, easy to grip Carrier!

While MiniMax is perfect for camping, poolside and tailgating at the ballgame, it is just at home at award-winning restaurants around the world where top chefs love exploring the EGG’s versatility and discovering the amazing flavors produced in such a compact and high performance package. MiniMax is built to perform and is ready to travel to wherever your culinary interests take you!

Opening the MiniMax dome reveals a stainless steel cooking grid measuring 13 inches/33 cm in diameter for a whopping 133 square inches/855 cm2 of cooking area … all within a convenient 19.5 inch/50 cm height! And, of course, MiniMax is constructed from the same ultra high-quality ceramics as the other six EGG sizes, and comes with the same best-in-class limited lifetime warranty.

The MiniMax Big Green Egg arrives in one complete package – including a sturdy, easy to grip Carrier.

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MiniMax EGG – 116598

Additional information

Grid Diameter

13 in, 33 cm

Cooking Area

133 sq in, 855 sq cm


90 lbs, 40 kgs


19.5 in, 40 kgs

2 reviews for MiniMax EGG

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pete Benac (Celtic Wolf)

    I have owned my Mini-Max for two years now. Maxie goes camping with me wherever I go. It is the perfect size to cook some wonderful food without camping. I have yet to use the stove in my travel trailer and with Maxie there I never will. If you have a travel trailer, 5th-wheel or Motorhome do yourself a favor and get a Mini-Max. Your camping neighbors will hate you 😀

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    Max Contax

    The MiniMax is pretty good for two people and really shines when cold weather cooking. The limits are doing a multi-dish meal, like veggies and meat and maybe baked potatoes all at once because it’s a small cooking surface. the other limit is the charcoal feed, you better put in lots because you have to take the food and grill off–Hot!–to recharge the charcoal if you guess wrong. The vents allow you to regulate the heat quite well if you do put in lots of briquettes. It is a bit small for elaborate BBQ like smoking, slow roasting etc but can be done.

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