Ozpig Cooker Heater Series 2
Features & how to set up
Details & Specs
The Ozpig Cooker Heater Series 2 is your best mate on the deck at home or in the great outdoors. You can stoke up the fire and enjoy a chop or a snag, but you can get a bit fancier and bake scones, cook up a stir fry, or just warm your feet and dry your gear out after a long day out in the fresh air.
It’s made completely of steel with zinc legs and is very compact and portable so you can drag it anywhere. The clever folk at Ozpig have added some bits and pieces so you get extra bang for your buck. Included are a couple of bbq plates, chimney, spark arrestor, multipurpose poker/plate lifter tool and a mesh floor fire grate so that you can get the most out of your pig.
They even supply an instruction manual in case you get stuck - bonus! Sit back and relax on your next adventure with the Ozpig Series 2 Portable Wood Fired BBQ Stove and Heater at your service.
We have astroturf and tiles at home, what would you recommend putting under it to protect the ground
Natalie - Sydney, NSW (10 months ago)
We'd recommend popping into your local hardware store and grabbing some heat resistant BBQ tiles. Most places sell them in a few different sizes, and they're designed to be placed under the unit to stop heat transfer to the surface below, like your astroturf etc.
Leece - Snowys(10 months ago)
What is the difference of this one and Ozpig Traveller?1 answer
What is the difference of this one and Ozpig Traveller?
Chris - Port Melbourne, VIC(11 months ago)
As the name suggests, the Traveller is smaller & more compact - designed for touring or where you need a smaller, easier packed-up version of the Ozpig. Because it is a smaller & more compact option, there is a smaller range of compatible accessories. Hope that helps
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Heating Ability1 answer
I currently use a Hexatarp and and Iron Grill Table Setup, I was wondering how far the heat would project from the Ozpig. Was planning on using it as a heater primarily under the Hexa tarp, so would need a few metres to be workable for me. Is this realistic in expectation, (assuming relatively light winds)
Benjamin - St Andrews, NSW (1 year ago)
Its not something we can comment on with any certainty without trying out ourselves. I have seen people using their Ozpig under gazebo's and marquees, so I cant see any reason why it wouldnt work with abit of common sense - I'm thinking the with an offset chimney & potentially using just the single piece legs instead of the 2 pieced legs, so the pig is abit lower to the ground, you could be ok. Sorry to not be of more help!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Weight and thickness1 answer
Is the Ozpig series 2 made thinner and lighter than series 1?
James - Blanche Harbor, SA (1 year ago)
No, as far as we are aware the only difference between the series 1 and 2 Ozpig is some minor functional design changes, ans well as the range of compatible accessories. OzPig do have a Traveller version which is an overall and lighter and smaller option, if that's what you are after.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Australian made?1 answer
I know the company is Aust owned but are the pigs made in Australia? Thanks
Mark - Peachester, QLD(2 years ago)
No they arent, but you can hear more about this and their manufacturing process at around the 19:48 mark in our podcast with Anthony from Ozpig!
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
Does the hillbilly camp ovens work with the ozpig 1 answer
Hi do both size hillbilly ovens work with the ozpig camp oven opening.
Troy - Torquay(3 years ago)
Sorry for the delayed response, I don't currently have an Ozpig on display to trial this out for you, but I don't think either size will pose any problems. You might find that the Ozpig camp oven will sit over the unit with a little more specificity, however, the Hillbilly camp ovens in both sizes should also fit.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Would the Ozpig get rust from being left outside overnight?1 answer
When you're camping you would leave it out most nights when you've been using it, so would it get rust after a while?
Jim - Melbourne(4 years ago)
We wouldn't advise leaving your Ozpig outside uncovered for too long. Rust is hard to avoid after regular use but storing your Ozpig out of the elements will minimise rust forming so I would try to keep the Ozpig covered when not in use. Have a read through the FAQ page on Ozpig's website as they offer some good tips for caring for your Ozpig.
Gen - Snowys(4 years ago)
Could you have this in a shed with flu penetrating through the roof? Is the unit well sealed of smoke leakage?1 answer
Loughie - 3437(5 years ago)
Thanks for your question! The OzPig is not a sealed unit, and is 100% for outdoor use only.
Lauren - Snowys(5 years ago)
Ozpig Ultimate Kit1 answer
Just wondering if you will be stocking the Ozpig Ultimate Kit or do I just have to purchase everything separately?
Jonny - Newcastle (5 years ago)
As far as we are aware the Ultimate Kit is an option that is only available directly through Ozpig. We sell all of the accessories individually so the best option is to just choose the accessories you're after.
Leece - Snowys(5 years ago)
Hi there, just wondering about the in use dimensions..1 answer
Are the dimensions of the burner itself? or is the height inclusive of the legs and flue? Thanks
Sam - Hobart, Lutana(6 years ago)
I've just cracked out the tape measure with the display model and the burner itself is approx 37cm high and 30cm wide.
Emily - Snowys(6 years ago)
Rotisserie 1 answer
What weight of meat does the rotisserie hold
Lydia - Cooma (7 years ago)
I've just spoken with the team at OzPig and they've informed me that the rotisserie can hold between 2.5kg to 3kg of meat, vegetables or whatever else you would like to roast.
Ben - Snowys(7 years ago)
What is the Warranty Please?2 answers
What is the Warranty Please?
Dave - Adelaide(7 years ago)
Gâ€™day Dave, the packaging doesn't state the warranty and I couldnâ€™t get in touch with an Ozpig rep to get a solid answer for you - but the Ozpig cooker/heater should be covered by a 12 month warranty. Itâ€™s a solid product which is made from cast iron so there shouldnâ€™t be any issue, but in the event that there is a problem â€“ just get in touch with us and we will sort everything out for you.
Emily - Snowys(7 years ago)
Hi there Dave, Ozpig have kindly got back to me and they've told me that this product has a 3 year manufacturing warranty.
Emily - Snowys(7 years ago)
Can you use the Ozpig as a heater in a tent?
Alison - 5453(7 years ago)
We don't recommend any heaters are used in tents at all Alison, this is for safety reasons. An Ozpig would fill your tent with smoke before burning it down I reckon, steer clear of this idea. You can read more about the use of heaters on our blog - http://www.snowys.com.au/blog/can-you-use-a-gas-heater-in-a-tent/