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Lodge Camp 12-Inch Dutch Oven Tote Bag

4.5
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€132,00
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Description

  • Padded bag bottom
  • Heavy duty self healing zipper
  • Polypropylene straps
  • Fits standard and deep Dutch ovens up to 12-inches diameter

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Customer Reviews

Cheap garbage, not worthy of the Lodge name Cheap garbage, not worthy of the Lodge name. I bought the 14" version to fit my 14" deep dutch oven. It is made of super-thin material and has a zipper which didn't even work out of the package. The zipper was chinsy plastic and was missing several teeth. A dutch oven that size is fairly substantial and carries a lot of weight, and this thing is so cheaply made I highly doubt I'll be able to carry it around by the bag's handles. The only reason I'm not sending it back is because the competing big box store doesn't make one that large; they max out at 12". I own two Lodge dutch ovens and other tools, cookware, gloves, etc. and have always been impressed with their quality, but this was a subcontracted piece of junk. 1great quality, great protection I have 2 12" ovens and they needed some protection for a road trip. Bought these thinking they would be okay for the trip and then.......?WOW! great quality, great protection, great cost, great value. Did I mention that I really really like these tote bags? Well, I do. You will too.Heavy duty zippers and heavy duty canvas cloth. The handles are super stitched to the bag for ever I think!Like all of my Lodge products, these are built to last and last. 5A Great Addition I purchased this carry bag when I bought the Lodge 12" dutch oven. I figured having the bag would make the transportation easier and would keep the dutch oven free of dirt and dust in between cooking. The bag is made of heavy cordura style nylon and seems well made. There is room in the bag for the oven and lid. I recommend putting the lid on the bottom with the handle up and setting the legs of the oven on the lid. My only concern would be if you put the bottom of the oven in first the pointed legs would eventually tear through the bottom of the bag. I have hear of other who have placed circular cut wood in the bottom for the bag for the feet to sit on but the lid placed in the bottom seems to work just fine. I recommend this bag in order to help protect your dutch oven investment and make transportation easier. 5Lodge tote bag for Dutch Oven and Cast Skillets Great bag for dutch oven. I have the camp oven (with legs) and put a piece of thin plywood in the bottom. It holds the lid stand and some other items as well. Keeps oven protected when not in use. For those of you that wish they made a carry bag for your skillets--I found the Lodge carry bag for the 14" dutch oven works well for 10 or 12 inch skillets. I have one that I can put the 12 with the 10 nested inside and both lids. It is heavy but works well. All Lodge stuff seems to be good quality and you can find great deals often on Amazon! 5A decent bag, needs some upgrades/fixes This is a decent bag but the handles on mine are uneven so that the DO hangs off-centered. It's not so bad but it is enough to be annoying. I hate sending things back so it's a good thing I have an industrial sewing machine that will allow me to tuck a little bit of one strap to match the length and stick it down. While I'm at it, I will also be sewing a pocket to the inside of the top large enough to hold documentation and recipe books since there is enough space - would have been a "nice to have" from the manufacturer.Another "fix" I will be doing is to add a piece of 1/4" plywood inside the bottom to prevent the DO feet from working holes into the bottom of the bag. I'd rather not have the lid going in first and the DO sitting on top of the lid. 4A must for transport or storage Really worth having, cast iron is surprisingly breakable (doesn't seem like it would be but it is). These cases are padded. Each size case is generously sized for the DO that goes into it, so it's "frustration free packing." Not a hassle. I believe the padding also acts as insulation, though I've never put a hot DO in it. I think a warm one would likely be fine, so that would be perfect for transport. For me, lifting merits comment too. The DO is centered in it so it's a balanced carry-along. The legs don't seem to poke through, making you paranoid that it's going to rip. Well constructed. Not sure if it retards moisture for rust, but I think a DO would be better off in one of these than stored naked. Definitely worth having if you take your iron with you camping or to meets. Last but not least, it makes you feel like you're respecting your cast iron, snuggling it into a good case. And those of us who pamper and season our iron over the course of years... well, iron pieces deserve all the respect we can give them. I like vintage iron personally, but vintage DOs are hard to find, and Lodge makes pretty darned good DOs, considering. Yeah, I think you ought to buy one. It's really not a fru fru purchase. See how good I am a rationalizing spending money? 5BUY ALUMINUM PIZZA PANS FOR PROTECTING BOTTOM OF DUTCH OVEN TOTE BAGS I've read where people use plywood cutouts for tote bag bottoms which is fine if you have plywood handy, but here's why I like the pizza pans you can buy on Amazon from New Star Foodservice:1) Thin, light, durable, and come in 2" diameter incremental sizes (8", 10", 12", 14", 18", 20") and fit perfectly inside your different size DO tote bags) 2) Edges don't splinter like plywood3) Use as a serving platter for your cinnamon roles that you cook in DO (or other campout food)4) Protect your plastic camping tables from 'bowling ball holes' when someone inevitably puts a hot-off-the-coals DO with legs on a plastic table4) Economical, in the $5-7 range for your more common DO sizes, 10"-14"5) Protect your tote bag bottoms from wear holes so you get more value & life out of them6) Simple to order: 12" DO=12" pizza pan, 14" DO=14" pizza pan, etcI thought about going the plywood route and cutting up a bunch of circles for my various DOs, but when I found these pizza pans on Amazon, they were a PERFECT, CONVENIENT, NO HASSLE solution. Whether Lodge or other brand, all tote covers are worth the price in keeping DO's clean after use and for packing in gloves, lid lifter, folding lid stand, etc for EZ transport. 5Great storage when you improvise This tote bag is very handy for storage and transport. Ignore the product picture, and layer from the bottom up with paper or cloth towels, the lid upright, more paper or cloth towels, the three oven feet sitting on the lid, then accessories inside the oven. Handtowels eliminate rubbing between the feet and the lid and eliminate concerns with the three feet poking thru the bottom of the cover over time, We are able to store many accessories, including pan liners, gloves, and a folded lid stand inside the oven before zipping the tote closed. 5Works for the cook it all Fits the new lodge Cook it all. Made it easy to put into the pass through on our 21 foot tear drop camper. We only use this on a camp fire so we didn t want to store it inside the teardrop since it tends to messy even after cleaned from soot on the bottom. The cover makes it easy to shove it into the pass through and pull it out when needed. 5Check the interior sewing around the base of the bags Whenever we go camping, our Lodge dutch oven is certainly on the trip with us. Finding new recipes and fixing interesting camp dinners has always been one of the many highlights during these excursions. Over the years, the original box that the 12 inch oven was stored in has slowly worn away and I don't think duct tape can hold it together anymore. I recently purchased a 10 inch oven as well and decided to look for some travel gear that would accommodate the two. After looking over several options here on Amazon, I decided to stick with a Lodge product and purchased two of these bags, one for the 12 and the other for the 10 inch. My dutch ovens have the campfire legs and I decided to heed the advice of some of the other reviewers and support the bottom of both bags a little more and help prevent the legs from poking a hole through the material. While the bottoms of the bags are padded, a little extra support certainly wouldn't hurt.I began measuring out some plywood in order to create a circular base for the bottom of the bag and that is when I noticed that the bottom of the 12 inch bag was not sewn together very well. I could actually see light peering through the bottom stitching in several places. My trusty old cardboard box was in better shape than this. I can just imagine unpacking this from the back of the truck and having the bottom fall right out on me. Bye bye camping trip and hello hospital. While I was in the garage, I ended up digging through my camping gear and retrieved my sewing kit and spent about an hour stitching up the bottom of the bag. I probably would have never notice the shoddy sewing job if I hadn't been working on building a base to insert into the bottom of the bag. Checking over the 10 inch, that bag appeared to be in better shape but I still threw a couple of extra stitches in places for good measure.The bags do not offer any extra padding around the sides or top of the bag. I also wish that the handles to carry the bag incorporated a velcro strap to hold them together. The zipper seems decent enough but I'm a little worried about the longevity of it as well. Once I got the plywood base in the bottom of the bags, it seemed to offer a more evenly distributed weight system throughout. I cut cardboard strips from the box that the bags were sent in and wrapped them over the oven's edges in three places and put the lid on upside down. This will allow the oven to "breathe" will being stored and I'm able to stack both ovens safely.Storing both ovens in these bags certainly takes up a lot less room when compared to the boxes that they originally came in. I'm disappointed in the bad sewing job around the base of the bags and do recommend that you closely inspect yours upon arrival. Both bags offer plenty of room for their sizes and there is some extra space at the top where one might include an oven mitt if needed. 3
Lodge Camp 12-Inch Dutch Oven Tote Bag

Lodge Camp 12-Inch Dutch Oven Tote Bag

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€132,00
Sale price
€132,00
Regular price
€218,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€86,00)