Not only is this fully functional rotisserie small enough to be used indoors, it actually folds down to a briefcase sized package that could even be stashed in the overhead bins on a plane. That 'no smoking' sign in the bathroom only pertains to cigarettes, right?
Seven rotating skewers evenly cook meats, vegetables and fruits over an open flame courtesy of a built-in, porcelain covered charcoal tray. And when fully assembled, including legs that raise it to a usable height, you'll have access to 4,000 cubic inches of cooking volume. Not enough for jamming a whole pig on there, but you'll have to make some compromises for portability. The $720 rotisserie is made of lightweight aluminum, making it easy to carry while traveling or commuting, and it operates on either a 12V battery or a standard AC outlet. It's suffice to say our CES toolkit just got one briefcase larger. [Carson Rotisserie via Uncrate]