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Style Name: With Stand | Color: Stainless Steel
Offering big grilling performance in a portable package, the Cuisinart CGG-180 Petit Gourmet portable gas grill is an ideal choice for families who like to grill on the go. The Petit Gourmet grill--which comes with a telescoping VersaStand--offers a 145-square-inch grilling area, enough space to accommodate from four to six people at a time. At the same time, the grill saves space by eliminating extra grilling spots and burners that waste propane and rarely get used. With the Petit Gourmet grill, you can grill up a small feast everywhere you go. The grill is also perfect for small patios, unlike large gas grills that take up half the patio by themselves.
The Petit Gourmet doesn't compromise when it comes to keeping you well fed. Despite the compact size, the grilling surface is large enough to grill eight burgers, eight steaks, six to 10 chicken breasts, or up to 4 pounds of fish. The grill's superior heating performance stems from the powerful 5,500 BTU stainless-steel burner and porcelain-enameled grill grate, which combine to heat the grill quickly and evenly to more than 500 degrees F. Whether you're grilling at a tailgate, on a camping trip with the family, or at the beach after a fun-filled day in the waves, the Petit Gourmet grill will easily feed you and your crowd.
Built for convenience and portability, the Petit Gourmet includes the thoughtfully designed VersaStand, an easy-to-use, easy-to-set-up grill stand that keeps the grill at a comfortable cooking height. The VersaStand sets up and packs away in seconds, giving you more time to enjoy the event and less time worrying about the hassles of putting your barbecue together. In fact, the grill and stand are so convenient to transport, carry, and set up, you won't think twice about tossing it in the trunk of your car.
The VersaStand comes integrated into the base of the grill, with a set of telescoping poles that smoothly collapse for easy storage. Simply push the button on each VersaStand leg to release the telescoping legs, and then lift up the grill box. Once the two legs drop into position, you'll have a sturdy grill that stands at an ideal grilling height. No more breaking your back bending over a grill that sits mere inches off the ground. And when you're finished grilling, the stand collapses as easily as it sets up, making it easy to pack up your stuff. The grill also includes a secure front lid lock, which keeps the lid safely closed when you're on the move, and a pronounced carrying handle that lets you tote the 17-pound grill just like a briefcase.
Its good grill. kind of a pain to get the legs to go in and out.Published 1 day ago by Tyler Tolonen
Love this little grill !!. Perfect for two people. Extremely portable and very easy to clean. Have used it to bbq everything from chicken to steak, salmon, grilled veggies. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ellen Simmons
Great for camping. It's simple to use and easy to clean. I've used it to cook chicken and to cook steaks. It worked well on both.Published 10 days ago by Robert W Hill
I am not sure if we have faulty tanks or a faulty grill but so far it burns very very low and takes for-ever!!! To cook with!!Published 11 days ago by JUSTIN S.
Pros: Solid feeling flame control, connected to regulator in back. Stable feel when legs are deployed. Even cooking. Protected regulator piece in back is nice. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Robert Doetsch
Terrible grill. There is no drip guard between the flame and the grill. Anything you put on the grill causes a flame up and chars the food.Published 16 days ago by jmowrey
for my wife and me this is a perfect grill for camping, it fit in my trailer's side compartment and cooked two great meals at a even temp.Published 18 days ago by robert brazil
Very disappointed in this grill. Didn't produce enough heat to cook 4 hamburger patties. That was even when hooked to a 20 lb propane bottle for 15 minutes. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Darryl