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O-Grill Portable Gas Barbecue Grill Model 700 Oran

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Product Description

O-Grill Portable Gas Barbecue Grill O-Grill is the first truly portable grill at a weight of 24 lbs or less with features that rival larger, heavier, and more costly models. The O-Grill's large grilling surface, stainless steel burner, and colorful clam shell design with retractable legs set it worlds apart from other portable grills. Features: Compact design for easy storage Ergonomic handle for one hand portability Large, efficient cooking grid Porcelain-Enameled Cast Iron Cooking Grid Auto ignition, circular stainless steel burner for even cooking Easy to clean - removable grease tray Sets up in seconds Heavy duty steel construction Uses standard 14.1 oz propane cylinder; burns 4 hours 1 Year warranty Item Specifications: BTUs: Model 700: 10,500 BTU Model 500: 9000 BTUs Dimensions: Model 700: 20.5 W x 23 D x 8.5 H Model 500: 21.5 W x 23.5 D x 11 H Cooking Space: Model 700: 225 square inches Model 500: 165 square inches

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 29 pounds
  • ASIN: B005HONC2W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,366 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Nicholson on May 18, 2013
O-Grill 3000 BBQ grill by Iroda that sell for $189 and is available at various retailers.

Some tech facts on the O-Grill 3000...

1.) weighs in at a hefty 24 lb.
2.) provides 9450 BTUs of heat and has 225 sq inches of cooking surface on a professional looking porcelain-enameled cast-iron grill.
3.) dimensions... diameter about 22-23 inches with height of 8.5 inches with legs retracted (about 12 inches with legs extended)
4.) has a handy snap-shut carrying handle
5.) usable as is with the 1 lb propane tank and also with a 20 lb propane tank by using a special adapter (not included).
6.) easy to reach and remove grease catcher

Some thoughts on the "O-Grill 3000"...

Having used this unit several times over the past couple weeks I can say I'm very pleased with it's overall design and function...

1.) it is small but its 24 pounds gives it a solid and sturdy feel.

2.) the propane port is in an easily accessible location, as is the spark generator. Being able to use the standard 20 lb propane tank is a obvious advantage if your going to use this BBQ consistently on your patio.

3.) the handle and retractable legs makes this unit readily portable and its compact size and propane tank options allows for easy transportation from home to beach/cottage etc.

4.) I was really impressed with the cooking surface... the grill surface heated up quickly and was hot enough to leave a nice deep sear mark on whatever your cooking. Also the surface seemed to heat up uniformly with none of the 'cool' spots that tend to allow uneven cooking temperatures.

5.) because the grilling surface and grease catcher are easily removable it makes clean-up easier than most of the larger standard shaped BBQs.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. Duguay on July 18, 2013
We have had this grill for over a year and we love it. We've taken it many places as well as cook at home.No problem with any kind of meats. It has plenty of room to cook for hambs and hot dogs for 6 people. We Toke it to the amusement park yesterday instead of sandwiches. It was so easy and quick.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Kan on June 13, 2012
Been using the O Grill for about a year. The small propane canisters last about 10 (20-30 min short grill sessions). I bought the hose for larger propane tank attachment, but never needed it. The ignition sparker lasted about 6 months of weekly use before failing is not an easy battery replacement fix, just decided to buy a cheap Bic wand lighter for $1 is fine.

Great for a few hot dogs, clams or oysters, and hamburgers, terrible for steaks, ribs, or slow even flame cooking. Has some very uneven cooking hot and cooler spots that requires frequent attention and food movement. would have preferred a design of 2 mini burners rather than 1 large one, but that would cost more money and redesign.

I always unscrew the mini propane tank after use, notice about the 5-6 time was hard to screw back in, some threads got stripped on the propane tank (who cares it's disposable after about 10 uses). so make sure when you screw

Really need a small table or chair, squatting down on the floor to grill is very uncomfortable and the dog gets too close to the food.

Hard to clean grate, make sure you use veggie oil with tongs and paper towel to rub grate before cooking or food debris starts caking up pretty thick, black, sticky, on the grate.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Kissler on May 11, 2014
I used this grill for about a year off and on on my back patio.

For us:
Pros: it's attractive, fits its custom table (extra), has a large cooking surface (if you need that.) Cost effective.

Cons: the ignite switch stopped working but BBQ's Galore exchanged it (that store no longer carries this BBQ- wonder why?,) the cooking surface was actually TOO big for us (we are just 2 people) wasting gas, heavy: I took it camping and it was way too heavy to carry up and down hills/steps so I rigged wheels- still inadequate though.
After about 20 uses, a fire started just to the rear of the grill area, at the hinge. I think there'd been an accumulation of grease there, and was in an area I didn't think to clean. The fire didn't start from the grease catch pan. I thought once the grease in the hinge area burned off, the fire would extinguish itself. That didn't happen. The electronics/wires are housed close by and they caught fire. Soon there was a conflagration and the table underneath was literally melting in great burning globs, dripping onto the deck. By then, we were dousing it with water of course (didn't want to use the fire extinguisher because they make such a mess afterward.) So if you buy one, I'd pay extra attention to cleaning it thoroughly. Needless to say, had to trash everything.
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