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Paul Jr. Designs Coleman RoadTrip Grill

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  • Powerful, portable, propane grill with authentic open flame and matchless lighting
  • 285 square inch cooking surface area, folds to compact size with handle and wheels
  • Fully adjustable 20, 000 BTU burners, perfect for outdoor cooking even in cold weather
  • Lasts up to 1.10 hours with both burners on high on one 16.4-Ounce propane cylinder
  • Removable mix & match surfaces - grill, griddle or stove limited 5 year warranty, made in China
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Product Description

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Featuring authentic open flame grilling, two powerful and fully adjustable burners, InstaStart match-free electronic ignition, and uncommon cooking versatility thanks to "mix & match" cooking surface options--the Paul Jr. Designs Coleman RoadTrip Grill takes portable grilling to the next level. With 22,000 BTUs of total cooking power and a 285-square-inch cooking surface with interchangeable cooking surfaces, the grill allows you to cook in any style you want to--for a crowd. Running off of a 16.4-ounce disposable propane cylinder and adaptable to a 20-pound propane tank, the grill boasts exceptionally long cooking times, especially given its high power output.

Designed for versatile outdoor cooking, the grill comes complete with two high-quality grill surfaces included and can be used interchangeably with a griddle or a stove top surface (griddle and stove-top surfaces sold separately). Thanks to a removable grease management tray, the grill is easy to clean and equipped with two integrated side tables that slide out when needed for cooking and retract under the unit for travel and storage, as well as cook's tool-holders, the Paul Jr. RoadTrip Grill is practically a full kitchen on the road.

Designed to set up quickly, travel easily, and provide excellent stability for cooking, the Paul Jr. RoadTrip Grill is ultra sturdy in its assembled for cooking position and easy to move when collapsed thanks its scissor-like leg and frame design. The entire grill folds into a compact size that will fit into most cars and is equipped with easy-to-pull handles and wheels. Because the grill is affixed to the stand and the lid features a locking mechanism, the unit is secure and steady while towing it to and from a vehicle. Fully redesigned by Paul Jr. Designs, the grill looks as good as it cooks with a custom black finish, chrome accents, knobs, and tool hooks, and diamond-plate side table inserts. Backed by a 5-year limited warranty from Coleman, the Paul Jr. Designs RoundTrip Grill is a great choice if you're serious about outdoor cooking.

Features:

  • Fully redesigned by Paul Jr. Designs
  • Custom black finish with chrome accents
  • Diamond plate side table inserts
  • Chrome knobs and tool hooks
  • Tool holders and side tables built in for easy use
  • Two grill grates included
  • Folds to compact size with easy to pull handle and wheels
  • 285-square-inch cooking surface area
  • Integrated thermometer
  • Removable "mix & match" surfaces - grill, griddle or stove (each sold separately)
  • Removable grease management tray
  • InstaStart electronic ignition for simple, matchless lighting
  • Consistent cooking performance even in cold weather, high altitudes and when fuel is low
  • 2 fully adjustable burners
  • 11,000 BTU per burner; 22,000 BTU (total) for hotter, faster cooking
  • Operates on 16.4-ounce propane cylinder (sold separately
  • Adaptable to 20-pound propane tank (tank hose and tank sold separately)
  • Run times on one 16.4-ounce propane cylinder: 1.1 hours--both burners on high; 4.5 hours--both burners on low

Specifications:

  • Total Weight (grill on stand): 44 pounds
  • Dimensions: 46 x 18 x 35 (LxWxH)
  • Folded dimensions: 36 x 22 x 13 inches
  • Made in China
  • 5-year warranty

Additional Accessories (sold separately):

  • Extra Grill
  • Griddle Surface
  • Stove Grate
  • Wheeled Carry Case

Product Description

It's even easier to transport, and quicker and easier to set up at a tailgate party, campsite or any other location where fun, food and friends get together. Like the original RoadTrip Grill, the LXE features authentic open flame grilling, two powerful burners that are fully adjustable, electronic ignition and uncommon cooking versatility thanks to mix-and-match cooking surface options. However, a cleverly designed new stand distinguishes the LXE model from its predecessor. The X-shaped chassis is wheeled for easy maneuvering in both the upright and collapsed-for-transport positions. It sets up quickly and provides excellent stability for cooking, thanks to the simplicity of the scissor-like leg and frame design. Two side tables integrated into the unit slide out for grilling and cooking duties, then retract under the unit in a moment's motion for travel and storage. Because the grill is affixed to the stand and the lid features a locking mechanism, the unit is secure and steady while towing it to and from a vehicle using a convenient pull handle. The Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE is designed to be used completely assembled. If table top use is desired - simply hand remove the 4 plastic cap screws and start cooking! The Roadtrip Grill LXE is easy to assemble - Push on wheels and insert plastic handle and it is ready to use! New tool holders and stainless steel carry handles added for convenience. The LXE fits into most auto trunks/SUV's.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 54 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00367PAO0
  • Item model number: 2000005024
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,401 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Overall, I like the looks of the grill.
Fishing Dries
This item was just as it was described- I gave this item as a gift and the recipient loved it!
Me
It sets up quickly, is easy to use, and cleans up pretty easy.
Matt Wehling

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Michael S. Darnell on August 12, 2010
I bought my grill on (Saturday) 7 Aug 10, and I was so proud to get the grill on sale (I thought they were all sold out, because this was a limited production model). I brought it home and assembled the grill the same day. I hooked up the Coleman gas and checked it for leeks. None were found, so while the grill was heating up, I went indoors to get some hot dogs to cook on it. I went back outside the grill and heard a popping sound like popcorn popping. I opened up the grill and the exterior coating was flaking off. I was really disappointed that I could not even cook anything on a brand new grill. I called Coleman Company on Monday morning, and the grates are on back order, so I have no idea when I can use the grill. It was funny the operator never asked me what model I had, and she already knew it was the Paul Jr. Design model. I wanted this product, because it does have better quality parts (pull out side plates, chrome nobs, chrome hooks, better wheels, and a nice temperature gauge). I still think this will be a decent product, and at least I did get good customer service, without any type of a hassle about getting new grades. I've had a good experience in the past with Coleman customer service, so this was another reason why I purchased this grill.

I just got the new grades in from Coleman today (16 Aug 10), and they have a much thicker coating to the grates, almost a powder coating to the cast iron. I will start using the new grill grates this weekend, and update my review.
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Tox on November 9, 2010
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This grill is AWESOME! I can even look past the defective grills that come with it. It folds out and folds up perfectly, better than any other portable grill I've seen. It has more cooking power and cooking surface than any portable grill I've seen, and it actually folds out to regular grilling height without purchasing expensive extra accessories or stands. And it does all this in one piece without other pieces to lose or forget at home.

Perfect for tailgating, car/tent camping, picnics, etc.! And this model specifically is a better look with the black and chrome. Other campers will seriously envy you.

I even use this outside the garage of my apartment, it's that easy to set up and take down.

I'll be adding the full size griddle grate, and grill cover. I've already added the high-pressure adapter hose for use with a regular propane tank. I'd highly suggest this if you'll be using it at home also.

IMPORTANT: As soon as you buy this grill, contact customer support and report the defective grills to get better replacement grills in the mail under warranty. The original grill grates are defective and the enamel will flake off instantly with heat. Even worse if you use the instructions to "condition" the grill like it says to do first.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Tommy on January 29, 2011
I'd read a lot of the reviews and some of the issues with the grill that people had experienced. I went ahead and bought it given all of the concerns. Set up is a snap. As far as the concern over the grill material popping when you're "conditioning" the grill per the instructions.... I did it a little differently than they mentioned. I lit both burners, set on high, closed the top and watched the temp gauge. When it got to 200, I opened the top for a few seconds and let it cool down. Closed the lid and let it heat up to 300 and opened it again. Repeated this at 100 degree increments until it got up to 500 degrees and then shut it off, letting it cool with the top closed. I don't know if I would have had problems otherwise, but it worked perfectly and everything has been fine. The latch issue is a VERY simple $2 fix. I agree that the closing latch is cheesy. They really should have done something different with it. That said, I went to Ace Hdwe, picked up a spring that was about 2 inches long, very fine wire, quarter inch diameter with the hook style ends. Very light pressure....just enough to keep the latch in the closed position. Drill a hole 1/8" or less in the lifting handle, just across from the latch (to the right, at the same level as the latch). Put one end of the spring around the latch and wind it around so it stays on, stretch the other end into the hole that you drilled (just far enough away to keep a very slight amount of pressure on the latch and the spring). It stays in place perfectly and no more worries about the top coming open during transport, etc. It literally took me 5 minutes and now I just pull the latch over every time I open and close the lid. This was so easy that I'm a little surprised that Coleman didn't design it in.Read more ›
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Thomas J. Alizio on November 8, 2010
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The product arrived within a reasonably quick time and the assembly was easy. The one glaring and frustrating design flaw is the flimsy, useless latch for the top for transporting. As soon as I lifted the unit to roll it into storage the top came open and the grates slid out. The latch actually slides open when you lift the unit. I tried to figure a way to have it latch better but to no avail. A bungee cord is now holding it closed, but the latch is a colossal design failure, especially since this is touted as a "portable" grill. This flaw should have been detected and rectified early on in the production of these units. As an engineer, I see the need for a much heftier, "snapping" or locking closure to give this unit a feeling of quality and durability. Actually, it's a "no-brainer," and you don't have to be en engineer to figure this out. Coleman and Paul Jr. dropped the ball on this one.

Sept. 7, 2011 follow-up. We used the grill as a portable and at home this summer and it worked very well. Buy an adapter hose for a large tank for economical home use and you have a very nice product. The bungee cord is still necessary for transport - a minor inconvenience. I hope Coleman has changed the latch design.

Amazon continues to be the first site I go to when looking for something on the Internet.
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