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Coleman Sportster Propane Grill
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- Insta start Ignition for push-button, matchless lighting
- 11, 000 total BTUs of cooking power
- Spacious 225 sq. In. Cooking area
- Lift and lock system for easy and secure setup
- Collapsible stand with wheels folds for compact storage and easy transport
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|Color||Red and Grey|
|Item Dimensions||19.38 x 12.88 x 28 inches|
|Item Display Weight||26.6 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||25.75 pounds|
Get your grilling game on with the Coleman Sportster Propane Grill. The collapsible, wheeled stand makes this grill easy to take wherever you need it. Once you're at your location, the lift and lock system makes it easy to securely set up. Hit the Instastart push-button ignition and get ready to cook with 11,000 total BTUs of grilling power. The 225-sq.-in. porcelain-coated stamped steel grate is large enough to cook up a family-sized meal. After dinner is done, cleaning is easy. A removable tray collects the grease while you're cooking, and the porcelain-coated grate is easy to remove to wipe it down. Then just latch the lid, collapse the legs, and you can be on your way to your next adventure.
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I put it together in about 20 minutes....by myself and I'm a 65 yr old gal. So if I can do it anyone can.
I'd keep the box handy for reference because it was easier to assemble it looking at the box than reading the manual.........especially which way to attach the wheels. The wheels have 2 completely different sides and the illustration in the manual doesn't make it clear which side faces inward and which outward. You need a wrench or pliers for the wheels, but the rest is hand tightening. Spacers were slipped over 2 of the bolts and mine came with the latch already assembled onto one of the legs.
Don't make the mistake that I did and order the COLEMAN "RoadTrip" Grill Carry Case on Wheels. It doesn't fit this grill. Amazon has this grill shown under another name..... specifically The Coleman RoadTrip Sport Propane. They are IDENTICAL. But the RoadTrip Grill Carry Case is too small for this unit.
*****************UPDATE MARCH 8, 2016*********************************
Weather finally broke here in Michigan so I was able to grill 3 Bone in 1 1/4" Ribeye steaks on 3 different days.
I Remove Steaks from fridge 30 minutes before grilling to let it come to room temp. I apply softened butter and seasonings. I Pre-heat the grill on HIGH for 15 minutes. I Sear each side of the steak for 1 minute on HIGH with cover closed, (repositioned the steak at 30 seconds to get that crisscross pattern). With the cover closed, I turn it down to MEDIUM and continue to grill for 3 minutes, then flip to other side and grill for 2min 30 seconds with cover closed. I got a perfectly cooked MEDIUM RARE Ribeye. I've grilled 3 steaks on 1 cylinder so far. See photos of how the steaks came out
***************** UPDATE APRIL 23,2016*************************************
PROPANE TANK............... I just emptied my first tank after using it 7 times on Steaks and 1 time on a Salmon Filet. See above for how long I grill steaks for and the salmon filet took approx. 7min 30 seconds. I weighed a FULL tank at 1 pound 15 oz. The EMPTY take was exactly 14oz. I used my kitchen scale. DO NOT GO BY THE WEIGHT PRINTED ON THE TANK. I suggest you measure your first tank and then measure from time to time until you get close to the 14oz mark where mine ran dry.
(6/28/2016) Have not used the grill yet, so this is not a review of performance. The grill seems well built and a bit larger than I expected. Instructions aren't great, but I didn't have much problem assembling it.
Since I need to store this in an RV and, though compact, it's a little awkward when collapsed, I wanted to be able to detach the grill from the legs easily. I replaced the connecting bolts with 1/4" U-shaped spring bolts (see pictures). They worked perfectly to allow easy separation of the grill from the legs. Just have a good hold of the grill when you pull the bolts because things collapse pretty quickly.