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Coleman 9941-768 Road Trip Grill LX (Blue)
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- Collapsible propane grill ideal for tailgating at sporting events and picnics
- Pair of fully adjustable 20,000 BTU burners with an aluminum grate and griddle
- Supports mix-and-match cooking surfaces, including grill, griddle, and stove
- Chassis collapses in seconds for transport; detachable side tables
- Runs on disposable 16.4-ounce propane cylinder; 5-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 18 x 36 inches|
|Item Display Weight||51.65 pounds|
|Item Weight||50 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||50.2 pounds|
This Coleman Road Trip Grill folds small for easy storage but opens into a full-sized propane grill with a generous 285 sq. in. cooking surface. Tote it easily to a tailgate party or picnic for delicious flame grilled food on the road or off the beaten path. 20,000 BTUs offer hotter, faster cooking and the removable Mix & Match surfaces let you use it as a grill, griddle or stove. Use it on the stand (included) or on your tabletop. Includes matchless lighting, 2 fully adjustable, independently controlled burners and lid locks for secure transportation. Operates on 16.4-ounce propane cylinder or adaptable to a 20-pound tank (propane cylinder, tank hose, and tank sold separately)
Tired of taking your funky hibachi to the ballpark every time you want to tailgate? Turn to the Coleman Road Trip Grill, an authentic open-flame grill that packs up compactly for easy transport and storage. The Road Trip Grill offers two powerful, fully adjustable 20,000 BTU burners, along with support for several mix-and-match cooking surfaces, including a drip-through grill, a pancake griddle, and a stove for heating water (the latter two are separately). In addition, the burners are powerful enough for both cold-weather and high-altitude cooking, so you can use the Road Trip Grill in destinations like Green Bay, Denver, and Buffalo, N.Y. Perhaps the coolest feature, however, is the collapsible frame, which holds the grill at a standard cooking level in its open position, but folds up in seconds when it's time to go. There's no easier way to enjoy the versatility of a full-size upright grill and the convenience of a portable unit.
The grill offers a collapsible frame for easy transport.
The Coleman Company has been creating and innovating products for recreational outdoor use since W.C. Coleman started selling gasoline-powered lanterns in 1900. Inventor of the hugely popular fold-up camp stove, Coleman developed a plastic liner for his galvanized steel coolers in 1957--the birth of the modern cooler--and the company has been improving their utility and design ever since. The array of products that bear the Coleman name now includes just about everything you might need to work or play outdoors, from tents and sleeping bags to boats, backpacks, and furniture.
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Since I generally do the cooking while we're camping, I started looking at portable grills to take with us instead of the camper's grill. After seeing the red Road Trip at a store, I did some research and decided the blue Road Trip would be perfect for us. My wife resisted at first, but finally relented after becoming frustrated with the (lack of) performance of the grill supplied with our camper.
We purchased the blue Road Trip, as well as an extra griddle, grill, and adapter hose for a 20 lb gas tank. We used the grill this weekend for cooking burgers, hot dogs, omelets, bacon, and scrambled eggs, and for heating various buns and rolls. Overall, we are very pleased with this grill. Set up is a snap, it is reasonably stable even on uneven ground, it heats up very quickly and produces lots of even heat. I know some of the reviewers said that you cannot cook with the cover closed, but I had no problems doing just that for the short periods of time it took to cook the foods we did. I also found the water pan to be extremely useful, both in eliminating flare ups and in making clean up easier. I didn't find that it made clean up difficult or awkward at all, as some others have. I just carefully poured the water into a 5 gallon bucket until I could dump it later. And using plastic utensils instead of metal should protect the finish of the cooking surfaces.
The only quibbles I have with the grill are very minor. The adjustable pads on the bottoms of the legs don't have 'stops' on them, so they easily unscrew all the way off the legs. And the slots around the perimeter of the griddle allowed the eggs to run off and into the water pan if I wasn't quick enough to prevent it. I think in the future we will probably add the stove grate to our other accessories so we can use a frying pan.
I rate this grill 4.5 stars instead of 5 only because I don't believe any man-made creation could ever be perfect! :)
I realize this is my fault for using the grill for such an extended period of time, but at the same time I feel there there should be a grease collection tray somewhere away from the flame like in most stationary grills.
Also for camping it worked well but again the grease trap had to be cleaned out after ever meal. Luckily it was "tailgate" camping and there were sink near by that made the cleaning easy.
I will say it's a great grill. The bottom folds up easy and it's big enough to support plenty of simultaneous burgers. Clean up, especially if you have a dishwasher available, is a breeze.
The only draw back is the lack of a grease trap.