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Cuisinart CGG-180T Petit Gourmet Portable Tabletop Gas Grill, Red
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- Portable gas grill with 145-square-inch grilling area and foldaway legs
- Cooks 8 burgers, 8 steaks, 6 to 10 chicken breasts, or 4 pounds of fish
- Powerful 5,500 BTU stainless-steel burner and even-heating porcelain-enameled grate
- Aluminum legs and stabilizing feet set up in seconds; integrated lid lock keeps lid secure
- Pronounced briefcase-style carrying handle; weighs 13.5 pounds
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A compact portable grill that's large enough to cook a family meal.
Cooks evenly like a larger grill.
Unlike other small grills, the Cuisinart Stainless Steel Petite Tabletop Grill is solid and durable. It's small in size but cooks as well as a full-size grill. It's fueled by propane and features a twist start ignition for easy lighting.
Perfect for smaller spaces.
The Cuisinart Stainless Steel Petite Tabletop Grill is great for small decks and patios, or anywhere space is limited. The compact size keeps the heat near the cooking surface, making it more energy efficient than large grills.
Take it anywhere.
The perfect grill for the beach, tailgating, hiking, fishing, or camping. The compact size fits neatly into small spaces so it can travel anywhere. Perfect for RVs and boats. It's easy to clean and features a removable grate that's dishwasher safe.
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Awarded the top ranked 'Editors' Choice Best Grill' by Outdoor Gear Lab.
"We found the Petit Gourmet to be the most easily portable product of all of the products we tested. It won our Editors' Choice award for being light and easy to carry with one hand and because it did a fantastic job at grilling nice and evenly as well. We also loved that nothing gets stuck on the awesome nonstick grate that was also very easy to clean." Valentine Cullen, Marketing Manager.
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Get great grilled flavor every day from this compact, high-performance grill. It's small format can be put almost anywhere for ultimate convenience. And although the grill is compact, its ample cooking grate is large enough to cook most family meals - 8 steaks, 8 hamburgers, 6 - 10 chicken breasts, or over 4-Pound of fish. The grill heats up very quickly, and uses far less gas than a full-sized grill. Best of all, with its great portability features this grill can cook your meals wherever you go - the beach, the game, the campsite - anywhere. Folding legs, grill lid latch, generous carry handle, and the spill resistant drip tray all enhance portability. Innovative culinary tools are the Cuisinart signature. The prestigious Cuisinart brand is not limited to their famous food processors - plugged or unplugged, nobody covers the modern chef like Cuisinart. Cuisinart is a full-service culinary resource with a wide array of products, preferred by chefs and favored by consumers. And now you can take the world famous Cuisinart brand to your patio, lawn, tailgate, or campsite with their comprehensive line of Cuisinart outdoor grilling products available now on Amazon.
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I went back to file my review, and looked more closely at the five star reviews of this product. NOT ONE OF THEM HAS EVER REVIEWED ANOTHER PRODUCT ON AMAZON.
Go back in my review history and you'll see I do my best to post my honest experience with a variety of products (in this category I've also reviewed my beloved Smokin' Tex smoker a couple years ago). So I'm not just one of Cuisinart's employees, taking an afternoon to establish a bunch of phony Amazon identities and post a bunch of fluff about my company's product.
On the plus side, this grill is made as durably as many in its segment. But you'll be better off popping for a Weber Q or even one of Cuisinart's better tabletop models. They make one called the all-foods grill that is much better, and a tabletop charcoal grill that's pretty nice too. There are a variety of other manufacturers making portable models that range from crappy to quite good and cheap to very expensive.
This particular Cuisinart went back to the store, and I chose a Weber Q tabletop model instead. It had less of a discount, but it does a much better job. If I'd had more money I'd have gone with a Napoleon Freestyle--that one can actually double as your main grill at home. It's one of the expensive ones, but if it's going to be your only grill it just might be worth it for you. Coleman makes a portable grill with a folding stand and wheels so you can pull the whole thing around like airport luggage. Pretty cool--but doesn't get hot enough to grill properly. I wish Weber would introduce the rollabout folding stand on its Q grill so it would have the same freestanding, rollabout portability as the Coleman.
But even if you go with Cuisinart's better portable model, you can do better than this portable grill. If I were to buy a Cuisinart, I'd go with the All-Foods. It has a bit more surface area than the Weber Q. But the Q is a bit more portable and has enough cooking surface for my needs, and costs less too. I made my choice with a budget number in mind--and I outspent it by a few dollars. But the Q seems to work right for me, with its shortcomings being less pronounced than the Cuisinart's.
I hope you find the grill that meets your needs. For me it was not this one. It might be just fine for you.
I do resent Cuisinart, a company I admire, using the reviews section on Amazon for advertising. I have several good Cuisinart products and will likely buy others in the future. Guys, leave the review section for actual customers.
Bottom line: I'd buy something else, even within the Cuisinart line. I personally went outside Cuisinart for a portable propane grill. You might not. Caveat emptor.
First, it has a click once light knob that at first I thought was cool but after using it twice, it now takes 4-6 clicks to start the grill, more if its windy. If this knob thing fails I dont think you can light the grill manually? Not sure.
I cannot get the legs to click in place so every time I pick up or set down it down the grill the legs fold underneath.
The metallic red top looks great but its pretty flimsy. The lock is worthless. You will not be carrying this grill by its handle.
The flame plate is smack dab in the center of the grill. Each time I cook burgers I get a massive flair up with the burger grease landing on the flame plate. Be sure to cook on low. Not a great design.
The grill plate itself is kinda cheap. Not cast iron like the Webers. It was easy to clean though.
I expect this grill to last maybe one or two years. Not really camping equipment worthy. Maybe I just got a bad one. I can't understand why so many people gave it such a good review?
I will say it looks cool. I named mine R2D2
Here is what it is not: A 3 burner Weber gas grill -- but then it does not pretend to be. Anyone buying this with the anticipation that it will perform with the speed and flexibility of a larger grill will likely be disappointed.
Here is what it is: A very good portable gas grill that takes a minute or two longer to cook steaks, hamburgers, kabobs, chicken, hot dogs etc. It heats up fast, is easy to start and clean and is extremely portable. I liked it a lot and will use it a great deal this summer. To have a grill that is easily transportable and will work off of small tanks of propane is terrific.
I have no idea what all of these raging and conflicting reviews are about, but if you want a good portable gas grill that is easy to work on -- this is it.
Most recent customer reviews
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