Pit Boss Grills 75275 Stainless Steel Two-Burner Portable Grill
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- 430 stainless Steel body and lid construction and 304 stainless Steel grid construction
- Two 10,000 BTU burner design delivers the perfect amount of heat for grilling and searing
- Portable design features Folding legs and latching hood for easy carry
- Push and turn ignition and dome thermometer
- Lightweight and easy to carry
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Pit Boss Portable Grill
Stainless Steel Construction
Long lasting stainless steel construction with stainless steel cooking grid. Cooking Surface 276 sq in.
Folding legs and latching hood make for compact and easy to carry to beach, picnic, campsite or tailgate.
Two Burner Design
Our two independently controlled 10,000 BTU burners allow for full control of grill temperature zones. Operates on 20 lb cylinder.
- Assembled dimensions: 23" W x 16" T x 19.5" D
- Assembled weight: 23 lb
- Folding legs and latching hood
- 36" LP hose attachment
- 276 sq in cooking surface
The pit boss 2-burner stainless steel portable grill is perfect for tailgating, hunting, camping, or a day at the Park. The 275 square" cooking area is large enough for any outdoor party. The lightweight design & folding legs & latching hood makes it easy to carry. Two 10,000 BTU independently controlled burners give you the versatility to sear your food, or take your time & go low & slow. Don't head to your next tailgate party without the pit boss pb200p
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We have had numerous portable grills before but never with this much cook space! It will easily let you grill a dozen burgers with room for hotdogs and more!
My son even figured out how to use it as a smoker. In the photo below, you can see that he put the meat on one side of the grill that does not have any heat. He then put hickory wood chips in foil and placed them on the side with the heat. Now, he has a smoker! Pretty neat. The meat is still in the process of smoking, will update when it is finished cooking.
UPDATE: We just finished eating the most delicious pork, ever! It was so tender and tasty. Great grill, fabulous smoking technique. It's awesome when your son cooks for you!
I compared a number of these in person before I purchased this model.
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Note that I immediately swapped out the lp regulator for one with a higher capacity as I like grilling my steaks at a super high temp like many high end steakhouses, and enjoy steaks 'pittsburgh' style with extremely rare center but charred on outside. I also like grilling with a good 'char' flavor on most things. I don't see grilling with very low heat as the norm as it's like cooking over a candle-especially if there is some wind. So take note of those things.
After changing my regulator out to an adjustable one, i can crank it up big time and it does a wonderful job, but then I can lower it as low as I want to maintain low temp to use it as a smoker by putting chips in a pan or foil (poke a couple holes in top and use heavy foil and some hardwood chips) on one side with the flames on that side only. So it gives much more versatility, but it is not recommended by manufacturer so know that I'm not recommending you try this-I dont. I am just letting you know how I use it and why.
There does seem to be a common complaint on a couple of things: The knobs are said to strip out as you have to press them in and rotate to activate the igniter. I think the plastic gets soft around the shaft that has the flat spot when it gets hot. Ramping the grill up like I do I expect this to happen more quickly and I am going to look for some metal knobs that fit it. But with my adjustable regulator I can actually leave it on high and adjust using the regulator adjustment from totally off to cranking like an f32 fighter jet motor. Also, the welds on the box corners and sides seem to be tiny and I think over time the heat and contraction/expansion will cause failure. But it's all stainless and I will probably take it to a welding shop that does stainless tig welding and re enforce them as the grill is that good. I expect to have it many years. The stainless grate is key-very solid and will last forever. I am actually buying 4 of these so I can keep one in my rv, at summer house and have 2 to use for grillouts instead of a full size grill. Very portable, take it to the beach too, prop it on my tailgate (we drive onto beach here in Edgewater FL/Daytona) and grill seaside. Fun.
A con is that the bottom will collect grease and such if you don't have it burn off. People seem to not like flareups, but I enjoy the char flavor and it also burns off much of the gunk. I lined the bottom of mine with foil. Others say the grease and gook can build up and may leak out of corners that aren't sealed by welds if not level or a lot of juices/gook. That would definitely happen but lining with thick heavy foil and changing periodically is my solution. I may eventually use my plasma cutter to cut a slot that I can slide a piece of stainless into it to remove like my toaster oven has.
This is an awesome grill. It works great and is very reasonable. I highly recommend it!!
Grill started and heated up with no problem. Heat was easy to control. Grilled so well! I just couldn't be happier. The video I posted contains a complete overview of grill.
The bottom is completely flat so if the grill isn't absolutely level the grease runs out a corner seam instead of into the catch pan, making a real mess. That is a significant design flaw in my mind.
It is really hard, maybe impossible, to keep clean.
The two burner design works well, but tends to run hot so keep a close eye on the food to prevent overcooking until you get used to it. Two burner stoves do use a lot of gas.
Unless you regularly cook for more than four people I'd get a Weber 1100 or similar unit.
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Would be nice if there was a cover for it.