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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Product Review

Coleman Road Trip Grill

This was the grill I got the other day to replace the old one that broke, I got this one because it is easy to move around and can be taken with us to the lake or camping. I have cooked on it for a week and love it. I cooks even and I have got good cook time out of the small bottle of LP. The next thing I will try is to see how long a 5 gallon tank will last. Over all it looks good and cooks good so I like it.

• Fully redesigned by Paul Jr. Designs
• Custom black finish with chrome accents
• Diamond plate side table inserts
• Chrome knobs and tool hooks
• Integrated thermometer
• Powerful, portable, propane grill with authentic open-flame drip-through grilling
• Consistent cooking performance even in cold weather, high altitudes and when fuel is low
• 285 sq. in. cooking surface area
• Removable "mix & match" surfaces - grill, griddle or stove (each sold separately)
• Instastart™ electronic ignition for simple, matchless lighting
• 2 fully adjustable 22,000 BTU (total) burners for hotter, faster cooking
• Lasts up to 1.1 hours with both burners on high or 4.5 hours on low on one 16.4-oz. propane cylinder
• Operates on 16.4oz. propane cylinder (not included) or adaptable to 20 lb propane tank (purchase of tank hose and tank required)
• Propane sold separately (Coleman® Propane recommended)
• Folds to compact size with easy to pull handle and wheels
• Tool holders and side tables built in for easy use
• Removable grease management tray
• Two grill grates included
• Limited 5 year Warranty
• Grill on Stand weight: 44 lbs.
• Dimensions: 46"L x 18"W x 35"H

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