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Coleman Road Trip Grill

29 December 2009 No Comment

With dual 20,000 BTU burners, efficient setup, mix-and-match cooking surfaces, and compact storage, the Coleman Road Trip Grill is an ideal companion for tailgaters.  This free-standing portable grill features a collapsible frame and 285 square inches of grilling real estate for you to cook up those burgers and brats.  You can even use the pancake griddle to cook up pancakes and eggs to put down with those bloody marys.

Road Trip Grill Accessories

The additional grill section is a good investment if you do decide to go with the Coleman Road Trip Grill.  It will give you a bit more flexibility, particularly for tailgating.  While the griddle is helpful for breakfast and cooking up vegetables, you’ll want the second grill plate to give you more space for standard grilling.

In addition to the aforementioned cast iron grill section, the Coleman Road Trip Grill does offer a few more add-on accessories worth looking at.  The carrying case and stove grate are just two of  the smart additions to give you a more complete portable grill set.

Even if you don’t initially opt for any of these accessories, you will likely find that the Coleman is a well-designed portable grill.  You will find the folding legs to be quite stable once the grill is set up.  The dual burners heat very quickly, giving you a fully operable tailgating grill within minutes of pulling your car into the parking lot.  The Road Trip Grill does require either a disposable 16.4-ounce propane cylinder or a 20-pound propane tank (and hose).  You’ll need to plan to pick up one of those up before heading out to the stadium.

Whether you are cooking pancakes, eggs, burgers, steaks, hot dogs, or veggies, the Coleman Road Trip Grill is up to the challenge and a super tailgating grill.

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