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Selecting the Right Tailgate Grill

17 August 2010 No Comment

Cookouts are a great way to bond with family and new acquaintances, but they can just as easily turn into a major disappointment if your grill fizzles out at the crucial moment.  So if you love tailgating and want to feel confident about the results, tag along a trusted Coleman Road Trip Grill.  Durability is written all over its all-metal legs, grill body, and hood construction.  The flame is kept burning by a portable propane cylinder that can be easily attached from the rear.  And the cooking surface is large-up to 285 square inches-more than enough to keep steaks, burgers, hot dogs, and whatever else are on the menu a-sizzling!  It can even convert from slotted grill to griddle in seconds, giving you options as you go along.

Speaking of options, the Coleman road trip grill has two individually-controlled burners which light up at the push of the InstaStart electronic ignition button.  Smart features include two plastic side trays which you can slide in or out and are great for holding plates, glasses, and condiments.  There are molded hooks at the front for hanging utensils.  And when it’s time to pack and leave, the legs of a Coleman road trip grill folds flat easily for quick storage and transport.

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