Coleman Tabletop Propane Grill
I thought this would be a great size, and that's all it is. There is no usable lid for cooking, just for storage. The wind blocker shelves are flimsy and useless. For it's size its too heavy. To clean it you pretty much have to disassemble it. It has a great big flame, but figure on using one or two bottles per use. There are better portable grills out there, don't waste your time and money on this one.
May 25, 2012
Coleman left me down on this one!
The only reason I can not complain is that I got the grill for 1/2 price at the end of the season. The coating on the grate wore off rapidly, the regulator is very inconsistent after few uses leading to "hot spots". And it is a real pain to clean! For this price I would drop a few more bucks and get the roadtrip grill. That is worth every penny.
May 18, 2011
Best "suitcase" grill I've found
I looked all over for a "suitcase" fold-up, portable grill that would run off propane. This is the same size as the old Coleman kerosene suitcase portable grills. All the other grills I found were not big enough to grill for several people on a camping trip, or the grate openings were too big to cook hot dogs on. This grill starts good, it is easy to dis-assemble and clean, and is easy to fold-up and slide in the truck.
November 19, 2010
great for one day
The grill worked great for the first day of camping. Grilled steaks and burgers for 8 people quick and was easy to clean up. On the second day, it overheated. The food rack warped and the piezo ignitor button distorted and wouldn't work. I was suprised, as this is the only coleman product I've ever purchased that failed from something other than years of use.
June 30, 2009