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Coleman Roadtrip 225 Portable Stand-Up Propane Grill, Black

February 14, 2019 - Comment

The Coleman RoadTrip 225 Portable Stand-Up Propane Grill features sturdy quick-fold legs and 2 wheels for hassle-free setup, takedown, and transport so that taking your grill on a camping trip or to a tailgate is easy. Push the Instastart ignition button for matchless lighting, then select your heat with the precise temperature control of adjustable

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The Coleman RoadTrip 225 Portable Stand-Up Propane Grill features sturdy quick-fold legs and 2 wheels for hassle-free setup, takedown, and transport so that taking your grill on a camping trip or to a tailgate is easy. Push the Instastart ignition button for matchless lighting, then select your heat with the precise temperature control of adjustable burners (outer, inner). With a range of grilling power from 2,500 to 11,000 BTUs and 225 sq. in. of cast iron grill grates coated in porcelain, you’ll wow friends and family with an array of perfectly cooked meats, seafood, or veggies every time. If you’re looking for more meal options, the Swaptop interchangeable cooktops let you switch the grill grates with a griddle or stove grate (both sold separately). With its roomy side table to keep utensils and sauces handy, cooking with this grill is just as convenient as traveling with it. Bonus: The RoadTrip 225 Stand-Up Grill can be stored upright (to fit in tight spaces) until your next cookout. Uses a 1-pound propane cylinder (sold separately).

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Anonymous says:

Good little grill. I’m happy with this grill. My husband wasn’t thrilled with the idea of a “crappy little grill” instead of a big Weber or something similarly oversized and overpriced. I convinced him to go for this one by reminding him that I do the grilling, and he rarely used our last grill. I like that I can easily pack this up and take it camping with us, it will be easy to store when winter comes, and I love the optional griddle and burner. It doesn’t seem to get quite as hot as fast as our former…

Anonymous says:

Good little grill This grill is nice because it’s small and versatile. The only thing that takes some getting used to is the sideways burner. I have no idea why Coleman did this. To accommodate this feature Coleman had to make their cast iron grates with a closed center section that covers the burner. It takes away some of that open grate flavor and grill markings. You can still get them but you have to move your food to the edges of the cooking grate where it’s open to the burner. It’s not a deal breaker but it…

Anonymous says:

The inner pan comes out for cleaning This is very portable and easy to clean with the ceramic on the cast iron grates. The big plus is the inner pan that you put water in to catch the grease which also comes out to clean. The interchangeable griddle and pot burner makes this a great grill for a couple or small family.

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