Coleman RoadTrip 225 Portable Tabletop Propane Grill
The Coleman RoadTrip 225 Portable Tabletop Propane Grill comes in a convenient size 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). Uses a 1-pound propane cylinder (sold separately) and arrives fully assembled, ready to hit the road.
• Up to 11,000 BTUs of grilling power and 225 sq. in. cooking area
• 2 adjustable burners for precise temperature control
• Water pan catches cooking grease and is removable for easy cleaning
• Instastart ignition for push-button, matchless lighting
• Uses 1-pound propane cylinder (sold separately)
• Arrives fully assembled
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Coleman RoadTrip 225 Portable Tabletop Propane Grill is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GaiusGracchus from Small but powerful This product is great for our RV camper. We are happy Coleman is making small grills that are portable. It would be nice to have a latch as another reviewer mentions, but we are not going to give a horrible rating just for that. The performance of the product is fine, which is what matters most.
Date published: 2019-01-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cruz27 from Small for my Class B RV First I want to say I love Coleman products and was excited to see they had come up with a grill smaller than the full size Roadtrip. Being in a Class B RV I have limited room and the Roadtrip took up too much of my limited storage space. However, there are two issues that have lead me to rate it as a 2 star. First there is no lid latch. The 225 on the stand does have a lid latch. Second, short of having the latch it would be nice to have a travel case. But I asked about the future availability of a case and was told by customer service one is not being planned in the near future. Really, a small travel grill without a case? So now I have to come up with some way to keep the lid closed while traveling and how to protect the grill when in storage on my RV. Wished Coleman would have thought of these two things when producing this new grill. I would not recoomend this grill until Coleman at least comes out with a carry/protective case.
Date published: 2018-11-15
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