Party Ball™ Charcoal Grill
Bail yourself out of a dull grill-out with the Coleman® Party Ball™ Charcoal Grill. If you need to add charcoal, simply lift the grate using the folding handle and heap on the heat. You'll get more heat control with adjustable ventilation holes to stoke the fire. The chrome-plating on the steel wire grate is rust-resistant and easy to clean, too. When the fun is done, the removable charcoal tray makes clean up easy. Then just fold up the legs, latch the handled lid, and you can head off to your next impromptu grill party.
• Spacious 133 sq. in. cooking area
• Built-in handle and latching lid for easy carrying
• Removable charcoal tray makes cleanup a snap
• Folding legs for compact storage and transportation
• Folding grate handle lets you add charcoal and serve food with ease
• Chrome-plated steel wire grate is rust-resistant for years of use
• Adjustable ventilation holes help keep the fire going
• Perfect for picnicking, tailgating and other outdoor occasions
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Party Ball™ Charcoal Grill is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by RNsheri from Party Ball Grill Fails Miserably I bought this grill hoping to use it as a carry along on road trips. I knew from the beginning not to expect it to perform as a full sized charcoal grill, but I did expect that it would be able to cook a couple of small steaks or 2 burgers. Nope. By the time the charcoal (popular self lighting brand) is ready to cook with, this grill is still not hot enough to complete the cooking process. It never retained much heat and then my charcoal was gone! I used the charcoal pan as directed, filling it, and also tried just piling lots of charcoal on the bottom grate. I’ve tried every position on the bottom air vents to adjust flow. I’ve cooked top dome on, top dome off, and tried every position on the top air vent. Needless to say, I’ve tested this grill with several different foods on Several Occasions. Perhaps the smartest thing I did was test this grill at home before I actually took it on a road trip because each time I tried to use the grill and it failed, I always had to finish cooking my food indoors. Imagine being out in the middle of nowhere with half cooked burgers. Anyway, I’ve come to think that because this grill is made of very thin aluminum it will not hold heat. I can understand the reasoning, the lightweight material makes it very portable, but also makes it unusable for any “raw” foods. It would probably work for precooked hotdogs....maybe.
Date published: 2019-08-16
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