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This portable Stainless Steel Table Top Gas Grill is built for BBQ-grillers on the go. The long-lasting stainless steel construction allows you to enjoy outdoor cooking wherever you enjoy it most – on picnics, camping, boating, tailgating or even in your own backyard.
The compact design, with locking lid, folding legs and large front carry handle make this grill very portable and easy to transport or store
The grill operates on small, disposable one-pound propane cylinders (not included). But can be easily converted to a 20lb propane bottle by using the Smoke Hollow 205-22 4ft Universal Propane Gas Hose and Adapter (Available on Amazon)
205 sq. in. primary Stainless Steel cooking area 105 sq. in. chrome-plated warming rack
10,000 BTU Stainless Steel “U” Burner. Grates: Stainless steel wire. Lid: Double layer stainless steel
Size:Pack of 4
This portable stainless steel table top gas grill is built for the BBQ-grillers on the go. The long-lasting stainless steel construction allows you to enjoy outdoor cooking wherever you enjoy it most – on picnics, camping, boating, tailgating or even in your own backyard. The compact design, with locking lid, folding legs and large front carry handle makes this grill very portable and easy to transport or store. The grill operates on small, disposable one-pound propane cylinders (not included), which are available nationwide as a common camping accessoty item.
Size:Pack of 4
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804 customer reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars
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Build quality: Quite decent for the price range. I compared it side to side with a unit my father-in-law paid triple the cost for. The 300 dollar unit had nicer stainless steel and was somewhat beefier but I don’t see it lasting NEAR 3 times as long as this unit will.
Overall design: The unit is well thought out for the most part The legs fold under nicely and the lid latches down well. In this position it is fairly comfortable to carry, to the extend you ever will. If I have a gripe here it is that the drip pan doesn’t latch closed and it can slid around on you when carrying the unit.
Functionality: I have had some successes and some failures with the unit. I am not overly thrilled with the temperature range. All the way from high to low seems to be about 100 degrees of range, which will naturally be affected by ambient temp. I attempted to do a tri-tip roast on it on the Oregon Coast in rainy weather and I basically ruined a good piece of meat because it got away from me too quickly. However, I’ve had great success with burgers, pork chops, and chicken breasts, which is more like what you SHOULD be doing on a unit like this anyway. After about 12-15 meals that I’ve done to date, the piezo igniter failed, which, in my experience, is what piezo igniters do, which brings me to….
Customer service: I called the company on Monday about the failed igniter. A lady who’s FIRST language is English answered the telephone in a voice I could understand and without me having to press any additional buttons and listen to any MUZAK. It took me about 5 minutes to explain my problem, give her the purchase date, and have a new igniter on the way. Today is Thursday and I just finished installing the new igniter. Therefore, I put customer service at a FAT A+, hence the half star over rather than under! 🙂
May 17, 2017
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July 15, 2017
Used some BBQ sauce on some wings and when some dripped on the steel burner shield below, it vaporized into nothing. Seriously.
Piezo igniter…..hum.. not sure how long that will last but the unit does have a hole to insert a stick lighter.
Awkward to carry around…..no side handles. I suppose just latch the top and carry it with the lid handle.
Does not fit in the box it came in with the added propane regulator and piezo igniter.
I always kept my previous Weber in the shipping box…..oh well. This one gets MUCH hotter for searing a ribeye.
Follow Up……not at all convenient to carry around. It’s awkward with no top handle.
Left side gets much hotter than the rest of the grill surface.
Grease drip pan is a joke. It is way to small and spills easily.
Ok…….back to the ole reliable Weber