Wanted a grill that I could use both in our back yard, as well as for camping.
Recommend this product?
Unfortunately, the scene where I knocked into the display model and sent it flying in the store should have had a bit of foreshadowing for me.
You can't really call it a grill, since you cook on flat enameled plates. Looks like they took a Coleman camp stove and tried to make a grill out of it.
The grill is bulky, and even broken down, is hard to transport. When rolling it, the button holding the handle (leg) may pop.
After two uses, the plastic holding the locking latch melted away, leaving me no way to roll the thing without having the top flap open and the grates falling out.
Cooking with the top down causes plastic parts to melt.
Once you use it a few times, that nice, shiny red paint gets dark, and that shiny chrome interior is toast. BTW... don't bother trying to clean the inside...
Waste of money!!!!!
Amount Paid (US$): 179.99