Coleman Fold N Go+ Propane Grill

September 6, 2017 - Comment

Cook breakfast, lunch and dinner on a grill that folds up smaller than a briefcase with the lightweight Coleman Fold N Go+ Propane Grill. The large cooking surface gives you the space to prepare dishes for the entire camp. Just hit the Instastart push-button ignition and dial in your heat with the adjustable burner. The

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Cook breakfast, lunch and dinner on a grill that folds up smaller than a briefcase with the lightweight Coleman Fold N Go+ Propane Grill. The large cooking surface gives you the space to prepare dishes for the entire camp. Just hit the Instastart push-button ignition and dial in your heat with the adjustable burner. The PerfectFlow technology keeps the heat steady on the 6,000-BTU burner. It’s also easy to clean. A removable tray collects the grease while you’re cooking, and the grate is easy to remove and comes clean in your dishwasher.

Product Features

  • PerfectFlowTM¬†system regulates fuel flow for constant, even heat
  • PerfectHeatTM Technology¬†design for optimal cooking performance
  • Portable tabletop grill sets up in seconds
  • Easy to transport, folds to compact size
  • Easy-clean removable grease tray keeps excess grease off your food
  • Compact design with large cooking surface, 105 sq. in. (677.42 sq. cm)
  • 6,000 fully-adjustable BTUs of cooking power on a single burner
  • Propane-powered, fits standard 16.4-oz. (464.93 g) cylinders
  • PerfectFlowTM Pressure Control System for steady heat, even in the cold
  • InstaStartTM Technology for matchless lighting
  • Perfect for tailgating, hunting, camping and emergencies
  • Accessories sold separately
  • 1-year limited warranty

Comments

M.H. says:

So Far So Good. Nice Little Grill. I use this at home and it is the perfect size for one or two. I was wasting too much charcoal with a small grill and only one or two items. Plus this grill is up and ready at the last minute. It’s nice that the lid closes while cooking and I have found that setting a water soaked piece of mesquite or hickory wood chunk on the grill and closing the lid while grilling helps with a truer charcoal taste that can get lost with gas, even though flavors are good even without. Only drawback is the lid…

Rick says:

Practical and Versatile Just got mine in the mail today. My first question is, “What is all the fuss about with the metal being too thin?” As far as camp stoves go, this is about what I expected on build quality especially in this price range. I would expect more if I paid more than $100 for the stove by itself. The design is a little flawed but I can live with a latch that will not hold or sharp edges. Thanks for the warning! I will be careful when I take it apart to wash it. Someone else mentioned the legs…

Kelli Perkins says:

Smallest Grill This is the most compact grill ever, which makes it perfect for small spaces. Yet I was able to make brats for 10 people! At first I thought it wasn’t working but the flame is so intense and blue that I just couldn’t see it. I use a grill mat, which helps disperse the heat a little bit. All small grills have some difficulty with hot spots so you need to move the food around. This was exactly what I hoped. So compact and easy to transport yet does the job admirably. My only fault is the design…

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