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Old 07-28-2014, 11:09 AM   #51
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I like the fact that it can be used with the stand, like when we lose power for a few days I set it up on the porch, or at a camp site I just set it on the picnic table. The side door of the rear storage area is just a little wider than the grill and stand so it's easy in, easy out.
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Old 07-28-2014, 11:59 AM   #52
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Im going to be the oddball here, no propane at our campsite.

I cook on my Jumbo Joe charcoal BBQ
I cook a lot of our meals in a camping cast iron dutch oven. I have made everything from bread to rosemary roast chicken with potatoes and carrots. Oh and KILLER chili
I have cast iron skillets and pots to put on the fire for breakfast etc

Now my husband would LOVE a propane grill even though he never cooks while camping lol go figure
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Old 08-29-2014, 01:26 PM   #53
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I have Char Broil grill2go. It sucks, I usually pay $30 for a table top bbq that last about 8-10 yrs camping, this one was $140, used it 6 times and the regulator quit. And the 6 times I did use it, it was not controllable, there was no way of making this go below 400'
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Old 08-29-2014, 01:35 PM   #54
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I have a Cuisinart table top purchased 2 years ago from Canadian Tire on sale for 99.99 . Well made product. Works flawlessly and cooks like a dream.
Mind you I am likely different than most on here because I detail my BBQ each time after it is used and when I get home it gets taken apart and super cleaned. It is like brand new.
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I have a Cuisinart table top purchased 2 years ago from Canadian Tire on sale for 99.99 . Well made product. Works flawlessly and cooks like a dream.
Mind you I am likely different than most on here because I detail my BBQ each time after it is used and when I get home it gets taken apart and super cleaned. It is like brand new.
I do as well...that makes me very sad, as the Char Broil doesn't even look like it has been used even once! And I can't get a regulator here in Canada, and if I order it from them in the States, it will cost me about $90, and there still might be duty owing!
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Old 08-29-2014, 01:50 PM   #56
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Bought a nice stainless steel tabletop one at Costco a couple of years ago. Still works great.

In don't take care of my grills at all so this one is doing quite well
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I now use a camp fire grill and cast iron pots and pans. Just my opinion but nothing beats cooking over a open fire.
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