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  1. hoamskilet

    hoamskilet Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Looking for a portable grill for occasionally working out of town, camping, tailgating, etc......What do you guys have that you like? Looking to probably go propane for convenience and would like to stay under $200-250
     
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    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    How portable are we talking about? I have both of the ones below and they both have their place. That Weber is good enough to be a primary grill for a couple.

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    I like the looks of this one:

    https://amzn.to/343KNVm

     
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    hoamskilet Well-Known Member Established Member

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    That Weber is one I've been eyeballing. Needs to be pretty portable for times like this week when I'm stuck in a hotel for work, but would like it to be big enough to grill up some burgers quick when we're camping with the kiddos

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    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    I've had that Weber for 15 years and still use it a couple times per week. It's great.
     
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    Coz Premium Member Premium Member Established Member

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    +1 on the Weber. If you have extra space, or to use it at home, this stand works well.

     
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    ur bittn By the snake Established Member

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    Check out Blackstone
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    BOOGIE MAN Logic and Reason Established Member

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    Some of the best bbq I've ever had in my life was from something like this parked at a gas station Screenshot_20200403-051003_DuckDuckGo.jpeg Screenshot_20200403-051024_DuckDuckGo.jpeg

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    Char-Broil Grill-2-Go

    I rigged one for Grilling on the boat.

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    72MachOne99GT Well-Known Member Established Member

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    This looks like a safety hazard if drinking.
     
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    hotcobra03 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I have the Weber like on that boat.

    But have the hose adapter to go to 20lb tank.

    Grill was like 60 bucks at Walmart.

    I’m on year 4 and use it regularly

    Anything other than Weber the burner last about a yr
     
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    kevinatfms Ex-Ford/Kia/Hyundai Tech Established Member

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    I use a Coleman Sportster for tailgating, camping and garage cook outs. For $150 its lasted me 5+ years without issue. I did buy the regular propane cylinder hose to connect it as the camping bottles are just too small for a long event.
     
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    VENOM1 6.0MAN Established Member

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    I also have this grill and it’s been flawless. I did but the hose converter to be able to run a 5-gallon propane tank opposed to the camping sized.
     
  13. SID297

    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    Not shiny enough. Go drop $400 on a Magma.
     
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    Char-Broil Grill-2-Go

    I rigged one for Grilling on the boat.
    Im a cheap bastard. I’ve got $200 in that whole setup including the mounting hardware.
     
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    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    You can barely buy a Magma mount for $200.
     

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