Coleman Roadtrip X-Cursion Propane Grill
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|Item Dimensions||32.10 x 19.10 x 12.60 inches||27.00 x 14.00 x 3.00 inches||36.00 x 13.00 x 22.00 inches||29.50 x 15.30 x 20.80 inches|
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Coleman Signature 2000017461 Grill Road trip X-Curs ion. Camping Cooking Grills. Made of the highest quality materials. Camping Cooking Grills
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I rushed out and bought this grill without my usual due diligence. I picked the Xcursion over the LXE because of it appeared sturdier. (I'm tired of junk from China breaking all the time).
First, let's say that I'm embarrassingly non-mechanical and a totally amateur giller. For this to work, things had to be SIMPLE.
Now granted, it took me about 3 hours working in the middle of the night to unbox and assemble the unit. But, I did it all by myself using the hardware provided. With better tools and a modicum of mechanical ability it could have easily been done in an hour.
I've attached a photo to illustrate why it took me three hours. Go ahead and laugh... I still got it together.
The next day, without even reading the manual I took it to the party. I screwed on a Coleman propane canister and, miracles of miracles, started cooking for 25 people.
I did not burn a single burger over two and a half hours of cooking. I set the right burner flame at the lowest setting (left the left burner off), put four burgers on the right side of the grill, closed the lid and cooked them for three minutes. Then I opened the lid flipped the burgers and cooked them for about three more minutes. Finally, I opened the lid and let them cook in the open for 3-4 minutes while I seasoned them and added cheese. Once I finished with those four burgers, I transferred them to the the left burner to keep them warm and fresh while I cooked four more. I could keep eight burgers on the left side, so it was easy to keep up with demand. Hot dogs cooked well also.
Cast iron is a great cooking surface; far superior to stainless steel or whatever other grills might offer. I probably should have used cooking spray to make cleanup easier. I'll experiment with that next time.
Speaking of cleanup, the grease catching trays beneath the grill surface worked perfectly. I poured out the grease at the party and took the grill home to clean.
Everyone enjoyed the party. I got plenty of compliments. Best of all, I was not stressed out at all cooking for all those people because of this wonderful grill. Money well spent!!!
PS— All this cooking wonderfulness comes in a highly portable package. I could easily imagine hiking into the woods with it. Just like toting a fifty pound suitcase but with much bigger wheels.
Gave a poor rating for heat distribution... it was ok with burgers I guess, but we tried to put a cast iron pan on it, and it couldn't heat up enough to cook anything in the pan.
We have such a small deck plus have such nasty winters that a portable grill we could put away seemed like a good way to go. Even after the first use, we regretted the purchase though, and by the 3rd use my husband and I decided mutually that we'd like to just sell this grill and get a smaller regular one that we just leave out on the deck.
His sister has one and enjoys using it and brought it to the park with us, but I felt bad she had all that clean up afterwards. There just has to be a better way to manage dripping grease. :(
Secondly, I got the BBQ because of the collapsibility. However, the directions ask for water to be put in the pans before BBQing. Therefore, before I can collapse the BBQ for storing(which I want to do every time I use it) I have to empty and clean the pans otherwise, dirty greasy water will spill out. I wasn’t anticipating having to clean the BBQ after each use.
My first BBQ experience went well and the food tasted very good. I’m just not sure it’s worth the price or inconvenience.