Take the convenience, efficiency, and versatility of the household barbecue grill on the road this summer with the clever Roadtrip Grill LXE from Coleman. Whereas other portable liquid propane grills are petite and tabletop in design, the Roadtrip LXE is a full-size grill with collapsible scissor legs for countertops or travel. This 36-inch grill features 285 square inches of cooking space, ideal for toting to the beach or just into the driveway a small block party. Two 10,000 BTU burners cook meats evenly. Independent control knobs allow users to adjust temperatures on either burner for flexibility.
- East to transport, folds to compact size with large handle and wheels for easy pulling; Sets up in seconds
- Easy-to-clean, cast-iron and porcelain-coated surfaces with removable grease tray
- PerfectFlow Pressure Control System for steady heat, even in the cold
- Large cooking surface, 285 sq. in.(1838.7 sq. cm) with two cast-iron, porcelain coated grill grates included
- 20,000 BTUs of cooking power, 10,000 BTUs on each burner; powered by 16.4-oz. propane cylinders
- Fold-up stand with wheels that collapses down to a convenient pack-away size
- Fully-adjustable cooking power up to 10,000 BTU on each burner
- InstaStart electronic ignition offers matchless lighting
- PerfectFlow control system provides pressure regulation for consistent output throughout the life of your 1-lb. or 20-lb. propane cylinder (with proper accessories)
- Tool holders and side tables built in for easy use
- Removable grease management tray
- Versatile mix & match surfaces... has grill, griddle and stove capability
- Measures 46 x 18 x 35"
Frequently Asked Questions
Can this grill be left outside? even in PA harsh winters?
I have left it outside in the summer with a plastic cover over it, but it folds up nicely and I hang it in my garage for the winter, I suppose it could be left outside during the winter if you covered it with a plastic grill cover.
Can the Coleman Road Trip grills hook up the propane supply line that comes off of some RVs for a smal RVQ style grill?
Yes it is!!! In order to connect to the low pressure quick connect fitting on some RVs you have to do the following: Obtain the Camco 59903 nipple, (1/4" NPT x Full Flow Male), Camco 57282 10 Ft. propane quick connect hose and a 90 degree brass fitting (1/8 NPT male threads x 1/4 NPT female threads). You can get the 90 degree fitting at the hardware store or auto parts store usually. Next you will have to remove the brass portion of the regulator assembly that came with the grill. It is the section that actually attaches to the grill. You should see where the brass part screws on the silver pipe that eventually loops around to the regulator itself. It is a bear to get loose because they use some kind of thread adhesive between the brass and the silver pipe. Once you get it off, attach the brass fitting to the 90 degree fitting, the 90 to the Camco nipple all using thread sealant tape and then connect your hose to your new fitting assembly and then your RV. Worked fine for me and had less than forty bucks in making it all work. Just in case someone doesn't understand why all this is has to be done, it is because you must remove the regulator since the RV propane is already regulated at the tanks and Coleman uses their own special fitting on the rear of the grill that no one seems to make an adapter for.
How difficult is this to put together?
Take out of box unfold the legs snap into the grill , put plastic hub caps on wheels . Purchase the Fuel container screw into rear , put the grill griddle 2 in place u are ready to go.
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