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Coleman.com has Coleman Roadtrip LXX Propane Grill (22,000 BTU) on sale for $169.99 - $42.50 with coupon code OUTDOORS - 20% with unique email coupon code = $101.99. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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Coleman Roadtrip LXX Propane Grill [coleman.com] $169.99 - 25% off $100 with promo code OUTDOORS - additional 20% when you sign up for emails (top of page, "email signup") and get code that is delivered to your email (comes almost instantly) = $101.99. Shipping is free.
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A good price. Personal experience: I own this and would probably buy again, but there are some hiccups. It cooks unevenly, but it's manageable. Also a pain to clean.
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A good price. Personal experience: I own this and would probably buy again, but there are some hiccups. It cooks unevenly, but it's manageable. Also a pain to clean.
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I saw the LXE post but I went with this having the higher btu. I also bought 1 flat cooktop to go with it.
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Own it. Had for many years. I like it because I have a burner grate too. Cook stove in am, grill rest if day.
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I like the set up of the grill but the actual grilling falls short. It's a great size, almost too big. Having the built in stand is great, plus the side trays that side out.But it gets very hot and I don't think your supposed to cook with the lid closed. It's just kinda weird. I am more of a fan of the Weber q. The stand for the Weber q sucks at 69.99 though. It's no problem for me as I just put the q on a 6 foot folding table.
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Can you hook up a regular propane tank with this or is it just the small cylinders?
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A good price. Personal experience: I own this and would probably buy again, but there are some hiccups. It cooks unevenly, but it's manageable. Also a pain to clean.
I considered this grill as my friend had one. But like this guy said, it cooks unevenly. We cooked ribs and other meat but ribs were burnt one side while still hard around middle. I went with Weber Q for around $130 on last deal. I'm happy with it. Maybe someday I'll get a cart but so far, I have small table on balcony I put this on while cooking and most picnic places I go have picnic table so I just put the grill on top of the table and use it fine.
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Can you hook up a regular propane tank with this or is it just the small cylinders?
I have it hooked up to a large tank, yes.
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Can you hook up a regular propane tank with this or is it just the small cylinders?
You hook up a large tank, yo just need to buy the hose. They have them on amazon
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I considered this grill as my friend had one. But like this guy said, it cooks unevenly. We cooked ribs and other meat but ribs were burnt one side while still hard around middle. I went with Weber Q for around $130 on last deal. I'm happy with it. Maybe someday I'll get a cart but so far, I have small table on balcony I put this on while cooking and most picnic places I go have picnic table so I just put the grill on top of the table and use it fine.
I don't want to sound harsh, but I make great grilled food on this. It may heat unevenly, but the hotter and colder spots are consistent. So it becomes nice, actually, when cooking something like a chicken breast that's naturally thicker on one side, to cook things perfectly.
As with any two burner, there will be a natural heat spot in the direct center. Great for searing steaks and hamburgers, then setting the hamburger off to the sides to finish cooking without burning.
I'm very happy with mine, and would buy again, especially at this price.
Invest in the large propane adapter. Pays for itself by the first fill-up.
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So the only difference between this LXX and the LXE model is 2,000 BTUS??? (22K on thisLXX vs. 20K on LXE)
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So the only difference between this LXX and the LXE model is 2,000 BTUS??? (22K on thisLXX vs. 20K on LXE)
The lxx also has metal utensil hooks as opposed to plastic and a thermometer on the lid as well
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I have the previous version of this grill and love it! Great deal.
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nevermind code came and its generic "Welcome20Off"
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