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12,000 BTU Portable Propane BBQ Grill $69.00

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[Real Canadian Superstore] 12,000 BTU Portable Propane BBQ Grill $69.00

With similarly priced units from Martin and Coleman costing about $150, this seems like a good deal that provides a lot of value for anyone looking for a decent portable propane bbq. Some unique features for the price include:
  • built-in thermostat
  • legit legs (not those wire ones that collapse all the time)
  • warming rack
  • 12,000 BTUs (good for a portable)
  • Stainless steel cooking vents
  • push-button start
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Last edited by letigre98 on May 30th, 2021 12:41 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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[OP]
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Dec 17, 2008
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The MasterChef is lacking the warming rack which is a nice feature for potatoes and corn. Looks eerily similar, though, and oddly a fair bit more expensive.
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Jan 10, 2008
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At least gives more pics of what it is size wise
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Dec 14, 2019
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Back in April it was $59 ($69-$10). $10 off pc optimum members.
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Feb 18, 2011
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I got one of these two summers ago for a camping trip. Cooked meat nicely. But you will go through about one of the small green cylinders of propane per hour of moderate to high temp usage. Not a criticism but it caught me by surprise after BBQing bacon and cooking dinner on it a few times. Suddenly I was out of propane mid week! Coleman stove took only two for the whole week but I went through half a dozen for this BBQ. Worth it!
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Yeah the smaller Coleman stoves don't get as hot or as quickly hot. This one puts out a fair bit of heat quickly. I've read it takes a closer eye on the burn to make sure it's more efficient.
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Dec 20, 2006
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Part of me was really hoping this was going to be the goofy yellow No Name grill RCSS was selling last summer. I missed out on that one.
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How is it better? No thermostat, less BTUs, pretty much the same design and more money.
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letigre98 wrote: How is it better? No thermostat, less BTUs, pretty much the same design and more money.
It has the thermostat. BTU is 1000 different but NexGrill's build quality you can easily to compare.
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Can you use an adapter to connect a full sized tank to this?
Newbie
Aug 11, 2016
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Interested in something like this as well
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Has anyone tried it out?
Reviews please

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