Good grilling on the go

The Coleman Fold N Go InstaStart Grill offers the convenience of indoor grills for the great outdoors.

Oh, the places you'll go. Coleman

It's easy to become accustomed to the convenience of kitchen appliances. I know I am appreciative of my indoor grill. It makes me feel good knowing that a quick burger, chicken breast, or panini is but a button press away. It's useful, easy, and always there for me. With a tethered electrical cord, however, the grill is not very portable.

In a case of an outdoor appliance being inspired by an indoor appliance that was originally inspired by an outdoor appliance, we have this outdoor grill (got all that?). The Coleman Fold N Go InstaStart Grill borrows the classic clamshell design of indoor grills and brings its functionality up to date in a portable appliance. Perfect for trips to the park, beach, or the parking lot of the big game, the little propane-powered Coleman grill brings the convenience and flavor of grill cooking anywhere.

Starting with a simple press of the ignition button, the grill delivers flame via its 6,000 BTU horseshoe-shaped stainless-steel burner. The removable porcelain-coated cooking grate offers a good amount of room for a portable grill. Possibly drawing further inspiration from its indoor cousins, this grill features a removable grease tray that is dishwasher safe. Operating for up to 3.5 hours on one canister of propane, this little portable grill is sure to get a lot of use, just about anywhere you go.

About the author

    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.


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