If you often find yourself somewhere without a grill wishing you had one, you might be a good candidate for a. My favorite ultraportable grill, the Nomadiq, is about as portable as gas grills get and it's . That's $100 off the normal price and by far the lowest price I've ever seen it.
I tested this model a few summers ago and I've been slinging it along on camping trips, tailgates and beach hangs ever since. The Nomadiq portable propane grill folds up into a case the size of a small bag, with easy-grab handles. It weighs just 12 pounds, making it the best truly portable gas grill I've ever used.
So how does it actually work? Pretty darn well. Setup is a snap: You simply unhinge the sides and the entire thing opens up like a clamshell. The grilling space is large too, with 226 square inches of ceramic-coated nonstick grates.
At 10,000 BTUs, it doesn't get quite as screaming hot as larger portable grills like the, but it still has plenty of power and it's decidedly more compact and easier to transport. Normally, the NomadiQ grill is not particularly cheap, clocking in at $300, but it's an excellent value for $200 and would make a perfect for an on-the-go griller.