Nice grill but hard to clean
I was looking for a portable grill that would be light to carry, would have large grilling surface and of course would do a great job grilling. This one checks off all three: - it's easy to stow and carry, it's not heavy too but well built and solid grill. When folded it fits laying down behind a front seat on the floor of Accord. - the surface is large enough to feed 5-6 people easily if not more. - the quality of the grilled meat was outstanding. I did grill it on low and therefore little bit longer but it tastes as if it was from a charcoal grill and steaks were all soft and perfectly done. It grills evenly. Overall, fantastic grill, easy to grill. One complaint is that Sears doesn't sell the gas cylinder so I need to step by a house improvement store.
I recommend the grill 100% is easy to use and is very convenience for parks
A very small sit on something barbeque grill that is perfect for one person and I can take it with me when I go to the beach or a park. Grill top is small enough to put in dishwasher for cleaning and it uses a small fuel tank that is easy for me to put on and off to move it. Well built and very nice.
i've wanted one of these babys for a long time...i used my friends for years..Then it happen you had one..a good one i'm very happy with this grill...it fits anywhere..thank you..Juan..
I bought this grill to keep in our camper, but used it already for tailgating at a Nascar race last weekend. It worked great! We just found out by trial & error not to competelycover the grate with foil because it chokes out the flame. Just neede to cut slits in the foil and was good to go.
my husband bought this item to take to a tailgating event. And he thought it worked great.
It only took a couple of years of occasional use for the burner on this grill to corrode and rot out. And guess what, no replacement burners are available anywhere. Don't expect this to last more than a season or two.
I wish there were a minus I could use for this grill. The cooking grate kept shedding black paint. It's a great grill if you like to eat paint. I called Cuisinart to inform them about this and here's the reply I got: "since you bought it from Sears instead of us, you have to deal with Sears and they should not have sold you a defective grill". How was Sears supposed to know the cooking grate was shedding black paint?? You dropped the ball Cuisinart, your product is really cheap. I would not recommend this to anyone and I especially didn't like your sarcastic and rude response to my problem.