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Coleman PerfectFlow Camp Propane Grill+

Coleman PerfectFlow Camp Propane Grill+

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The Coleman PerfectFlow Camp Propane Grill+ provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions.

Features

  • Wind Block Panels Help Shield Burners From Wind Or Fold Down For Use As Side Tables
  • Instastart Ignition For Push-Button, Matchless Lighting
  • 11,00 Total BTUs Of Cooking Power
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$99.99
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$88.45
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Start up the grill with just a push of a button when you pack the Coleman Camp Propane Grill+. The Instastart push-button, matchless ignition is just the first piece of convenient technology you'll notice on this durable, steel-crafted outdoor appliance. The 180-sq.-in. cooking surface offers plenty of room above 11,000 BTUs of fully-adjustable cooking power. Meanwhile, the PerfectFlow pressure control technology keeps the heat steady, even in extreme conditions. WindBlock panels help shield your flame from wind, and on calm days, they fold down for use as side tables. When the meal is over, the porcelain-coated surface and grease management system remove for simple and quick cleanup.

Instastart ignition for push-button, matchless lighting. PerfectFlow technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions.

PerfectFlow technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions. Instastart ignition for push-button, matchless lighting. PerfectHeat technology for more efficient cooking with less fuel.

Wind Block panels help shield burners from wind or fold down for use as side tables. 11,000 total BTUs of cooking power.

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Coleman PerfectFlow Camp Propane Grill+ 2000020928 PerfectFlow Camp Propane Grill+
$88.45
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