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Coleman PerfectFlow Portable Camp Propane Grill

Coleman PerfectFlow Portable Camp Propane Grill
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PerfectFlow™ Portable Camp Propane Grill

Saute veggies while you're grilling up chicken, or get the soup going while you're cooking up burgers when you pack the propane-powered Coleman Camp Propane Grill/Stove+. Just hit the Instastart™ push-button ignition to get things going on this durable, steel-crafted outdoor appliance that offers camp cooks a grill and stove at the same time. The stove surface fits a 10" pan, and the 130 square-inch grill area offers plenty of room. The stove and grill equally share 22,000 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 grates and grease management tray remove for simple and quick cleanup.

Features:
  • PerfectFlow™ System for consistent fuel, no matter the conditions
  • PerfectHeat™ Technology gets the temperatures just right
  • 2-in-1 design so you can use the grill and stove at the same time
  • Wind Block™ panels help shield burners from wind or fold down for use as side tables
  • Instastart™ ignition for push-button, matchless lighting
  • PerfectFlow™ technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • PerfectHeat™ technology for more efficient cooking with less fuel
    20,000 total BTUs of cooking power
  • Fits a 10" pan on the stove area
  • Spacious 130 square-inch grill area
  • 2 independently adjustable burners give you precise control for 2 temperature zones
  • Removable grease management tray for easy cleaning with less spillage
    Non-skid feet let you stir pots and pans with ease
  • Aluminized steel cooktop for durable rust-resistance
  • Lasts up to 1 hour with both burners on high on one 16.4-oz popane cylinder (sold separately)
  • Perfect for camping, hunting, tailgating and other outdoor occasions
    3-year limited warranty
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