Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 Portable TRU-Infrared Liquid Propane Gas Grill

  • Road worthy and built to travel easy
  • Cast aluminum firebox and lid with dual stainless steel latches and temp gauge
  • High-impact frame with legs and carry handles
  • No flare-up TRU-Infrared cooking system
  • 200 square inch stainless steel grilling grate
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Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 Portable TRU-Infrared Liquid Propane Gas Grill: Product Description

Style:Portable Grill2Go Product Description This traveling grill will cook your food to perfection using Char-broil’s TRU Infrared technology. Its high-impact frame with legs and carry handles makes it easy to take with you. Perfect for tailgating, camping or road trips! Amazon.com You can grill on the go, and ignite your taste buds anywhere you are hungry, with the Char-Broil Grill2Go X200! This roadworthy powerhouse doesn’t mind getting tossed around; its rugged construction and latching lid are built to survive the adventure; whether that means canyon camping or competitive tailgating. Built-in, push-button ignition requires no batteries to ignite a 9,500 BTU burner powered by a small and easily portable 16.4 oz. disposable LP cylinder, while the no flare-up TRU-Infrared cooking system cooks even in the coldest climates The Char-Broil Grill2Go x200 is a simple and lightweight tabletop grill that enables you to cook your favorite foods while fishing, tailgating, camping, or relaxing at the beach – with the high quality that only Char-Broil TRU Infrared can deliver in a portable grill. The perfectly portable grill weighs less than 20 pounds, but don’t let the size fool you: with 200 square inches of cooking surface, you can grill burgers or hotdogs for more than a carload full of friends! With convenient push-button ignition, this travel grill quickly heats up to grill burgers, chicken, vegetables, and more! The Grill2Go x200 even features a die-cast firebox and aluminum lid built to survive the adventure away from home. The lid is hinged to the rest of the grill to keep things simple when you have limited space but want to cook, the large handle allows you to open and close the lid safely and easily. When it’s time to go, packing up is hassle-free with the securely latching top and dual Cool-Touch heat-resistant handles. Quality rust-resistant and durable steel construction with a black porcelain finish helps to extend the life of your grill – plus, the stainless steel cooking grate is a snap to clean. How TRU-Infrared Works All Char-Broil TRU-Infrared grills generate a minimum of 65 percent infrared heat, which is evenly spread across the entire cooking surface to cook food — without drying — at temperatures that range from simmer to sear. Unlike traditional gas grills that use convective heat (hot air) to cook food, Char-Broil’s TRU-Infrared grills limit the hot air flow and use natural, radiant heat to cook food directly without drying. While convective heat destroys food’s moisture barrier, infrared heat penetrates it without drying and locks in natural juices and flavors. Char-Broil’s TRU-Infrared cooking system virtually eliminates flare-ups while producing very even heat (no hot or cold spots). Additional Features Ignition tucked inside right front leg to protect from damage Hood-mounted temperature gauge 200 sq. in. total cooking surface Stainless steel grilling grate/li> 9,500 BTU main burner Easily converted for use with a 20 lb. tank (sold separately – Char-Broil model 5584623) Grill size: 23.7″W x 15.7″D x 13.6″H Weighs 20 lbs.



Advantages of the propane grill

  1. the ignition is made easily, smoke-free or at any risk;
  2. it can be used in any outdoor conditions – rain, cold, wind, snow;
  3. ignition is done whenever it is needed and does not require the maintenance of the jar for successive tranches;
  4. working with propane the barbecue goes well and in winter, at very low temperatures, so that the barbecue pre-preparation is no longer the summer months;
  5. does not require permanent supervision.

Maintenance of the propane grills

  • Before using the propane grills for the first time, allow the grill burners to burn for approx. Fifteen minutes maximum before actually putting the products on the grill. This is necessary to remove any residual residue from the manufacturing process.
  • Before switching on the gas grill, grease the grill with oil each time, to prevent the grill from sticking to the hot grill. By burning, the products will adhere to the barbecue and will then be difficult to remove (recommended with a fattier oil for frying).
  • Regularly clean the gas grill: the grill is removed from the gas grill when it is still warm and clean; rinse with water, sprinkle with a cleaning solution, allow some time to act, and rinse well with water.
  • Removing the leftovers on the grill and cleaning the flavor bars is very simple. Start the burning by cleaning (hold all burners of the gas grill burning simultaneously with the lid closed for 15 minutes) after the effective use of the propane grills. By burning, any debris will turn to ash, and the grill can be immediately cleaned with a brush for cleaning.

What should you know before buying propane grills?

  1. With a simple push of a button and the opening of a gas faucet, you have a quick and easily controllable heat source within reach;
  2. You can adjust the temperature and other baking parameters depending on the type of preparation to be baked, considering that each type of meat has its optimal cooking time (eg, the chicken will fry much faster than pork or beef), and vegetables faster even than chicken);
  3. The investment is slightly higher than for the charcoal grill because you need a special grill;
  4. You definitely need a gas bottle, which can be filled after exhaustion;
  5. The rapid ignition and the fact that you are exempt from lighters, boxes of matches, the gathering of peas and maps to start the fire to burn the coal (after which you will have to wait a while)
  6. For cleaning, it is sufficient to wipe the surface of the propane grills with a metal brush.