This Is the Most Popular Grill on Amazon Right Now

The shoppers have spoken.

June 21, 2018
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We know; picking the perfect grill is a pretty personal decision. Charcoal or gas? Should you shell out for stainless steel? And what about that kamado grill Ted Allen loves? Well, there is another path to picking the perfect backyard cooker — Amazon. If you need a second opinion or rely heavily on online reviews to make a decision, you'll want to take a look at this best-selling grill. Nearly 5,000 reviews can’t be wrong, right? Let’s break it down.

Amazon’s most popular grill of the season is the Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE (pictured above). That’s a fancy way of saying a portable propane grill ideal for tailgating, picnicking and camping, according to Amazon’s website. This grill folds up with a metal handle for easy transporting and lifts and locks into place in just a couple moves.

Reviewers admit this isn’t the most powerful grill on the planet, but it’s pretty great for its size. The grill has about 70 BTUs per square inch (the recommended amount is 80-100) and 285 square inches of grilling space. It’s powerful enough to cook a meal for four, so you might want to save it for weeknights and family camping trips.

The most common sentiment in reviews is how easy the grill is to use. According to reviewers it takes just 20 minutes to set up and is easy to clean. Plus, for prices as low as $136, this grill falls in the mid-range of Amazon’s bestsellers. If you're looking for a grill that's perfect for weeknights and grilling beyond your backyard, this could be right for you. For a big backyard barbecue, you'll probably want something more powerful.

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