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Old 05-25-2014, 07:11 AM   #449
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I got mine way cheaper - $180 at Mountain Equipment Coop. Those amazon prices are too high. The legs do fold and it fits into our storage sideways. I'll try to measure it later and will post numbers for you.

Here's the product link from MEC: Magma Wilderness Gas Grill - Mountain Equipment Co-op. Free Shipping Available


Many thanks Andy, we have an MEC store just a mile or two from home so I'll see if they have one there!

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Old 05-25-2014, 07:18 AM   #450
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I just measured mine. It's the Magma Cabo and it is 10x10x18.

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Usually measurements are length x width x height, but I'm thinking yours is width x height x length. Correct? I'm asking because the height it my main concern.Thanks for the info.
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Old 06-01-2014, 09:50 AM   #451
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After reading the last couple of pages of posts I opted for the Amazon.com : Napoleon PTSS165P Marine Grill LP, Stainless Steel : Freestanding Grills : Patio, Lawn & Garden Just tried it out and works well, packs up very nicely and is small compared to my old Weber.
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Old 06-01-2014, 10:26 AM   #452
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I feel a little dirty - after our last camping trip I did decide that I needed a gas cooking appliance after all. Not so much for grilling, but for eggs and pancakes in the morning. I love my charcoal, but with the kids, it just takes too long to develop usable, adjustable heat.

After much research I went out today and picked up a Magma Marine Grill with the skillet insert. Tried it this afternoon in the backyard with some simple asparagus with olive oil and I am impressed. Very even heat, a breeze to clean.

And the stainless steel goes well with the Airstream.

Does anyone know whats involved in adapting this grill from the little (LP) bottles to either the trailer system or at least a 20-LB bottle and what adapters might be required?
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Old 06-01-2014, 12:15 PM   #453
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Does anyone know whats involved in adapting this grill from the little (LP) bottles to either the trailer system or at least a 20-LB bottle and what adapters might be required?
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Old 06-02-2014, 10:48 AM   #454
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Don't put the webber grills in the car with you. They sound like someone dropping a bag of hub caps off a building when you hit a bump.

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Old 06-03-2014, 08:15 AM   #455
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I just listed my Cobb Premier Grill on the St. Louis Craigslist site. I'm asking $99.00 plus shipping. It is in very good condition, and clean. It comes with Cobb Grill "On The Go" recipe book. If anyone is interested, you can PM me or go to the St. Louis Craigslist site under "General For Sale by Owner".
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Old 06-03-2014, 09:36 AM   #456
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I have a Magma Grill om my boat and it is great, for the Airstream I have a Weber Q which also doubles as the home grill. The Weber is on a stand and easy to setup, both would server any camper well.
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I just got a Groupon offer for the Cobb grill: https://www.touchofmodern.com/sales/...aol.com&open=1 is hooked up to my email, doesn't matter, but if you order one make sure the name and address info is correct.
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Old 06-06-2014, 03:48 PM   #458
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This is a long thread and I didn't read the whole thing, so pardonez-moi if I'm repeating anything...

I've used Magmas on my boats for years. Good quality stuff. There are some Magma knockoffs that carry the Kuuma name - not bad grills, thinner metal,, less convenient (the regulator can't be removed from the grill) but not nearly as nice as the Magma units, which can indeed be spendy.

We've been using a fairly inexpensive grill at home for just the two of us, and it's worked out well enough that we plan to take it with us in the trailer. It has the Cuisinart brand on it, but it may be available under other names as well. The legs fold up, and it's convenient to leave the 16oz propane bottle connected when you fold up the legs and put it in its carrying tote. It's tabletop only, and we will be setting it up on an Ikea folding patio table. Fast warmup, nice even heat, good control.

Amazon.com : Cuisinart CGG-180T Petit Gourmet Portable Tabletop Gas Grill : Outdoor Tabletop Grills : Patio, Lawn & Garden

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Many thanks Andy, we have an MEC store just a mile or two from home so I'll see if they have one there!

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Crap. Life got busy and I forgot to measure and post the results - I am sorry.

What I do know is that we really like this grill, we use it with the optional griddle plate for everything from pancakes to risotto, and that it fits into our storage cabinet (1984 International 34') without any trouble. The only pain are these little gas bottles, empty after three days.



Risotto on the grill
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I refill by 1# bottles from the 20# one at home using the refill adapter. It saves money, refilling form the bigger tank, and saves throwing away a reusable product.
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