Grill Recommendations?

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  1. Norfolk

    Norfolk Just let me fix this one last thing.....

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    I'm trying to decide between 2 grills I can use for camping, or at home.... and I need some advise!

    The Coleman grill is a little cheaper, and a little more compact. What I don't like about it is the inability to close the lid while cooking (to keep smoke down and retain heat):
    http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=3657605

    The "Perfect Flame" grill is Lowe's house-brand. Its only slightly higher than the coleman.. but will take up a lot more space for storage and set-up. Biggest advantage is that I can close the lid while cooking:
    http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?action=productDetail&productId=274674-46487-GST2114&lpage=none

    I'm sure I'll use this at home more than I will for camping, but I just can't decide how important it is to have a grill with a lid.
    Any suggestions/advise would me most appreciated :)

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  2. dvdhunting8

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    I recently purchased a perfect flame stainless grill at walmart. Item #hbt822wa. This grill is great - highly recommend . it even has a lid that locks when transporting and folding legs

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  3. Norfolk

    Norfolk Just let me fix this one last thing.....

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    Thanks for the tip, Dave! I bought one today and had it assembled and ready to go in less than an hour. It is head and shoulders above anything else in that price range.

    '64 Jack of all trades
    '97 Grand Cherokee
    '89 Coleman Laramie

    If it can't be fixed with bondo, duct tape, or coat hanger wire -- it can't be fixed!
     

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