Originally Posted by wmtire
Thanks Karen, I'll look into it. I'll see if that helps my attitude about my 360. I want to like it, but just can't seem to. It is bulky and heavy, and each cooking area just seems to be too small for my needs.
I took it out in the pontoon boat a few times this summer, and used it when we beached on the side of the river. However, I ended up buying a regulator/adapter that let me use 1lb propane bottles with the low pressure sidekick grill that came with my RV, then rigged up u-bolts that let me hang the sidekick from the side of the boat off of the rails. I liked this setup even better as I could store the sidekick in a seat hatch whereas the 360 was too big and had to be used on shore.
I'm a grill junkie, and at last count own 8. They all have their own strengths and weaknesses, but I haven't found that "one" just yet.
It is a heavy grill, considering they advertise how great it is for tailgating. We have the weber that Kenny loves to cook on, but there are times when I want to grill quickly. The grill mat has made me fall in love with it for sure. I have this one set up on my back porch, and the charcoal one is out in the yard. I love that it has three separate controls, so I only have to use the ones I need.
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