Grilling just got a lot easier with the new nomadiQ, the ultimate, portable, lightweight gas grill, allowing you to grill anywhere at any time. The nomadiQ weighs just 12 pounds, but, despite its size, it is mighty. Transport easily and grill anywhere you please — campsites, in RVs, on boats, in parks, in small apartments, at the beach, on road trips and more. City dwellers without outdoor space can use the nomadiQ as a tabletop grill indoors.
Setting it apart from most portable grills, the nomadiQ has two independent grilling surfaces, each with almost 5,000 BTU. Each side can be controlled individually with knobs on the side. The dual-temperature control is perfect for foods that require different temperatures, or for keeping food warm. Turn off one side if cooking a small amount.
Folded, the grill measures 16 inches wide, 14 inches high and 6 inches thick, meaning portability is a breeze. Each of the individual grilling surfaces measure approximately 110 square inches, for a total of 226 inches of grill space. So, while it may be small, there is still a good bit of grill space to meet your needs. The grilling surfaces are easy to remove, clean and replace.
As a gas grill, the nomadiQ connects to a standard portable gas tank. Coleman’s 16-ounce tank gives the grill approximately three hours of life. With an adapter, it can connect to a larger, 20-pound tank or an RV.
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