The O-Grill 3000 is a rather unusual name for a portable gas grill. I have still no idea, why the company call themselves O-Grill but that is not so important. Rather, this portable grill is a real wonder in terms of design, ease of use and portability. I would certainly recommend this grill along with the Fuego Element as your Top 2 choices of products to consider if you want something lightweight but grills well too.
If you dislike the orange colour, don’t worry there are 5 more other colours to choose from.
Features That I Like
There are a few things I really like about the O-Grill 3000:
When I first bought it I was pretty surprised how light it was although I must add that the Fuego Element is lighter but still the fact that I can carry it with me around like a briefcase makes it really easy and convenient to bring around. I’ve weigh the O-Grill 3000 and it is about 24 pounds. The other thing that contributes to its weight is the stamped steel body. The problem with the stamped steel construction is that it is a bit more fragile. So don’t throw it around!
Good Cooking Area Surface
I was pretty surprised that it had quite a large cooking area of 225 square inches. I know that the Solaire Anywhere and Fuego Element have smaller cooking areas which is a bit of a problem if you are cooking for 4 people. I was quite surprised when it could handle half a dozen chicken thighs with enough room to spare for 2 pieces of steak! In fact you can fit more depending on the size of your meat or cooking pieces. So the larger than expected cooking area is definitely one plus point for me.
But I do warn you not to cook too large pieces of meat or chicken as this thing cannot handle too much weight.
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Easy To Setup, Easy To Store
This two criteria is what I want in an ultraportable gas grill. The O-Grill 300 definitely fits that criteria. All you got to do is open up two sides of the clamped shell sides, unlock the handle, bring the lid up, attach your gas tank to it and push the ignition button and you are ready! If you want to store turn it off, let it cool down, bring the lid down and close the 2 clamp shell sides and you are done! Even my 4 year old nephew could do this by himself.
The size of this grill and the black handles make it easy to bring around and store anywhere in your house. Your friends will be amazed how easy it is to use the O-Grill 3000
This last and final criteria is A MUST! I have been bringing the O-Grill 3000 to beaches, campfires and hikes and after a year it still grills wonderfully. Heat is excellent and is even enough. I can get some really nice sears as well. You won’t be disappointed!
Easy To Clean
You should know that I hate cleaning a grill after using. It is one of those greatest pains that you got to do especially if you don’t wanna waste money spending on a new grill if your old one gives up because of poor maintenance and no cleaning. Grease doesn’t attach so easily here and cleanup is really easy as you won’t find too many difficult to reach corners. There is also a drip tray for fat.
I would say that this is my favourite portable gas grill. The large cooking area makes the O-Grill 3000 a clear winner for me. The Fuego Element comes in a close second. At the price you pay, it is definitely a worthwhile investment.
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[...] grills that have superb heating but weighs almost less than half of it like the Fuego Element or O-grill 3000. It is a bit on the heavy side so i wouldn’t suggest lugging this around to go grilling in [...]