Can a portable gas grill be sexy? After using the nomadiQ, we say, Oh, yeah.
The nomadiQ is a pretty sexy little setup. It’s lightweight (12 pounds) and portable (the folded size is 16 inches wide by 14 inches high and 6 inches thick). It transports and sets up easily, whether you’re out in your own yard or camping, RVing, boating, or heading out to the beach or a park.
The press product description explains that unlike most portable grills, the nomadiQ is unique with two independent grilling surfaces, each encompassing almost 5,000 BTU. Each grilling side can be controlled individually by knobs positioned on the side, which allows for foods that require different cooking temperatures, or for simply keeping food warm. And you can switch off one side if you’re running low on fuel or cooking for one (yeah, that would be me).
There are two grilling surfaces, each approximately 110 square inches for a total surface cooking area of 226 inches. And the grilling surfaces are easy to remove, clean, and replace.
The little rig connects to a standard portable gas tank (a common propane fuel tank is Coleman’s 16-ounce tank, which gives approximately three hours of grilling life); with an adapter, the nomadiQ grill can also be connected to a 20-pound tank or directly to an RV for extra cooking hours.
Whatever you’re up to with your family this Fourth, grill safe.
For more information, visit nomadiqgrills.com
Photography: (All images) courtesy nomadiQ