Koolatron 401-596 White 12 volt Auto Grill

June 27, 2013 - Comment

The Koolatron 12 Volt travel and grill cooks from frozen and gives you delicious meals on the go in just minutes. Powered directly from your cigarette lighter, this innovative product uses only 15 amps of power. The top and bottom panels are heated grilling surfaces, which ensure your food cooks faster. The sloped design allows

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The Koolatron 12 Volt travel and grill cooks from frozen and gives you delicious meals on the go in just minutes. Powered directly from your cigarette lighter, this innovative product uses only 15 amps of power. The top and bottom panels are heated grilling surfaces, which ensure your food cooks faster. The sloped design allows all the excess fat from your food to drain away. The drip tray is removable and very simple to clean.

Product Features

  • Full featured grill and creates delicious meals
  • Sloped grill drains away the fat
  • Floating hinge accommodates various thicknesses
  • Cooks from frozen
  • Top and bottom grilling surfaces

Comments

Jason Mulgrew "Nass" says:

good ham steak, but miss my family The family and I were taking a road trip through New Mexico when I got that sudden and familiar urge: I need ham. I had my wife Laura grab a nice, thick ham steak from the cooler at her feet. She offered to grill it for me, as I was driving at all, but in my family there’s only one person that handles the grill, and that is me. My daughter Layla and my son Cody said they wanted hot dogs, so I threw them on the grill too.Despite having different meat products, the Koolatron was cooking the ham and hot dogs evenly, and there was so much space I could have put another dog on there. I took my ham steak off first and it was really good: the Koolatron allowed the meat to retain much of its moisture and succulence.Unfortunately, just as I was giving the hot dogs one final turn, I lost control of my vehicle, on I-40 about 30 miles west of Tucumcari. I don’t remember much of the accident, just waking up in a hospital bed a few days later. It was then that I learned that…

Spidey says:

Warm to the touch. I work for a utility company and I work out in the field. So I spend about $250 a month on lunch usually fast food or at a diner depending on the area I am at. Then I came across this grill. I thought wow I could to save some money using this grill. Got the grill followed the instruction and the hot plates were only warm to the touch. I did not even try to cook with it because it was just not hot enough.

M. Simmons says:

So Hot its Kool so Kool its hot! For centuries, man has longed for the ability to cook while driving. With the advent of the Koolatron 401-596 (I can only imagine the countless hours focus groups must have logged to come up with that name), that dream has finally become a reality.No longer constrained to the physical boundaries of a ‘kitchen’, or the archaic mores of ‘safety’, one can finally enjoy the freedom of careening down the highway at 85 mph (please check with your local municipality for the legality of these speeds) while grilling various meat products. And what of the oils from said meat products? Why, the sloped design allows them to just melt away into the (included) drip tray! What could be safer than hot grease in a moving vehicle? Certainly, no one has ever spilled anything liquid in a car before! Safe as milk, it is!So free yourself from the tyranny of non-mobile cooking today with a Koolatron 401-596.

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