The only portable grill tested that came with a bag for transport. The Petit Gourmet is super portable, light and easy to carry with one hand. Its legs tuck in nicely and flush to the rest of the design, which made it the easiest grill to transport even without its bag. The Petit Gourmet got to join a lot more fun adventures than the other grills tested because it is so ultralight and convenient to carry. The bag is nice, too, just in case a few crumbs spill out. Though this grill isn't extremely powerful, it does grill nice and evenly.
They are not all created equal by far. Some portable grill designs definitely put more thought into the design and functionality of their grill drip trays. The Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Grill2Go X200 had the largest and most user friendly drip tray. The Weber Q 1000's drip tray wasn't very wind resistant and the Coleman NXT 50's drip tray leaked. The Coleman RoadTrip LXE has a drip tray that you cannot take out with a 16.4 oz propane canister attached and the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet had the smallest drip tray of all the grills tested.
We also offer rv grill bumper mounts for the Weber Q series rv grills, as well as a universal rv grill flat tray bumper mount. The Weber Q series packages DO NOT include grill.