June 16, 2006 There’s something about tending a barbeque that makes it difficult to be unhappy which probably accounts for why the practice of tailgating gets more popular each year. So popular in fact that in recent times it seems to have spawned an array of purpose-built devices from a complete US$10,000 gourmet kitchen in trailer form, through the comprehensively appointed US$3000 Chill-n-Grill tailgate set that comes with a cooker, cooler CD player, radio and integrated speakers. Freedom Grill’s business model seems to be dedicated to turning the whole world into everyone’s backyard, and they took the concept one step further with the extremely popular US$800 detachable, vehicle-mounted FG-100 that was perfect for SUVs, Pickups, and RVs. But US$800 is still a lot of money, so we’re chuffed that they’ve developed a proletarian model with almost the same functionality and a US$300 price.
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