There are 3 Royal Gourmet ® models which are similar in appearance but different in sizes and functions. Those 3 models are GB2000, GB4000 and GB8000. Curious to know what set(s) them apart from one another and are there any common features they share? Read through this short article to help you find the answers.
For a small-sized family or limited space for outdoor cooking, a grill with both compact structure and good performance is exactly what you need. For such purpose, Royal Gourmet® 3-Burner Propane Gas Grill MG3000 would work perfectly. With most parts built of stainless steel, this grill is good-looking on the outside, and in terms of internal structure, it comes with almost all basic necessary functions with additional user-friendly design details. As far as I can see, its working performance is good enough for a small-sized family meal.
Among all Royal Gourmet® portable griddles, PD1200 seems to be another slightly different version of PD1300. The major and most noticeable difference is that the former has 2 burners while the latter comes with 3 burners. The size, therefore, also varies: PD1200 measures at 17.5'' L x 13.3''W with a total of 232 sq. in. in cooking space, while PD1300 is much larger with a cooking zone of 316 sq. in. measured at 23.6''L x 13.4'' W. Both are featured with a propane tank regulator. It should be noted that PD1200's regulator is designed for a 1 lb tank, whereas PD1300's regulator is for a 20 lb tank. Of course you can purchase an alternative regulator online for PD1200 to make it match the 20 lb tank if you like, as long as you ask for professional's advice beforehand as safety always comes first.
Royal Gourmet® has three different but very similar-looking dining carts. If you wonder what the differences are among the three models, you can read through this short article. Then you will probably know which model suits your need better.