The Gastar miGrill Tabletop Gas Grill with Built-in Speakers

by Ally

If you’re looking for a new grill for this summer, this would be a great one to consider.  First of all it has the retro feel to it and it comes in great colors.  Then it also serves as an iPod dock to keep your tunes going while you’re outdoors grilling.   This gas grill would be a great way to keep you and any guests entertained, in more than one way.  First of all because no one can resist well made food fresh off the grill, plus the music would be a great way to spend a warm summer day.

The speakers themselves are powered by 4 AA batteries or you can use the included adapter and plug it in.   The grill also features a cooking surface and drip pan that is dishwasher safe to make clean up a bit more easy for you.  The built-in speakers are said to be powerful and will not only work with iPods, but any other type of MP3 player as well.  It is available in red, black as well as silver. The Gastar miGrill Tabletop Gas Grill is being sold for $129 from Meijer.

Source: Gizmodiva

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Tuesday’s Gadget Thumbnails » Coolest Gadgets Says: March 17, 2009 at 7:57 am

[...] The Gastar miGrill Tabletop Gas Grill with Built-in Speakers [...]

katie Says: April 11, 2011 at 3:49 am

Can anyone tell me why you would want speakers attached to your grill? Sounds like a nifty concept but heat is bad for speakers, but you’re attaching them to something that gets hot. Did the designers plan for this and insulate it well? And where are you storing your grill; in a car or shed that tends to get hot? Not to mention I can get rather messy while cooking and I can only imagine that grease is not good for speakers either. You can get a portable gas grill for $40 – $60, you can get portable speakers for $10 – $25. This sounds cool, and I have never actually tried it and cannot say anything about the durability, but save yourself some money and get them separately, that way you can listen to music while doing activities other than grilling.

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