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Kuuma Stow N' Go Elite Gas Grills

Kuuma Stow N' Go Elite Gas Grills

Description

The Kuuma Stow N' Go Elite Gas Grill includes a built-in thermometer and piezo igniter.

Features

  • 316 square inches of cooking surface
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Integral folding legs for tabletop use
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$367.00
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The 216 Elite Gas Grill features  improved airflow to guard against blowouts. Also, the new regulator box design allows more movement for your gas canister.

Features:

  • Includes Lift & Clean Liner & Warming Rack
  • Equipped with Stay-cool Handle & Latching Lid
  • Dimensions: 22"L/27"L x 15"D x 13"H
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