Kuuma Profile Electric Grill

Kuuma Profile Electric Grill


The Kuuma Profile Electric Grill is the perfect portable grill in areas with limited storage space.


  • 145 square inches of cooking area
  • Designed for standard 110V electrical outlet
  • Can be mounted to any Kuuma rail, rod or pedestal mount
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The Kuuma Profile 150 Grill is the perfect portable grill for the chef with limited storage space. Its compact size is perfect for when space is at a premium. Profile grills can be easily transported and can also be mounted to any Kuuma rail, rod or pedestal mount.


  • Dimensions: 22"L x 12"D x 8"H
  • Weight: 12lbs
  • BTU: N/A
  • Cooking Surface Area: 145 square inches
  • 700°F + on cooking surface
  • Designed for standard 110V electrical outlet
  • 15 Amp Circuit
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