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Kuuma Profile Gas Grill

Kuuma Profile Gas Grill

Description

The Kuuma Profile Gas Grill is the perfect portable grill for areas with limited storage space.

Features

  • 145 square inches of cooking surface
  • Disposable or larger refillable tanks
  • Can be mounted to any Kuuma rail, rod or pedestal mount
List Price
$239.75
Your Price
$156.64
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Details

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.

Features:

  • 24"L x 10"D x 8"H
  • Weight: 12lbs
  • BTU: 9,000
  • Cooking Surface Area: 145 square inches
  • Designed for high pressure propane
  • Disposable or larger refillable tanks
  • 1" - 20 Throwaway Cylinder Threads
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kuuma Profile Gas Grill 58121 Profile gas grill with regulator
$156.64
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Grill Cover/Tote Duffle Style 58300 Stow N' go grill cover/tote duffle style
$31.77
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Kuuma In/Outboard Rail Grill Mount 58182 In/outboard rail grill mount
$41.26
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Kuuma 60 Degree Rod Holder Grill Mount 58180 Rod holder grill mount, 60 degrees
$42.74
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Grill Cover Tote 58303 Stow N' go grill cover tote for elite gas grill
$45.28
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Grill Food Trays 58231 Stow N' go grill food tray for compact stow N' go grills
$48.96
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Kuuma Universal Rail Grill Mount 58183 Universal rail grill mount, vertical/horizontal/round/square rail
$54.19
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Kuuma Pedestal Grill Mount 58184 Pedestal grill mount
$79.24
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