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Kuuma Stow N' Go Gas Grills

Kuuma Stow N' Go Gas Grills

Description

The Kuuma Stow N' Go Gas Grills offer premium-quality construction and convenient portability.

Features

  • 160 square inches of cooking area
  • Designed for high pressure propane
  • Lightweight and portable
List Price
$210.77
Your Price
$157.41
In Stock

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The Kuuma Stow N' Go 125 Grill is an outstanding grill that offers premium-quality construction and convenient portability. Its compact size is perfect for when space is at a premium. Stow N' Go grills can be easily transported and can also be mounted to any Kuuma rail, rod or pedestal mount.

  • 19.75"L x 11.25"D x 11"H
  • Weight: 14.5lbs
  • BTU: 9,000
  • Cooking Surface Area: 125 square inches
  • Designed for high pressure propane- disposable or larger refillable tanks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kuuma Stow N' Go Gas Grills 58140 Stow N' go gas grill with regulator, 9,000BTU
$157.41
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Gas Grills 58130 Stow n' go gas grill with regulator, 13,000BTU
$172.36
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Gas Grills 58131 Stow n' go gas grill with regulator, thermometer, and igniter, 13,000BTU
$193.55
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kuuma Universal Rail Grill Mount 58183 Universal rail grill mount, vertical/horizontal/round/square rail
$56.89
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Kuuma Premium Stainless Steel Fish & Veggie Tray 58380 Premium stainless steel fish & veggie tray with removable handle
$25.39
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Grill Cover/Tote Duffle Style 58300 Stow N' go grill cover/tote duffle style
$33.36
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Replacement Regulator 58275 Stow N' go replacement regulator, no orifice
$36.13
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Kuuma In/Outboard Rail Grill Mount 58182 In/outboard rail grill mount
$43.32
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Kuuma 60 Degree Rod Holder Grill Mount 58180 Rod holder grill mount, 60 degrees
$44.87
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Grill Cover Tote 58303 Stow N' go grill cover tote for elite gas grill
$47.56
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Kuuma Stow N' Go Grill Food Trays 58231 Stow N' go grill food tray for compact stow N' go grills
$51.44
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Kuuma Pedestal Grill Mount 58184 Pedestal grill mount
$83.20
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