A10-801

Magma Connoisseur Series Gas Grills

Magma Connoisseur Series Gas Grills

Description

The Magma Connoisseur Series Gas Grills offer the cooking performance only found in large back yard grills that cost much more.

Features

  • Has fold away legs for onshore cooking
  • Funnels grease into front access grease tray reducing flare-up and heat discoloration
  • Snap-out radiant plate is easy to clean
List Price
$209.98
Your Price
$195.30
In Stock

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With its fold-away legs this grill has the go-anywhere capability to enhance your outdoor activities on-board or on-shore. Engineered to the same quality standard as our larger more expensive grills yet priced for the boater who doesn't want to substitute quality for cost. It has a pleasing appearance and is designed for performance. This 9" x 12" grill has 108 Sq. In. of grilling area, is constructed entirely of 18-9 mirror polished marine grade stainless steel, and is wind tested for even heat distribution for years of dependable service. Its fuel efficient design uses standard, disposable 1-lb. propane canisters or adapts to on-board LPG (propane) or CNG (natural gas) systems. Model uses single mount mounting hardware only. Grilling Area: 108 sq. in


  • Fold-Away legs - Perfect for that quick picnic on shore.
  • Inner Safety Shell - Funnels grease into front access grease tray reducing flare-up and heat discoloration.
  • 100% 18-9 mirror polished stainless steel - For lasting beauty and superior corrosion resistance.
  • Convenient Snap-out radiant plate - Allows quick, easy clean-up and perfect even heat distribution.
  • Oversized perfectly balanced lockable lid - Won't slam shut and secures all inner components for transport.
  • Full-length handle - Gives access from either side and makes mounting and transport easy.
  • Front access, lock-in-place grease tray.
  • Swiveling valve/ regulator - Allows quick and safe gas bottle exchange.
  • Magma offers the largest selection of mounting options and accessories to customize your grill to your boat.
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