The Magma Marine Kettle 3 Gas Grill features a heavier gauge stainless steel line which is extremely durable and keeps the outer bowl cooler to the touch and helps maintain the beauty of the exterior grill.
Magma's first redesign of the Signature Grill Series in almost 12 years. Upgrades include the waterproof electronic pulse ignition that will light the first time, every time. Uses one AAA included battery. A heavier gauge stainless steel line which is extremely durable, keeps the outer bowl cooler to the touch and helps maintain the beauty of the exterior grill. Also, the highly reliable Control/Valve/Regulator.
Enhance your grilling experience with Magma's redesigned Marine Kettle 3 Combination Stove and Gas Grill. This versatile, portable grill includes
features that are both useful and user friendly.
Incorporated with a waterproof electronic ignition system, powered by a single "AAA" Alkaline battery (included), which lights first time, every time, and a newly redesigned Heavy-Duty inner safety shell that keeps the outside of the grill cooler, guards against discoloration, while adding years of life to the grill. And the mirror polished, 18-9 marine-grade stainless exterior finish provides superior corrosion resistance, in even the harshest environments. Dependable, even in a stiff breeze, due to a virtual blow-out proof turbo venturi tube design, heat distribution system and burner, which directs more heat to the cooking surface. While the style swiveling control valve / regulator, which greatly increases grilling performance, is designed to connect to 1lb. disposable propane fuel canisters and allows for quick, safe canister exchanges.
Grill can also be easily adapted to any existing on-board LPG (propane) or CNG (natural gas) fuel system. Additional features include a balanced hinged lid that won't slam shut as the boat rolls, polished, 18-9 Stainless Steel "Stay Cool" handle with air cooled supports, and indexing cast Stainless Steel L-bracket and clamp assembly to provide easier, more positive level mounting. These features combined with Magma's radiant plate and dome system, make this the only boat grill that is truly a grill, stove, or oven - a great advantage to boats without a galley, or if the crew just wants to cook outdoors.
Single mounted kettle gas grill
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|A10-207-3||Marine Kettle 3 Gas Grill, Original Size, 15"||
|A10-217-3||Marine Kettle 3 Gas Grill, Party Size, 17"||
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