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Fuego Element Portable Gas Grill
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- Compact gas-powered grill for hassle-free transport to the beach, tailgating parties, camping sites, and more
- Molded handle; red travel band locks lid in place for ease of transport
- Variable control valve keeps control in cooking, while the steel cooking lid keeps food warm
- 159-square-inch of grill space; enamel coated steel cooking grate
- Weighs 13 pounds; measures 19 x 12.75 x 9 inches (LxWxH); 1-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 12.75 x 19 inches|
|Shipping Weight||14.75 pounds|
EP01AMG Features: -8,000 BTU. -Carrying strap. -350 to 650 Degree F cooking. -Compact design. -The grill is powered by liquid propane from either 16.4 or 14.1 ounce canisters. Product Type: -Gas grill. Installation Location: -Portable. Finish: -Black. Material: -Metal. Fuel Type: -Propane. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -9". Overall Width - Side to Side: -19". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -12.75". Overall Product Weight: -13 lbs.
The compact, carry-anywhere Fuego Element Portable gas grill gives you the freedom to grill your favorites wherever you roam--whether it's the beach, a tailgating party, a campsite, or a friend's home. Featuring patent-pending fold-and-lock legs that double as a handle and weighing only 15 pounds, the Element Portable is easy to transport. A stylish red travel band locks the legs in place and an optional shoulder strap attaches to the handle, which frees both hands for carrying other essentials.
The Element Portable boasts a powerful 8,000 BTU stainless steel burner--a significant amount of quick heat, given its compact size. And unlike the standard circular grilling surface on traditional travel grills, the Element Portable features 159 square inches of rectangular cooking space that gives the outdoor chef more room to feed a hungry crowd.
Innovative features such as a grease management system enable you to unscrew and remove a dishwasher-safe tray for easy clean up. Additionally, a variable temperature control valve with a quick push start igniter allows for precise temperature control while grilling. The Element Portable also offers anodized aluminum legs for extra protection against the natural elements. A powder-coated steel lid is included with the unit to protect the surface from dust and debris, along with an enamel-coated cast iron grill grate to keep food extra hot.
The grill is powered by liquid propane from either 16.4- or 14.1-ounce canisters, and it fires up to 8,000 BTU with a high-low temperature setting of 350 to 650 degrees F. It measures 19 x 12.75 x 9 inches (LxWxH) and weighs 13 pounds. Add an optional flat griddle plate, shoulder strap, and neoprene travel bag to complete your Element Portable grill experience. It's backed by a 1-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Element Portable grill; cooking lid; red travel band; grease collection cup; control valve with gas connector; operating instructions
Includes red travel band and control valve with gas connector (propane canister not included; view larger).
Nicely compact for travel or for use in small spaces
Top customer reviews
Haven't had it long enough to comment on longevity of the spark starter but even my home grill has problems and after time just needs to be lit by a lighter/match.
The one comment about the design I don't like is the handle. It adds a few inches to the depth when being stored. I plan on just running a piece of metal cable instead of the handle. It really will save about 2-3 inches of depth when being stored.
Just before throwing it away, I decided to enlarge the orifice. Searching online for the right combination of grill surface area, btu's, and orifice size, I thought a #60 drill (0.040 inch) was about right (that was also the smallest I had). This is somewhat larger than the existing orifice.
I removed the brass orifice, held it with vise grips and drilled. The brass is soft, so drilling is easy.
Put it back together and tested.
WOW! Big, perfectly controllable flame. We used to run it at the max setting; now we're usually down around the second dot on the dial, but it can be turned down to a consistent, tiny blue flame if desired. We've used it successfully a dozen times now in varied environments.
We use it in an RV. It is stored sitting on its deployed legs. So, we don't care about all of the other legitimate complaints about the band, drip collector, vertical carrying, etc.
The design is so stunningly perfect for our application, that I'm extremely happy the functionality was salvageable.