I had one of these that was a hand me down and had already been well used. When I was a tent camper it served as my kitchen and survived a lot of camp outs. Now that I have an RV I would still rather... Show More. cook outside and I love thiis set up. When my old grill box fell apart (from poor maintence from the previous owner) I never considered any other cooking system and went straight to my nearest dealer to get a new one. The three burner stove was still in good shape and I could have just replaced the bbq box but I elected to get the complete Big Gas Grill because I know it will last longer than I will need it to. Keep up the good work.
The Big Gas Grill will be the heart of your outdoor kitchen. Three powerful 30,000 BTU burners, 608 sq. inches of ample cooking space, and available accessories will enable you to cook with confidence. The removable legs and folding side shelf make transportation easy. The included Deluxe BBQ Grill Box features a specially designed heat diffusion system and a pre-seasoned cast iron grill grate that sears perfectly. Remove the Deluxe BBQ Grill Box and replace with any Camp Chef 16” Accessory for added versatility.
- Includes Professional Barbecue Grill Box for 3 Burner Stove
- Matchless ignition
- Burner housing limits hot/cold spots and gives extra wind protection
- Regulator and 3 ft. hose included
- Removable/adjustable legs for storage
- Out of the box ready to cook in seconds
- Emergency preparedness recommended
- Fully adjustable heat-control knobs
- Single deluxe folding shelf
- Includes 16"x24" Professional BBQ grill box accessory (BB90L) with True Seasoned Finish cast iron grill grate
Grill Box Features
- Cast iron grill grates
- Specially designed heat diffuser plates turn flame into infrared heat and instantly vaporizes grease drippings
- Fits all Camp Chef 16" stoves
- Lid damper valve helps control heat and smoke while sealing in the flavor
- Built-in temperature gauge
- Hinged Lid and lid handle for convenient opening and latch locks lid and grates down for transportation
- Out of the box ready to cook in seconds
- True Seasoned Finish cast iron grill grate holds the heat and sears the meat
- Three cast-aluminum 30,000 BTU burners
- Stove Dimensions: 16" x 38"
- Cooking Area: 608 sq in
- Cooking Height: 30"
- Total Output: 90,000 BTU
- Weight: 49 lbs.
- Warranty: One Year
Grill Box Specifications
- Cooking Dimensions: 16" x 24" (384 sq. in)
- Overall Dimensions: 16" x 24" x 7"
- Weight: 33 lbs.
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