Freestanding Red Gas Grill
Whether you're grilling up steaks and cheeseburgers for an outdoor party or slow cooking pork for a memorable family dinner, the Element gas grill offers multiple cooking options in one innovative package. Its smart design, sleek looks, and heavy-duty cast alloy controls make the Element a welcome alternative to traditional kettle or gas grills. The Element grill was designed by Fuego's chief designer, Robert Brunner. Former director of Industrial Design at Apple Computers. Robert created a product that has reinvented grilling.
Use these filters to select the type of fuel for you gas grill. Choose between propane grills and natural gas grills.
Use the following filter to find a grill with the number of burners you desire. More burners typically equate to a larger sized grill. Some grills also offer more burners of smaller size in order to allow the user to utilize different cooking styles such as direct and indirect heat.
|Number of Burners||2|
Most grills come with one of two types of burner configurations either conventional or infrared. Conventional is the standard and most common configuration. It lights a flamed burner that heats a cooking grate which then cooks the food. Infrared burners heat up through an infrared element that then heats a cooking grate which then cooks the food. The appeal of the infrared burner is that they reduce flare ups and vaporize any dripping to add flavor back into the food. Yet the grills with infrared burners are typically more expensive. Some grills also come with a hybrid configuration of both conventional and infrared.
|Burner Configuration||All Conventional|
Select the type of grill you want from the widest selection of gas grills for all uses. Our offering includes post mount grills for a more permanent yet durable approach, portable grills for camping and picnics, and our most popular, grills on carts.
|Gas Grill Type||Portable|
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|Category||Gas Grills - 2585|