Welcome to our in-depth review of the Kuuma Stow and Go Propane Tabletop and Mountable Grill – an impressively compact and portable grill that’s stirring up a lot of buzz among camping and boating enthusiasts alike.
In this article, we’ll be firing up the Kuuma grill to explore its features, evaluate its performance, and determine whether it truly delivers the sizzling experience you expect from a premium grill.
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Kuuma Stow and Go Propane Tabletop and Mountable Grill Features
Ease of Use and Portability
In my experience, the Kuuma Stow and Go Propane Tabletop and Mountable Grill proves to be a grill master’s delight. Its straightforward design and simplicity of use made it a cherished companion during many weekend boat outings. With its compact dimensions of 28″D x 13″W x 13″H and lightweight build, I found the grill extremely portable, making transportation from my home to the boat an effortless task. Its foldable legs further accentuated the ease of stow and go, while also allowing for an uncomplicated setup.
Power and Efficiency
When it comes to grilling performance, the 13,000 BTUs this grill dishes out are impressive. On a medium setting, a 1lb canister of propane would last almost 1.75 hours. This meant uninterrupted grilling sessions, often resulting in succulent steaks and juicy burgers that were always a hit with friends and family. Furthermore, its heat-up speed proved to be top-notch, making it ideal for impromptu grilling sessions.
Quality and Durability
Constructed entirely of stainless steel, the grill proved to be quite durable, resisting the wear and tear of constant use and weather exposure. While the material could have been a bit thicker for increased robustness, it held up exceptionally well for the numerous boating trips. However, the lid did tend to get hot, so using the handle while opening and closing it became a standard practice.
Maintenance and Cleaning
The grill is designed with a removable grease tray which made the cleaning process a lot easier. It is important to note that the grease catcher isn’t perfect, as I noticed the grease occasionally running out from the corners. A minor inconvenience for sure, but nothing a quick wipe couldn’t handle.
While the Kuuma Stow and Go Grill may not be the most advanced grill on the market, it strikes a perfect balance of portability, efficiency, and durability, making it a worthwhile addition to any boating or camping trip.