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Fuego Element Portable Grill

Fuego Element Portable Grill

We've loved Fuego's prior grills, but they all had one problem: they were stationary. The Fuego Element Portable Grill ($150) overcomes this limitation by using a totable body that features built-in legs that fold up to become handles, a red travel band to hold everything together when you're on the move, and an adjustable canvas shoulder strap for hands-free lugging. It's got a cast iron grill grate, push button ignition, an 8,000 BTU stainless steel burner, nearly 160 square inches of cooking area, and a dishwasher-safe tray to catch runoff, all inside a museum-quality design.

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