Snow Peak Grill Burner

Snow Peak Grill Burner
Snow Peak Grill Burner
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Grill Burner by Snow Peak
With the included cast iron griddle, Snow Peak's Grill Burner provides a consistent hot surface for cooking meats low and slow. It integrates into Snow Peak's Iron Grill Table System for a clean, sleek, sophisticated, and incredibly organized kitchen at your campsite, but you can use the Grill Burner by itself with a fuel canister. With an 8oz canister, the Grill Burner has a burn time of ninety minutes, because you have a lot of time on your hands when you're camping, and you might as well use that time by cooking a steak worthy of being served at the finest restaurants. Snow Peak made the burner out of steel for long-lasting durability, and the griddle is cast iron with silicon paint for heat-resistance where you want it. The Grill Burner also includes a water pan for easy cleaning afterwards, and a binding band keeps the burner, pan, and griddle packed neatly in the storage case.

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