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The Blacktop 360

Do you consider yourself amongst the elite, when it comes to outdoor entertaining? Well if you do, then you need to get yourself the all-in-one Blacktop360!
Not only can you use the infra-red grill to cook great burgers, hotdogs, sausages or what have you, but you can also cook buffalo wings, french fries, or onion rings via the built in deep fryer. Use the removable cutting board to chop and display burger toppings, sauté some onions on the griddle, and keep it all ready to serve on the warming station.
As you can see the possibilities are almost endless as to what you can do with this portable outdoor cooking equipment.
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Main Features:
Deep Fryer, Infrared Grill, Griddle and integrated Warming Plate
Independent temperature controls
24,000 BTUs total with three separate cooking functions
650°F+ ceramic infrared grill burner
Super-durable double porcelain enamel cook surface
Portable with storage/carrying bag included
No assembly required
Stainless steel burner construction
Stainless steel and ceramic Infrared burner
Electronic pulse ignition (requires one AA battery—not included)
Optional hose attachment for 20 lb. propane tank
All-steel powder-coated and enameled folding frame
Insulated handles with integrated tool holders
Accessory rail for cutting board or additional equipment
Lid fits over grill, griddle or warming plate.
Cooking surface has a dedicated drain channel and supplied insulated oil holder
Rubber feet for stability and protection
Included accessories: Cutting board, slosh ring, thermometer, liquid catch bottle, three-position cover, storage/carrying bag
Set-up unit measures 31W x 31L x 30.5H inches
Retail box 30W x 11L x 29.5H inches
Retail weight is 37 lbs.
Price: $249.00(US) + S/H + Taxes


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