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This isn't about any brand in particular but as someone who just added a BBQ after 3 years of going without all I can say is BEST CHOICE EVER

I usually always raft up to my buddies who have power boats and a grill so everytime I passed by and saw the $150 price tag in stores I always said ahhhh...ill wait a little longer until finally I found one at Boaters World going out of business sale for $89 marked down from $150. I couldn't pass that up so I bought it and mounted it this past Memorial Day. Again best $89 I ever spent! Grilling never tasted so good as to do it out on the water!
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I have the Kuuma sto and go as well. Works fine, and can take it off the boat as well, as it has legs folded under it. Re: quality, maybe thye are all like this, but it discoloured quickly (have not tried to clean / buff it back though) and the metal nameplate fell off after using it a few times, from the heat! You would think it would be engineered to withstand some heat, being a BBQ an all!!

Get one wwith the little lock down clamps on the cover. When we are late getting to our destination, I will throw the potaotoes on, and let them grill for the last 1/2 hour or so of sailing. Even on a nice heel, they may just roll around a bit in there.. evens out the cooking.
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