Springfield Marine Rail-Mount Grill with Multi-Fit Kit
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- Ceramic-coated thermal plate
- Built-in regulator
- 189 sq. in. cooking area
- 130 sq. in. griddle surface
- Grill with multi-fit rail mount kit
The Springfield Marine Rail-Mount Grill with Multi-Fit Kit features a ceramic-coated thermal plate, built-in regulator for 1-lb. tank (propane canister not included), 189 square-inch cooking area, a 130 square-inch griddle surface, and a multi-fit rail mount kit.
Manufacturer model #: 1940054.
Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 5
Rated 1 out of 5 by clark1x DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY
THIS WAS A PIECE OF JUNK. MOUNTING WAS NOT GOOD AND IT WILL NOT STAY LIT. I WAS VERY DISAPPOINTED!!!!!
August 9, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by tablerocklover Disappointing grill
I bought 2 of these grills for our houseboat. They have both been very disappointing from the beginning. I liked that they mounted on the rails of the boat and didn't take up much room. However, they won't stay lit if there's hardly any breeze at all, so they're basically useless if you're out on the water, and the only time I can use them is if we're docked. The flame goes out if you close the lid. The heat is very uneven, and one side will burn whatever you're cooking while the other side barely gets warm. The heat reflector on both of them rusted out after one year even though they were always under a covered dock and not out in the elements. The guy in the boat slip next to me had one too and he had the same problems with his and quit using it. I would not recommend this to anyone.
September 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Falcor good boat grill
You can stow this grill fast and the pedisal mount lets you put it any where in the boat. There is a proble with it blowing out and not enough BTUs, but I just took out the orfice and drilled it out a little and that fix the problems.
June 18, 2007
Rated 3 out of 5 by noproblem When your HOT your HOT
And when your NOT- your NOT"!! This is certainly NOT HOT.There is just not enough BTU's to cook a hamburger. It is OK for warming hotdogs. If there is a breeze, the flame goes out. I found that lining the inside with aluminum foil helps with the wind and increases the heat rise.
November 18, 2006
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