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The Marine Grade Stainless Steel Built-In Gas Grill with Lights by Blaze provides a high performing luxury grill at an affordable price. The complete marine grade 316 stainless steel construction throughout the grill body ensures a long lasting and durable appliance while the impressive cast stainless steel burners offer a commercial quality burner that's normally found on more expensive grills. The integrated heat zone separators allow you to create distinct grilling zones for direct/indirect grilling that's perfect for everything from steak to ribs while the perforated flame stabilizing grids do a great job to reduce flare-ups. The included infrared rear burner is rated for 10,000 BTU to provide a wealth of heat for low, slow rotisserie cooking using the optional rotisserie kit (not included), while the integrated interior grill lights illuminate the grill surface for day or night grilling. This grill has been designed for use with natural gas.

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