Traeger PTG Portable Tabletop Grill

Sep 1, 2017

Category: Gear

Just because summer’s on its way out doesn’t mean the grill has to get winterized along with the boat. Instead, keep the BBQ cranking well into next season with the help of Traeger’s Portable Tabletop Grill – ideal for the tailgate or weekends at the cabin.

Each PTG plugs into a standard 110v outlet and boasts an 11.5 x 15-inch grilling area that’s good to grill up to eight hamburgers and 16 hot dogs at once. Simply fill the hopper with hardwood pellets and let the Auger gently fuel the fire as it moves the hardwood from the hopper to the fire pot with ease. It also comes equipped with three temperature settings depending on what and how you’re grilling, a shutdown cycle that helps clean the fire pot of residual ash, and is built with powder-coated stainless steel so you know this handy on-the-go grill will keep for years to come. Available now.

Purchase: $291

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