Award Winning Design
Large Cast Iron Grate
Hidden Propane Tank Storage
Easy To Clean Residue Tray
I’m new to gas grills. I have lots of space but always looking to save space too!
I had a cheap used grill to see if I liked gas grills and have always used charcoal.
The size of the grilling grate is as big as my large Green Egg grill.
I like being able to sit and see how the flame is doing as I learn the heating levels of flame.
Overall nice purchase for a more convenient grill.
Heats up really quick. Gets to high-temp / 600 degree F and that’s the differentiation. Its amazing as Pizza Oven as well. I like multi purpose equipment with small footprint- it checks all those boxes.
This is our second one. Our first one lasted 10 years, the new Fuego Element is even better with great new features. Pefect for small locations like patio grilling
A little pricey……. We really like the grill, it suits our purposes well. You must be careful with it, as it is not as sturdy as the grills we’ve had in the past. We paid more money for less grill due to space constraint.
I am concerned about rust; we live in Florida and I’ve got spec’s already. I’ve treated them….. Time will tell; I’ll follow up with rating after 6-9 months.
I was looking for a quick and simple propane BBQ to compliment our Traeger pellet grill coz sometimes we just need to cook something small and fast. Thought I'd try the Fuego F21C, and I'm not disappointed. Shipping was fast, assembly was fairly simple (aside from a couple of misaligned screw holes), and it fired up without any issues. It's got a larger than expected cooking area that heats up very high quickly and burns pretty evenly. I've only had it a week, but already used it 3 times, the most recent being for pizza, which it did an excellent job of. It's obviously not the same build quality or capacity as the Traeger, but as I said in the title it's a great partner to it. One that will get used a lot here. Love my Fuego.