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EasiBBQ 18-inch Round Stainless Steel Cooking System Multi-Level

$37

EasiBBQ 18-inch Round Stainless Steel Cooking System Multi-Level

Product description

EasiBBQ - Makes your barbecue easy.

18-inch stainless steel expander multi-level flexible cooking racks
Packaging -
2 half moon cooking grates, 1 base rack, 1 accessory rack and drip pan.
Material - Made of Solid Stainless Steel.
Fits - Perfect for Large Big Green Egg and other 18" Kamado Grill.
Features
- Compatible with other accessories, can be used with other size matching accessories to bring a different grilling experience.
- Multiple heating zones can be created.
- Expands your grilling surface by up to 200%.
After sales - If you have any questions, you can let us know directly and we will give you a satisfactory solution.

EasiBBQ 18-inch Round Stainless Steel Cooking System Multi-Level

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