Handsome and practical, the Magma - like its larger Fusion cousin - is forged to withstand the harsh conditions found in Europe’s Alpine resorts. It has the same hardwearing qualities and flexibility, but is lighter and more compact.
A junior to the Fusion, it sits four people in the round, is an outdoor grill and table in one, and can burn charcoal or gas. Ideal for cookery classes and displays, or just for impressing friends, the Magma looks attractive, and saves space by combining cooking and eating in the same place - a BBQ and dining table combined.
1.1m tall with a table top diameter of one metre and 6mm thick stainless steel food grade cooking plate
Able to burn charcoal, gas, or both. Converts simply in a couple of minutes
Available in rust effect Corten or Black powder coated paint finish
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