Porta-Chef™ 120

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The Porta-Chef™ 120 features 348 sq. in. total cooking space, porcelain coated cast iron cooking grid, stainless steel Flav-R-Wave™ cooking system, 1 stainless steel tube burner, and folding resin side shelves. Four sturdy snap in legs are easily detachable and can be stored under the grill for easy portability.

Broil King Porta-Chef™ 120
Broil King Porta-Chef™ 120
Broil King Porta-Chef™ 120
Broil King Porta-Chef™ 120

14,000 BTU

Main Burner Output



220 sq. in.

Primary Cooking Space

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Porta-Chef™ 120 is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy assembly & Use I bought this unit on the recommendation from a friend with a Model 100 - Didn't kmnow I had ordered the 120, but very pleased with it - only drawback is you need to put a catch pan below grill as grease will build up in the body below. We use this grill in our Motorhome and it is easy to set-up, cooks well and take down. Just a little effort on clean-up will make the next use more pleasant.
Date published: 2015-05-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good ideas but falls short Got this BBQ to replace our Rv unit. It seemed good when we assembled it at home, but after our first camping weekend we are unimpressed. For the record, I have owned a few Broil King products over the years and have always thought they are solid products. This unit, while seemingly well thought out to be a portable falls short because : 1 - it doesn't get hot enough. Camping at modest elevations of only about 1000m, it could only ever muster about 400* f. And it took fifteen minutes of preheating to get to that. 2 - the pins to detach the legs from the body are not user friendly. If you have dexterity problems good luck! 3 - when you do get it folded up / packed down the trays that snap underneath consistently fall off. Also, the heat shield inside flops around. A simple strap could fix this. 4 - The tabs to hold the legs in place ( for storage) are going to break - it's just a matter of time. 5 - Yup, grease really pools up in the bottom. It should've had a proper slope and drain / grease tray. On the positive side, it has a good cooking grille, a solid body, a good igniter and usable side trays. These qualities just don't make up for the other shortcomings though. Sorry, Broil King, nice try but not good enough.
Date published: 2016-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great quality Bought this BBQ about a month ago so far it works great. It was easy to put together heats up to 500 -600F very good BBQ.
Date published: 2017-05-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wrong pieces Very hard to assemble. The handle is not the right size for the holes in the top and there were missing pieces. On top of this, the instructions were unclear. I doubt we will use it a lot. It does not deserve to go camping with us.
Date published: 2016-07-28
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