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Customer Reviews for 6 Serving Removable Plate Grill

6 Serving Removable Plate Grill

Large silver grill with removable plates for cooking a variety of foods. Make lean meals in less time with less hassle thanks to a 100 Sq. In. grilling surface featuring our patented sloped design and nonstick coating that help knock out the fat on all your grilled favorites. Removable plates and dishwasher-safe drip tray make cleanup a snap, while a floating hinge lets you grill thick foods, melt cheese on burgers and more!
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3 out of 4(75%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for 6 Serving Removable Plate Grill
Review 1 for 6 Serving Removable Plate Grill
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Awesome grill!!!

PostedAugust 14, 2013
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OOpiesOo
Gender: Female
Gift Purchase: For myself
1st Purchase or Replacement: First-Time Purchase
Cook For Others: Yes
People Cooking For: 1-2
I just purchased this items & I love it! Cooked perfectly & pretty easy to clean! Thumb up!
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Review 2 for 6 Serving Removable Plate Grill
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Very convenient

PostedMay 14, 2013
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CadillacTom
from St. Louis, MO, USA
Gender: Male
Gift Purchase: For myself
1st Purchase or Replacement: First-Time Purchase
Cook For Others: No
Since my George Foreman grill arrived I have used it 3-4 times a weeks. I didn't realize how much fat I was eating before, and the grill cooks fast. Great for bacon too.
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Review 3 for 6 Serving Removable Plate Grill
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5 / 5
5 / 5

GREAT Grill!!!

PostedMarch 23, 2013
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kbgllg64
from Murfreesboro, TN, USA
Gender: Female
Gift Purchase: As a gift
Kind of Gift: Birthday
1st Purchase or Replacement: First-Time Purchase
Cook For Others: Yes
People Cooking For: 3-4
I love this grill and use it a lot during the cold months when outside grilling isn't an option. Anything that I cook on it, chicken, fish, burgers, chops is always tender and moist....never dry! My grill actually has 4 removable plates...raised for grilling meats and flat for pancakes and such. I have never used the flat grills but use the heck out of the raised grills. It says that it will hold 6 servings however I can only get 4 pieces of meat grilled at once. That is the only drawback. I was actually on this site looking for a larger indoor GF grill. I STILL recommend this product!!!
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Review 4 for 6 Serving Removable Plate Grill
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1 / 5
1 / 5

Disappointed

PostedJune 13, 2013
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DisappointedLoyalCustomer
Gender: Female
Gift Purchase: For myself
1st Purchase or Replacement: Replacement
Cook For Others: Yes
People Cooking For: 5-6
We have had many (we lost count) George Foreman products and until this one we have been very happy. This grill is flat out silly--when you open the grill the grease drips everywhere and the timer is ridiculous (why do we have to turn the grill back on whenever the timer goes off?). The plates are extremely easy to get off of the grill...however, they are almost impossible to get back on securely.
Once you have managed to get the plates on, and you look past the grease all over your countertop, and as long as you remember to turn the grill back on each time the timer goes off, the grill does cook very well.
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Cyndylil
FL
timer to prevent fires
Posted December 5, 2013
I was lookign for a grill that had a timer after our son nearly burned our house down. I figured if he had a grill to cook on instead he'd be healthier and wouldn't cause fires by forgetting to take his pan off the stove and forgetting to turn the stove off. Your comments have sold me. I can learn to use the grill if it will save us from costly fire repairs.
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Xander66
British Columbia
Posted July 26, 2013
Two of your 3 complains may be warranted, but when you say: "the timer is ridiculous (why do we have to turn the grill back on whenever the timer goes off?)" - I think you misunderstand when & how to use the timer. It's meant to shut off the power when the time you choose for cooking is up, #to avoid overcooking# - It's not meant as a "reminder" to check the cooking progress #your kitchen timer can do that#.
If you find the learning curve a bit steep and you want to cook your food longer without turning the grill back on, don't use the timer OR, just set the timer for a longer period of time and risk overcooking if you get to busy to check on it.
However, your comment: "when you open the grill the grease drips everywhere" applies to most grills where the top shifts to near vertical when opened including my #not allowed to say# grill.
Also, your comment: "The plates are extremely easy to get off of the grill...however, they are almost impossible to get back on securely" may relate to the learning curve and could get easier with practice #maybe#.
Good luck with yours # just ordered mine#.
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