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Promoted 08-31-2016 by brisar at 04:29 AM View Original Post
BuyDig has Waring Pro Professional 1800W Cast Iron Grill (CIG100) on sale for $99 - $20 w/ promotion code CASTIRON20 = $79. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • Our research indicates that the Waring Pro Professional 1800W Cast Iron Grill is $20 lower (20% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $99
  • This product has a 4.1 out 5 star rating in 33 customer reviews on Amazon ~RevOne

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Edited August 25, 2016 at 08:52 AM by jersharocks
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  • 1800 watts
  • Extra-large grill cooks up to 6 burgers at a time
  • Great for searing steaks
  • 3 temperature settings: Lo, Medium, High
  • Detachable cast-iron grilling surface provides even heat
  • Stainless steel splashguard folds for storage
  • Stainless steel drip tray with safety interlock feature
  • Limited One Year Product Warranty
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Cast iron, splash guards and a drip tray. The thought of cleaning this gives me anxiety.
I got this on clearance at Sam's last year for about $30. For some reason they had a ton of them, and I didn't really want/need it, but for thirty bucks I took a chance. It does cook up chicken and veggies pretty well, and I've cooked a steak on it when I was too lazy to get the charcoal grill going. Not being covered, it does cook fairly slow. And it will stink up the house (duh)--no big deal.

I just use a grill brush to clean off the excess gunk (I like the cast iron to stay fairly well-seasoned). The stainless parts wipe down surprisingly easy.
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Cast iron can provide even heat, although it usually takes a while to get to that point. It is infamous for hot spots until thoroughly heated. What it does is provide consistent heat, meaning if you place some cold food on it, it won't change temperature drastically.
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Cast iron, splash guards and a drip tray. The thought of cleaning this gives me anxiety.
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Cast iron, splash guards and a drip tray. The thought of cleaning this gives me anxiety.
That's what the maid is for
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I got this on clearance at Sam's last year for about $30. For some reason they had a ton of them, and I didn't really want/need it, but for thirty bucks I took a chance. It does cook up chicken and veggies pretty well, and I've cooked a steak on it when I was too lazy to get the charcoal grill going. Not being covered, it does cook fairly slow. And it will stink up the house (duh)--no big deal.

I just use a grill brush to clean off the excess gunk (I like the cast iron to stay fairly well-seasoned). The stainless parts wipe down surprisingly easy.
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So, um, this is a open grill plate? Would that me there could be flare ups as the grease/fat drip on the heating element below? Is this indoor or outdoor? Either way seems dangerous.
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So, um, this is a open grill plate? Would that me there could be flare ups as the grease/fat drip on the heating element below? Is this indoor or outdoor? Either way seems dangerous.
The heating element is covered by the cast iron grill, so it's not exposed--it's actually a smart design because no crud or fat/grease gets on the element. Also, you're supposed to add water to the pan below the cooking surface which catches fat. I doubt you could get a flare up on this. That said, I wouldn't walk away from it or anything that's cooking.
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Could you put a pan or skillet on top of this? Maybe by removing the grates??
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I love reading reviews on Amazon... "Is it safe to use around parrots?" Answer? "Do parrots taste like chicken?"
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looks a bit small. Thought it was around the size of a regular non-stick electric griddle, but from the picture with food, it'll only hold 3 steaks at a time.
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Quote from nocreativename View Post :
Cast iron, splash guards and a drip tray. The thought of cleaning this gives me anxiety.
More anxiety than cleaning up after an electric grill without splash guards and a drip tray?Confused/Stick Out Tongue

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looks a bit small. Thought it was around the size of a regular non-stick electric griddle, but from the picture with food, it'll only hold 3 steaks at a time.
This sounds like a typical Amazon review. Doesn't anyone, you know, read product descriptions? They often contain minor, but useful, information like... the product's actual dimensions...

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Could you put a pan or skillet on top of this? Maybe by removing the grates??
Sure, though probably not by removing the grates. But why would you want to do that in the first place? This is an indoor, electric grill. If you want to use a skillet on something other than your stove, a $12 single-burner hot plate from Walmart would be much more efficient, and you could buy half a dozen of them for less than the price of this thing on sale...

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I love reading reviews on Amazon... "Is it safe to use around parrots?" Answer? "Do parrots taste like chicken?"
LMAO

Also kinda LMAO that the person was wondering if a cast-iron grill is Teflon-coated...
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This sounds like a typical Amazon review. Doesn't anyone, you know, read product descriptions? They often contain minor, but useful, information like... the product's actual dimensions...
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Actual dimensions are kinda useless though, for anyone paying attention. What's of interest is the cooking surface dimensions. Total size with rims and plastic handles doesn't help at all. I was pointing out the size because the listing CLAIMS to have an 'extra large' cooking surface (you know, from having READ the description.) Only by looking carefully do you see the supposed 'six burgers' it can cook would have to be on the small size or right up against each other.
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Quote from Dogenx View Post :
I got this on clearance at Sam's last year for about $30. For some reason they had a ton of them, and I didn't really want/need it, but for thirty bucks I took a chance. It does cook up chicken and veggies pretty well, and I've cooked a steak on it when I was too lazy to get the charcoal grill going. Not being covered, it does cook fairly slow. And it will stink up the house (duh)--no big deal.

I just use a grill brush to clean off the excess gunk (I like the cast iron to stay fairly well-seasoned). The stainless parts wipe down surprisingly easy.
Get a charcoal chimney starter friend. Coals are ready in about 10 minutes and I will never ingest petroleum based carcinogens again!
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Actual dimensions are kinda useless though, for anyone paying attention. What's of interest is the cooking surface dimensions. Total size with rims and plastic handles doesn't help at all. I was pointing out the size because the listing CLAIMS to have an 'extra large' cooking surface (you know, from having READ the description.) Only by looking carefully do you see the supposed 'six burgers' it can cook would have to be on the small size or right up against each other.
IIf you'd posted a question asking if anyone who owns it or has seen it person can give the dimensions of the grill itself, I wouldn't have commented. But as so many online reviews will attest (if only by implication when they complain that something "looked" bigger/smaller in a picture than it really is), there's simply no way to tell the size of anything in any photograph without a known frame of reference. Yes, one can probably assume that a photographer isn't going to use "outsized" food that will necessarily make it look especially small, but even that's not really enough to make a really useful guesstimate...
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