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Blackstone 2-Burner 28" Griddle with Electric Air Fryer and Hood EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Blackstone 2-Burner 28" Griddle with Electric Air Fryer and Hood (Griddle+ 1785) on sale for $347. Shipping is free.

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  • Overall Dimensions: 59 1/2" x 25" x 42"
  • Weight: 132 lbs
  • Independent Cooking Zones: 2
  • Cooking BTUs: 47,000
  • Cooktop Surface Area: 524 sq. in.
  • 3 Shelves, 4 Wheels, Rear grease management, Airfryer Drawer, Warming Drawer and Side Shelf
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Quote from evilstorm :
Not complete overkill. I'm a family of 4 with two kids and will probably end up going with the 36 with air fryer. The extra room is very nice. Black stone is a pretty good company and the things that could fail are typically pretty easily replaced. If you take care of her, the warranty is most likely not needed.
100% agree. I have a 36" and thinking about a 2nd one
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FIrst time I've become aware of "outdoor griddles" as opposed to grills. Just starting to research. A different Blackstone griddle on Amazon (model 1554) has many complaints about show-stopper rust. Trying to understand whether all these people failed to keep the surface seasoned properly or if this is a battle to perpetually fight w/outdoor griddles. FWIW, I'm in Boston, if that makes any difference. If anyone has insight from experience, I'd be interested, thanks
I have had mine for 2 years and best purchase for outside. I have had several high quality grills and they all eventually fail. this thing is going strong.
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Was waiting for the 36" w/ Air Fryer to go on sale today, it didn't, I still bought.
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Quote from jdiggy :
Yes. Plug in for the air fryer fan. It's heated from the propane.
This model just runs the propane for the griddle, they changed it now the air fryer portion has an electrical component to heat the air fryer
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Did somebody mention the Walmart versions being less heavy duty than the ones sold at other retailers?
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Rear grease management
Yep folks, this model will manage your greasy rear.
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Can I convert this to work with my gas line so I don't need to use propane?
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Quote from twodaparty :
Can I convert this to work with my gas line so I don't need to use propane?
Yes. There is a natural gas conversion kit available.

https://blackstoneproducts.com/pr...ersion-kit
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Yes. There is a natural gas conversion kit available.

https://blackstoneproducts.com/pr...ersion-kit
Ok just making sure. I know the kit exists but I feel like I've read the air fryer griddle combos won't work with the conversion kit.
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Not hard to maintain for people who put a little effort. Giving how easy it is to clean I'm not sure what these bad reviews are doing wrong. Probably using water to wipe down the griddle. As for the rust if it does happen its very easy to bring it back just look on YouTube
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Is it worth getting the 4 year warranty and is this complete overkill for just me and my wife?
The warranty is probably not worth it. This is perfect for a couple or family of 4.
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FIrst time I've become aware of "outdoor griddles" as opposed to grills. Just starting to research. A different Blackstone griddle on Amazon (model 1554) has many complaints about show-stopper rust. Trying to understand whether all these people failed to keep the surface seasoned properly or if this is a battle to perpetually fight w/outdoor griddles. FWIW, I'm in Boston, if that makes any difference. If anyone has insight from experience, I'd be interested, thanks
Mine rusted but its fairly easy to scrub clean with scraper, heat and oil. Make sure to season before and after use.
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Cant wait til they add an air fryer into a car
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Quote from pvc93 :
FIrst time I've become aware of "outdoor griddles" as opposed to grills. Just starting to research. A different Blackstone griddle on Amazon (model 1554) has many complaints about show-stopper rust. Trying to understand whether all these people failed to keep the surface seasoned properly or if this is a battle to perpetually fight w/outdoor griddles. FWIW, I'm in Boston, if that makes any difference. If anyone has insight from experience, I'd be interested, thanks
Same as the other guy said, make sure you thoroughly oil after each use and then let it burn off a bit before your next cook. I love my 28inch. The air fryer is a nice addition.
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Does this get as hot as the 36"?

Is the hood just a cover once the griddle's cool to keep the elements out, or is it like the cover on a grill which essentially turns the unit into an oven?
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