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George Foreman GRP360R 4 Serving Removable Plate 360 Grill, Red

November 16, 2015 - Comment

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The George Foreman Four-Serving Removable Plate Grill (model GRP360R) is an easy-to-cook, easy-to-clean kitchen cornerstone. With 80 square Inch of cooking space, the personal grill can cook four servings of fresh or frozen grilled favorites at a time. The patented sloped design and new Advanced George Tough bronze non-stick coating allow fat

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The George Foreman Four-Serving Removable Plate Grill (model GRP360R) is an easy-to-cook, easy-to-clean kitchen cornerstone. With 80 square Inch of cooking space, the personal grill can cook four servings of fresh or frozen grilled favorites at a time. The patented sloped design and new Advanced George Tough bronze non-stick coating allow fat and grease to drain away quickly as the signature George Foreman elements provide even heat across the grill plate, which is removable and dishwasher-safe, making for easy cleanup. Plus, the metallic housing with stainless steel accents add an attractive quality to every space.

Product Features

  • Grill for 4 Servings
  • 2 Dishwasher-Safe Removable Plates
  • 2X More Durable Coating Advanced George Tough Non-Stick
  • 35% Faster Heat-up-10 minutes from plug-in to plate
  • Indicator Lights

Comments

DBucci says:

Removable plates make clean-up so easy The grill has a 6 1/2″ x 9 1/4″ cooking surface and would be tight fit for 4 servings of something over 3 to 4 ounces each. Not including the 2 prong plug the power cord is 24″ long and there is a cord wrap on the bottom. It has a floating hinge to adjust to the thickness of food and it does indeed heat up in 4 minutes. Instructions are minimal; safety instructions and a suggested cooking time chart for burgers, chicken breast, steak and salmon. 

C. Labye says:

Great improvements…but still room for improvement My wife and I used to own a George Foreman grill. It was hard to clean and, worse still, it was too small to practically cook 2 burgers at once. 

Jeff Kraus says:

Not bad, serves its purpose well. Ha! Still making these things. I used to have one in college in the 90’s, because at the time I had a tendency to eschew anything that required much more effort than microwaving or opening a paper takeaway bag. The overall design of this basic model hasn’t changed much since then. There are no switches, just plug it in to turn it on, wait for the ready indicator to light, and throw your stuff on there. Unplug it when you’re done. 

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