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I am looking for a different grill,I have the coleman road trip grill now I like it but I hate the clean up, it is a major pain to clean.

I came across the Blackstone griddle and it looks intersting and looks like it would clean up easy.

Who has the Blackstone and what is your opinion of it?

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It’s on my purchase list. I have several friends that have the tabletop ones & I am told they are easy to clean, transport & use.

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That is on my birthday list this year. My buddy has the regular Blackstone it works great and is easy to clean. He used to keep it in the back of his X for transport but now has a Class A. He hasn’t brought it with yet I think because it is so big and it won’t fit easily into a storage compartment. He has a focus hatchback for a Toad I think it will fit in the back. They are nice to cook in though!


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I've got a Blackstone 17" griddle. Love it.. Works great.

Stores easily, cleans up easily....one of the best cooking items I've purchased for RVing.

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Walaby wrote:

I've got a Blackstone 17" griddle. Love it.. Works great.

Stores easily, cleans up easily....one of the best cooking items I've purchased for RVing.

Mike


Is the cooking serfice stainless?

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We bought a 17" Blackstone last year and really like it. Cooks anything from eggs & bacon to burgers and chops. You just don't get the grill marks but it is very easy to clean.

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Cooking surface is cold rolled steel (according to website). You season it, and cleanup is a snap.

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I have both the 17" and the 22". Walmart has the 17" for $74. The best buy is the 22" with metal cover, stand and propane pigtale for $174. at Walmart. The stand by itself is $99. and it fits both the 17" and 22".
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17" has a single burner while the 22" has 2. I like the 22 since I can push food over to a cooler side if needed. But if size is a peoblem the 17 works great for just the 2 of us. We cook everything on it from chow mien, fajitas, burgers, steaks, breakfast and with a stone we do pizza.


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Yes I have one 36" . Awesome cooking! Lots of YouTube on them of you have questions.


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I have the 36 at home and the 17 for the RV. Once seasoned, it is great

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