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Posted: 01/12/19 06:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have the Coleman Roadtrip and agree it is a pain to clean. There is a flat surface griddle top available that replaces the two grates. Works very well and cleanup is a breeze. With the griddle top in place you are not able to close the lid.

It is solid aluminum and I bought mine off Home Depot's website

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Great griddle. Very well built. Heavy. Easy cleanup. Be sure to follow directions for “seasoning “





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I haven't used my old BBQ's since I got one. I now have the 17" for camping and the 36" on the deck. I can cook anything on that thing....eggs, pancakes, pizza, tots, veggies, steaks, burgers of course....love love it.

I cooked tacos for 165 people for the company Christmas party 2 weeks ago. I used 2 36" Blackstone grills side by side. 100 lbs. of ground beef and chicken breasts. Whew! Worked great though.

Clean up took 5 minutes. Works great in the winter too....just warm it up for awhile.

I bought the Stainless Steel model on a HOme Depot deal of the day for $199.

Go for it!


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BIL got the 22" for Christmas and cooked a large breakfast (omlettes, bacon, etc. for about 20 people. It did great. He was really happy with it.

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Love my 17” and just saw they make a metal hood for it!!

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I got the 17in for Christmas but with bad weather I have not seasoned it yet but look forward to cooking on it.I got it from Home Depot for $54.00 online.

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They're nice, just make sure to season it per the directions. The 17" Blackstones are the latest fad--all the Cool Kids have one. I use an electric griddle and it works fine... if we boondocked more I'd have a Blackstone.


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