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Posted: 11/22/19 08:45pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking at buying either the Blackstone 22" two burner griddle or the Royal Gourmet PD1300 3 burner. Anyone have either? Good or bad? Maybe another brand- don't want to go any larger than a 24".


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I've got the small Blackstone. It cooks good. However I wish I would've gotten the 2 burner model. I would love to be able to control the right and left heat independently. Other wise Blackstone is a very good brand. Not to mention the 2 burner model comes with a hinged lid.


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I have the 22" Blackstone from Walmart. Griddle,metal cover, stand (that also fits 18") and propane pigtail all for $147.
We love it.
22" is two burner and 18" has only one. I have both and like the 22" better.


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Posted: 11/23/19 06:18am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

While Blackstone are more popular primarily because they are sold everywhere, I actually prefer the Camp Chef stoves. They also will convert into a grill top or even a pizza oven. We have the Camp Chef Explorer and love it. Here are a couple of small portable models.
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CW has the 22 inch Blackstone griddle for $114. $130 for non-members. Free shipping.

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we love the blackstone 22 inch. A friend has the much larger one, great for a crowd but a pain to pack along.


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I have the small Blackstone. Had to try it due to all the hype. I like my cast iron frying pan better. Maybe one of the bigger models with two or more burners is better.
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My Cougar came with a Capital grille. I removed the grille and installed a 22" Blackstone. I haven't used it much yet but like it so far. We will be heading south next week and I hope to get a lot of use out of it over the next five months.


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Hammerboy wrote:

While Blackstone are more popular primarily because they are sold everywhere, I actually prefer the Camp Chef stoves. They also will convert into a grill top or even a pizza oven. We have the Camp Chef Explorer and love it. Here are a couple of small portable models.
Camp Chef

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Blackstone grills are all the rage with the glamping/GoRV newbie set. The 22" is popular due to the versatility of the twin burner setup. Camp Chef has a much more complete array of accessories like pizza ovens, smokers, etc.


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I have a Blackstone 36" at home for about a year now... so I decided to buy the Blackstone 22" for our 5th Wheel. I found it at WalMart, which came with the Hood, Table and 20# Gas Hose adaptor. It is great for the 5th Wheel. I bought a carrying bag from Blackstone, which I can put everything in, it's heavy but I manage. I think we paid $119.00 for the combo griddle and another 30.00 for the carrying bag. I would recommend Blackstone.

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