George Foreman GRP99 Next Grilleration Contact Grill

George Foreman GRP99 Next Grilleration Contact Grill

19 Ratings | 1 Review
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Indoor grilling thrills with this latest innovation. This popular George Foreman model features an ample 96-inch cooking surface and removable nonstick grill plates that are dishwasher safe....More

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Indoor grilling thrills with this latest innovation. This popular George Foreman model features an ample 96-inch cooking surface and removable nonstick grill plates that are dishwasher safe. Simplicity of design and countertop convenience add to its appeal.

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Grill size96 sqin
Additional Specifications
Role Playing Toy TypeHousekeeping
Cooktop power sourceElectric
Other small appliance typeGrills
ColorWhite
Warranty Information1 Year Limited Warranty
Fuel TypeElectrical
Food sizeSmall
Oven TypeElectric
Oven power sourceElectric
FeaturesCatch Pan
Gift Basket TypeGourmet
Heater typeElectric
Barbecue Grill TypeElectric grill
Total Cooking Area96 sq. in
# Of Burners1

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19 Ratings | 1 Review

3.53 out of 5 stars

  • The Next Grilleration Grill

    By nvr2amzd  May 7, 2006

    ### This unit is a vast improvement over the earlier generations of George Foreman grills. I like the removeable grill plates but am having huge problems with black residue forming on the backside/underside of these plates. I like the idea of "dishwasher...safe" but wonder if this is contributing to the formation of the black residue on the underside of the grill plates. I also handwash these plates but I still get black water dripping off (the underside) of them. This black stuff (almost like soot) gets all over everything (my hands, included) that it contacts. [I inquired, but no answer from Salton, yet, about this problem.] Also, I still see the uneven browning of the food. The top grill does not brown the food as well as the bottom grill does, prompting me to turn the food over approximately halfway through the grilling time. Of course, this uneven browning problem also occurs with my two waffle irons (also Salton products via Toastmaster). Surely the industry (i.e. Salton) can figure this one out! Frankly, I don't think The Next Grilleration is worth the approximately $100 price tag. Read more Less

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