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[] Cuisineart CGR-4NC Griddler

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Nov 6, 2007
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[] Cuisineart CGR-4NC Griddler

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Regular price is $130. Great reviews!

Contact grill, panini press, flat grill and griddle with removable, nonstick grill and griddle plates (reversible)
Cooking plates drain grease for healthy cooking and hinged, floating cover adjusts to thickness of food
Selector knob with "power on" indicator light with two adjustable temperature controls with indicator lights
Brushed stainless steel and cool-touch housing
Includes two drip cups, cleaning/scraping tool and a Instruction/Recipe book

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Deal Expert
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Jun 23, 2005
25388 posts
I have one of these, and in general, it's pretty good. The only thing to be aware of is that the top plate does not heat as well as the bottom, so if you are using it as a griddle to make pancakes on, for example, you'll notice that the pancakes on the bottom cook much faster than those on the top plate.
Sr. Member
Jan 11, 2009
742 posts
these are good - picked one up from the US amazon site for less. bought the waffle plate for close to 36 bucks and they are good too.
Deal Addict
Aug 16, 2011
1133 posts
I recently moved out on my own. Please explain to me why I should get this and how I'll benefit over say, pots and pans.

Sr. Member
May 20, 2003
599 posts
I have the waffle/pancake maker which I bought for $40 when The Bay had the super discount issue last year. I wonder if I can use that for grilling sandwiches..
Jr. Member
Jul 19, 2004
192 posts
Grabbed one at Sears on the weekend for $77.99. The waffle plates are also $31.99, on sale from $39.99.

Costco also has it for under $80. The Costco version has black instead of chrome accents.
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May 16, 2011
5305 posts
Burnaby, BC
Stupid question, but how is everyone cleaning the plates without scratching them up?
Apr 29, 2012
79 posts
I have this grill. It is good for making paninis, grilling fish, bacon, burger patties, etc, but maybe not for steak. I set the temperature to 'sear' for grilling steak, but it only gets 'steamed' and never gets grilled on the outside as the temperature doesn't get high enough.

Also, I find the non-stick coating poor quality as food sticks to the plates. It's difficult to get the burned food off the plates even after soaking them in warm soapy water for a while, and I only wash them with a soft sponge so that it doesn't scratch the non-stick coating. Anyway, I stopped using this grill for steak, and started using a frying pan.

In the end, I got frustrated with this grill (especially for cleaning) and bought the Breville Smart Grill which grills perfect steak every time and super-easy to clean. You get what you pay for, I guess.
Jr. Member
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Jan 30, 2008
185 posts
Richmond Hill, ON
Bought from lowes a few months ago for $70, after $10 sign up discount. Pretty good grill. Picked up Waffle plates from amazon, make great waffles and easy to use.


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