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George Foreman GRP99 Next Generation Grill with Nonstick Removable Plates

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  • Countertop grill with 100-square-inch nonstick cooking surface
  • Patented sloped design helps channel fat and grease away from food
  • Digital timer and adjustable temperature control with LED readouts
  • 1-1/2-inch floating hinge; dishwasher-safe grill plates; drip tray included
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 7 x 14 inches ; 13.6 pounds
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  • Item model number: GRP99
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (878 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Color: Silver and Black

George Foreman Grill with removable plates in a silver metallic finish. New Comtemporary Desgin. For any further queries please contact George Foreman’s Technical Support Number/ Customer Support Number @ 1-800-231-978.

Customer Reviews

What makes it so easy to clean are the removable plates.
R. E. Chanley
The plates NEVER get hot enough to sear anything, even when preheated forever at the highest temperature setting (425 degrees, don't you believe it!).
MJG
This is the third Goerge Foreman grill that I have bought (One was as a gift) Its the best ever and I like to use it at least three times a week.
Raymond Caterina

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

774 of 786 people found the following review helpful By Christopher R. Gibson on November 8, 2006
Color Name: Silver and Black
Summary: a good grill with quirks that get in the way of it being great. It's a huge improvement for cleaning, and it has a nicely-sized 4-burger grill plate. It doesn't get quite as hot as the "old-style" models, and if you don't learn its quirks you can ruin perfectly good meals.

Overview

I had an "old style" Foreman grill, one of the smaller ones with permanently attached plates, for years. I loved it - especially how you could get the grill scary hot and get some great crusts on grilled meats. But man, I hated cleaning it!

Eventually, it died, and I wanted something that answered my two biggest complaints: small size of the cooking service, and something that was easier to clean! This grill looked like the answer.

Bottom line: I *want* to love it, I really do! And it does answer my two biggest complaints, so I'm continuing to use it, but it has a couple of quirks that keep me from loving it. So close! But here's my experience.

HEATING: decent performance but can OVER-heat and ruin a meal

This grill has a "variable" temperature setting. I'm not sure how accurate it is, because I generally use it at the top temperatures to try to get the same performance as the "old" style grills, which got wicked hot.
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Here is one of the MAJOR cautions: this grill can OVERHEAT!
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When it gets "too hot" the brain seems to freeze, the grill shuts off, and the display blinks little dashes at you, and that's all it will do until the grill has cooled off for a 5-10 minutes. Unfortunately, this means it is impossible to grill for extended times at max temperature, and if it happens when you're in the middle of cooking, it can ruin a meal.
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531 of 554 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 5, 2004
Color Name: Silver and Black
I had an older model and used it from time to time, but always felt it never really got clean. This new version with the removable grilling plates was what I was waiting for. Both grill plates come off for easy cleaning in the sink. I washed mine in the dishwasher once too - both ways works great.

Also having the temperature settings and timer makes it easy to cook your food fast. I've done steaks, chicken, fish and hamburgers and all have come out great!
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322 of 337 people found the following review helpful By Telstar on November 13, 2004
Color Name: Silver and Black Verified Purchase
I have been through several previous Foreman grills, Hamiton Beach, DeLongi, etc.

This is the best indoor grill, bar none.

The timer is wonderful.

The heat control is very accurate.

I just made a grocery store standard porterhouse (.75 inch not a huge one) at 425 degrees and it came out with caremelized marks and perfect doneness. Follow the charts and subtract about half a minute at this temperature.

I am one happy camper...clean up is a breeze in the dishwasher.

Bravo to Salton.
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137 of 146 people found the following review helpful By fyres on November 29, 2004
Color Name: Silver and Black
This is the 3rd George Foreman grill I've used and I'm elated that they've finally come out with one that has removable plates so it's easier to clean! Most everyone I've talked to that has a George Foreman grill never used it much because it was a pain to clean but this one is a breeze...simply pop off both the top and bottom grill plates and toss them in the dishwasher.

One other thing about this grill is that is different than the older models are the settings. The previous grills are no brainers. Plug it in, it warms up, you toss the food in, that's it. This one however, requires a bit more work in that you have to set the temperature (which can be confusing), and let it preheat. It comes with a little guide that gives you suggestions on what temperature to set it at and cook time depending on what you're cooking. It's a bit more work, but in time, it'll become second nature. This is the only aspect about this grill that I'm not 100% thrilled about (I liked the no brainer ease of the newer models more) but food still turned out great! The surprising thing is it preheats VERY quickly, in under a minute for 350 degrees!

This one is well worth it even if you already have a George Foreman grill that still works, but an older model without the removable plates. The removable plates alone is worth the purchase!
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Jiggy Bear VINE VOICE on February 13, 2006
Color Name: Silver and Black Verified Purchase
I would have given it three stars except for the premature KO.

Pro's:

The grill plates are dishwasher safe and easy to clean. The grill did an OK job for steaks if allowed to preheat 8 minutes at 425 degrees to get it hot enough, then after 6 minutes, keep checking with a meat thermometer for just the right moment to stop cooking before the steaks dry out.

Con's:

The first of this model I received died within a few days. The replacement from Amazon.com in 4/2005 died 02/2006 after being used less than ten times.

There is no automatic shutoff (except for the KO thing). Other reviewers mentioned the plastic bottom melting. I guess I was lucky.

It always took extra time and care to get the plates installed correctly and to make sure they weren't still loose.

The drip-catch pan is simply a narrow rectangular container that sits on the counter, under the lower lip of the grill.

The steaks tended to slide down because of the slightly too-steep angle of the bottom plate.

Sometimes the food seemed to have been steamed instead of grilled.

Steam escaped from the back of the grill and would drizzle down into the hinge area; if you don't notice that it won't get cleaned.

I personally found the top of the grill difficult to grasp to open it, and the bottom of the grill lacked the necessary weight to keep it stable on the table.

My advice:

I would recommend seriously considering the Hamilton Beach 25325 MealMaker Express Contact Grill instead of this George Foreman model. The reviews are great, it has an automatic shutoff on the timer, and it can be used as either a closed contact grill or the top can be laid out flat to provide twice the grilling capacity.
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