Kingsford KCA11 Grill Press, Rectangular (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Handy item that keeps bacon from curling or presses out unwanted fat
- Cast iron with wood handle
- Rectangular shape
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Top Customer Reviews
#1 Best: Kingsford KCA11 Grill Press, Rectangular Kingsford KCA11- this grill press has the perfect weight for holding down, but not crushing, grilled sandwiches, sausages, burgers, and bacon. The handle is easy to hold and comfortable. I'm going to buy a few more.
#2: New 8-Inch Barbecue BBQ Grill Steak Weights, Heavy-Weight, Hamburger Bacon Sausage Grill Press, Commercial Grade, Cast Iron New 8-Inch Barbecue BBQ Grill Steak Weights- this grill press is almost identical to the Kindsford, but is slighly less well made (and two dollars cheaper). I found the edges to be less well finished and the handle to be somewhat poorly fitted to the iron.
#3: Lodge Logic LGP3 Pre-Seasoned Rectangular Cast-Iron Grill Press Lodge Logic LGP3- I found this press a little too light weight to properly grill a nice cheese sandwich. In addition, the handle scared me. It never got hot, but it always looked like it was, even after months of use, and I found the minor stress of remembering that it wouldn't burn me to be a negative feature. I prefer the wooden handles.Read more ›
This is a good quality item. It gets hand-washed as required, and only gently. We typically air dry the item, and that's where just one little flaw appears (and it's easily remedied).
If you leave it to air dry, and for some reason it doesn't dry fast enough, this thing will rust. Just a little rust, though. Enough that you can wipe it off with a paper towel.
We just make sure ours is dry, and sometimes do a light coating of oil on it to seal out moisture.
In any case, it's a really helpful product for pressing various meats, sandwiches, and the like. I recommend the product, but again - keep it dry.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sturdy and well-made. It isn't real heavy but it works great for burgers and chops. Mine hasn't rusted like the other reviewers claim. Read morePublished 7 months ago by dixie
Don't get it wet. Treat it like a cast iron skillet. Also, flat bacon.Published 10 months ago by K. Montgomery
It is what it is. Looks nice, cleans easy and has a proper size. I do wish it was a bit heavier to do the pressing by itself...Published 11 months ago by Alejandro Bonilla
good for what it does. steel seems to be a little rust prone like most cast iron pans. be sure to keep it well seasoned to avoid rust. Read morePublished 13 months ago by iOwnThisProcuts