New Fold 'n' Store Electric Griddle with 10 x 20" cooking surface. Roomy 10 x 20" nonstick surface is ideal for cooking favorite foods for all meals. Dual-adjustable heat controls for each side make it easy to cook two different types of food at the same time. Like bacon and eggs (I'll have mine over easy). Flip pancakes on the left side, while hash browns sizzle on the right. Controlled heating makes everything come out hot, all at once! Hassle-free nonstick 10 x 20" surface for easy cleaning; Easy-to-empty slide-out drip tray; Removable cooking plates are dishwasher safe; Dual adjustable dials maintain set temp automatically; Grease tray catches overflow from grease channel; Cool-touch housing and handles; Cord storage; Griddle folds in half for space-saving storage; Measures 26 5/8 x 13 1/4 x 3 1/4" h. open, 13 1/4 x 14 x 6" h. closed. Weighs 9 1/2 lbs. 2 1/2' cord, 20V, 60 Hz, 1,500W. UL-listed. Order Now! Rival Fold 'n' Store Electric Griddle
Ideal for taking along to a weekend cabin or storing in a small kitchen, this large griddle folds in half for compact, upright storage. When fully opened, the cooking surface measures a generous 21 by 10 inches, with a grease-channel around the perimeter and a removable drip tray. The two smooth-finish, nonstick plates cook up everything from eggs to grilled cheese sandwiches to hotdogs and hamburgers, and remove for convenient cleaning in the dishwasher.
Dual control knobs, one for each half, give this griddle extra versatility. Pancakes can cook on one side and stay warm on the other, or eggs and sausage can cook simultaneously at different temperatures. Each side features its own red 'on' light, and a knob that can be positioned infinitely up to 400 degrees F with marked settings every 25 degrees. For safety, a release button must be pushed before the open grill can be folded and closed. Cool-touch housing covers the outside and the handles that latch together. A cord wrap stows the 32-inch power cord neatly. When folded, the unit measures 14-1/4 by 13 by 5-1/2 inches. --Ann Bieri