Summary: Sorry I did not purchase a griddler with removable grids ... this is a pain to clean so I don't use it too often ... but it does a decent job grilling (boneless) steak, chicken, etc. and for making grilled sandwiches.
Summary: We had one for almost 10 years. Loved it. Decided to get exactly the same even though there are so many on the market right now. The trays are not removable so it's not easy to clean. But I wipe after each use to keep it clean.
Summary: Its got some pros and some cons Pros: It cooks great and gets almost everything done. Although I do not suggest cooking bacon in it [From my own personal experience] Cons: Grease drips from the top of the cooker when the lid is lifted up.
Broken knobs, can't get part without huge expense; not very cleanable
3 March 2012
Summary: I've had this unit for a few years, and also inherited my mother's because the knob had broken off. The knob seems to be all plastic, and got stripped out where it slides onto the metal part on the Griddler.
Summary: We used this Cuisinart grill ten or fifteen times and then it failed to heat (light went on that it was at temperature but no heat). The temperature control dial seems to be the problem, and the dial has the feel of a low quality item. Very disappointed by a rather pricey, but poorly made, product.
Excerpt: If I had more counterspace, I'd leave my Cuisinart grill out all the time. My husband and I use it for hamburgers, panini sandwiches, naan, and quesadillas. I've heard it's great for grilling chicken too, though I haven't tried that yet.
Summary: I've tried different table top grills in the past and have never really been impressed, this grill however has absolutely won me over. I use it all the time to make paninis and grilled cheese sandwiches for my little one.