Summary: his is the George Foreman Grill I have always wanted. It heats up fast and cooks so quickly I almost burned the first meal I cooked on it. Plus it has the added benefit of being able to take the grill plates off and wash them. Win/win.
Summary: The grill is very easy to use and store. It is a good size for a small family as it will comfortably fit enough food on. The grill looks quite stylish but the lid is a little clumsy and has a cheap, plastic cover which is too be expected.
Summary: Big enough to toast two double rounds of cheese (toasters) which will give you an idea of its size, ideal for two persons. Would not call it family sized that makes it sound huge. Cooks all meats perfect and collects the fat in tray provided.
Summary: hit and miss. I have had a few of these types of grills and this is the worst. It cleans easily, thats where the pros end for me. Its cheaply made, the lid gets stupidly hot on the top face, and everything it cooks it burns. Its way too hot. We have done bacon, burnt.
Summary: Suits me.... Fits 4 rashers of bacon on easy enough, can't fully fit 2 lots of sandwiches on though which is a shame... Good quality, does the job, great price, what more do you want Haha Also has a extended foot that pops out so you can cook and drain, or cook level with stuff you wouldn't want to...
Summary: I dont know who decided what a portion size is. The grill is definitely not suitable for five, more like two. The grill is deceptive as the lid is almost twice the size of the grill area.Had I seen it in a shop I probably wouldnt have bought it .
I'm not sure how you would get 5 portuons of anything on here unless you eat baby size portions so we are a little disappointed
Miss S J Newhouse, Amazon
4 July 2015
Summary: We needed to replace our George Foreman and wanted a larger size. I'm not sure how you would get 5 portuons of anything on here unless you eat baby size portions so we are a little disappointed in its size. This is also missing the temperature control our last model had.