George Foreman DI 13586 Reviews
Product Type: George Foreman Foreman Grill
Description:Model ID DI13586 / Brand: George Foreman / Type: Sandwich Maker / Variable Heat: Without Variable Heat / Short name: George Foreman 13586
Newest Review: ... in the cupboard, it is never put away and gets used daily. I wish I had purchased one earlier and if it broke tomorrow it ... more
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George Foreman 13586 Sandwich Toaster
Floating Hinges: YesHousing Material: MetalMaximum Wattage: unkno ...
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
Customer George Foreman DI 13586 Reviews (5)
by - written on 29/08/13 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Some of the greatest inventions are the simplest. The knife is simply sharp and pointy. That is the beauty of it. The dining fork has simply three prongs - not four, which would be unwieldy; not two, or all your peas would fall through the gap. And the greatest of all inventions - the wheel - is simply a round thing. So it was that the George Foreman Grill became one of the most wonderful innovations of the late twentieth century. When someone asks, "What's so great about it?" and you answer, "It isn't flat," it might seem a fairly tame reason. In fact, it sounds like a defect. But like the roundness of the wheel, the George Foreman's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I decided to get this grill because I had £30 credit on a catalogue account that was close to expiring. This meant that I had to pay very little in cash and got a useful kitchen appliance. I'd been thinking about buying a George Foreman grill for some time as the fat drain-away option appealed to me as a healthier cooking option. What It Does ----------------- This grill is designed to cook meat fish and vegetables quickly and evenly including thicker items such as steak and sausages thanks to the floating hinges. Whilst predominantly a grill it can also be used as a Panini press and sandwich maker. The sloping grill plates allow any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
The George Foreman grills were launched in 1996, by George Foreman a former heavyweight boxer, it was marketed as a healthier and quicker way to cook. A George Foreman was on my wish list for a long time but I didn't want to own yet another kitchen gadget that wouldn't be used, I have a cupboard full of gadgets that hardly see the light of the day. I brought this one when I saw it on offer at a price I couldn't refuse. It is now an older version but this model can still be found on ebay and amazon for around £30. It is described as a 3 Portion compact grill, I agree it is compact it fits nicely on my kitchen worktop, the dimensions are approx 33cm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/11 (Useful, 20 readings)
I bought this little grill for my dads birthday a few months back as the sandwich toaster had recently broken and thought this would work as both a sandwich maker and a grill, which it does quite well. The grill is much smaller than some of the others on produced by George Foreman but has been fine for me as i only really cook for myself. The grill can easily fit 2 average sized sandwiches or a fair few strips of bacon meaning you can generally fit enough for an entire meal in one sitting. Their is a few annoying things about the grill though, the first is the amount of time it takes to heat up, although still only a few minutes i did expect faster from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/12 (Somewhat useful, 18 readings)
This kitchen appliance packs everything you want from a George Foreman into a compact grill which is perfectly sized for anything from panini's to chicken breasts. Like it's larger cousins, this grill is designed to cook food in a healthy, fat free way whilst still holding all the flavour and tastiness inside. It cooks food evenly and heats up relatively quickly, although don't expect it to be hot straight away as it takes a little time for the grill to warm up. When the lid is closed on the food, the food isn't squashed down like in many other grills as the lid is light and simply rests on top, resulting in a far better product and allowing for thicker items to be ... Read the complete review
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