George Foreman GR18 Grilling Machine Reviews
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Customer George Foreman GR18 Grilling Machine Reviews (5)
by - written on 28/03/12 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Price and Availability When we first moved into our flat we were bought a big George Foreman grill and griddle which is brilliant but as there's just two of us most of the time we began looking for a smaller machine which wouldn't use as much power. As we knew the George Foreman we already had worked really well we decided to buy a smaller model, as the price between a non branded version and a George Foreman was only small. We picked the GR18 up from Argos for £19.99 a couple of months ago, it is available elsewhere but from what I've found Argos' price is one of the lowest. The Look and Product Information The GR18 is the smallest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/12 (Very useful, 45 readings)
As I turned 18 (nearly four years ago now, gosh!) I decided that I was fed up of being the chubby friend and that I should do something about my appearance. At the time I was about 2 stone over the upper ideal weight for my height, cared little about fashion/dressing well or even doing anything with my hair other than scraping it back into a pony tail, had spots and generally looked like a grubby 15 year old boy rather than a young lady. So when I went to uni I made an effort to eat healthier and exercise more and now I'm much more happy with myself and more confident! How does this tie in with a George Foreman grill you may ask? Well, very loosely. At 18 I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/13, updated on 11/01/13 (Very useful, 64 readings)
A few years ago, my sister bought me a George Foreman GR18 Grilling Machine in pink for Christmas. We already had a large George but she said she saw it and thought of me! The George Foreman GR18 Grilling Machine comes without the additional features our large George has (like the bread bun warmer in the lid) but it does grill food and is smaller in size so takes up less surface space. And did I mention that it's pink?! In use The grill comes with drip tray, but we only really use ours to grill lean chicken and so don't really need to use these but when we have done foods like bacon, the trays fill with fat and are useful to catch the drips but horrible ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
You may have seen my review on the Belling oven, and if you have you will know we had problem after problem and the grill stopped working. When this happened, we just couldn't afford to buy a new oven and the replacement part was around £80, so we looked for another option and the George Foreman range seemed to provide the grilling we needed. Unlike the cooker part which would cost £80, the George Foreman GR18 was just £22.99 from Argos, and a friend had one and recommended it. When we got it home and set up we were impressed. It is easy to set up, just plug in, switch on and go. You are told to wait for the temperature to reach optimum level, pop you food on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
My Goerge Foreman grill was first bought for me as a gift in 2002. There had been lots of hype around the grill this year, with a heavily promoted television advertising account featuring George Foreman himself. I understand that this is a celebrity endorsement, but I had no idea who he was! Since then Wikipedia has enlightened me that he is a former heavy-weight boxer (fronting the 'fat-reducing grilling machine'?!) and has five sons each called George Foreman. Anyway, back to the grill. I was excited the receive this gift as I had heard a lot about it, but I had no use for it whatsoever - after all, I had a fully equipped kitchen (and I can't ... Read the complete review
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