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Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N

By: Lisa Maloney on October 05, 2017

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Electric Griddles, Jan. 2009

This professional roundup of electric griddles analyzes consistency and accuracy by heating each griddle to 350 degrees and measuring the temperature at five to seven minute intervals in three places on the cooking surface. A variety of foods are prepared and rated for quality. Included in this roundup is the Cuisinart Griddler GR-4, the older but nearly identical version of the Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N.

Cuisinart GR-4N 5-in-1 Griddler,

More than 950 owners are mostly satisfied with the newly designed Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N, noting especially its easy-to-clean removable plates. Owners appreciate that the plates are now reversible, eliminating the need for storing an extra set when not in use. About 530 have reviewed the older Cuisinart Griddler GR-4, which is nearly identical.

Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N 5-in-1 Indoor Grill Reviews,

More than 80 owners contribute to an overall average rating of 4.66 stars out of 5. The majority (96 percent) of owners say they'd recommend the Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N to a friend, and most also say it's a good value. Owners say it cooks evenly and is easy to clean and store. A few say it's expensive.

Cuisinart GR4 Indoor Grill,

About 55 owners review the Cuisinart Griddler GR-4 (the older, nearly identical model), giving it an overall rating of 4 (out of 5) stars. Many praise the grill for its versatility and report that they use it for panini sandwiches, grilled meats and pancakes. Some users say the temperature is hard to gauge.

Electric Griddler,

About 265 owners give the Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N a 4.7-star rating (out of 5 stars), and more than 165 owners write full reviews. Most reviewers praise the Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N for its cooking ability and versatility, and its easy-to-clean, dishwasher-safe grill plates. Several customers report that the grease cups are easily knocked over. Reviews here tend to be shorter and less detailed than those on sites like Amazon.com.