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Lantley

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Posted: 11/30/19 09:27am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

04fxsts wrote:

Lantley wrote:

THe camp Chef looks like a decent item. More versatile then the Blackstone.
However the blackstone Griddle is cast iron which makes allows for more heat retention and creates a better cooking surface.


Sorry but the Blackstone is steel, I have the 28" and the 17" griddles. At 3/16" thick the steel holds the heat well also. Jim.

After doing a little research I stand corrected they are steel


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I use the 17" Blackstone all the time when we take out the 5th wheel. My son however didn't want one for his new trailer. Says it's just one more heavy thing to store and lug around. He bought a cast iron griddle for his Weber Q220 and it does everything the Blackstone does. It's a good alternative.

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I have the 17" for the trailer. I have the Walmart (only) 22" with griddle, metal cover and stand ($147) for home. Love them both. If I knew what I do now I would have bought the 22" for the trailer and the 36" for home. I could get rid of my BBQ and never miss it. We cook chinese, fajitas, burgers, steaks, pizza on a stone, complete breakfast etc.

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