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Blackstone portable grills reviews?

Postby slowcowboy » Sun Nov 25, 2018 5:07 am

Any one buy the new black stone portable grills yet??...they are propane fired...are they any good?.. I see them.all over fb..slow.
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Re: Blackstone portable grills reviews?

Postby dirtsailor2003 » Mon Nov 26, 2018 1:13 pm

I’ve been seriously considering the 22” model. I like the fact that unlike the 17” model the 22” has the grease drain at the center and rear of the cook surface. I also like that it has the two burners giving you the option for a cooler side. Yes I have cooked on larger Blackstone grills and they are nice.

Currently I have the 3 burner camp chef. I like it but it’s a bit bulky to pack all the time. Also the grease drain is not ideal. I do use it for large cooks and have feed 80-100 people ! The flat top of the camp chef is similar in size.

I was hoping to find a stellar deal today but the cheapest I’ve seen the 22” so far is $99, which makes it very tempting!


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Re: Blackstone portable grills reviews?

Postby Rhinoman64 » Wed Nov 28, 2018 7:10 pm

Home Depot has the 17" for $60 online right now so I ordered one over the weekend. Should be here first part of next week. A friend we were camping with a couple of weeks ago cooked a couple of terrific meals on his. He loves it. His is the 22", but I figured the 17" will work for us since there are only two of us. If I decide we need the 22", then I'll put the 17" in the outdoor kitchen here at the house or throw it on Craigslist. I expect I'll keep it.


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Re: Blackstone portable grills reviews?

Postby bc toys » Thu Dec 06, 2018 8:21 am

I got the 28 and can say I love it so far only used it at home a few times but it is nice to cook on Its like be a short order cook
I payed 200$ for my 28'' but it will last for the rest of my life time
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Re: Blackstone portable grills reviews?

Postby booyah » Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:43 pm

so when I think propane grill, I think more like a Weber Q, those look more like a griddle or I guess restaurant grill.

Not my personal choice, I worked a grill at a restaurant through my teen years and may die a happy man if I never have to do that again

That said I love my Weber Q 1200, its a wonder
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Re: Blackstone portable grills reviews?

Postby KTM_Guy » Thu Dec 06, 2018 10:09 pm

I need to quit clicking on Slows threads! I want one of these now. :lol: I would put it on my Christmas list but I think it is longer now than when I was a kid. :oops:

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