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Presto Liddle Griddle  Model:07211

Dimensions

19-1/2" x 15-1/4" x 3-1/4"
Presto Liddle Griddle
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Description & Highlights

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Ideal for one person or two, this compact electric griddle with its 8-1/2-by-10-1/2-inch cooking surface cooks four fried eggs or two good-sized steaks. Coated with a slightly textured, durable nonstick finish, the griddle requires very little grease, thereby producing healthier food. For fattier meats like bacon, a built-in channel along one end catches drippings. When the griddle’s heat control is removed, the unit is fully submersible in warm, soapy water. The 1000-watt griddle plugs into any 120-volt outlet and automatically maintains temperatures ranging from warm to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Made of cast aluminum that resists warping and distributes heat evenly, the griddle measures 14-3/4 by 10 by 2-1/2 inches (the heat-resistant leg-handle units can be unscrewed for even more compact storage), and is covered by a one-year warranty against defects.

Specifications & Manuals

  • Model: 07050
  • Brand: Presto
  • Generous cooking surface
  • Control Master heat control
  • Cool-touch base
  • Exclusive Foldaway feature
  • Presto Cool-Touch Foldaway Griddle
  • Nonstick surface for stick-free cooking
  • 14-by-15-inch grilling surface
  • Low-profile design
  • Instruction manual included
  • 1 year limited warranty

Customer Reviews

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Presto Liddle Griddle 5 5 1 1
It ws a repacement griddle This one is smaller grill furface. Just the right size for two people. And, it stores in less space under the counter. The old griddle shorted out where the cable enters the thermostat control and was damaged beyond use. The new control has added bulk where the cable enters the control. May not wear out so quick through handling it. March 18, 2012
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