- Stainless steel burners
- 1 zone heating control
- Fixed grease catcher
- Portable design
- Electric igniter
Material and Durability: Blackstone Table Top Grill is made of black powder-coated and stainless steel and has a cold-rolled steel cooking surface. Hence, it is durable and long-lasting. You won’t have to worry about the repairs every now and then.
Size and Capacity: This grill has a size of 260 square inches. It provides quite a large space to cook your versatile dishes.
Energy Efficiency: This grill is efficient and an energy saver as it has 1 pound propane bottles as fuel.
Heating Capability — Uniform and High Heat: This portable grill has a stainless steel “H” burner which provides uniform heat distribution and the cooking is done at a fast pace. The reason for fast cooking is the 12,000BTU heat output. However, wind can cause issues in even heating as the sides under the cooking surface are open.
Safe to Use: This grill has a very tight connection when it is hooked up to propane gas tanks. It is advisable to place it on an outdoor folding table and put it on plastic cutting boards that can withstand heat, to be safer. Also, keep the grill away from anything inflammable and turn off the gas after using it.
Ease of Usage, storage, and Cleaning: This elegant grill is easy to use as it comes with an electric igniter and uses propane bottles for fuel. It also has a grease catcher fitted in it as well. You can use this versatile grill for outdoor parties, hunting trips, camping out, road trips, etc.
It can easily be carried by hand. In order to store it, you simply have to invert the griddle on the griddle body and save storage space.
Cleaning it is also pretty easy since it has a fitted grease catcher and you only have to wipe it off using a paper towel and it will be ready for reuse.
- Made of stainless steel
- Energy efficient
- Provides uniform heat
- Safe to use
- Easy to use, store and clean
- Drip tray could be bigger
- Cooking surface not totally flat
- Sides open under the surface, wind causes issues in even heating