De'Longh CGH902 5 - in 1 Grill and Griddle RRP £159 NOW £20 instore @ Tesco
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De'Longh CGH902 5 - in 1 Grill and Griddle RRP £159 NOW £20 instore @ Tesco

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Found 13th Jan
The De’Longhi CGH902 is a 5-in-1 grill and griddle with high-precision temperature control. It features 5 cooking functions: contact grill, panini press, full grill, full griddle, and half grill/half griddle. You can cook a range of foods including burgers and panini’s – and grill delicious meat, fish and vegetables. The CGH902 has dishwasher-safe, easily removable plates thanks to two easy-to-use release buttons. Two accessories for healthy cooking are included: a practical oil fat collector and one spatula.

Found for £20 in local Tesco, NEW OSCOTT Midlands... should be nationwide... clearing out, a good piece of kit, high end name, and still retailing around £80 - £160 BRAND NEW AND £50 REFURB....

91 Comments

bet the one in Leigh won't have any... The staff always nab all the good stuff for themselves in there. Heat added for your find and the headsup though!

Heat for price and find

Heat if you can grab one, gonna try myself later today!

Great find! I want one! Will be off into town to try to hunt one down today, thankyou

VIMPTO

bet the one in Leigh won't have any... The staff always nab all the good … bet the one in Leigh won't have any... The staff always nab all the good stuff for themselves in there. Heat added for your find and the headsup though!



Neither will the one in Batley. The staff always keep everything behind for themselves there too

Will look, thanks. No worries if the staff take them though, they do a crap job for crap money so deserve a few perks.

Perfect for grilling wild goose breasts.
Edited by: "smk77" 13th Jan

I WANT ONE! Will look in my local. Thanx for sharing Op Heat Added

anyone else got one or is it just store specific

these "local" deals should always come with a picture of the item and a receipt as 9 out of 10 its a goose chase or made up.

Whether it's £20 or £160, it's still destined to end up in the furthest corner of that cupboard in your kitchen reserved for pointless kitchen gadgets.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-Health-Grill-CGH902C-1500/dp/B00BIJR8E8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484295971&sr=8-1&keywords=De%27Longhi+CGH902

Reviews (albeit only 7 of them) are pretty shocking by and large.

rumble

Whether it's £20 or £160, it's still destined to end up in the furthest c … Whether it's £20 or £160, it's still destined to end up in the furthest corner of that cupboard in your kitchen reserved for pointless kitchen gadgets.



Exactly, should just fit nicely alongside the breadmaker.

djbenny1

https://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-Health-Grill-CGH902C-1500/dp/B00BIJR8E8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484295971&sr=8-1&keywords=De%27Longhi+CGH902Reviews (albeit only 7 of them) are pretty shocking by and large.


Ooo just looked at those reviews, maybe I won't get one after all lol

muffboy

Exactly, should just fit nicely alongside the breadmaker.



And the juicer

I have on and agree with the first review

1. The writing by the dials will come off after 2 or 3 uses.
2. The grill plates have not been angled correctly, so any fat that drips off the food does not fall off the grill, but instead stays on the plates and just end up burnt
3. When you lift the lid, the fat drains off the top grill plate onto the back of the machine and all over your worktop

anyway I complained to delongh and they replaced it for the second to be the same - phoned them again and they sent a kettle as compensation.
can not fault delongh as a company but this item is poor although at this price it's a bargain (I have lifted the back to the plates are angled better)

matthat

I have on and agree with the first review1. The writing by the dials will … I have on and agree with the first review1. The writing by the dials will come off after 2 or 3 uses.2. The grill plates have not been angled correctly, so any fat that drips off the food does not fall off the grill, but instead stays on the plates and just end up burnt3. When you lift the lid, the fat drains off the top grill plate onto the back of the machine and all over your worktopanyway I complained to delongh and they replaced it for the second to be the same - phoned them again and they sent a kettle as compensation.can not fault delongh as a company but this item is poor although at this price it's a bargain (I have lifted the back to the plates are angled better)



​I have a new George foreman grill with the exact same issue, the angle is not angled enough so nothing drips out and stays burnt on the girl instead.

with this level of complexity, is worth discovering the joys of a frying pan particularly as they are saying fat isn't bad for you. And then when you finish wipe it with a kitchen towel and it virtually clean. The real devil is in the detail of these machines

i often wonder how products can be thought out, designed, approved, prototype made, tested, approved etc etc until manufactured... and still be a big pile of crap that doesn't even do the single job it was created for. like grill plates not being angled properly.. how does that even get passed the initial design phase?

rumble

Whether it's £20 or £160, it's still destined to end up in the furthest c … Whether it's £20 or £160, it's still destined to end up in the furthest corner of that cupboard in your kitchen reserved for pointless kitchen gadgets.


I just resurrected my george foreman last month - I have to say that it is way more useful than I initially gave it credit for

Robot_Rooster

​I have a new George foreman grill with the exact same issue, the angle i … ​I have a new George foreman grill with the exact same issue, the angle is not angled enough so nothing drips out and stays burnt on the girl instead.


I have put a 12 mm sheet of plastic under the rear feet - this lifts it sufficiently to let the fat to drain forward / really bad design but easily fixed
Edited by: "matthat" 13th Jan

matthat

I have put a 12 mm sheet of plastic under the rear feet - this lifts it … I have put a 12 mm sheet of plastic under the rear feet - this lifts it sufficiently to let the fat to drain forward / really bad design but easily fixed



​I'll give that a shot! Thanks

photo or it didn't happen.

http://sd.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk/i-w600/keep-calm-and-let-the-hunt-begin-2.jpg

cold - top part is too heavy, everything comes out flat and bone dry

I bought one of these and returned it for the usual reasons. It's very lightweight and appears poor quality, nowhere near good enough for the high RRP, and it's no surprise that the price has been reduced so much !

djbenny1

https://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-Health-Grill-CGH902C-1500/dp/B00BIJR8E8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484295971&sr=8-1&keywords=De%27Longhi+CGH902Reviews (albeit only 7 of them) are pretty shocking by and large.



But whats shocking for £150 might be amazing for £20

Anyone been able to verify the deal in other tesco stores?

matthat

I have on and agree with the first review1. The writing by the dials will … I have on and agree with the first review1. The writing by the dials will come off after 2 or 3 uses.2. The grill plates have not been angled correctly, so any fat that drips off the food does not fall off the grill, but instead stays on the plates and just end up burnt3. When you lift the lid, the fat drains off the top grill plate onto the back of the machine and all over your worktopanyway I complained to delongh and they replaced it for the second to be the same - phoned them again and they sent a kettle as compensation.can not fault delongh as a company but this item is poor although at this price it's a bargain (I have lifted the back to the plates are angled better)



That was one of my Amazon reviews, and I would advise everybody to avoid this grill, even at £20 - just save yourself a lot of hassle and buy a different machine, (I went back to the George Foreman). On the De'Longhi machine the channel the fat drains out of is not like the George Foreman, i.e the fat comes out of the whole of the front of the machine, instead on the De'Longhi the fat is directed to the bottom right hand side, the area the fat comes out of is around one centimeter, if this gets blocked then all of the fat will stay on the machine and start burning causing a horrible smell in your kitchen and on your food (see picture 6 on the Amazon website to get an idea of how small the area is that the fat drains out of).

When you lift the lid, the fat on the top grill plate spills on to the back of the machine and all over your counter top, it takes ages to clean the back of the machine and the counter top.

On a positive note, if you buy the machine from Tescos, then you will be able to return it to them after you have used it a few times (as the numbers on the dials will come off after a few uses, giving you a reasonable excuse to return the machine). Make sure you keep your receipts safe.........



Edited by: "MIB15" 13th Jan

Friend from Scotland had a George Fornby as they were all the rage one year and he'd been given one as present. He propped up the front with a paperback explaining "all the flipping nice fat keeps drippin' oot"

muffboy

Exactly, should just fit nicely alongside the breadmaker.



I disagree, extremely useful for people like me who can't cook. My oven has become a useless piece of kit since I got a George foreman

I tried to find it in Tesco new oscott but no luck couldn't see it any were

terayon00

Neither will the one in Batley. The staff always keep everything behind … Neither will the one in Batley. The staff always keep everything behind for themselves there too



Why not? Wouldn't you if you had such a crappy job?

akGTR

I disagree, extremely useful for people like me who can't cook. My oven … I disagree, extremely useful for people like me who can't cook. My oven has become a useless piece of kit since I got a George foreman



Shouldn't you be buying a new over rather than a piece of tat that you will never use?

My questions is - how easy is it to clean?

EAN ?

bc909885

Friend from Scotland had a George Fornby as they were all the rage one … Friend from Scotland had a George Fornby as they were all the rage one year and he'd been given one as present. He propped up the front with a paperback explaining "all the flipping nice fat keeps drippin' oot"



Did he have the Mars bar to deep fry too in the fat ... and I suspect he didn't have one with a Ukulele

reviews look wack

They don't make any more but George Foreman brand used to make a small clamshell oven and it was the best thing I ever owned. You could either put food items directly on the bottom or on a tray and if you did that there was virtually no cleaning, it was the ultimate low energy oven and you could do whole chickens in it.
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