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George Foreman 2 Portion Grill - £9.97 Argos
George Foreman 2 Portion Grill - £9.97 Argos

George Foreman 2 Portion Grill - £9.97 Argos

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George Foreman 2 portion grill in Argos for £9.97, was £14.99

The George Forman 17894 grill can cook up to 2 portions at one time. Features include floating hinge so you can cook extra thick food, non-stick cooking plates for easy cleaning and vertical storage.
Health grill features:
700 watts.
Cooks 2 portions.
Non-stick .
Floating hinge to easily adjust to any thickness of food.
Sloped grill so oil or fat can drain easily and drip tray to collect the oil and fat.

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kristalyte

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Didn't notice it

posted at argos ebay, I commented showing available for collection in store at argos (so technically a 'different' deal)

good find op, heat added

Remember when these were about £40!

These are a nightmare to clean. Ive packed mine away. I would only buy a grill with removable plates in future

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FrugalFergal

These are a nightmare to clean. Ive packed mine away. I would only buy a … These are a nightmare to clean. Ive packed mine away. I would only buy a grill with removable plates in future



Clean them as soon as you've finished cooking, preferably with the heat of the plates. Use a damp dish cloth and small amount of fairy liquid!

I'd need a couple of these,two portions will never keep my bronzed adonis body in its current wobbly shape

Rob2007

Clean them as soon as you've finished cooking, preferably with the heat … Clean them as soon as you've finished cooking, preferably with the heat of the plates. Use a damp dish cloth and small amount of fairy liquid!



I find them irritating to clean as well so will give this a try. Have cleaned the one I have so much that the non-stick bit is wearing away, so time to get a new one at a cheap price.

edit: ...and the tip I have is to put the unit, and drip tray aka 'fat catcher', on a tray to make cleaning any gunk over flow really easy.
Edited by: "MeneerSmith" 18th Oct 2016

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MeneerSmith

I find them irritating to clean as well so will give this a try. Have … I find them irritating to clean as well so will give this a try. Have cleaned the one I have so much that the non-stick bit is wearing away, so time to get a new one at a cheap price. :)edit: ...and the tip I have is to put the unit, and drip tray aka 'fat catcher', on a tray to make cleaning any gunk over flow really easy.



Yeah that's a good shout. I heard that some people put foil inside the fat catcher and then throw away the foil

More of a hukd general query but Is this going to be a 'thing' now posting as eBay Argos and Argos? As it looks like they have sync'd up there systems and put loads of there catalogue click and collect on eBay, to me it's the same retailer just a different method of ordering... Much like in store, on the website and over the phone (apparently some people still order by these means) are all the same deal normally.
Edited by: "jamhops" 19th Oct 2016

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jamhops

More of a hukd general query but Is this going to be a 'thing' now … More of a hukd general query but Is this going to be a 'thing' now posting as eBay Argos and Argos? As it looks like they have sync'd up there systems and put loads of there catalogue click and collect on eBay, to me it's the same retailer just a different method of ordering... Much like in store, on the website and over the phone (apparently some people still order by these means) are all the same deal normally.



Please send your general query to: generalquery@hotukdeals.com X). And remember to address the General as Sir.
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