Tefal Optigrill+ XL Health Grill - GC722D40 £124.99 @ Costco

Tefal Optigrill+ XL Health Grill - GC722D40 £124.99 @ Costco

£124.99Costco Deals
Found 2nd Jun 2017
This is the XL version of the Tefal Optigrill, usually goes for £160+ with online retailers.

Product Details

This Optigrill+ XL Health Grill has 9 automatic programmes and a cooking level indicator for perfect grilling results from rare to well-done and a manual mode with 4 adjustable temperatures to cook all sorts of food.

With the Automatic Sensor Cooking technology, time and temperature are automatically adjusted to the thickness and number of items placed on the grill based on the 9 cooking programmes and a frozen food mode.

At the same time, an indicator light allows direct monitoring: purple for pre-heating, blue then green at the start of cooking, yellow when the food is rare, orange for medium and red for well-done. The machine beeps at every stage to let you know when your meal is cooked the way you like it.

Perfectly adaptable to everyone's tastes. Simply lift up the lid to pick up your meat when it's ready and leave the rest to carry on cooking. The additional manual mode with 4 adjustable temperature levels allow you to cook anything and is perfectly adapted to fruits and vegetables, cooking them just the way you want.


Model: GC722D40
Power: 2000W
Perfect grilling results from rare to well done
800cm² cooking surface
Removable plates
Drip trays
Indicator light for direct monitoring
9 automatic cooking programmes for different food types:
Red meat
Automatic adjustment to right temperature for the size and thickness of any food type within the given programmes
4 adjustable temperatures
Cleaning Instructions: Non-stick aluminium plates and juice tray are dishwasher safe

Dimensions: H 15 x W 31 x D 42.6 cm
Weight: 5.2kg
Brand: Tefal
Type: Grill
Material: Aluminium
- See more at: costco.co.uk/vie…400
Community Updates


Why are people voting this cold ?
It is a cracking deal.

Why are people voting this cold ?It is a cracking deal.

​no idea. I've got mine and have already used it upteen times. Love it!
I have ordered one thanks to your post so thank you.
This XL version is not easy to buy at a reasonable price from a known retailer.
I know because I have looked for a few months, they are usually close to £200.

If people don't want to spend so much money you can get the normal size Optigrill from Argos currently for £100.
People don't confuse this with George Foremans, this is far superior according to a good friend who has both.
This is far higher build quality and you can detach the cooking plates for cleaning.
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