|Product Depth (in.)||14.61||Product Height (in.)||7.56|
|Product Width (in.)||15.67|
|Appliance Type||Countertop Grill||Color/Finish||Stainless Steel|
|Color/Finish Family||Stainless||Cooking Area (sq. in.)||240|
|Features||Cool-Touch Handles,Dishwasher Safe Parts,Grill,Locking Lid,Non-Stick Interior||Grill Type||Grills|
|Housing Material||Metal||Includes||Recipe Book|
|Maximum Heating Temperature (Fahrenheit)||500||Number of Temperature/Cooking Controls||2|
|Pan Shape||Rectangle||Product Weight (lb.)||15.3|
|Returnable||90-Day||Small Appliances Color Family||Grey|
|Small Electric Product Type||Indoor Grill||Style||Modern|
|Certifications and Listings||ETL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||Limited 3-year warranty|
A: Yes, you can grill ribs on this griddler.
A: Sadly there are no waffle plates, nor regular plates available for this model on Cuisinart's website.
A: Sorry, forget my last answer, looked at wrong item. Went using a 1500 watt item, and this is 1800 so the correct answer should be a solid 15 amps, so as I stated before, as long as the outlets are at least 15 amp rated you should be okay. Sorry for the mix up.
A: I haven't tested using an ammeter, but according to an electrical current conversion tool, I come up with 12.5 amps. I'd round that up to at least 13 amps, and just for good measure call it 15 amps. If your generator is rated for 15 or more amps per outlet you should be clear as I've been told most breakers are generally good for about 20% beyond the listed amperage. IE 15 amp should be okay for a surge of approximately 18 amps, at least in theory. Hope this helps.
A: sadly no but wish they did make them.
A: And yes the waffle plates do fit. Best seared chicken breast and steak ‼️
A: Don't think so.
A: I didn't buy the waffle plates, but if they are made for this exact model I'm sure they would.
A: We have the GR 150 Model. I am not sure?
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