I live in Asheboro and can't drive any further than 20 miles to meet you. On Mon, Tues. and Weds., I'm in Greensboro for school. You can come to my school to meet me, I can't leave that parking lot though. Please don't ask me to meet you unless you're 100% positive that you want to buy this. Please don't have me drive to meet you because you want to look at it to decide if you want it. You'll need to come to Asheboro to look at it if you just want to check it out (my pictures and descriptions are very detailed). Please bring the exact change, because I don't carry money. Please don't ask me to go down on the price after I've driven to meet you. Let's please have all these details worked out prior to meeting. Thanks soooo much! : )
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I'm sorry but I can't hold this, I can't take this off Craig's List unless we've already met and the sale has taken place. : ) Thanks!
It comes with everything you see pictured, no extras and no instructions. The instructions can be found online but I'm also copying them here in case you'd like to print this ad, you'll have the instructions too! :) It's totally self explanatory though, just by looking at it. It has "Off, warm, simmer," and the heat settings, VERY easy to use! It was bought as a gift, she got it out of the box and let it sit on the counter. She never used it.
It cost $74.99 with taxes it was over $80.00!!
The George Foreman Fusion GR70 Grill, also known as the "Party Time Grill," differs from the typical tabletop grill in that it has one round grilling surface rather than a top and a bottom that cook food from both sides. It's designed so it can be used at the table if you wanted, with each person grilling their own meal on skewers and basting with flavor-infused liquid. Or use on the kitchen counter to cook for yourself or a family. The GR70 can also be used as a fondue pot.
Center Sauce Heater to fuse the taste of sauces to your meat or veggies
See-Through Glass Lid
Holds around 5 large burgers, up to 5 pork chops, 20+ hotdogs, tons of veggies too!
May also be used as a steamer or for fondue!
14″ Wide Grilling Surface It's SUPER big!!!
Cooks up to 420 degrees
Sloped grilling pan
Easy to take apart and clean
Prepare foods for grilling. Meats and vegetables should be cut into 1-inch pieces or strips (thread onto skewers if you'd like).
Place the grill pan onto the base with the base's grill plug socket lined up with the pan's opening, and snap it into place. Place the cup into the opening in the center of the grill. Fill the cup with marinade, sauce or flavored water.
Plug the temperature control probe into the base, then into the wall socket.
Preheat the grill to the desired temperature. For tabletop pan-broiling, turn the dial to 390 degrees Fahrenheit. For dry-grilling, set to the maximum 440 degrees F. The light on the dial will go out when the grill reaches the temperature.
Grill the food on the heated surface, turning frequently until meats and/or vegetable are browned. Baste the food with liquid from the cup, if desired. If the food starts getting too brown before it's cooked through, decrease the heat by about 50 degrees.
Unplug and remove the grill pan and cup after use and wash them in warm, soapy water.