Blackstone 1554 Griddle Cooking Station, 36-Inch

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Blackstone 1554 Griddle Cooking Station, 36-Inch

List Price : $449.99
Price : $355.48
Code : B00DYN0438

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Product Feature

  • The Blackstone 36" Griddle Cooking Station offers a sturdy steel powder coated frame with a thick cold rolled steel griddle cooking surface
  • Feature four independently controlled stainless steel burners
  • Produces a total of 60,000 BTU

Product Description

Blackstone 36" Griddle Cooking Station, offers a sturdy steel powder coated frame with a thick cold rolled steel griddle cooking surface.

Product Detail

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #34956 in Lawn & Patio
  • Color: white
  • Brand: Blackstone
  • Model: 1554
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 36.00" h x 22.00" w x 62.50" l, 120.00 pounds

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Product Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful.
5Awesome griddle! HUGE
By K. Christensen
I don't know what the other reviewers are talking about when they are upset that the griddle didn't come assembled. Really? You think they ship this thing in a box with its legs already on?

Anyway, as far as the griddle goes, it's awesome. It took me about an hour to season it for the first time. I rubbed on some shortening and put the burners on full blast (as directed). The oil/shortening helps give it the nice "grandma's cast iron" color and helps to provide a non-stick surface. The initial coloration of the grill is kind of greenish (I added some pictures above) but as you season the grill with the oil and scrape around on the top of the griddle during the seasoning process, all of that goes away and the nice dark black color comes through. This griddle is HUGE! Again look at the pictures that I've added and you'll see that even with 18 burgers and a couple dozen dogs, I've still got PLENTY of room left.

I love the griddle and would highly recommend to anyone.

Happy Grilling!!

22 of 26 people found the following review helpful.
3Just Good Enough But Not Great
By Jack Sparrow
I purchased this exact griddle at Lowes for $299. It did not come with any other accessories except the two built in side tables that easily attach/detach with a single screw that conveniently turns with your fingers. I found the burners to be adequate but not as even as I prefer. It cooks fairly evenly which is usually a problem with a griddle of this size so it is an improvement on most large griddles.
The square metal tubes that funnel the gas from the first lit burner to lite the next were not constructed or cut properly by the manufacturer so I had to bend and hack-saw because it forced the assembler to install the burners unlevel which diminishes performance. It CLEARLY was a flaw that the assembler at the manufacturer should have remedied. The cast iron griddle is very heavy and works great. It does have some imperfections (pits and welding bumps) that are not ideal for a smooth flat cooking service. Overall, I would still buy it unless I found a better rated and equally priced product by a competitor. I wouldn't pay more than the $299 that I paid for mine.

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
5Great Grill, fun to cook on, very versatile!
By Jim from Ky.
This is an awesome grill/griddle, and a great value. While I bought it at Lowes, cheaper and had a gift card, I want to pass on a review here as well.

It's very large, so large that you can cook multiple things at different temps at the same time. I use a heat laser gun to check the temps on each area. I suggest you get one of these as it helps tremendously.

I'll do the pro and con list, it seems easier.

Seasoning the cook top. I read a few recommendations here, but, the easiest way, is heat it up full temp, let it cook 20 minutes or so, then turn it off and scrape it. Then, do it again, and throw some greasy burgers or bacon on it. It'll take a few times cooking to get it perfect, but, it's fine after the first time or two.

This will use a little more propane than a normal grill. I get about 1/4 less time and use from a tank. This is just my experience. Tank is easy to access. The tank hanger appears flimsy, but, so far it's fine.

Pros: 1. good temp control 2. very sturdy 3. easy to clean with the right tools. heats up quickly, and cools down as quickly to keep temp adjusted. 4. Last but not least, it is fun to cook on. 5. buy one, you'll love it if you like to cook with restaurant style equipment.

Cons:
1. Clean up is easy, but a little messy at times. I use a commercial griddle pad. A little water, medium temp, cleans up fine. Just be careful not to overload the drain trough as it's small.

2. Drain trough. I leveled my griddle, so you must scrape the grease to the trough. It doesn't drain well to the drain cup, it'll need some help. Use your spatula to push the liquid to the drain, just be careful and go slow, as it will quickly overflow onto your shoes or bare feed. It would be nice if it were deeper.

3. Drain hole. This hole, while adequate in circumference, is simply punched into the steel. The water and grease will "kickback" when running through the hole, and will spill onto you or the deck or porch, instead of the drain cup. You can get a grinder stone on your Dremel tool, and grind a groove to help, but it'll take some work, and testing, to get it right. I simply used a trick I saw on the Moonshiners TV show. Simply find a twig from a plant or tree, bend it in a "V" shape, and insert it, tip down, through the hole about halfway. The liquid will then hit the twig, and follow it straight down into the cup. Simple and quick, and no grinding.

4. Heat: The unit expels the residual heat all around the griddle, particularly the sides. Putting plastic items next to the griddle while you cook, could result in them melting. Be careful. Heat also exits the back and front of the unit. You'll notice this quickly if you stand too close. I am going to try to construct some type of shield around the unit, to expel the heat upward. They listed a splatter shield for this model, but after contacting the company, they said they discontinued it as it became very hot during use. They said they are working on a better setup.

5. While portable, it's a very heavy unit. I remove the griddle top, which just lifts off, and separate them. We rarely pack it up though.

Everything said, I'd buy it again, and may buy the smaller one for my kids. Nothing is perfect, but this is as good as it gets for the price, value, and durability.

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