<p>Make up to four delicious paninis at one time with the Cookworks panini grill. A quick and easy way to cook up a scrummy lunchtime snack!</p><ul><li>1000 watts.</li><li>Makes 4 sandwiches.</li><li>Non-stick plates.</li><li>EAN: 9099256.</li></ul>
"Pros: Fairly small and light, lowest priced grill I could find. Cons: Hinge doesn't open very wide, so with a lot of filling, the top and bottom slices become misaligned. Because it is so light, any attempt to manually press the top grill down tends to lift the back legs off the counter. No variable temperature control. Calling it 4 slice is a bit optimistic, I would say 2 unless they are very small Panini. Summary: You get what you pay for. It does what I need but it is not top of the range."
"Very large so you can put lots (pancakes, cumpets... work too!) in at same time. Looks great! Price is just fab! If I really have to find a minus I'd say Could heat-up a tad faster but it's probably just me being impatient for that snack! :-)"
"This is an absolute bargain! Not only does it make excellent toasties, but it acts as a grill too. It has a drip tray which is really easy to clean and the meat cooks quickly and easily. I cannot recommend this highly enough."
"Works really well and you can use it for toasties as well as panini's. However it is described as a four slice grill which it definitely is not! You can do two toasties together as long as it's not huge slices of bread and it does fit two of some panini's however you have to keep moving them about to get them evenly toasted as you can't get them in side by side! Apart from the size thing I'm really happy with my purchase."
"Great simple to use. Makes toastie without that sealed triangle shape that's always has a hard crust. Allows for a good thick filling. I got it for £10 and its just as good as the very expensive one I previously had. We make several toastie a day since we got this machine."