One of the quickest to heat up the griddle surface. Area above heating element gets warmer, but the power is spread around fairly evenly.
A couple of minor design flaws, like the lack of a base, will be of concern to some.
Large yet easy to store, this model finds itself around the high end of basic griddles. Perfect for quickly whipping up a large breakfast.
Versatile enough to take on nearly any grilling task, coupled with a precise, easy-to-use digital control panel.
While perfectly adequate for a small family, hosting a large brunch will strain this machine.
Capable yet simple to operate, this machine offers great value for money. Surprisingly large grilling area when folded open.
Economical yet effective, this grill can handle almost anything thrown on it. Glass lid helps keep the heat (and oil!) inside.
While the grill surface isn’t tiny, someone more interested in eggs and pancakes than steaks will want to look elsewhere.
Not the best breakfast griddle out there, but definitely worth it if high heat is what you’re after.
A great focal point for a dinner party, this grill features the ability to melt cheese.
It’s just not powerful enough to perform well at many common grilling tasks.
The average household won’t use this frequently, but it’s very nice to have if you often have people over.
Small and very easy to use, this appliance allows you to enjoy freshly-made snacks any time you wish.
Only a tiny amount of food can be cooked at once, making it suitable only for individuals.
May not be a full-service electric grill, but very handy to have around when you want to enjoy a breakfast alone.
Large, multifunctional and easy to operate, this machine can do pretty much anything you might need.
It’s possible to pay much less for a grill which, with some practice, can accomplish nearly everything this one can.
Assuming that you’re willing to spend this much, you’re certain to appreciate the convenience and versatility.
A fairly large ceramic griddle as well as a warming rack makes it possible to serve a lot of food at once.
Ceramic griddle surfaces have some drawbacks, while this machine could have been made more rugged.
Despite a couple of concerns, its capabilities stack up very well against its price.
A large cooking surface, lid, and excellent manufacturing quality all count in its favor.
No grease drainage, only rudimentary temperature controls and a high price makes this griddle unsuitable for many users.
This is without a doubt a premium product, but it will not work for you if you want a standard, user-friendly griddle.
Able to take on most grilling tasks, this is a proven design from a respected company.
With only basic temperature regulation, inexperienced cooks might struggle to get the results they want.
The only real drawback to this machine is its lack of digital controls, which has been remedied in the updated model.
A very nice, no-frills option for cooking breakfast right at the table.
It has no really remarkable features like a warming tray, and some people will prefer a traditional non-stick surface.
Not meant to do as much as some electric griddles, this will still be all you need in many situations.
Capable of standing up to heavy use, this indoor griddle is very similar to the ones you might find in a small diner.
The large cooking area and lack of special features makes this both more and less than what most users want.
Unlike any other electric griddle that made our list, this is what you’ll need when cooking for a large group instead of a single family.
The heating element set right into the cooking plate allows for higher, more evenly spread heat.
While powerful, the smallish griddle surface and lack of special features are a little disappointing at this price.
While not for everyone, this is a nice ceramic grill if you’re planning to do steaks on it.