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Camp Chef Flat Top Grill Review

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Updated April 22, 2022
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For some people, there’s a certain joy that comes with being able to do their cooking in the outdoors. This is something they consider a hobby, and they’d also be willing to invest a considerable amount of money to get one of the best grills there is. If this sounds like you, then you ought to have a look at the Camp Chef flat-top grill. It’s a top-tier grill that’s perfect for doing all kinds of outdoor cooking, and is big enough to prepare food that’d be enough for a large family. Care to find out if it’s the best flat-top grill for your money? Read on.

Why We Like It – Camp Chef Flat Top Grill

With up to 604 Square Inches of cooking space, the Camp Chef Flat Top Grill is easily a top-tier griddle that’ll allow you to prepare a wide range of different foods. It’s got 4 separate burners each with its own control knob, and combined heat intensity of up to 48000 BTUs.

Pros
  • 4 Separate Burners
  • Dual Side Shelves
  • Overall heat output of 48000 BTU
Cons
  • Expensive

Power/Heating

With up to four 12000 BTU stainless steel burners, the Camp Chef Grill has a lot more cooking power than the 17-inch Blackstone Table Top Grill, so you’ll be able to easily create hot, warm, and cold zones on your griddle. You also won’t have to use any lighters because there’s a piezoelectric ignition at each control knob, and this allows for two zone cooking where you’ll be able to heat up both ends of the griddle at different degrees. Underneath its griddle, there’s a griddle grill that proves to be very useful when dealing with meat, and also features a slide-out grill tray that emerges to capture any grease drippings that may occur underneath the firebox.

Related: Check out our Bull Grill review for something cheaper.

Size/Versatility

The Camp Chef Flat Top Grill offers up to 604 square inches of cooking space. This is almost double what the 1666 Blackstone tabletop griddle 22-inch has to offer, and would be roughly enough for up to 30 burgers – perfect for use even during an event. Its flat-top griddle is also made of stainless steel, so you should expect it to last a long time before you start seeing any evidence of aging. Just like many of the leading Weber grills, they’ll last.

Durability

Backed by a 1-year warranty, the Camp Chef flat-top grill is well made to withstand any elements of the weather if used for outdoor cooking, so you should have no second thoughts about storing it outside or even carrying it in the back of your pickup truck. Just like the Blackstone Professional 36-inch flat-top grill, the Camp Chef grill also features 4 sturdy legs, with two roller wheels on one side for easier maneuverability.

Related: Also check out our Camp Chef Smokepro 36XGX review.

Ease of Use

There’s really nothing that you’ll need to wrap your head around when cooking with the Camp Chef flat-top grill. Meals will be as easy to cook as they are in your kitchen, and with two side shelves on each side, you’ll have plenty of space to place your propane gas tank, or even do some meal prep before you start cooking. For another grill that’s simple and easy to clean, you’ll want to read our Cuisinart Grills review.

Value

While its size and frame might be quite large and bulky, like the Char-Broil Performance 2 burner. the Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 600 remains a top choice for anyone who wouldn’t want to compromise on quality when it comes to their preferred choice of cooking equipment. Its price range may lean towards the higher end, but the unit remains a perfect choice for anyone who needs equipment that is reliable, and capable of lasting a long time of use.

Camp Chef Flat Top Grill Wrap Up

Camp Chef is a well-known manufacturer of cook systems and camping grills, so you can expect that the build quality of their flat-top grills is way above what other competitors in the industry have to offer.

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