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Lisle Corporation Impact Driver Impact Driver Set
"Loosen frozen screws or securely tighten those that want to work loose (like scope base screws). Gives rotary impact power that hand tightening can't and won't twist screw heads off. Mfg: Lisle Corporation SPECS: Driver 1¼"" (3.2cm) diameter x 4¾"" (12.0cm). Steel. 3/8"" (9.5mm) sq. drive male end. Bit Holder 3/8"" (9.5mm) sq. drive (female) socket adapts ¼"" (8.0mm) hex bits (MAGNA-TIP) to 3/8"" (9.5mm) sq. drive (as on Impact Driver). Set contains:"
Dianne Foster "Di": I bought four of these grills -- three for gifts and one for me. We all like the GF grill very much and for different reasons. My husband likes our grill because he can make a grilled cheese sandwich in two minutes and with no mess. Prior to purchasing this grill, he could not make a grilled cheese sandwich. I made grilled cheese sandwiches by buttering the outside of the bread slices and melting the cheese/bread in a frying pan on the top of the stove. This procedure took about 10 minutes and the added butter made the bread greasy. Now we make the grilled cheese sandwich in the GF grill with NO butter and it's just as toasty and the cheese melts and it takes two minutes. Furthermore, the grill is easy to clean. We simply wipe it out with a paper towel. We've also cooked filet mignon steaks on the grill and my husband says they taste as good as they did when he grilled them on the out-door grill. I place the GF grill on the stove top so the fumes are sucked up the exhaust fan. It takes about 6-7 minutes because both sides cook simultaneously. My daughter loves the grill because it's easy enough for the kids to use and it only takes five minutes to grill a hamburger. This is a nifty little grill and I am pleased to say it lives up to the advertisement I saw. No kitchen should be without it.
D. N. Kelly "Exiled Brummie": This is such an awesome little piece of kit and have recommended it to so many people! My five star review i guess also takes into condideration the price we paid. We go this when it was reduced to $14.99 and I doubt that, pound for pound, you could get a better kitchen gadget for that price.As I had previously seen this on tv infomercials I was a little sceptical as I always am of these "gadgets", but this really has changed our kitchen lives. It heats up so fast and cooks very quickly and evenly (due to it cooking both sides at once).We really love the speed - its great to know that in four/five minutes you can have a perfect tuna-stek or porkchop without having to fire up the oven. It also frees up the oven to cook other things for your meal.Its just big enough to cook two chicken breasts or two burgers, a porkchop or steak. But it can also be used for sausage links, bacon, vegetables and grilled cheese sandwiches.Some people have mentioned they have real problems cleaning it up. Whilst yes it could be better but you literally just scrape off any excess and wipe it down. If you dont want to have to do that then you need to buy the one with removable plates but it would have cost us three times as much.Be warned thought that the fat-collecting drip tray shouldnt be put in the dishwasher - we did and it melted part of it.
Don Eylat "cutlery maven": unless you eat hamburgers as your main meat entree, save your money. After cooking a magnificent rib eye steak ( aka "delmonico").which I rub with myfavorite White Swan soy sauce( arguably the best in the world)a trace of garlic, I subjected the steak to 7 minutes of this highlytouted cooker for a rare finish, I swore off this " champ" as thesteak ended up almost tasteless. Due to circumstances,I. no longer haveaccess to a regular charcoal or gas grill. I returned to a "lodge" brand cast iron "griling pan ( ribbed botton) which approximated the BBQ grill taste by burning stripes in the meat. a mess to season andclean but the food becomes tasty, unlike the " champ's' results. salmon filet and chicken breast suffered the same fate as my steak.
D. Sun: The thing with George Foreman, stovetop pan grills, and electric grills in general is they may put what sort of looks like 'grill,' marks on the food, but it isn't real grilling. It is fast, healthy, and you can make some good tasting stuff, but you can do the same with a non-stick pan.These things are not easy to clean. The flavor isn't there as well, so I threw mine away.It's a great idea in many ways, made George far more money than even his boxing, but I'd suggest a mini propane grill as the best compromise between electric and charcoal/wood.
E. Blake "poodlebone": I've had my little grill for years now and it still works great. I cook just for 1 so this size is big enough for me. For marinated items the grill can become very messy and it is a pain to clean, but that's the only negative thing I can think of. I've grilled meat, vegetables, and sandwiches in mine. I definitely plan on upgrading eventually to a bigger grill with removable/interchangeable plates.