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Xs Sight Systems Dxw Big Dot Sights For Sig Sauer Springfiel
High-visibility sight combinations put you on target faster in high stress or low light conditions by pulling your eyes to the front sight. Sight set includes non-tritium white line V-notch for the rear sight green tritium dot surrounded by a white ring for the front. Low profile no-snag design is great for carry and combat competition guns. Matched sight sets offer direct replacement of factory sights. Big Dot (BD) front sight has a large easy-to-see white ring surrounding the tritium dot. Airlite Ti replaces pinned front sight on fixed sight guns requires drilling for pin. Mfg: Xs Sight Systems
Eric Antonow: To be honest I was sold on this product at 2am via George himself on the television. I was subsequently shamed by my girl friend for my lack of self control and it was recommended that I move the phone and tv into separate rooms.However, the tables have turned drastically since the arrival of said grill. We have done hamburgers (5 stars), chicken sausages (4 stars), many vegetables (4 stars) with very good success. I am a cooking snob and other than a rice cooker I tend to avoid gadgets in the kitchen and stick to hand tools. What this does for me is give a VERY LOW MESS way to cook hamburgers during the winter (8 mos of 12 here in Chicago). I would buy it for that alone.The reason I would recommend XXL version is that this is a fun (no joke, good kitchy (ha) entertainment) appliance when you have guests, and you need surface area to cook at least 4 burgers (or mushrooms or cheese sandwiches, etc). I think using the jr version would feel like you were working an assembly line.Lastly, this makes a great gift for the completely incompetent cook as well as others.
fast_matt: I bought this grill because, for the price, it seemed like a can't-lose experiment.The upside- it's convenient. Put burgers, Italian sausage, or whatever meat you want on the thing and come back when it's done. If the full drip pan is any indication, this grill DOES reduce the fat of the item being cooked.The downside - while it may not burn your steaks, this grill really doesn't get hot enough to properly sear steaks or burgers, and may actually dry burgers out if you try to get them TOO well-done. Even with Omaha Steaks' quality meat, beef prepared on this grill seems rather flavorless. Because of the rather narrow, sharp projections of the contact surfaces, the contact points will turn to carbon if you try to get things anywhere near well-done.I recently acquired a Lodge Logic pre-seasoned skillet, and it works MUCH better for searing steaks, preparing burgers, sauteeing onions and vegetables, and nearly anything else. While the cast-iron skillet requires a bit more attention, the actual cooking doesn't take any longer than the Champ because of the higher heat level.With a good sear, the flavor of the meat is retained; I may be taking in a little more fat, but at least I'll die happy!If you aren't too concerned with taste and want a hassle-free way to grill the occasional low-fat burger, the Champ works well. If you actually want to savor a well-seared steak or tasty burger, get something made of cast-iron, care for it well, and you won't be sorry.
gobirds2: The George Foreman GR10AWHT Champ Grill is an outstanding unit per my daughter. She uses it primarily when she is not going to be cooking outdoors. Everything cooks up fast and stays moist and warm! She says it cooks to her liking consistently. It is also easy to maintain and clean just like our other unit. She loves it.
Imelda: This little Foreman grill is perfect for 1 or 2 people. We use it mostly to cook salmon fillets or burgers, and it's so nice to be able to do this in less than 10 minutes! I've also used it to grill mushrooms and onions, with great results. Cleanup is so fast...I just pour some water on it while still hot, and the steam loosens everything up. I just wipe it all off with a paper towel.My one complaint is that it doesn't have an on/off switch. I hate seeing that little spark when I plug this into the wall to turn it on. So, despite the excellent price and performance, I only gave it four stars
J. Brown: So far I've only been using it for hamburgers, but it's worth it just for that. Cooking is a piece of cake. I just put the meat on, and listen. I can tell by the sound when it's done, no need to cut it open and look or even time it. Cleans up with a paper towel or two. It doesn't get much easier than this. My one complaint is it will only do one at a time, but if you want bigger ones, they are certainly available.