Rocky Mountain Cookware RM1016 - 2-Burner Home/Outdoor Griddle

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SKU: RM1016

Overview

This rugged little griddle is 10" x 16" with stamped in handles. Sized to fit RV stoves and 2 burner camp stoves, but works equally well on stove top, open fires and barbeques.

  • Size: 10" x 16".
  • Construction: Made from 7 Gauge Steel.
  • Lifetime Warranty.
  • Great for rv and camping stoves.
  • Indoor or outdoor use.
  • Tested to 600°F.
  • Unbreakable, no warping.
  • Works equally well on gas, electric or induction ranges.
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    Specifications:
    Manufacturer: Rocky Mountain
    Model: RM1016
    List Price: $31.77
    Width: 10"
    Depth: 16"
    Weight: 6 lbs.

Brand

Rocky Mountain Cookware manufactures die stamped steel griddles and broilers that surpass cast iron in strength and durability while remaining economical. Their products are created for the restaurant industry as well as home, RV, recreational, camping and outfitter use.

Reviews

Rocky Mountain Cookware RM1016 - 2-Burner Home/Outdoor Griddle is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice Grill, but not perfect This is a nice grill, but I wish it came with some care and feeding instructions. It is almost exactly what I was looking for. It fits nicely over my center (fifth) burner, but is a bit short to fit over two of the side burners. Also I would not recommend anything thinner. this one still doesn't fully distribute the heat and I already have a bit of warp-age on the tapered edges. Washing it will cause it to rust so I now treat it more like a professional grill and clean it with vegie oil and a scouring pad. Works fairly well, but has discolored. I would love to have one that was stainless steel about 20" X 12-14" with a low square wall around it, and a bit heavier gauge, like maybe a 5 gauge.
Date published: 2014-01-24

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