The best electric grills, according to our tests


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Advantages: This heavy-duty option produces dark grill marks just like a gas or charcoal oven, and can reach and maintain temperatures up to 600 degrees with minimal smoke.

The inconvenients: It is a little bulkier than some others and takes up more room in cabinets and on counters.

This stainless steel oven has a large cooking surface that can reach over 600 degrees in minutes. Our testers noted that it had no trouble grilling steaks and chicken, and even the zucchini we tested developed dark grill marks and a tender center without overcooking. The grill is intended for indoor and outdoor use. When cooking indoors, we noticed minimal smoke. It’s the perfect option for someone with minimal outdoor space, like a patio or balcony, looking for a hybrid grill that they can use both indoors and outdoors.

Our testers also like how easy this grill is to clean. Although not dishwasher safe, the grill grates protrude from the main body and can be washed by hand. Thanks to the smooth surface of the cooking zone, nothing sticks, so there is no need to scrub. Despite high cooking temperatures, this grill’s handles stay cool for easy portability.

  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Cooking surface: 252 square inches
  • Lester: 32 pounds

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