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Cuisinart 3 Piece Folding Grilling Tool Set

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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
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wootalyzer


quality posts: 1 Private Messages wootalyzer

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Cuisinart 3 Piece Folding Grilling Tool Set
$11.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

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Damide


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Damide

Maybe a cow will be next......

m3talcore


quality posts: 6 Private Messages m3talcore

And here I thought those combs in knife casings were excessive.

BadgerAPEX


quality posts: 0 Private Messages BadgerAPEX

Ya know... never once have I wished my grilling tools could fold.

nastyducky


quality posts: 8 Private Messages nastyducky

Folding! Nice!

Fit in kitchen drawers much more easily. Mine are too big for most of my drawers, have to hang them on a wall in the garage.

garyschmitt


quality posts: 3 Private Messages garyschmitt

But really, why do they need to FOLD?

Just because they can?

Oh yea, so I can put them in my pocket, right.

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(or at least my part of it)

graydogs


quality posts: 1 Private Messages graydogs

Not many wooters today.

I should have been a pair of ragged claws
Scuttling across the floors of silent seas.

mellielou


quality posts: 5 Private Messages mellielou
BadgerAPEX wrote:Ya know... never once have I wished my grilling tools could fold.



I did...when the new stuff I got at Christmas didn't fit in the drawer.

ugliestmouse


quality posts: 1 Private Messages ugliestmouse
BadgerAPEX wrote:Ya know... never once have I wished my grilling tools could fold.



Great for tailgaters trying to fit their tools into the smallest space possible.

mellielou


quality posts: 5 Private Messages mellielou

Better deal than 1 week ago.

curlieq


quality posts: 0 Private Messages curlieq

Got a set last time. They are nice. Folding a plus for travel trailers but they are fairly heavy.

dbcooper


quality posts: 16 Private Messages dbcooper

Folding grill tools are GREAT for camping, where space is a premium. Unless, of course, you're camping IN space, where space is infinite.

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bgammill


quality posts: 6 Private Messages bgammill

Folding? Why?

Now if these were switch-blade, it would be cool to take it to your next gang war (a la West Side Story).

phr057


quality posts: 2 Private Messages phr057

My neighbor has these. They do their job. One gripe I have with them is that they do not lock into the closed position, only in the open position.

blt2589


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Damide wrote:Maybe a cow will be next......



I wonder if the cow will be a refurb.

kimvette


quality posts: 3 Private Messages kimvette
bgammill wrote:Folding? Why?

Now if these were switch-blade, it would be cool to take it to your next gang war (a la West Side Story).




I can picture it now: a musical grilling rumble!

mack1951


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mack1951

Summers over this is so last season.

one100grand


quality posts: 2 Private Messages one100grand

How can you not buy these and carry them around awaiting Bobby Flay to challenge you to a throw-down? Count me in!

princesspraline


quality posts: 1 Private Messages princesspraline
kimvette wrote:I can picture it now: a musical grilling rumble!



Now all I need is a folding grill to go with.

embhorn


quality posts: 2 Private Messages embhorn

In for 1, but man it took forever... Is it just me or are the servers slow today?

PackmanV29


quality posts: 0 Private Messages PackmanV29
Damide wrote:Maybe a cow will be next......



That would be helpful. wOOtburger anyone? How about some wOOt rump roast?

wsmiddel


quality posts: 6 Private Messages wsmiddel

Fork and spatula, maybe, but a folding brush?

Why go through all the trouble of making the brush, a virtually disposable item, have a matching folding handle.

1) Grill brushes wear out. Fast.
2) After you've used it once, why would you put a dirty brush in a drawer. It would make the whole drawer yucky.

BajoriAP


quality posts: 1 Private Messages BajoriAP


The folding makes sense if you camp. These fold down and go in the camp gear box easily.

Skunkmonkey


quality posts: 4 Private Messages Skunkmonkey

The wood isn't spintery, the locks hold firmly, and the spatula is fairly wide enough for good-sized burgers.

Overall, these work well to keep you from burning your bare hands when using the grill. Use these instead of your fingers and you won't burn your hands.

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badb0y927


quality posts: 0 Private Messages badb0y927

Y U NO FOLD TOOLS!

xcapone


quality posts: 1 Private Messages xcapone
Skunkmonkey wrote:The wood isn't spintery, the locks hold firmly, and the spatula is fairly wide enough for good-sized burgers.

Overall, these work well to keep you from burning your bare hands when using the grill. Use these instead of your fingers and you won't burn your hands.



Man up! Nine out of ten times i'll use my hand to flip on the grill.

chanticlair281


quality posts: 1 Private Messages chanticlair281

N E one see the add for the bag o crap delivery game? Didnt they do that one time for chance to purchase a Bindle of Carrots? could not get past the second level. I guess I missed too many deliveries. went to try again but the ad was gone. Am I alone in seeing this?

noahsmybro


quality posts: 6 Private Messages noahsmybro

Anybody know if these are dishwasher-safe?

ROGETRAY


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PackmanV29 wrote:That would be helpful. wOOtburger anyone? How about some wOOt rump roast?



noahsmybro


quality posts: 6 Private Messages noahsmybro

$35 here, with different pictures:
http://www.cuisinartwebstore.com/detail/CUI+CGS-5003F

mellielou


quality posts: 5 Private Messages mellielou
mack1951 wrote:Summers over this is so last season.



Die hard grill enthusiasts grill all year...even in the snow

eldiablohijo


quality posts: 35 Private Messages eldiablohijo
mack1951 wrote:Summers over this is so last season.



Just because summer is over doesn't mean you have to stop grilling!

MrJazz


quality posts: 0 Private Messages MrJazz

Will these work with my iGrill?

wickedmenace


quality posts: 1 Private Messages wickedmenace

I bought three. They look like they will make cool Christmas gifts.

cskenes3


quality posts: 0 Private Messages cskenes3

So if I hit the magic gold button but then got an error message on the landing page, did I actually order this? I don't want to re-order it and get charged twice...
thanks!

mndvs737


quality posts: 4 Private Messages mndvs737
eldiablohijo wrote:Just because summer is over doesn't mean you have to stop grilling!



Amen! Preach it!

Actually, I love stores that mark the charcoal and other grilling items down at the end of the summer - that's when I stock up!

mndvs737


quality posts: 4 Private Messages mndvs737
eldiablohijo wrote:Just because summer is over doesn't mean you have to stop grilling!



Amen! Preach it!

Actually, I love stores that mark the charcoal and other grilling items down at the end of the summer - that's when I stock up!