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What are the dimensions of a large George Foreman grill?

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As of March 2015, the largest George Foreman grill is the 15 Serving Indoor/Outdoor Grill, with a 240-square-inch cooking area, 38 inches of height with stand and a 19.7-by-20.5-by-11.6-inch body. George Foreman grill sizes are based on the maximum number of servings they can cook, ranging from two to 15.

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13 Serving Indoor/Outdoor grills have cooking surfaces of 200 square inches and reach about 38 inches high with their stand, which, like the 15 serving grill, is removable to allow for countertop use. The largest grill designed primarily for countertops is the 9 Serving Classic Plate Grill, with 144 square inches of cooking surface and dimensions of 19 by 14.5 by 5.5 inches. Other large George Foreman grills include the 8 Serving Classic Plate Grill, with a 120-square-inch cooking surface and dimensions of 13.2 by 4.2 by 14 inches; 6 Serving grills, with about 100-square-inch surfaces depending on model; and 5 Serving Grills, with about 80-square-inch cooking surfaces.

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