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Old 10-22-2013, 03:27 PM   #15
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Camping world sells them.. Or did
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Old 10-22-2013, 09:29 PM   #16
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Old 10-22-2013, 10:28 PM   #17
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I ordered one today from Amazon, which was still indicating they would get more. (11 were left after I bought mine.)

Makes me wonder if Cobb is ceasing their retail presence, but will still distribute to other vendors... Or will Amazon be changing their tune?

Either way, I got mine.
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Old 10-22-2013, 10:48 PM   #18
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I ordered one today from Amazon, which was still indicating they would get more. (11 were left after I bought mine.)

Makes me wonder if Cobb is ceasing their retail presence, but will still distribute to other vendors... Or will Amazon be changing their tune?

Either way, I got mine.

If you look around on Amazon and the interwebs, you'll notice a lot of Cobb items by Advanced Outdoor Concepts. They appear to manufacture some Cobb equipment.
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Old 10-24-2013, 11:22 AM   #19
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They have some on Amazon for $109 with free shipping.
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Thank you very much for posting this as I've been meaning to get one but just haven't gotten around to it yet. I've just ordered mine so I didn't miss out. What a disappointment that would have been!
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Old 10-24-2013, 01:57 PM   #21
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Melissa, the accessories are very sturdy. They are nice because you can put the lid on while you cook. The key to cooking with this grill is keeping the heat under that dome lid. The more you look, the less you cook.

The fry pan is a really nice addition for making breakfasts.
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Thanks Terry! I was trying to decide which accessories I'd actually use. Wonder how much stock is out there? The fry pan isn't cheap, lol. Not sure the griddle is necessary since it's grooved so you cant do pancakes, eggs etc and the Cobb already comes with a grill rack so seems redundant. I did get the roasting rack. The utensils sure look nice and compact, don't need long typical utensils for this style of grill but didn't see them available anywhere. So anybody want to chime in on what accessories they actually use and what if any they wish they had and what "universal" items they have found works well I'm all ears.
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I got the roasting rack, used a lot, griddle is used a lot, teflon coated pizza pan, can be used for pancakes, wooden cutting board, used a lot. I also recommend the round charcoal briquets, better than the other brand for taste.
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Jim, do you mean a Cobb Pizza Pan or just any pizza pan? Can you elaborate on when/why you use the grooved griddle instead of the grill plate? Thanks again!
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The stock grooved grill is used the most, do not know about the grill insert, the flat pizza pan is by Cobb, as are all of these being discussed.
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I think cpaharey is calling, what I call a frying pan, a pizza pan. Easily used as either. The roasting rack is also used a lot. The cutting board makes the perfect place to set the lid, but you can get along fine without it. If you are into having the grill marks, the grill is good, but you can obtain the same results, taste wise, with the fry pan or the grill plate that comes with the basic set.

This video is very helpful if you get the accessories, because it can be real tricky getting everything in that tight little bag. Everything fits but the cutting board.
Cobb grill bag packing - YouTube

I like coconut briquettes for cooking. Clean, long burning, hot, less ash.
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Accessories are a little cheaper here. Search results for: 'Cobb wok' . Everything in the bag for $262.55 here. http://www.rvpartscountry.com/Cobb-P...Box-Grill.html
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Accessories are a little cheaper here. Search results for: 'Cobb wok' . Everything in the bag for $262.55 here. http://www.rvpartscountry.com/Cobb-P...Box-Grill.html
Also keep an eye on Amazon warehouse. Last night the kitchen in the bag was selling for $215. In like new condition. Prices are up today, though
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