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x-large vs. large and a medium

hayseedpaddyhayseedpaddy Posts: 9
edited 4:13PM in EggHead Forum
Which is the better set up. Everybody's thoughts please.
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  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,768
    hayseedpaddy,[p]
    large and a small[p]

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  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,902
    hayseedpaddy,[p]Large and a mini
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  • bobinazbobinaz Posts: 44
    hayseedpaddy,
    definately - large and small eggs together

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  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 16,931
    hayseedpaddy,
    two eggs is better, get the large medium or large small, or 2 larges, whichever fits your needs, but 2 is better

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  • Good EatsGood Eats Posts: 136
    hayseedpaddy,
    Large and small ... great versatilty... I have had a large for about 4 years... use it all the time... just got the small and now use them BOTH all the time... didn't think I would use them both as much as I do but now it seems if I am lighting one I am lighting both.

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  • MarkMark Posts: 295
    hayseedpaddy,
    Two larges are much better than one X-large. Great for surf and turf, two differant temps, and plenty of cooking surface.
    Mark

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  • hayseedpaddy,
    I have an XL, wish I had bought the large like I was going to.
    Would much rather have a large and a medium. And truthfully, (here comes the blasphemy) I don't think the XL design crew did as good a job on it as the others. Low dome height, poor platesetter design (can't get most drip pans between platestter and grid. Still, I use it almost every day, it takes up less room than two eggs, it keeps a steady temp very easily, and it is overall cheaper than two eggs !

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  • PharmeggistPharmeggist Posts: 1,191
    hayseedpaddy,
    LARGE & Small Combo... WORKS GREAT FOR ME ;+)

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  • onelegchefonelegchef Posts: 119
    hayseedpaddy,
    Hey guys with the large and medium, other than Celtic Wolf do any of you have an XL egg? I have an XL large,love it, would love to have a large, med, sm, etc. They are all great.
    Bobby-FTW,TX

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