Comparing Blackstone vs Camp Chef Grills

Blackstone vs Camp Chef Grills. I received the Camp Chef from Camp Chef for the comparison, Thank you to them for the Opportunity to do the video and the grill.

I really Like Both its hard to choose, but they’re both nice grills. I really like how the grills have evolved. I am sure that in the future the designs will change.

Filmed with LG G5 Phone, Using FHD60.


*Backyard Griddle Cookbook

*Diamond Plate Aluminum Griddle Cover 36In Blackstone

*Stainless Steel Griddle Cover 36-inch Blackstone

*Blackstone 36 inch Flat Top Grill w/side shelf

*Blackstone 36 Inch Flat Top Grill Pro Bundle

*Blackstone 5 Piece BBQ Tool Kit

*Blackstone 36 Inch Grill and Griddle Cover

*Camp Chef FT600

*Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 900

*Camp Chef Flat Top Grill Cover

*Camp Chef Flat Top Tool Kit

*DISCLAIMER: Prices mentioned in the video during Filming are not Current, Prices Are Subject to Change. This video description contains affiliate link or links, if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel, Thank you for the support!


coach says:

OMG edit man. The first 90 seconds can go… Be prepared to just pepper the info out. Thx

Kasey Maddox says:

Informative and thank you!

Tom Horsman says:

Nice review!

Elon Y. Kim says:

I used to own both. The biggest difference to me was the flat top. They are made of different materials. In my opinion, Blackstone is superior to any others. However, I currently own Camp Chef due to the convince and look. Let me know if you have any questions.

David Chatfield says:

Thanks for the video as I’m on the fence right now about which to buy. Can someone tell me if the “pre-seasoned” griddle from camp chef is permanent or will it have to be re-seasoned periodically?  Will rust be an issue with the camp chef???

Twistedfpv says:

You live in Indiana?

Timothy Coyle says:

Good Deal!  I like a Blackstone..

Jordan Roberts says:

what model camp chef is that, and is it their 36″?

jhuyffj says:

What about price range,

normb28 says:

you haven’t even used the camp chef flat top grill

mopjockey57 says:

Thanks to your reviews, as well as Tonybuddy 123, I was able to make an informed choice…I chose the Camp Chef FT600 because:
1) Each burner has it’s own ignition source, not needing any batteries.
2) Folding shelves.
3) Tank mount.
4) Double duty as a grill as well as a griddle.
5) Competitive price…I could go buy a Blackstone at my local home center for $279, but for $70 more, I get more versatility, a cover, and a box of cooking gadgets.

Thanks for your effort!

Jose Rocha says:

Camp Chef with BlackStone wheels.

Jim bruce says:

Just got a .Blackstone. They changed the  grease trap to the back. am very happy with the Blackstone. Got the cover fits good an quality is good. No problem with the gas tank. asmbilely was les the 15 min.

PlumCrazy_Scat says:

Just bought the blue rhino razor griddle you should try it out and do a video on it

Jacob Misner says:

You should review a Rocky Mountain Cookware/Chef King griddle! Made in USA and they even do custom sizes.

1990CUEVAS says:

No complaints on my Blackstone

Rob Jones says:

Thanks for posting the video. Very helpful. As a suggestion, instead of saying “this one” “that one”, just say the name of the manufacturer. We don’t know them that well, and it doesn’t take up much time.

Gerald Johnson says:

Does the camp chef have levelers on the griddle itself?

sir loinofbeef says:

They are not teflon coated? I had one that had teflon or non stick surface and it sucked it started peeling

Roger Conley says:

I wish the shelves folded up to cover the grill when not in use. Like the Blue Rhino.

James Michael Wilkinson says:

I received and built a Blackstone 36″ flat top 5/24/2018. The drip tray has changed, probably because of the problems many cooks have noted with the grease going places other than the drip pan.

Now, instead of a long tray in front, there is an inclined indentation in the back of the flat top; the drip pan is placed directly below this. There is no long trip for the grease to make and drip pan is easily removable from the back. There is now no possibility of the liquid grease going anywhere but the drip pan.

Jay Bee says:

With the Camp Chef you can adjust the level so grease will run into the drip cup (This is important). Also with Camp Chef you can light any single burner you want and not have to first light the left one which will light the next one and so on. and finally the Camp Chef is also a conventional grill with a flat top griddle on top. Black Stone is a griddle only. The Blackstone does have a slightly larger cooking surface. You can’t go wrong with either.

Daniel Ciccone says:

The black stone is 36” cooking area. How many inches is the griddle cooking area? It looks smaller. Like maybe 32”?

Lou Johnson says:

The Blackstone needs to come apart easier to put in a carry bag they offer.

Chris DeHoyos says:

That’s 5 minutes I’ll never get back. Why not talk about the differences you CAN’T see before buying them? Any idiot can look at the pictures and see one has 1 shelf and the other has 2, or that it doesn’t have wheels on one side. If you think having a hard time hanging the propane tank is noteworthy maybe you should let the wife do it.

ConstantCompanion says:

Okay. I’m just going to say it. This video is a waste of time. There’s no real information, but there’s nothing stopping you to going back and making a proper assessment of these tools. You can redo this.

david hendershott says:

you have an old style blackstone

Brad Fry says:

Why not simply call it what it is? A griddle!

Black Heart says:

Which one performs better when cooking, which one stays hotter after putting large portions of food.

Nasir Ahmed says:

Amazon sell this FTG600 $299.99

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