Grillbots Robot Grill Cleaners

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We love to throw some steaks on the grill just as much as the next gent, but we’d be lying if we said that cleaning the grill was an enjoyable activity. In fact it’s quite the opposite, it’s an absolute pain the ass.

Well where most people see a problem, Ethan Woods saw an opportunity. The inventor took a few years to develop a robot that would clean off your grills completely hands-free. Hence the Grillbots were born. Essentially a Roomba for your grill, these little robots feature little replaceable brushes that go around and clean up all your grime from both gas and charcoal grills. The programmable LCD screen offers both a light and deep clean option. The grills will sell for $69.95 to $99.95 in several different colors when they land at select retailers this June. Well played Mr. Woods.

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