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SearPro vs GrillBlazer

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    SearPro vs GrillBlazer


    I am looking to buy a torch to sear meat I do sous vide. I am looking at the SearPro and the GrillBlazer Su-VGun.

    Anyone has any of these and can let me know if you like it ?

    Thanks !

    Im looking to do similar and welcome responses. I'm trying to decide between the Su-VGun, Culinary Torch or a griddle (Blackstone) method. What gives the best, fastest and easiest sear. I currently have a Weber Grill NG (Sumit and a Spirit) and its sear capabilities are poor in comparison. I did just buy a gridle top for it and will experiment with this too.


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      A special made torch is gonna perform best... but a griddle is gonna provide more versatility

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ID:	1063853 I thought about getting a torch set up but went with a small Blackstone griddle because of the versatility mentioned above. I smoke the steaks or chops in my pellet cooker first, then rest them while the griddle heats up, then sear to our desired temp. Works perfectly. Plus I can do so much more with it.


      I took a look at this as well. I felt it was really hard to justify the expense for a torch which delivered very inconsistent results that required a lot of practice to get dialed in versus a much more flexible griddle.



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