Pellet Grills

Pellet grills (sometimes referred to as pellet smokers) are backyard cookers that combine elements of charcoal smokers, gas grills, and kitchen ovens. Fueled by wood pellets, pellet grills infuse food with the smoky flavor associated with charcoal grills and smokers, but offer the convenience of gas grills and the temperature control of an indoor oven. Incredibly versatile, they can smoke, sear, grill, roast and bake. Easy to use, pellet grills use an electronic control panel to automatically feed fuel to the fire, regulate the grill’s airflow, and maintain consistent cooking temperatures. The best pellet grills also utilize sophisticated sensors and advanced algorithms for precision temperature control and a true “set-it and forget-it” cooking experience.

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jim bowie

  • Temperature Range – 150° – 500°
  • Low pellet alarm in hopper
  • Hard rubber tires
  • Area under lid – 540 in
  • Inside height – 13.5 in
  • Igniter (hot rod) diameter – .625 in
  • Weight – 152 lb
  • Overall Dimensions (W x H x D): 56 x 51 x 24

daniel boone

  • Temperature Range – 150° – 500°
  • Area under lid – 540 in
  • Inside height – 13.5 in
  • Igniter (hot rod) diameter – .625 in
  • Weight – 152 lb
  • Overall Dimensions (W x H x D) – 56 x 51 x 24