I f you wish to take grilling to the next level, without putting more effort or having to spend extra money on accessories, a pellet grill/smoker is the right choice. Not only that it boosts flavor and delivers incredibly delicious meat, but your meals will be healthier, as it uses an indirect cooking method that prevents the emergence of chemical compounds which can endanger your health.
Easier to use and control than regular charcoal grills, you just need to fill the hopper with pellets, place the meat on the grill and set the temperature. Your meal will cook evenly and you will have time to drink a beer with your guests or prepare the side dishes.
Top 10 Pellet Grills/Smokers Compared
|Photo||Product Name||Cooking Area (ft.)||Hopper Capacity (lbs.)||Max Temperature (°F)||Highlights||Warranty||Price|
|1. Camp Chef PG24SG||811||22||500||Cleanout System||3-year|
|2. Z Grills 700D||700||20||450||25,000 BTUs/hour||3-year|
|3. Traeger TFB42LZBC||418||18||450||Digital Elite Controller||3-year|
|4. Pit Boss Grills 71820FB||820||20||500||Flame Broiler||1-year|
|5. Traeger Grills TFB57PZBO||572||18||450||Digital Pro Controler||3-year|
|6. Camp Chef PG24||573||18||500||25,000 BTUs/hour||3-year|
|7. Cuisinart CPG-4000||450||15||550||Portable Design||3-year|
|8. Z GRILLS ZPG-550B||550||10||538||Smart Digital Controller||3-year|
|9. Z GRILLS ZPG-450A||452||15||450||Automatic Pellet Feed System||3-year|
|10. Green Mountain Grills DCWF||219||9||550||Digital WiFi controller||2-year|