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Camp Chef Smoke Pro DLX 24 Pellet Grill EXPIRED

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Target has Camp Chef Smoke Pro DLX 24 Pellet Grill on sale for $449.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Blueridge77

Features:
  • Electronic auto-start ignition
  • Dual LED temperature readout: internal cooking temps and internal food temps
  • Easily choose your smoke setting or desired temperature
  • Automatic auger dispenses pellets as needed for improved smoker efficiency
  • Built in sensor gauge reads cooking temperature
  • Included warming rack provides additional space to cook your favorite foods
  • Included meat probe
  • Clean-out ash can makes clean up simple
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This is the newly released DLX with the PID with no WiFi in Stainless lid only. Amazon has it for regular price of $550 which is what's on Camp Chefs Site.

https://www.target.com/p/camp-che...A-79843669

Also found the jerky rack pretty cheap at Dicks... Can find it here...
https://slickdeals.net/f/14087474-camp-chef-pellet-grill-and-smoker-jerky-rack-24-dicks-sporting-goods-59-98?p=137534954&newthread=success#post137534954
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They had one on display at the Minneapolis Target
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Great deal, I think the non-stainless version with wifi is about $550-600? Probably the cheapest PID pellet smoker on the market, and certainly the cheapest with stainless steel.

I love my Camp Chef, really easy and fantastic features, seems well made, I've been very happy with the ease of use and results.

HOWEVER, Masterbuilt is now making gravity-fed charcoal grills. They work like pellet grills, but with charcoal, which is far superior for smoking. It also gets up to 700 deg pretty quick if you want to sear. The camp chef takes awhile to get to 500 and you'll absolutely eat through pellets doing so.

The downside to the Masterbuilt is the brand. I don't consider them to be really reliable and well built like camp chef but if I were buying an all-in-one grill/smoker, I'd probably go for the charcoal one today.

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Humm another 😬 grill... wife might kill me
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Anyone think there are going to be any deals on this during Father's Day?
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They had one on display at the Minneapolis Target
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Well made grill, I have the previous non pid model. The ash dump feature is pretty useless for collecting ashes but it is great at recovering pellets from the auger if you want to empty the system or change wood. The previous non-pid model has gone on sale in the $300's in the past and camp chef sells a controller upgrade for $200, PID and wifi.

Overall, been happy with results and it does a good job for a less expensive grill.
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Smoker noob here. I have been looking at the Slide and Grill model to be able to grill as well. I do not see that in this one but it still supports up to 500 degrees.

Would it work as a normal grill when I do not have the time to smoke some meats?
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Smoker noob here. I have been looking at the Slide and Grill model to be able to grill as well. I do not see that in this one but it still supports up to 500 degrees.

Would it work as a normal grill when I do not have the time to smoke some meats?
It does say it's a pellet grill so I'd imagine so.
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Smoker noob here. I have been looking at the Slide and Grill model to be able to grill as well. I do not see that in this one but it still supports up to 500 degrees.

Would it work as a normal grill when I do not have the time to smoke some meats?
I have one from a few years ago and it won't get above 400. You can cook hotdogs and burgers but I will take longer than a traditional grill. best cookbook to help with the transition: https://www.amazon.com/Complete-W...0757003370
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Great deal, I think the non-stainless version with wifi is about $550-600? Probably the cheapest PID pellet smoker on the market, and certainly the cheapest with stainless steel.

I love my Camp Chef, really easy and fantastic features, seems well made, I've been very happy with the ease of use and results.

HOWEVER, Masterbuilt is now making gravity-fed charcoal grills. They work like pellet grills, but with charcoal, which is far superior for smoking. It also gets up to 700 deg pretty quick if you want to sear. The camp chef takes awhile to get to 500 and you'll absolutely eat through pellets doing so.

The downside to the Masterbuilt is the brand. I don't consider them to be really reliable and well built like camp chef but if I were buying an all-in-one grill/smoker, I'd probably go for the charcoal one today.
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Smoker noob here. I have been looking at the Slide and Grill model to be able to grill as well. I do not see that in this one but it still supports up to 500 degrees.

Would it work as a normal grill when I do not have the time to smoke some meats?
I have a pitboss pellet grill/smoker. You can use it as a grill but it does not get as hot as my propane grill does. Also more maintenance. But I love the flavor you get
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Smoker noob here. I have been looking at the Slide and Grill model to be able to grill as well. I do not see that in this one but it still supports up to 500 degrees.

Would it work as a normal grill when I do not have the time to smoke some meats?
I personally didn't want the SG model because I've read it can have hot spots In the middle and the slide grate creates room for the grease to fall into the fire pot area. This model has a smooth tray to catch all of the drippings. Easier to clean too I think.

That slide grate is supposed to allow more direct heat from the burning pellets to create more of a "sear" on the SG model. I'm not convinced of its efficacy so I wanted to save a few bucks... I have a propane grill for searing if I want to do that better...
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Got this smoker from Target a few weeks ago before it sold out. I am a novice smoker and it's been easy to use and holds a consistent temp from setting.
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