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Costco Members: Louisiana Grills SL700 Pellet Grill EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Louisiana Grills SL700 Pellet Grill for $299.99. Shipping is free.

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    • Offer valid through October 24, 2021 or while supplies last.
    • This price is $100 lower (25% savings) from the list price of $399.99
  • About this product:
    • 700 Sq.In. Cooking Area
    • LCD Digital Controller
    • Two Programmable Meat Probe
    • 180° - 600° Temperature Range
    • Folding Front Shelf And Grill Cover Included
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This Louisiana Grill deal just came back today. There might be some available in stores. I called a few in the Dallas area and they said there aren't any in Texas, so all online here.

https://www.costco.com/louisiana-...96170.html
  • 5 year warranty
  • Costco warranty
  • Wood pellet grill and smoker
  • 698 square inches of cooking surface
  • Dial-in digital PID control board with LED readout
  • 180° To 600°F temperature range
  • SearTECH™ control for direct and indirect heat cooking
  • Porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates
  • Open flame searing up to 1,000° F
  • Two meat probes included
  • 18-pound hopper capacity
  • Solid steel folding front shelf
  • Solid steel bottom shelf
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Freezercat asked this question on 10-13-2021 at 01:22 PM
10-13-2021 at 01:22 PM
Pellet smokers are meant to smoke. Yes, you can grill on it. But really you should use a smoker as a smoker

Now, for me I have both. One is cast iron burner grill with cast iron grids and old fashion ceramic or lava rock underneath the grid. The reason is that I get that true barbeque grill taste with the smoke and fat burn off. Cast iron cooking for burgers is great. Of course charcoal wood is the best, but I can get buy with propane for now.

Pellet smokers is nice and easy but old fashioned wood burning smokers is the best but requires lots maintaince.

By the way, Pit Boss pellets at Walmart are cheap and good .
10-13-2021 at 01:22 PM
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6 inch diameter
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1 star reviews were due to a miss-type in the instruction manual. You hold the start button for 3 sec to turn on. Push 1 sec to turn off.
Has a lever on the outside you can pull to adjust the flame. Lever shifts a vent inside the grill.
Have this grill. I had a slight grease leak from the main chamber. Custom support is awesome. 7 days a week they answer calls. They sent silicone to seal and when that didn't work they sent a brand new grill and told me to return the first to Costco. This grill is dead accurate on temperature, has a shelf, and comes with a cover. You can't beat the price. If you don't need WiFi (which I find kinda dangerous in the first place since you should be attending your grill) it's perfect.

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I was at my local Costco today hoping to buy one of these but they didn't have anything. This is even better since it will be delivered direct to me. Thanks!
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Great deal, pulled the trigger at 399.97 two weeks ago. Submitted price adjustment today.
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Out of stock for delivery to my Zip, 33544.
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Great deal, too bad it's OOS already in my zip code
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How do you get open flame searing from a pellet smoker?
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How does this compare to Traegar? They kinda look the same but it's a huge price difference
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Quote from migv1 :
How do you get open flame searing from a pellet smoker?
Has a lever on the outside you can pull to adjust the flame. Lever shifts a vent inside the grill.
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Quote from BrandenSam :
How does this compare to Traegar? They kinda look the same but it's a huge price difference
would love to know as well.
Also, is this a good entry level smoker for someone who has never owned one?
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My buddy had one and said you had to bring it to 350, then drop down to whatever temp you wanted... seems a little weird (and inefficient), but other than that he had positive things to say about it.
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What is the lower grill dimensions?
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I don't know who makes these or who owns what brands, but parts of this look an AWFUL lot like some Pit Boss grills. That's not a bad thing in my book, since I've owned and loved two PB grills. The flame searing grate and control rod, legs, and front and bottom shelves all look a lot like those on my Laredo 1000, and the body/barrel design with the would-be side chimney blocked off sure reminds me of my Classic. The hopper and controls look like neither though.

If it is indeed basically a Pit Boss, this is a nice grill for $300. If you haven't tried a pellet grill and you're on the fence, the convenience may be something to win you over. I love being able to simply plug it in, turn it on, set the temp knob, and walk away while it heats up. Then you don't have to babysit it while cooking. Being able to get real wood flavor so easily almost feels like cheating. Almost.
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Quote from slikk :
would love to know as well.
Also, is this a good entry level smoker for someone who has never owned one?
If it is ONLY smoking that you want to do, you may want to look at something like a Masterbuilt electric smoker. On the various online BBQ and smoking forums, MES owners rave about their results all the time, and many of them have tried other methods and brands. Nothing is easier, and they're well built for pretty cheap.

If you want something more versatile, a pellet grill may be a better option. With one like this or a Pit Boss you can smoke and due true low-and-slow BBQ or turn up the heat and do direct grilling. This would be jack of all trades that's pretty good at multiple types of cooking rather than just being a good smoker. Also good if you'd like an easy way to experiment with different woods.
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Make sure you read the reviews. The 1-star reviews seem abundant and kind of scary.
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