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If you are considering one of the many pellet grills and smokers on the market today I invite you to join me as I walk through the unboxing, assembly and testing of my new Camp Chef SmokePro Stainless DLX Pellet Grill, which is now being marketed as the “Windwood”. This pellet grill is very similar to (and some would argue a clone of) units sold by and under the names Traeger, Green Mountain Grills, Cabela, Rec Tec, Yoder Smokers, Mak Grills, Fast Eddy’s Cookshack grills, Grilla Grills Silverbac, Memphis Pro and many others! BTW, you could buy THREE of the Camp Chef SmokePro or Windwood grills for the price of the new Traeger Timberline!
After much Googling for info on the grill I landed on an excellent forum and on this fantastic thread: http://www.letstalkbbq.com/index.php?topic=4737.0 I was so inspired by the review that I decided to start my relationship with our new grill by conducting the same tests that were conducted in the thread. The thread’s poster “smokeasaurus” continued far beyond my first few tests, so if you are considering ANY pellet grill I suggest that you take a look at this thread and consider joining the http://www.letstalkbbq.com forum while you are at it.
The Camp Chef SmokePro DLX pellet grill is sold by a number of retailers and online through several more. I purchased mine through the link below. This grill is also sold in two versions: One made entirely of black painted steel and the other with a few stainless steel body parts. I played with the black steel unit at a local retail store and was put-off by the flimsy lid, but the stainless steel version felt much more rigid, so I knew that’s the one I wanted.
Also, the hopper cleanout is a new feature on this grill, so if you are looking at one of these in person make sure that there is a knob and chute on the side and back of the pellet hopper. Likewise, earlier versions have only one drain hole beneath the hopper lid. Nothing will make your expensive pellets worthless as quickly as water in the pellets, so this is an excellent upgrade.
Here’s a link to the Stainless steel version (and reviews) on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2g7Nsra
Since posting my video another Youtuber has posted a great side by side comparison of the Traeger and the Camp Chef SmokePro: https://youtu.be/QeQSpyR5xuQ
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