Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens

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The Camp Chef Smoke Vault 24" is the larger of their two vertical gas smokers. Many BBQ gas smokers have limited cooking temperature range and can't get down and hold low and slow temps of 225⁰. But Smoke Vault's 18,000 BTU burner can be dialed down to 160⁰ and cranked up to 400⁰! Vertical gassers are often narrow making it a challenge to do ribs. With two 21.5"W x 14"D smoking racks... Read More
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Camp Chef's Woodwind Pellet Smoker is a quality smoker and super searing grill wrapped up in one. Though often referred to as pellet grills, most are smokers with limited grilling capability at best. In 2017 Camp Chef introduced their optional LP gas Sear Box which can be added onto all of their current SmokePro Pellet Smokers. Woodwind is a package deal that comes standard with the... Read More
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Although Camp Chef's Flat Top Grill 475 is the smallest model in their Flat Top line, it's big enough to crank out breakfast, lunch and dinner for the whole family. Camp Chef offers three Flat Tops with model numbers that describe the size of the griddle cook surface. Flat Top 475 is a 3-burner with a 475 square inch griddle, Flat Top 600 is a 4-burner with 600 square inches and Flat... Read More
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Sometimes you need a big surface area to cook a lot of food at once. Designed to feed a crowd fast and leave 'em smiling, the 600 is the most popular size in Camp Chef's Flat Top Grill line. Four 12,000 BTU stainless steel tube burners fired by dedicated piezoelectric ignition at each control knob make setting multiple cooking zones across this 600 square inch griddle a snap. Crank the... Read More
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Camp Chef's Flat Top Grill 900 is the biggest model in their Flat Top line, designed to crank out breakfast, lunch and dinner for large parties and events. Camp Chef offers three Flat Tops with model numbers that describe the size of the griddle cook surface. Flat Top 900 is a 6-burner with a 900 square inch griddle, Flat Top 600 is a 4-burner with 600 square inches and Flat Top 475 is... Read More
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The Camp Chef Smoke Vault 18" is the smallest of their two gas BBQ smokers. It comes with two 15"W x 14"D cooking racks and an additional, nickel-plated mesh jerky smoking rack. You'll have to cut slabs of ribs in half to fit, but there is enough headroom to use rib racks on both shelves. We've always wanted a residential gas smoker that can be converted to natural gas and Camp Chef... Read More
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Camp Chef's SmokePro SG 24 Pellet Grill aspires to be both a smoker and high temperature grill. Though often referred to as pellet grills, cookers like this one are primarily smokers with limited grilling capability at best. If you are not familiar with pellet smokers, they are thermostatically controlled outdoor ovens that burn wood pellets and can be set to exact cooking temperatures... Read More

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