Which is Best for You?
If you are the outdoorsy kind of person and is in the market for a grill for the summer then you may want to look at the Wood Pellet smoker Grill and compare it with the usual charcoal and gas grills. Wood Pellet grills are the grills of the future. They are versatile, easy to use, make great food, and are definitely what you want on your patio this grilling season. They are a hot trend as people want to have the flavor of smoke on their grilled foods without the hassle.
Comparison of the three grills
- Wood pellet grill is extremely versatile – works like a convection oven, you can simply load it up inside with food, and trust everything will cook evenly
- Pallet Grill can do what gas and charcoal grills can do and even more such as: smoke, grill, bake, sear, roast, braise, barbeque, flame broil.
- Pellet grills do not need lighter fluid and messy charcoal to get it going. Just set the temperature, press the on button and wait for it to start up.
- Gas and charcoal grills – temperature need to be guesstimated while with the pellet grill you can set the temperature with more accuracy on like you would set an oven and expect even cooking.
- A good wood pellet grill works like a convection oven. You can expect even cooking no matter which rack you place the food on. Due to the special design there will be no flare up like the gas or charcoal grills.
- Wood pellet grills have less ability to sear the food prior to smoking it. this may decrease the amount of carcinogens on your food. So if you want less of this substance on your food you have come to the right grill. Charcoal and gas grills tend to give a better sear on the food.
Challenges with the wood pellet grill
- Wood pellet grills depend on electricity so it is not so easy to travel with.
- Pellets have to be kept dry in an airtight container, or store them indoors (especially if you live in an area with a humid climate). This is to prevent them from disintegrating.
- Pellet grills are fairly complicated units with it advanced Wood Fire Technology and high-Quality Grill Parts:
- Wood pellet grills require more maintenance than the gas and charcoal grills. The electrical components, such as an auger, a fan, a heating element, a computer, meat probes and internal thermometers, and possible Wi-Fi or Bluetooth components are a bit complex and require you to be a little tech savvy. You will need to ensure to follow the guidelines that come with it and be sure to get a good warranty.
Z GRILLS wood pellet grill can fit on most gardens, patios, balconies, and decks with ease. Get precision cooking with optimal amount of smoke at temperature from 180°F to 450°F due to the digital temperature controls, auto ignition and automatic feed system which maintains the heat.
- Versatility 8-in-1 Pellet Grill: Grill, BBQ, smoke, roast, b raise, braise, bake, char-grill, 8-in-1 versatility allows you to cook hot/fast or low/slow. Smoke ribs, jerky, fish, bake biscuits, pizza, grill burgers and vegetables, anything you would like to cook.
- The advanced auger system automatically helps you add pellets and control the temperature according to the dial you set. 20 lbs pellets can be used for 20 hours while staying at the smoke dial.
- Handy Grease Bucket Holder: Special designed waste oil collector holder to assist you with safe and easy cleanup.
- Durable Parts:The porcelain enamel cooking grates and stainless steel handle are durable. The lid is heavy duty and well-sealed for better heating.
- Protective Grate in Hopper
:Safety protection for keeping you away from the auger.
- Bottom Shelf for Storage: Large bottom shelf provides additional storage space, and it’s easy to clean, easy to move with locking caster wheels.
- 2020 UPGRADE–Known Issues Fixed and More Precise Temperature Control and Pellet Feed Control System. The new upgrade digital control board auto ignites the grill and allows you to set the cooking temperature from 180°f to 450°f.
- FAN-FORCED CONVECTION COOKING–eliminates the need for a rotisserie and creates a versatile environment for grilling, roasting, smoking, braising and baking. Whether you want to grill some hot dogs or slow smoke a rib roast, pellet grills can do it all with ease.
- HUGE GRILLING AREA–grilling area Dimensions 19. 2 x 26 inches, smoking/warming rack Dimensions 6. 9 x 27. 5 inches, total rack surface area 700 square inches. 20 pounds hopper capacity
1. Grilling Area Dimensions: 19.2 x 26.25 inches=504 square inch
2. Smoking/Warming Rack Dimensions: 6.9 x 27.5 inches = 190 square inch
3. Cooking Temperature: 160°F to 450°F
4. Hopper Capacity:20 pounds
5. BTU’s /hour: 25,000
6. Auto Temperature Control: Internal Temperature Sensor with Digital Control
7. Pellet Purge System: Digital Control
8. Electronic Auto Ignition: Digital Control
9. Shutdown Recycle Mode: Yes
10. Electricity Rate: 110V/60Hz/250W
People Who Bought This Grill
- I would not hesitate to purchase this product again.
- Overall this is a great grill, works as advertised and easy to use
- the assembly instructions are easy and straightforward and everything is well labeled, no guesswork.
- I can highly recommend this grill for both smoking (my main use) and grilling so if you only have space for a single grill / smoker, this can easily handle both
- Cooked my first whole chicken last night. Absolutely fantastic! Temperature was about +/- 5 degrees
- EASY TO USE: The grill uses 110V outlet. It’s very easy to use. Just pull enough pellets into the Pellet Hopper, turn on the switch, turn the Temperature Dial to SMOKE and then to your desired temperature setting when you see the smoke coming out.
- The grilling area is large enough for a larger party. It’s even more economic to grill more food the same time.
- The cute little Grease Bucket collected drained grease and kept my patio floor clean.