Traeger Timberline 1300 Wood Fired Pellet Grill & Smoker Review | BBQGuys.com

Take a look at Traeger’s premium line of Timberline pellet grills in this overview video!
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Traeger Timberline 1300 Description:
Meet the biggest and baddest member of the wood-fired revolution, the Traeger Timberline 1300. Grill more food and enjoy more versatility with a 1300 sq. in., 3-tiered, stainless steel cooking grid layout with a dual-position lower cooking grate that can be raised or lowered for grilling & searing. Cook up to 60 burgers, 12 chickens, 82 hot dogs or 14 rib racks 20% faster and with more smoky flavor than ever thanks to the all-new TRU Convection system and Downdraft Exhaust, fully circulating fresh blue smoke using a built-in induction fan. The Timberline features a double-walled stainless steel interior and airtight lid gasket to insulate and maintain heat for unbeatable temperature control from 165-500 degrees Fahrenheit. An easy to use control panel & digital display gives you full control with a navigation dial and dedicated buttons for creating custom cook cycles and quick access to handy functions like keep warm mode and Super Smoke Mode, amping up the flavor with the push of a button. Tired of babysitting your grill? Try out the Timberline WiFIRE controller to change the temperature, set timers, and access thousands of Traeger recipes using the Traeger app and your smart phone (available for iOS & Android devices). The included meat probe stores above the control panel for quick access, easily connecting to a dedicated control panel port for precise monitoring. There’s no shortage of food prep convenience with a stainless steel side shelf with BBQ tool hooks, a full-length stainless steel front shelf and a magnetic bamboo cutting board that stores above the pellet hopper. Keep the fire burning with an extra large capacity pellet hopper, holding up to 24 pounds of Traeger hardwood pellets. A hopper clean-out door lets you quickly empty contents for cleaning and swapping out flavors. Now tucked away out of sight, a concealed grease pan slides out for easy cleanup. The Timberline is built to outlast the competition from the ground up with a rock-solid sawhorse-style chassis, all-terrain wheels, heavy-duty locking casters and black powder coat finish.

Comments

joey b says:

Great review Tony….anyone reading this, its an Awesome smoker, have had one for two months, great meals made…pricey but well worth it…

Dr Tempt says:

Too bad they are double the price in Australia, i cant afford $4000 for a grill.

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