Camp Chef SmokePro XT 24 Inch Pellet Grill - Bronze - 56999
Change the way you grill forever with this Camp Chef SmokePro XT 24 inch pellet grill from RC Willey.The Camp Chef XT Pellet Grill will revolutionize your back patio into a grill mastery clinic. Convection style smoking or grilling is the new and easy way to achieve grill mastery and nobody does it quite like Camp Chef. Smart smoke technology allows you to control the amount of wood-fired flavor and/or smoke flavor to every bite of the foods you love the most. Brisket for the buddies, burgers for the kids, chicken to keep it healthy. Whatever your mission the Camp Chef XT is sure to please. Want to grill up some dogs for the cul-de-sac, no problem, this is every bit as easy as grilling over a gas grill, but with the flavor of a wood-fired oven. Skip the tedious cleaning routine associated with traditional pellet grills thanks to the Simple Ash-Cleanout System. Simply dump the ash after every cook and save yourself hours of cleaning and enjoy better flavor on your next masterpiece as a result. Want to sear some steaks, no problem, the Camp Chef sear box (sold separately) bolts onto the right hand side of the grill so you won't be limited in any way. Get your Camp Chef XT pellet grill today and see for yourself why Camp Chef is the way to cook outdoors.
Available for Online Purchase Only. Assembly required. Not eligible for 5 Star Express Delivery.
- Electric auto-start ignition
- Dual LED temperature readout
- Convection style cooking
|Dimensions||40.5"W x 25"D x 22"H|
|Shipping Weight||133 lbs.|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Cleaning||Clean grates using a wire grill brush. This should be done with each use. DO NOT use oven cleaner or abrasive cleaners on the painted grill surfaces. Use warm soapy water on all painted surfaces. Clean grease pan, grease trough, and grease drain tube occasionally. A spatula can be used to scrape excess grease and a grill brush to brush clean. Do not allow grease to build up on the grease tray or in the grease trough as this can cause flare-ups inside the grill. The grease tray can also be lined with aluminum foil for easier cleanup. Make sure not to obstruct the flow of grease off of the tray and into the grease trough. Make sure not to block the airflow to the temperature sensor on the left side of the grill.|
|Chimney Cleaning||When wood pellets are burned slowly, they produce tar and other organic vapors that combine with expelled moisture to form creosote. The creosote vapors condense in a relatively cook oven chimney of a slow burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the chimney. When ignited, this creosote makes an extremely hot fire. The chimney should be inspected every 50 hours of use, to determine when grease and or creosote buildup has occurred. When grease or creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce risk of fire. Use a wire brush to clean the screen area of the chimney outlet on the inside of the grill with every 50 hours of use. The chimney must be removed and thoroughly cleaned to remove creosote and grease buildup every 200 hours of use.|