The numbers in the product names of Traeger correspond to their cooking surface. For example, the Pro 575 offers 575 square inches of BBQ space. Remember, as I go through the new models. These grills also offer temperature ranges that make them ideal for slow-cooked barbecues and high-temperature fires. They use electricity to heat and burn the wood pellets so they need access to a power outlet or at least an extension cord.
The Pro Series of Traeger was choosing the company for a wood pellet grill that is big enough to cook a substantial amount of food while the savings account is not completely emptied. You could call it the mid-range option ̵
The new Pro Series grills also feature Traeger's D2 direct drive, which uses a new fan and a new auger to keep the smoke rolling. The auger can also be reversed when it encounters a pellet jam. According to Traeger, the D2 setup also helps grills get faster (or TurboTemp), and these new Pro Series models will warm up to 450 degrees. Perhaps the best part is that the new Pro 575 and Pro 780 will remain at the current price of the Pro Series of $ 800 and $ 1,000, respectively. Pro Series Pro Pro models, the Pro 34 and Pro 22, are now $ 750 and $ 650, respectively.
The Ironwood series is a completely new entry into the Traeger program and the mid-range option for these new WiFire device models. The Ironwood 650 and the Ironwood 885 have a pill-like design similar to the Timberline series. This design allows so-called DownDraft Exhaust and TRU convection functions to optimize cooking times, says Traeger. These two articles have also been featured on the Timberline, so it's nice to see that these features result in more affordable grills.
The Ironwood series also offers the super-smoke mode from the Timberline, an option th at the heightened Smoke development at the touch of a button. And yes, you can turn it on from Traeger's mobile app. Ironwood grills also have a convenient keep-warm mode if you need it (also on the Timberline). D2 Direct Drive is also here and these two models can cook at temperatures between 165 and 500 degrees. Basically, the Ironwood series offers much of what you would get with the more expensive Timberline, but with smaller grills at cheaper prices. The Ironwood 650 costs $ 1,200, the Ironwood $ 885 1,400.
Finally, the Timberline series, which debuted in 2017, has returned, but with some notable improvements. The sizes are still the same, the Timberline 850 and the massive Timberline 1300, but both devices now have the improved D2 Direct Drive of the Pro and Ironwood series. The most important innovation here is a pellet sensing function that monitors the level of wood pellets in the hopper, so you do not have to worry.
As before, the Timberline series also features three removable grill grates to maximize cooking space. However, these new Timberlines are more expensive than the first pair: the Timberline 850 costs $ 1,800 and the Timberline 1300 is $ 2,000.
Both the new Pro Series and the Ironwood models are now available. The new Timberline series can be ordered in advance and will be delivered in 4-6 weeks.
Also with the other updates the WLAN connectivity is still the main attraction in the new series of carriers. The company is not the only building you can remotely control or remotely control. For example, Green Mountain and Rec Tec have models with Wi-Fi, and in some cases the options of these two models are cheaper than carriers. I can not speak to the quality because I did not use it, but I only know that you have options when looking for a bonded wood pellet grill this spring.