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Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black

Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black

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Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill w/New PID Gen 2 Digital Controller - Black
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Features

  • Automatic pellet auger dispenses when needed and shuts down when done
  • Clean-out ash can makes clean up simple
  • Large capacity pellet hopper means less filling, more smoking
  • Grilling Area Dimensions: 19.5" x 22" - Smoking/Warming Rack Dimensions: 6" x 24"
  • Total Rack Surface Area: 573 sq. in - Hopper Capacity: 18 lbs. of pellets - Overall weight: 140 lbs.

Description

Color:Black Camp Chef: The Way to Cook Outdoors Take your outdoor cooking to the next level with the Camp Chef Pellet Grill and Smoker. Designed with the home griller in mind, built-in features simplify the process of smoking. The included digital temperature readout takes the guesswork out of the cooking process. An advanced digital temperature chip gives a more steady smoke and temperature, eliminating large temperature swings and giving a more consistent cooking temperature. Our patented Ash Can Cleanout System makes clean up the easiest out there. The Pellet Grill and Smoker features range from innovative digital smoker controls to dual temperature sensors. Discover the real secret of award winning BBQ cooks, low and slow smoking. For best performance use Camp Chef Pellets. Camp Chef pellets burn hotter, meaning they last longer and are purer wood so they leave a better flavor. Pellet Grill & Smoker DLX (PG24) Cooking Area: 429 square inch Second Cooking Rack: Standard, 144 square inch rack Cooking Temperature: 160 to 500° F BTU's /hr: 25,000 Hopper Capacity:18 lbs Hopper Clean Out: Yes nternal Temperature Sensor: Yes Internal Meat Temperature Probe: Yes Ash Clean Out System: Yes Grease Management System: Yes Pellet Purge System: Yes Electronic Auto Ignition: Yes Shutdown Mode: Yes Side Shelf: Yes.Chamber Capacity: 3,778 cubic inch


Product Dimensions: 45 x 21 x 51 inches


Item Weight: 127 pounds


Department: Mens


Manufacturer: Camp Chef


Item model number: PG24


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


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Color: Black


Features

  • Automatic pellet auger dispenses when needed and shuts down when done
  • Clean-out ash can makes clean up simple
  • Large capacity pellet hopper means less filling, more smoking
  • Grilling Area Dimensions: 19.5" x 22" - Smoking/Warming Rack Dimensions: 6" x 24"
  • Total Rack Surface Area: 573 sq. in - Hopper Capacity: 18 lbs. of pellets - Overall weight: 140 lbs.

Description

Color:Black Camp Chef: The Way to Cook Outdoors Take your outdoor cooking to the next level with the Camp Chef Pellet Grill and Smoker. Designed with the home griller in mind, built-in features simplify the process of smoking. The included digital temperature readout takes the guesswork out of the cooking process. An advanced digital temperature chip gives a more steady smoke and temperature, eliminating large temperature swings and giving a more consistent cooking temperature. Our patented Ash Can Cleanout System makes clean up the easiest out there. The Pellet Grill and Smoker features range from innovative digital smoker controls to dual temperature sensors. Discover the real secret of award winning BBQ cooks, low and slow smoking. For best performance use Camp Chef Pellets. Camp Chef pellets burn hotter, meaning they last longer and are purer wood so they leave a better flavor. Pellet Grill & Smoker DLX (PG24) Cooking Area: 429 square inch Second Cooking Rack: Standard, 144 square inch rack Cooking Temperature: 160 to 500° F BTU's /hr: 25,000 Hopper Capacity:18 lbs Hopper Clean Out: Yes nternal Temperature Sensor: Yes Internal Meat Temperature Probe: Yes Ash Clean Out System: Yes Grease Management System: Yes Pellet Purge System: Yes Electronic Auto Ignition: Yes Shutdown Mode: Yes Side Shelf: Yes.Chamber Capacity: 3,778 cubic inch


Product Dimensions: 45 x 21 x 51 inches


Item Weight: 127 pounds


Department: Mens


Manufacturer: Camp Chef


Item model number: PG24


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Automatic pellet auger dispenses when needed and shuts down when done
  • Clean-out ash can makes clean up simple
  • Large capacity pellet hopper means less filling, more smoking
  • Grilling Area Dimensions: 19.5" x 22" - Smoking/Warming Rack Dimensions: 6" x 24"
  • Total Rack Surface Area: 573 sq. in - Hopper Capacity: 18 lbs. of pellets - Overall weight: 140 lbs.

Description

Color:Black Camp Chef: The Way to Cook Outdoors Take your outdoor cooking to the next level with the Camp Chef Pellet Grill and Smoker. Designed with the home griller in mind, built-in features simplify the process of smoking. The included digital temperature readout takes the guesswork out of the cooking process. An advanced digital temperature chip gives a more steady smoke and temperature, eliminating large temperature swings and giving a more consistent cooking temperature. Our patented Ash Can Cleanout System makes clean up the easiest out there. The Pellet Grill and Smoker features range from innovative digital smoker controls to dual temperature sensors. Discover the real secret of award winning BBQ cooks, low and slow smoking. For best performance use Camp Chef Pellets. Camp Chef pellets burn hotter, meaning they last longer and are purer wood so they leave a better flavor. Pellet Grill & Smoker DLX (PG24) Cooking Area: 429 square inch Second Cooking Rack: Standard, 144 square inch rack Cooking Temperature: 160 to 500° F BTU's /hr: 25,000 Hopper Capacity:18 lbs Hopper Clean Out: Yes nternal Temperature Sensor: Yes Internal Meat Temperature Probe: Yes Ash Clean Out System: Yes Grease Management System: Yes Pellet Purge System: Yes Electronic Auto Ignition: Yes Shutdown Mode: Yes Side Shelf: Yes.Chamber Capacity: 3,778 cubic inch


Product Dimensions: 45 x 21 x 51 inches


Item Weight: 127 pounds


Department: Mens


Manufacturer: Camp Chef


Item model number: PG24


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2018
The customer service people seemed to be annoyed when you asked for help
I have used pellet grills for many years, and of course, Traeger was one of the first to come out. I have gone through 3 Traegers over the years, literally wore them out and really had no complaint other than sometimes not a lot of smoke, and sometimes no smoke. The customer service people seemed to be annoyed when you asked for help, P - Settings, etc. My last Treager, #4, was/is a lemon. It happens to all manufacturers, not complaining, just my luck. Major problems with the igniter and control board, but my hardware store is always accommodating; however, after the 4th time in I started researching. I settled on this grill because of the reviews and the convenience of dumping the ashes and being able to easily change the pellets. I ordered it here from Amazon and it came in as advertised. This is not a toy. It is well made and HEAVY. Most importantly, IT SMOKES. Right from the start it smoked like a chief and still does. The thermostat is really easy to use and it cleans like a dream. I have tried many different types of pellets. All of them work -- from Traeger and Wal Mart to Tractor Supply. After many years I can honestly say that this is the best pellet grill that I have owned and the price is right. Top quality and most importantly it works.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dink - Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2014
Great for outdoor cooking.
This is the right choice for anyone that likes smokey flavors and cooking slow at home. It is my first experience with a pellet grill and I have read and studied them for a while. I was looking for a outdoor cooking solution that would give me the ability to cook like the pros without the super sized trailer. Finally deciding to go with the Camp Chef I haven't been disappointed. The temperature control is flawless so you can dial down the cooking process. I smoked chicken the other day and the red smoke ring was a 1/2" deep. It works like a convection oven so there are no cool or hot zones, it just keeps the heat even and consistent. I have noticed even if smoke isn't pouring out the wood flavors are present. It is a unique cooking system and designed to cook slowly. It doesn't get hot enough to sear thin cuts of meat like steaks but it will have a very good smoke flavor. So it's not a solution for all your outdoor cooking needs, but if you like to slow cook it's great. Pro's The hardwood flavor. Temperature control. Large cooking surface will hold two turkeys. Dump tray for easy clean out. Temperature Probe. Power failure restart. Con's Hard to get pellets out of the hopper for storage. (remove the grate or it is impossible) Ashes are blown all over the bottom and must be vacuumed out about every fourth or fifth use. Warming rack is in the way but you can take it out. Not sure I will ever use that. Checking in at six months. Upping it to five stars! Still loving it after cooking about 100 meals. Thru rain, snow, and the occasional nice day it is still going. Today I'm about to grill brats. My weber grill sits around rarely needed so it's going to get sold. I discovered with quality pellets it can grill just fine to temps up to 450. The camp chef grill cover keeps the pellets dry in the hopper so I don't even take them out unless you want to change flavors. I did have to seal the hopper handle around the rivets to keep the rain out but other than that it is very tight. See the pic makes smoke like crazy. Checking in at one year, Still very happy with this purchase. I'm not interested in professional BBQ competitions but my brisket is better than many famous BBQ restaurants I have been to in Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. Thats not just my opinion many of my friends agree and and also have encouraged me to enter some local competitions. This cooker is still the best value for the dollar for pellet grills I have been looking again for a larger rig, but haven't found one better. If you are looking for an entry level pellet grill this is the one you want. Don't be discouraged by the reviews that talk about leaking smoke or not sealing well because it does leak smoke everywhere. Look at the pic I attached to my review you can see it for yourself it does, but isn't it silly to buy a smoker that doesn't smoke. If you ever go to a BBQ competition you will see most of their smokers leak smoke also. I hope this review helps and I can honestly say I am completely satisfied with my purchase and would do it again. Two years and still going. I have used this cooker at least once a week for two years. I recently had a couple of issues with it going out and was thinking it was having a serious issue. Quite frankly as much as I use it it should be worn out by now. Here is what I discovered. Carbon had built up on the tempeture probe and the grill wasn't getting accurate readings. Suspecting the temp probe I checked it with an external one and it was off 50 degrees or more. I am assuming that the readings were off enough that the grill controller just shut it off kind of a fail safe? 30 seconds with steel wool and we are back in business. The old camp chef is heading to a new home. We have been thru thick and thin, rain, or snow, on two ocations high wind blew it off the patio. A few dents bad scratches but it still works like a top. My son is driving in form North Carolina to take it off my hands this weekend it has been replaced by a yoder ys-640. The yoder is bigger and heavier with more btu output if needed. But the camp chef still is easier to clean out and cooks a fine brisket. Just another update: 07/2019, the grill is still going 5 years later. My son and his family still have it and love it. So I guess it has passed the weather and time test also.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2019
Beware!
I purchased this grill in November of last year and absolutely fell in love with it. Great for smoking, grilling, everything. Easy to keep clean. I own a local catering company and even spoke highly of this grill in a magazine article published in my hometown about home grilling. Then, about a month ago, I ran out of pellets while starting up the machine. I added pellets, switched it over to feed and waited to hear the pellets feed. Once they did, I cranked it up and went into the house to prep the rest of my meal. Luckily, I had a window above my sink and saw the over-abundance of smoke. I rushed outside and smoke was pouring out of the spout near the drain bucket. Foolishly, I opened the lid and the entire grill exploded in flames, singeing my arms and face. As the unit was under my soffit I acted fast and had to drag the unit away from the house without burning myself further. I watched as the paint bubbled and flaked into the air. This wasn’t really the worst part. I dutifully took pictures and called the company the next day. After being redirected to a warranty claim form I was emailed a week or so later. The company claims that, even though I know my unit was cleaned regularly and wasn’t even old enough to have a big enough buildup of any debris for this to happen, their unit wouldn’t have caught fire like this and the finish isn’t covered under warranty. The finish. On the grill used as directed. That turned into a burning fireball against the side of my home and burned my hair and skin. Wasn’t covered by warranty. Now I have a rust box. And a story for anyone that considers buying Camp Chef. This is one of 4 Camp Chef grills I own, but will never buy another one. Thanks for letting a fella down, Camp Chef.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By James S. - Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2017
Absolutely the best
I absolutely love this pellet grill..I did a lot of research before settling on buying the camp chef dlx..it has features other pellet grills don't offer and most important to me is the ash clem out, and the hopper clean out it makes it so easy to change flavors of wood pellets..the vacuum thanks camp chef..because it's the only way to get them out on other grills..so far (only have had it for 3days) I've made 8 racks of ribs 3 are on as I type. ..2 whole chickens..and Jerky will be going on tonight..the temp remains constant despite the breezy weather we're having right now ..within a 10-12degree range..assembly was simple took maybe 30 mins..i did watch a video on how to assemble prior to it arriving so it gave me a edge..although instructions are straight forward. .nothing negative to report on this pellet grill if your thinking of buying...you won't be disappointed. .

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2018
The customer service people seemed to be annoyed when you asked for help
I have used pellet grills for many years, and of course, Traeger was one of the first to come out. I have gone through 3 Traegers over the years, literally wore them out and really had no complaint other than sometimes not a lot of smoke, and sometimes no smoke. The customer service people seemed to be annoyed when you asked for help, P - Settings, etc. My last Treager, #4, was/is a lemon. It happens to all manufacturers, not complaining, just my luck. Major problems with the igniter and control board, but my hardware store is always accommodating; however, after the 4th time in I started researching. I settled on this grill because of the reviews and the convenience of dumping the ashes and being able to easily change the pellets. I ordered it here from Amazon and it came in as advertised. This is not a toy. It is well made and HEAVY. Most importantly, IT SMOKES. Right from the start it smoked like a chief and still does. The thermostat is really easy to use and it cleans like a dream. I have tried many different types of pellets. All of them work -- from Traeger and Wal Mart to Tractor Supply. After many years I can honestly say that this is the best pellet grill that I have owned and the price is right. Top quality and most importantly it works.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dink - Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2014
Great for outdoor cooking.
This is the right choice for anyone that likes smokey flavors and cooking slow at home. It is my first experience with a pellet grill and I have read and studied them for a while. I was looking for a outdoor cooking solution that would give me the ability to cook like the pros without the super sized trailer. Finally deciding to go with the Camp Chef I haven't been disappointed. The temperature control is flawless so you can dial down the cooking process. I smoked chicken the other day and the red smoke ring was a 1/2" deep. It works like a convection oven so there are no cool or hot zones, it just keeps the heat even and consistent. I have noticed even if smoke isn't pouring out the wood flavors are present. It is a unique cooking system and designed to cook slowly. It doesn't get hot enough to sear thin cuts of meat like steaks but it will have a very good smoke flavor. So it's not a solution for all your outdoor cooking needs, but if you like to slow cook it's great. Pro's The hardwood flavor. Temperature control. Large cooking surface will hold two turkeys. Dump tray for easy clean out. Temperature Probe. Power failure restart. Con's Hard to get pellets out of the hopper for storage. (remove the grate or it is impossible) Ashes are blown all over the bottom and must be vacuumed out about every fourth or fifth use. Warming rack is in the way but you can take it out. Not sure I will ever use that. Checking in at six months. Upping it to five stars! Still loving it after cooking about 100 meals. Thru rain, snow, and the occasional nice day it is still going. Today I'm about to grill brats. My weber grill sits around rarely needed so it's going to get sold. I discovered with quality pellets it can grill just fine to temps up to 450. The camp chef grill cover keeps the pellets dry in the hopper so I don't even take them out unless you want to change flavors. I did have to seal the hopper handle around the rivets to keep the rain out but other than that it is very tight. See the pic makes smoke like crazy. Checking in at one year, Still very happy with this purchase. I'm not interested in professional BBQ competitions but my brisket is better than many famous BBQ restaurants I have been to in Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. Thats not just my opinion many of my friends agree and and also have encouraged me to enter some local competitions. This cooker is still the best value for the dollar for pellet grills I have been looking again for a larger rig, but haven't found one better. If you are looking for an entry level pellet grill this is the one you want. Don't be discouraged by the reviews that talk about leaking smoke or not sealing well because it does leak smoke everywhere. Look at the pic I attached to my review you can see it for yourself it does, but isn't it silly to buy a smoker that doesn't smoke. If you ever go to a BBQ competition you will see most of their smokers leak smoke also. I hope this review helps and I can honestly say I am completely satisfied with my purchase and would do it again. Two years and still going. I have used this cooker at least once a week for two years. I recently had a couple of issues with it going out and was thinking it was having a serious issue. Quite frankly as much as I use it it should be worn out by now. Here is what I discovered. Carbon had built up on the tempeture probe and the grill wasn't getting accurate readings. Suspecting the temp probe I checked it with an external one and it was off 50 degrees or more. I am assuming that the readings were off enough that the grill controller just shut it off kind of a fail safe? 30 seconds with steel wool and we are back in business. The old camp chef is heading to a new home. We have been thru thick and thin, rain, or snow, on two ocations high wind blew it off the patio. A few dents bad scratches but it still works like a top. My son is driving in form North Carolina to take it off my hands this weekend it has been replaced by a yoder ys-640. The yoder is bigger and heavier with more btu output if needed. But the camp chef still is easier to clean out and cooks a fine brisket. Just another update: 07/2019, the grill is still going 5 years later. My son and his family still have it and love it. So I guess it has passed the weather and time test also.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2019
Beware!
I purchased this grill in November of last year and absolutely fell in love with it. Great for smoking, grilling, everything. Easy to keep clean. I own a local catering company and even spoke highly of this grill in a magazine article published in my hometown about home grilling. Then, about a month ago, I ran out of pellets while starting up the machine. I added pellets, switched it over to feed and waited to hear the pellets feed. Once they did, I cranked it up and went into the house to prep the rest of my meal. Luckily, I had a window above my sink and saw the over-abundance of smoke. I rushed outside and smoke was pouring out of the spout near the drain bucket. Foolishly, I opened the lid and the entire grill exploded in flames, singeing my arms and face. As the unit was under my soffit I acted fast and had to drag the unit away from the house without burning myself further. I watched as the paint bubbled and flaked into the air. This wasn’t really the worst part. I dutifully took pictures and called the company the next day. After being redirected to a warranty claim form I was emailed a week or so later. The company claims that, even though I know my unit was cleaned regularly and wasn’t even old enough to have a big enough buildup of any debris for this to happen, their unit wouldn’t have caught fire like this and the finish isn’t covered under warranty. The finish. On the grill used as directed. That turned into a burning fireball against the side of my home and burned my hair and skin. Wasn’t covered by warranty. Now I have a rust box. And a story for anyone that considers buying Camp Chef. This is one of 4 Camp Chef grills I own, but will never buy another one. Thanks for letting a fella down, Camp Chef.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By James S. - Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2017
Absolutely the best
I absolutely love this pellet grill..I did a lot of research before settling on buying the camp chef dlx..it has features other pellet grills don't offer and most important to me is the ash clem out, and the hopper clean out it makes it so easy to change flavors of wood pellets..the vacuum thanks camp chef..because it's the only way to get them out on other grills..so far (only have had it for 3days) I've made 8 racks of ribs 3 are on as I type. ..2 whole chickens..and Jerky will be going on tonight..the temp remains constant despite the breezy weather we're having right now ..within a 10-12degree range..assembly was simple took maybe 30 mins..i did watch a video on how to assemble prior to it arriving so it gave me a edge..although instructions are straight forward. .nothing negative to report on this pellet grill if your thinking of buying...you won't be disappointed. .