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Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black

Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black

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Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black
Green Mountain Davy Crockett Sense Mate Electric Wi-Fi Control Foldable Portable Wood Pellet Tailgating Grill with Meat Probe, Black

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Color: Green


Features

  • Features Sense-Mate, a thermal sensor which constantly monitors grill temperature
  • Includes a meat probe, peaked lid for rib racks, convenience tray
  • Weighs 68 lbs. and folds to fits in nearly any trunk, making it the ultimate Tailgating Grill
  • 110V or 12V with adapters for 3 power options

Description

Color:Green The Davy Crockett is the ultimate portable grill. It comes with a digital WiFi controller (control and monitor through our iOS or Android mobile application), a meat probe, a peaked lid for stand-up chicken/ large fowl/ rib racks, a convenience tray with utensil hooks. Also included is Sense-Mate, a thermal sensor which constantly monitors grill temperature. It can run on 12V or 120AC so its perfect for home or camping, tail-gating, hunting, house- boating, music festivals or anywhere you can take it. Weighing in at 57 pounds with fold-able legs, it can be placed in the trunk of any car.


Product Dimensions: 29.92 x 14.96 x 21.65 inches


Item Weight: 57.3 pounds


Manufacturer: Green Mountain Grills


Item model number: DCWF


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: March 5, 2010


Color: Green


Features

  • Features Sense-Mate, a thermal sensor which constantly monitors grill temperature
  • Includes a meat probe, peaked lid for rib racks, convenience tray
  • Weighs 68 lbs. and folds to fits in nearly any trunk, making it the ultimate Tailgating Grill
  • 110V or 12V with adapters for 3 power options

Description

Color:Green The Davy Crockett is the ultimate portable grill. It comes with a digital WiFi controller (control and monitor through our iOS or Android mobile application), a meat probe, a peaked lid for stand-up chicken/ large fowl/ rib racks, a convenience tray with utensil hooks. Also included is Sense-Mate, a thermal sensor which constantly monitors grill temperature. It can run on 12V or 120AC so its perfect for home or camping, tail-gating, hunting, house- boating, music festivals or anywhere you can take it. Weighing in at 57 pounds with fold-able legs, it can be placed in the trunk of any car.


Product Dimensions: 29.92 x 14.96 x 21.65 inches


Item Weight: 57.3 pounds


Manufacturer: Green Mountain Grills


Item model number: DCWF


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: March 5, 2010


Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars | Joseph Chmiel
The first two times the meat came out fine even though the temperature seemed to run a little ...

This product malfunctioned on the third use. The first two times the meat came out fine even though the temperature seemed to run a little high. On the third run, the temperature setting went haywire and incinerated my $65 roast less than 2 hours into a 6 hour smoke even though it displayed the right temperature setting. Good luck to you if you choose this product. But do you really want to trust your expensive holiday roast to luck? Follow Up: I received a call from the manufacturer who was rightly concerned about my issue. They assured me that with tens of thousands of these units in operation that my problem was unique. They wanted to get my smoker back for evaluation to see what went wrong and sent me another brand new grill and a return shipping label. As far as I'm concerned, they handled my problem in the right manner. I am more than comfortable recommending this grill to anyone now that I know there is a manufacturer standing behind it who will do the right thing. And by the way, the new grill is functioning just fine! Joe

~ Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2018

5.0 out of 5 stars | Amazon Customer
If you wanna go from BBQ Novice to BBQ Pro in a short amount of time, this is the grill for you.

This will be updated, but.... First, I have never monitored the tracking on an order so intently as this one. (Amazon does not update nearly as fast as the Fedex tracking, by the way.) Got the grill today, and Its like a fat boy Christmas! Couldnt wait to try it, so got home at 8:30, had her fired up by 9, put a FROZEN chicken breast on at 9:30 and ate it by 10:15. HO LEE COW! Dayum! That was purty gewd, purty gewd, indeed. Pleasantly surprised given the fact that chicken was a brick. Excellent results from what I honestly figured would be a sacrificial cook. Got the wifi rollin, got the food probe in once the breast thawed enuf to do so, set the meat probe temp on the app, and pulled the breast at 165°. Verified with an instant read, and they were identical. I have rediculously high hopes for this thing now. Update. 12/10/17 I have used the grill about 30 times. The more I cook the better it gets. Did poor man's burnt ends with a Chuck roast yesterday. Programmed my own profile for the Chuck, and I don't see how it could have turned out any better! I cooked two 8 pound bone in pork shoulders, (cut in half, four 4 pound chunks.) Thirty people got two good sized sandwiches, and it was absolutely delicious, every single bite, beautiful bark, quarter inch smoke ring, my mind was blown, honestly! The texture was firm but tender, could have shredded it finely, but I left it chunky. The only thing I haven't cooked perfectly on this thing is chicken wings. I have a mission to figure that out, trying different dry brines and temps/times. The biggest secret you should know with this thing is that the heat is very uneven, no matter where you put the heat shield. I have mapped mine with infrared thermometer and high quality digital probes. Right side of the grill was 50 degrees higher than the left side. After this, I decided to add another heat deflector just for low and slow cooks. I accomplished this by purchasing a round 10 inch cast iron griddle. Cut the handle off, and just sit it on top of the stock deflector. I now have a 10 degree variance from right to left, measured at the level of the grates. (Which are awesome by the way. They clean up so easily with a wire brush.) Also, the Traeger Pellets are the best I have used. Just wish they made a peach variety. I have used probably 100#'s of pellets so far, and whether I get them locally or online, they run about $1 per pound.

~ Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2017

1.0 out of 5 stars | J. Estepp
Color: Green
A ticking time bomb!

I seriously wanted to love this smoker. And for about a month and a half, I did. Today that all changed. Let me start by saying I’m not a dumb man. Yes I read the instructions and yes I followed them. I’ve used the grill maybe 10 times, I’ve also used my father in laws larger GMG a hand full of times, but today didn’t go like it had every other time. Today I pulled the grill out just like I normally would have, set it up on my aluminum table checked the hopper, pulled out the plate and grills and cleaned them from their last use, reassembled them, turned the grill on and waited for it to come to 150 degrees. I stepped inside to wait for my phone to tell me it was at temp, and I started seasoning my steaks. About ten minutes later, I realized that it hadn’t come up to temp, it had stalled at about 75 degrees. I stepped outside and saw that it was in fact smoking, so I was about to inspect the grill when it erupted with a large boom. The lid blew up and backwards, and a fireball erupted to the sky. Luckily I was far enough back still to not have been hurt. What I find interesting is that the moment it erupted, the temp shot up to over 600 degrees. At this point smoke was pouring out of the hopper and flames were rising from the fire box. I unplugged the unit, and began attempting to disassemble the grates and grills to try and stop the fire. For fear that the fire was spreading through the auger into the full hopper, I began scooping the pellets back into a container while being certain that none being scooped out where hot or igniting. I was able to get most of them out and eventually the fire died down, about an hour later. I don’t know what caused the issue, my assumption is the grills logic is flawed and allowed the auger to push more fuel pellets into the fire box than it actually needed, which suffocated the fire until it had enough potential energy to blow the top and erupt into flames with the new rush of air. Either the explosion, or the fire itself was strong enough to break the fan free and it’s now dangling into the grate in the bottom of the hopper box. This,I believe, is why I was seeing smoke come up through the hopper before I unplugged it from the power source. Once the initial emergency was handled, I decided to look into my warranty information. I have only had this grill for about a month and a half, but apparently missed the Amazon return date by a couple weeks. The grill does have a 3 year warranty through the manufacturer, GMG. So I looked up their number and gave them a call, fully expecting to either not get an answer, or have to leave a VM because it was a Sunday afternoon after all. To my surprise I only had to select one option in the automated system in order to talk to a real person. The young woman was very pleasant to speak with. I explained what happened and what happened next really took me aback. She acted as if this happens all the time and was perfectly normal. She tells me to wait for the fire to be out, vacuum out the fire box, inspect the unit, and let them know what parts I need to fix it. Are you F’ing kidding me? I paid a lot of money for this smoker, and it tried to kill me! You want me to disassemble it, use my “wealth of experience in engineering” to determine what is wrong with it, and then have you send me the parts so that I can fix it. That’s ridiculous! It was assembled by supposed experts in Your factory, had barely been used by me, and it exploded. And now you think it’s smart to have some guy off the street(me) just figure out what’s wrong with it, rebuild it, and not have it explode in my face again! What is wrong with you people? This is simply not acceptable to me, and shouldn’t be acceptable to you either. You need to figure out what’s wrong with you processor logic and ensure you have a patch put in place to prevent the auger from pushing excessive fuel into the fire box when the temp is not reacting to the fuel as you would expect it to. This is a huge safety flaw, you should be ashamed of your lack of concern for your users, and hope that someone with a lot more money than I have doesn’t come at you with a lawsuit. This is not a responsible company, not a safe grill, and I certainly don’t recommend anyone purchasing this grill. Buyer beware!

~ Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2020