We have had our eyes firmly on the Traeger Ironwood D2 650 WiFi connected Wood Pellet BBQ, and how good the grill deal might be on Black Friday.
For good reason: this is one of the world's best grills in our opinion, and might just revolutionize the way you barbecue forever.
Fuelled by 100 percent compressed hardwood pellets – no gas or charcoal – this next-generation grill is the ultimate outdoor cooker for those that love the wood-fired flavor, plus it is perfect if you're looking to host large gatherings, as it offers 649 sq inches of grill space, enough to cook eight chickens, five rib racks or six pork butts.
And now there's a mouth-watering deal: the Traeger Ironwood D2 650 has a fabulous Black Friday saving of $200 at Amazon. More below, if you're not already convinced.
Traeger Ironwood D2 650 WiFi Connected Wood Pellet BBQ –
was $1,399.99 now $1,199.95 from Amazon
Perfect for grill enthusiasts who love to entertain a crowd, this next-generation wood pellet grill offers six cooking functions in one as well as 650 sq inches of grilling space. Boasting a smoker and a super smoker function, it has Wi-Fi technology and an app that allows you to monitor your food and adjust temperatures from the touch of a button.
Featuring Traeger's 'WiFire' technology, the grill can be connected to your home Wi-Fi and controlled remotely via the Traeger App or select smart home devices, making cooking a breeze. From here you can monitor your cooks, adjust the temperature and access thousands of wood-fire recipes.
If you like your food packed with wood-fired flavor then the Traeger Ironwood is for you as it is renowned for its smoking technology. Its Downdraft Exhaust® System keeps fresh smoke circulating over your food to boost the wood-fired flavor, plus it has a super smoke mode designed to maximize taste at the push of a button. But that's not all; smoking is just one of six features the versatile grill offers – it also allows you to grill, bake, roast, braise and BBQ.
One of the best things about this barbeque is its technology – alongside Wi-Fi connectivity it has a D2 controller with a digital display and a TurboTemp fast heat-up system. Plus with this wood pellet BBQ there's no need to worry about the fuel running out partway through cooking as its pellet sensor replenishes the pellets automatically.
Alongside this, it features porcelain grilling plates that make cleaning a doddle and a built-in meat probe. It's also set on casters making it easy to move around the backyard.
Why buy a Traeger Ironwood D2 650 WiFi Connected Wood Pellet BBQ?
The Traeger Ironwood D2 650 WiFi Connected Wood Pellet BBQ is the market leader in pellet grills and it's easy to see why. Perfect for getting that restaurant wood-fired flavor at home, the grill offers a sought-after smoking function and a super smoke mode for amping up the flavor, but it also allows you to bake, braise, roast and grill all in one device.
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