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TIMBERLINE 850 GRILL by Traeger
Starting at the core with a pill-shaped barrel, double-wall stainless steel interior, and airtight lid gasket, the Timberline is built with the structural integrity of Fort Knox. Grill more with the three-tier stainless steel grates, and cook it all 20% faster* thanks to the new TRU Convection® system. Adjust your grill from the couch, or across town, with The Timberline’s WiFIRE® controller. It lets you to kick up the smoke, set timers and change or hold set temperatures from 165°F to 500°F within +/- 5°F** all from your phone via the Traeger App.
Pro Series 34 Bronze (also available in blue)
The robust new Pro body style has a sawhorse chassis for linebacker-like stability. The brawny new side-lift bar gives even weight distribution and the solid all-terrain wheels ease while rolling your grill over pavers, rocks, and dirt. The new Digital Pro Controller rocks Advanced Grilling Logic, which maintains a +/- 15 degree F temperature control to guarantee precision grilling. Create the original Traeger taste while taking your grilling skills Pro.
Pro Series 22 Blue (also available in bronze)
The redefined Pro grill has a linebacker-like sawhorse chassis for stability. Get even weight distribution while hauling your grill with the brawny new side-lift bar, the all-terrain wheels are rock-solid and make rolling your grill over pavers, rocks, and dirt simple. The new series touts better temperature control, the Digital Pro Controller has Advanced Grilling Logic to keep temps within +/-15 degrees F for guaranteed precision grilling. Create the Traeger taste for family and friends when you take your grilling experience Pro.
Select Pro Bronze (also available in blue)
Don’t judge a grill by its cover. At its heart, the Select is all Traeger, The Original wood pellet grill with 6-in-1 versatility. It grills, smokes, bakes, roasts, braises, and BBQs, running wood-fired circles around conventional grills—cooking up competition ‘cue in style.