Traeger Ironwood 650 Pellet Grill
Traeger’s newest model not only offers the ability to control and monitor your cooks from afar, but the addition of D2 Direct Drive and new features like Turbo Temp make the Ironwood Series an attractive option for both grilling and smoking. There are more handy tools on the pricier Timberline Series, but they might not be worth the added cost for most aspiring pitmasters.
- WiFi connectivity is more useful than you think
- Wealth of recipes in the app
- Control and monitoring via your phone
- D2 Direct Drive tech can be inconsistent
- Lacks handy features from the Timberline Series
- Front shelf is an additional purchase
Ironwood 650 Pellet Grill
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- 80AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE3 ReviewsTom's Guide80Traeger's Ironwood 650 Smart Grill Will Turn You Into a PitmasterGet the Traeger Ironwood 650 if you like gadgets as much as you like barbecue.ZDNet80This smart grill can up your summer party gameI have thoroughly enjoyed grilling with the Traeger Ironwood 650 and absolutely love the smell of the smoke that is embedded in my clothes and in my nose.Forbes80WiFi-Enabled Ironwood 650 Is Here To Give Your Oven NoticeAt $1,199 the Ironwood 650 is going to be one of the most expensive things on which you cook. Luckily, that cooking is practically effortless. When I finally got around to the ribs, I wondered why I'd been so worried.