Handcrafted in Texas out of thick 10 gauge steel, the sleek design of the M1 Grill betrays its meat-cooking prowess. It has a crank on the outside for moving the fire up and down, letting you get a good sear on foods like steaks while keeping chickens and hams from burning. You can keep an eye on the temperature with the Tel-Tru stainless steel thermometer, which comes in especially handy when taking advantage of the bottom-mounted, double wall-insulated firebox that has its own dedicated door, a slide out basket, and a fully welded baffle for indirect smoking. The grates are made from 1/4" thick stainless steel, and give you 481 square inches of grilling surface, which can be expanded by 328 more with the use of the secondary smoke rack — enough room to smoke three full-sized briskets at once. The industrial thermal paint that is baked on for a lasting finish, and should anything ever break, it's covered by a lifetime warranty.
The convenience of pellets. Anywhere you go. The Green Mountain Davy Crockett Wifi Grill is a portable cooker with some typically house-bound features. The grill is the company's first to use an open flame technology, giving your food added flavor, and has built-in Wi-Fi to let you set your desired grill temperature in 5º increments from 150-550º F, check on the internal temperature of your food using the included meat probe, and utilize presets to automate the process. The peaked lid helps accommodate larger cuts of meat, it can run on 12V or 120AC power, making it ideal for tailgating, and the foldable legs make it easy to transport.