Bring the savory simplicity of the SmokePro XT Pellet Grill to your back patio and change the way you cook outdoors. Just like your kitchen oven, the SmokePro XT automatically maintains whatever temperature you set, so you don't have to worry about over or under-cooking your meal. The SmokePro XT Pellet Grill comes standard with Smart Smoke Technology to evenly distribute wood-fired flavor into every bite. Skip the tedious cleaning routine associated with traditional pellet grills thanks to the Simple Ash-Cleanout System. Simply dump the ash after every cook and save yourself hours of cleaning and enjoy better flavor on your next meatsterpiece as a result. The SmokePro XT can tackle anything from fatty pork butts to quick and easy burgers. Shop the Camp Chef SmokePro XT today and see for yourself why Camp Chef is the way to cook outdoors.
- 160ºF up to 500ºF temperature range for slow smoking to grill (25,000 BTU)
- Stainless Steel meat probe measures internal food temperature
- Simple Ash Cleanout System (patented)
- Smart Smoke Technology
- Stainless Steel fire box
- Digital controller automatically maintains cooking temperature
- Grease Management System
- Blue LED digital temperature display
- Bottom utility rack
- Large, heavy wire grilling area dimensions: 19.5" x 22"
- Included warming rack provides (570 sq. in. total cooking surface)
- Weight: 133 lbs
SmokePro XT Pellet Grill is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LarryWomack from Outstanding! Super value on a great grill. A 10%-Off coupon made this deal super sweet. All of the features work just as advertised. Short of receiving this as a gift, I couldn’t have made a better purchase. Chickens, baby back ribs, tri tip, and pulled pork in the first two weeks. The pulled pork was the best ever! Good cooking instructions on the Camp Chef website. Anxious to learn more about machine.
Date published: 2018-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by RRay from Amazing I have had this smoker for about two weeks now and I have cooked chicken, pork chops, steaks, smoked ribs for 6 hrs and a 16lb brisket that was smoked for around 15 hrs. Everything came out amazing nothing was dried out. Everything was cooked perfectly.
Date published: 2018-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sam11 from Awesome grill! I bought this for my BF and he has smoked salmon and steelhead and grilled everything else you can think of and its amazing! He's super happy with it!
Date published: 2018-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Excellent from Unboxing to Game Time This is my first smoker, and after doing a fair amount of research between Camp Chef models and another well-known brand, I leaned heavily toward the Camp Chef. I liked the feature of easy ash removal and the controls seemed pretty straight forward. This smoker has not disappointed. I want to focus on the unboxing part for a moment, as I was very impressed with the design of the packaging and the box. I have unboxed many large appliances, but this one was the best I've experienced. After lifting the first stapled box flap, the box literally opened up and away in a very orderly manner to reveal the smoker and contents. I was able to unbox and assemble this unit by myself. There is no awkward lifting to remove it from the box, nor did I have to do a bunch of cutting. The instructions suggest having someone help you roll the smoker on its top and hold it to install the legs. I was able to use one of the styrofoam pieces to brace the unit on its top. I had no trouble putting this thing together; the instructions were very clear. I am also impressed with the build quality of the smoker. Every bit as robust as others on the market. Now to the smoking. As I said, this is my first smoker, so I will be learning how to do this right for a while. I found many recipes online and our first meal was a couple of boneless loin chops and a small steak. I seared the chops in a pan, as suggested by the recipe, and set the smoker to 250 degrees. I used the meat probe to check progress, and it worked like a charm. We were kind of pushed for time, so after about 1.5 hours (recipe called for total of 2 hours to smoke), I pulled the probe out and cranked the heat up to 350 degrees to finish the meat off. Within 5 minutes, I checked the meat with our other instant read thermometer and found that it had reached the done temperature. It was fantastic! We got the smoky flavor in the meat and was able to get it done quick enough for dinner time. I am thoroughly impressed with this smoker and will recommend it to others.
Date published: 2017-12-05
Does the XT have the pellet hopper clean out release so you can change the wood out?
Date published: 2018-05-15
Where in Ocala fla can I buy a pellet smoker I would like to see one before buying?
Here is where you can find information about the dealers in your area: https://www.campchef.com/dealer-locator.html
Date published: 2018-04-18
How much pellets would it take to keep the smoker going at 220 degrees for 6 hours? I have seen that they go for about $20 dollars a bag. Just curious.
If you fill your hopper up, it will last that amount of time and then some.
Date published: 2018-04-10
Can the sear box be added to this grill?
Yes it can be added.
Date published: 2018-03-22
If I wanted to take my Camp Chef Pro XL camping and run it off of a DC converter what wattage of a converter would I need?
Hello Artie, Thank you for reaching out to us. Power usage: (grill is 120 Volt, and max amp is 2.5) Max power draw is 330 Watts. This is only when the hot rod is on. Other than that, it is about 50 watts or less  Blower and Auger Motor – around ½ an AMP each • PG24 Auger RPM – 1.6 • Blower motor RPM – 3000 • Extension cord size - 16 gauge, minimum of 10 amp rating. I hope this information was helpful. Please feel free to contact us with any further questions. Have a great day! Camp Chef
Date published: 2018-03-20
Is the lid on the PG24DLX insulated? Are there insulation blankets available? At 6000' in Colorado, my current set up holds temp when outside is below freezing but too big for just two of us anymore.
What is the difference between this grill and the dlx?
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