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My new Camp Chef Woodwind SG


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Joined Feb 8, 2012
I read reviews and watched videos until my eyes were bleeding. I saw the sale of $100 off and took a chance. I've never owned a Camp Chef anything but they have great reviews except for a few I read here. I placed the order on a Saturday night for the WW SG with Sear Box and by the following Thursday, it was delivered to my driveway. I rushed home from work and put it together. I also ordered a cover and bag pf pellets.

It took about an hour to assemble it and I was only missing one nut. I had some the same size, so I was ok.

I made reverse seared burgers the first time and they were great. My second cook was a pair of Chukies and a beer can chicken. Everything was perfect. My third cook was a "NY Strip Roast or maybe it's a ribeye roast mis-labled" Either way, it turned out perfectly. This grill/smoker is absolutely terrific. Just set the temperature and let it work it's magic. I can't say enough good things about this grill. My review isn't that in-depth but I hope it helps someone if they're looking at one.


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Joined May 20, 2013
Congratulations on your new grill. I just went through the same agonizing search procedure and I ran into a deal that was too good to pass up on the Timberline 1300. I have had it for a little over a week and it has made a real pellet believer out of me. Looking forward to seeing some pics of your cooks posted.


Master of the Pit
Joined Apr 3, 2018
Congrats on the new cooker, nothing like being pleased with your smoker. Enjoy and I look forward to seeing your threads on your cooks


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Joined Feb 3, 2013
Very nice! That we’ll be a nice compliment to your Komodo! B

Toys McGerk

Joined Oct 19, 2018
Woodwind believer here. Glad you’re happy with yours too. So far my best cooks have been reverse sear Tri Tip and double thick ribeye, mango habanero glazed salmon, baby backs and spareribs and pork butt. My brisket hasn’t been anything to write home about yet. Have one in the pit now and we’ll see if I can’t get this one where it needs to be.
Enjoy your SG. So easy to add that great smoke flavor to your backyard cooks.

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