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- Joined Jan 13, 2015
Weber is one of the most recognizable names in grills. Now the company is taking on Traeger and others with its first WiFi-enabled pellet grill.
I thought the point about "tiny red embers falling onto the floor" was interesting. It could be that they just tested a prototype, but if that's happening on production models, it sounds like an accident waiting to happen.interesting review. the ash grease catch looks handy, but they mention that some incompletely burned pellets were seen missing the pan, which sounds like some are going into a pan of grease. and that the bottom of the unit would be covered in grease... I could be misunderstanding the engineering...but thats my take given the pics and rev.