Top 4 BEST Pellet Grills of 
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The Pit Boss Wood Pellet Grill 440 Series
The Pit Boss Wood Pellet Grill 440 Series is a great option for budget-conscious buyers who still want decent quality. It comes with 465 square inches of cooking space, which is enough for a few pounds of chicken wings, but may not be sufficient for large crowds.
The main disadvantage of this model is that the tank can only accommodate five pounds of wood pellets at a time, which mandates frequent refills every two hours.
The Traeger Tailgater Pellet Grill
The Traeger Tailgater Pellet Grill can hold 12 half-pound burgers at once, and it takes around 6 minutes on each side to create juicy patties with a smoky flavor. Unlike traditional propane or charcoal grills, this grill doesn’t compromise the shape of the burgers.
The grill can heat up to 200 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit and can be controlled within the range of 420 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Weber SmokeFire EX6
The Weber SmokeFire EX6 features four temperature probe ports and one free meat probe, which is quite accurate according to tests. The meat probe can work with the Weber Connect app, meaning you can set an alarm when the meat reaches the desired temperature.
This grill is great for smoking or cooking a lot of food at once. Users report being able to cook thirty burgers at once.
The Traeger Ironwood 885
The Traeger Ironwood 885 is a pellet grill that can accommodate up to 22 pounds of pellets at once, making it perfect for fitting an entire 20-pound bag at once. Most other pellet grills can only take half that amount, so this is great news for people who frequently use pellets. Plus, it also has an integrated quick-emptying feature which allows you to replace or empty out any remaining pellets, so you don’t have to drag them out by hand. That’s another great feature.