TFB30LZAC

Junior Elite 20 Pellet Grill

C$ 549.99
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5.03Junior Elite 20 Pellet Grill
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Perfectly sized for small households, traveling, and tailgating, The Junior Elite features 300 square inches of cooking surface. With all the power and usability of its big brothers, Texas and Lil’ Tex, the Junior infuses big flavor into your food while taking up less space. It’s the portable grill with big, wood-fired personality.

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Product Features

Product Features

  • 300 sq. in. (20" x 15") Grilling Area
  • Digital Elite Controller

Junior Elite 20 Pellet Grill

Grill Capacity

2
Chickens
3
Rib Racks
12
Burgers

Specs

Model: TFB30LZAC

Cooking capacity: 300 sq. in.

Pellet hopper capacity: 8 lbs.

Height: 36 in. | Width: 37 in. | Depth: 18 in.

Weight: 60 lbs.

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  • Canada
Awesome Grill!
  • Canada
 
Treated myself to this beauty for my birthday. Absolutely love it. I use it all the time. I've used my propane BBQ twice since I bought it. Whole Chickens, B/S Breast, Drums, Beef Roasts, homemade burgers, doesn't matter what you throw on there, Always turn out great!
 
 
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  • Canada
Excellent value
  • Canada
 
This grill is awesome. I use it regularly for entertaining up to 8 people. My friends are tired of hearing me talk about it. And those who have eaten things I have cooked on it are now talking about it. I didn't know the difference between this and a puck fed Bradley smoker. I had written it off as an option as the bigger ones were out of my price range. Someone talked me into the Jr elite at the store and now I am a full convert. The kids love everything I cook and I am so pleased with how everything turns out, I am always looking for new things to cook and cheap things to smoke.
 
 
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  • Canada
Traegar junior 20
  • Canada
 
This is hands down the best bbq I’ve ever had. (29 years old and we cooked everything on the bbq growing up). Set it and forget it! We bought a food probe for it so I can do whatever and monitor the food temperature.
Baking, meat obviously, reheating food, pasta, cheese, wild game, it does it all. I’m cold temperatures I recommend a insulated cover for which I have to get still. But otherwise you vacuum the ash out of it after every use and change the foil periodically and your good to go. I’ve used it every day for 3 weeks and put it to the test and there hasn’t been one bad meal that’s come from it. In that time we’ve used about 30 lbs of pellets. But that’s a lot of use and hours on it.

It is a smaller bbq for the price. That said, for my girlfriend and I or to have a few buddies over for burgers, it is awesome.

But a traegar. Keep it clean and you will not go to a propane or natural gas bbq again.
 
 
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Q. I just bought this grill and need to empty the hopper. The hopper guard is making it difficult to get the pellets out...any suggestions? Thanks Sheila
Sheila Martin
Canada
A. We recommend using a cup or scoop to empty the hopper.
Answered on Feb 07, 2018
Brandon
Answered on Feb 07, 2018
Q. I would like to purchase this for camping. Some campsite have very limited power. My camper has an outdoor kitchen with a fridge, etc etc. I can draw a lot of current from the electrical grid. My question is amperage, How many amps are required to run the grill. I assume more at the start up, with it balancing down after the initial startup Can you please let me know?
Alan
Canada
A. The Grill will pull about 300 W on start up and that goes down to about 100 W after the startup process.
Answered on Feb 07, 2018
Brandon
Answered on Feb 07, 2018
 
 
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