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So after much messing around with smoker tubes and suchlike I have decided to bite the bullet and get a dedicated pellet grill.  Frankly, I am a little overwhelmed by the options.

My budget is likely £600-800ish (I might be able to negotiate this upwards a tiny bit).  What are the pros and cons of the different brands?

I am looking at:

Pit Boss


Louisiana Grills

Camp Chef

It will mainly be used for low and slow smoking as my gas Weber will still be in use for general grilling.

Any thoughts/advice/suggestions gratefully received.

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Hi Pseudo, before buying my Smokefire last year I was researching what alternatives there were around the price point and although a little over your initial budget, if it will stretch a little further the Traeger Pro D2 575 or the GMG Daniel Boone look well reviewed and popular Pellet Grills for that sort of money.

I love my pellet grill and it has really changed the way I look at outdoor cooking and what I can cook on them. Good luck in your hunt and whatever you decide I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

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Lol, one thing at time, suggest  invest in something that will last and  enjoy that before expanding.  For me a Weber kettle gives you loads of options, lots and slo, hot direct and cold smoke and rotisserie, etc...... or a pellet grill like @sotv, who is the master of that round here i think

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