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Bronson 20 Grill

Traeger Grills TFB29PLB

Features

  • Convection Process
  • Hopper
  • Auger
  • Firepot

Quick Specs

  • Type: BBQ
  • Style: Electric
  • Width: 38.0"
  • Height: 35.0"
  • Depth: 22.0"
  • Energy Star Rated: No

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The all new Bronson 20 grill is a wood-fired assault grill that's built to champion cooking outdoors everywhere adventure lies. From your urban patio to your favorite lakeside fishing hole, the broad sawhorse chassis provides stability and the solid all terrain wheels make transporting it over rocks and through dirt simple. The LED Digital Elite Controller display shows the internal grill temperature and has precision temperature settings. With no open flame it's HOA approved--tuck it in on your condo patio and grill out every night.
  • 300 sq. in. (20" x 15") grilling area
  • Digital Elite Controller
  • HOA Approved
  • 10 lb. Pellet Hopper Capacity
  • Easily holds up to 12 burgers 4 chickens 18 hot dogs 3 rib racks


WOOD-FIRED GRILLING

The Bronson is easy to move and has rock solid stability. This compact grill will fit any lifestyle. From big city living to the suburbs, we bring you an easily maneuverable meat train that's ready to take on a 20-pound brisket or 3 racks of ribs. The Bronson makes it simple to feed the biggest little league team in the neighborhood.



Specifications

MODEL TFB29PLB
19,500 BTUs
300 sq. in. (20" x 15") Grilling Area


Dimensions

Height: 35 in
Width: 38 in
Depth: 22 in
Weight: 76 lbs



Convection Process

An induction fan circulates rich, hardwood smoke throughout the cook chamber for even heat and epic flavor distribution.


Hopper

Load the hopper to the brim with 100% Hardwood for hours of smoking and grilling without reloading.


Auger

It fuels the fire, moving Hardwood from Hopper to Fire Pot-briskly for hot and fast, or gradually for low and slow cooking.


Firepot

A hot rod at the bottom of the Fire Pot ignites the Hardwood, keeping the fire going so you can relax and drink a cold one.


Energy Economy

Powered by a standard, household outlet, it uses 300 watts for the first four minutes and only 50 watts for the rest of the cook.


Shut Down Cycle

This sweet setting keeps the induction fan running for 10 minutes to lift residual ash from the fire pot and shuts off automatically.

Features

  • Convection Process
  • Hopper
  • Auger
  • Firepot
  • Energy Economy
  • Shut Down Cycle
Model TFB29PLB
Cooking capacity 300 sq. in.
Pellet hopper capacity 10 lbs.
Height 38 in.
Width 35 in.
Depth 22 in.
Weight 76 lbs.

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: BBQ
  • Style: Electric

  • Dimensions

  • Width: 38.0"
  • Height: 35.0"
  • Depth: 22.0"

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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