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PIT BOSS 700FB Pellet Grill, 700 sq. in.
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- 700 sq. in. total cooking surface.
- Porcelain coated cast iron grids.
- Digitally controlled burn system.
- Fueled by 100% natural wood pellets.
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Experience Pit Boss Versatility
With the amazing versatility and flavor of real wood cooking, the Pit Boss Pellet Grill line will allow any new or aspiring backyard cook to smoke ribs, jerky, fish; bake biscuits, pizza; Grill burgers, vegetables, or sear or charbroil a steak with confidence, every time.
Light-up the Neighborhood
Win Every Meal
Pit Boss uses only all-natural cooking-grade wood pellets for fuel. NO gas, propane or charcoal. Built to last and designed to deliver immediate success. The easy to operate Digital Control Center gives you complete control from 170 Fahrenheit to 600 Fahrenheit.
Innovative Flame Broiler
Master your steaks and burgers just like your favorite steakhouse. The Flame Broiler is a simple slide-plate which allows complete control for direct flame grilling. Cast iron cooking has never been easier!
We Have You Covered
With heavy-duty polyester and PVC backing, this grill cover uses durable material to protect your grill from common outdoor elements. The Pit Boss Grill Cover also features a locking drawstring that cinches tight to provide ultimate top to bottom coverage and protection.
100% Sourced from American Hardwood Forests
Pit Boss Pellets are 100% American hardwood. 100% All Natural. No fillers. No adders. No spray scents or adhesives.
|Pit Boss 340||Pit Boss 440D||Pit Boss 700FB||Pit Boss 700SC||Pit Boss 820FB||Pit Boss 820D|
|Assembled Dimensions||39"T x 37"W x 22"D||41"T x 49"W x 24"D||44"T x 44"W x 28"D||47"T x 53"W x 27"D||50"T x 48"W x 27"D||50"T x 55"W x 27"D|
|Assembled Weight||79 lb||88 lb||126 lb||149 lb||141 lb||146 lb|
|Cooking Grids||Porcelain Coated Wire||Porcelain Coated Cast Iron||Porcelain Coated Wire||Porcelain Coated Cast Iron||Porcelain Coated Cast Iron||Porcelain Coated Cast Iron|
|Hopper Capacity||10 lb||10 lb||18 lb||18 lb||18 lb||18 lb|
The Pit Boss Advantage
Pit Boss Pellet Grills make it easy to prepare and serve the finest in 'World Class, Wood-Fired Gourmet Goodness'.
It uses only all-natural cooking-grade wood pellets for fuel. NO gas, propane or charcoal. Built to last and designed to deliver immediate success. The easy to operate Digital Control Center dial-in control gives you complete control from 170 Fahrenheit to 600 Fahrenheit. An electric ignition and fan-forced air accelerate and maintain a clear burning flame for an abundance of convection heat and clean, flavorful smoke. The 'Flame Broiler' allows for both 'Direct' and 'Indirect' cooking while adding flavor back to your cooking and channeling excess grease away. With the amazing versatility and flavor of real wood cooking, our Pit Boss Pellet Grills will allow any new or aspiring backyard cook to smoke ribs, jerky, fish; bake biscuits, pizza; Grill burgers, vegetables, or sear or charbroil a steak with confidence, every time.
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|Item Dimensions||24.80 x 22.05 x 43.11 inches||16.50 x 2.50 x 21.00 inches||14.00 x 4.50 x 20.00 inches||18.00 x 26.00 x 5.00 inches|
The Pit Boss 700 series offers the best value per square" in the pellet grill industry! the 700FB has been perfectly designed to be as versatile as it is practical. With 700 sq." of cast-iron cooking surface including a S Tier rack, the 700 series is perfect for a group of four to six. These 8-in-1 grills range in cooking temperature from 180° to 500°. select your preferred cooking styles with the digital control board & standard flame broiler. Set it & forget it, or slide the plate & sear it over an open flame. No need for natural gas or propane-our wood pellet fuel produces an exceptional taste & is made of 100% natural hardwood pellets. With heavy Gauge steel components, Complete structural strength & durability, these high-value grills are meant to last. Grill, smoke, bake, roast, sear, braise, barbeque or char-grill to perfection with the Pit Boss 700 series.
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I paid $396 with free prime delivery for this pit, and this review is based on that price. Be sure to shop this pit if you see it priced here higher. Walmart also offers this periodically for that price.
***Update 3... Well, we are well over 2 years into owning this pit. I can honestly say, that if it died tomorrow, I wouldn't care and wouldn't change my 5 star review... already money well spent. I have made some poor investments (including my $4000 Cal Flame gas grill kitchen that I haven't used since I bought the Pit Boss (read more below)...but I can proudly say I nailed this one. We still fire it up AT LEAST twice a week. I can see at the time of this writing it is being offered for about $340...DO NOT HESITATE to buy this pit for this price! I paid $396, and THAT was a bargain. (and NO, I have not been paid or compensated in ANY way for this review...just straight up. GET ONE!
***Update 2...Now over a year in. I have easily fired this beauty up at least 150 times...yes, 2-3 times a week. With the cover, the care, and occasional, deep clean (just deep cleaned it for the 4th time..about a 1-2 hour simple process) it honestly looks like it did the day I set it up and works just as well. My pizza is the talk of my son's youth group buddies (don't want to tell them its Wal-Mart take and bake) and I can now cook/smoke/grill literally anything on this pit. My biggest problem now, if you read below about not using my 4K Cal Flame gas grill anymore (STILL haven't since), is that my wife if busting my chops to tear out my original 'outdoor kitchen' to free up more space on the patio! I'll keep making excuses to avoid that, but truth be told, this pit rendered my Cal Flame useless. Not one complaint...don't hesitate to buy this pit (remembering the $400 target price).***
***Six month update.... LOVE this pit. Can't say how much it has changed the way I cook. I initially bought it for the occasional times I want to smoke big meats... brisket, pork butt, ribs, pork belly, etc., and it is AWESOME for that. Totally "set it and forget it." But, it has completely replaced my $4000 Cal Flame gas "outdoor kitchen" for EVERYTHING. Burgers, chicken breasts/thighs/wings/etc, pork chops, steaks, veggies, pineapple...OK you get the point. I literally have not turned on my Cal-Flame since I purchased it. Our new favorite thing is buying cheap frozen pizzas and lasagna and making them taste like they were fired in a brick oven- without heating up the kitchen in our hot Texas summer months. Below is my original review, modified in a few spots where I have gained some knowledge and added some ***notes.... and, yes, I did use this for the graduation party mentioned below, and yes... it was perfection. I have been asked to cater similar events.
A couple of my buddies had bought Traegers and I have had the pleasure of sampling the smokey goodness these types of grills can provide- without hassle and mess of a wood smoker. But, money doesn’t’ grow on Traeger trees, and laying out $800 + for a 2nd grill (I use a gas grill as well), just wasn’t in the cards. I sure am glad I found this pit.
It is the PERFECT size for us. Large enough to cook for a party (you could get a full-size brisket, a medium pork shoulder and a rack of ribs or two on this grill at the same time using both racks), but it doesn’t take up the whole backyard. It gets hot enough, so that you could grill some chicken breasts or leg quarters, and/or sausage links while your briskets and ribs are resting. I plan on using this to feed about 100 guests and my son’s graduation party, and I don’t think it will even be a stretch with some good timing and finishing some brisket and pork shoulder in an oven.
The unit arrived in perfect condition and was remarkably simple and intuitive to put together. It is actually harder to unpack than assemble! It took me about two hours, just taking my time with no help. One of the smart, presumably computer aided design elements is that the legs are ambidextrous, and the legs and bottom tray use the same hardware- so you don’t spend an hour trying to figure out right leg/left leg and sorting out 60 screws and washers. The handle and lid stop already have the hardware screwed in, so no brainer there either. After putting this together once, I could unpack and assemble another in less than an hour. The instructions are extremely well written- no weird “Chinese to American” translation issues whatsoever. The guide is poignant, and actually humorous at times.
Be sure to read the manual before operating. There is vital information there, especially for the first fire up. One note that the manual does not mention, is that when you first fill the hopper, it takes several minutes for the pellets to reach the firebox. On your first "attempt", it is likely that the firebox will turn off before the pellets reach it, and you will think your grill is defective. Its not. Either "prime" the firebox with a small handful of pellets, or let it cycle once, unplug, and restart on "smoke" setting. You should always start the grill on "smoke" setting with the lid up until the initial smoke clears and you hear a nice "roar" of pellets burning...
But, who cares about all that!? How does it cook? I knew pellet grills could deliver the flavor based on my buddies’ samples. And they told me how easy it was, but I really didn’t believe it until I threw 4 split breasts and a rack of ribs on my Pit Boss for her maiden voyage. I LITERALLY did nothing, but my usual rubs and putting them on. After 2 hours on the chicken and 3 on the rib rack (Baby Back) at around 300 (then foil wrapped the rib for another half hour), I had PURE perfection. Every breast was evenly cooked according to size- and I never touched them (on my gas grill I have to constantly shuffle everything around for even the dream of even cooking (and pray for no flare-ups). I never had to flip either and the temperature was 160 top to bottom on the breasts when I pulled them. I have been cooking split breasts for 30 years…these were the best I have ever done- and all I had to do was drink beer. The ribs were smokey and had a REAL smoke ring. They didn’t “fall off the bone”, but just pulled away perfectly. SO good… honestly, this feels like cheating!
My first run was a warm day with little wind and the temperature held +/- 15*…about the same as an oven and much more steady than sticks, chips, or charcoal. It is remarkably efficient. I have smoked twice and grilled once and haven’t used but maybe 10lbs of pellets (I have been using the Competition Blend Pit Boss Pellets ($20 at WalMart for 40 lbs) . WAY, WAY cheaper than charcoal to run (and almost no ash!). There is all of this talk about PID controllers in pits, and I don’t know if this pit has one or not, but if not, that talk is overrated in my opinion, because I can’t imagine needing any tighter control. The pit also has “P” value setting that allows you to trade a wider temperature variance for more smoke and less pellet usage. I haven’t played with that yet, but it sounds intriguing (it comes factory set in the middle).
***update, this does not have a PID controller... you can buy one aftermarket that fits for about $150, but frankly, I don't think you need it. I have played with the P values- can't tell a whole lot of difference, but if I am smoking, I raise the P value to 5 or 6, and if I am grilling, I use 2 or 3***
My Pit Boss and I are still on our honeymoon, so I’ll update this post periodically if the bloom comes off the rose. But as of right now, I might be kicking my Ex Gas Grill-Friend to the curb (literally). If you are thinking about a pellet grill (and see this for the $396), pull the trigger, NOT the TRAEGER!
***honeymoon is over, but still love the marriage! Anyone wanna buy a Cal Flame Gas Grill???
Well, there is! I bought this grill for a third what the Traeger costs, and guess what? It does a great job!! There are a couple of immediate advantages this grill has over my old grill. One, you can sear with it. Can't on the Traeger. Two, you can adjust the "P" setting for more or less smoke. I've got mine set to a little higher than medium. No adjustment on the Traeger.
Allow a couple hours for setup. It's pretty easy, just follow the directions. Be sure to allow time to 'cook off' the oils before you actually use it, this takes a couple hours.
Only complaint is that it was damaged in shipping. According to Pit Boss, this seems to be an Amazon thing, as it rarely happens elsewhere, and they are working with Amazon to correct it. The box it ships in is big and heavy. Pit Boss customer service was AMAZING, even got me a shelf that was back ordered in just a few days.
I highly recommend this grille. Built, hell overbuilt, to last a lifetime and makes great food!!
This also makes it dangerous. Mine overfed pellets for some strange reason. I opened the lid when I saw a crazy amount of smoke coming out. When I opened the lid, there was a huge backdraft that singed my facial hair and started a big fire I could only put out by getting a hose. Pictures of the aftermath (even after spraying it down, the fire started back up)
Other than that, it's a pretty good grill. Good size, good construction, big hopper.
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As others have done, I modified the slide which exposes the fire pit with a rod and handle to make functionality better.