Camp Chef Woodwind WiFi 24-Inch Pellet Grill With Propane Sidekick Burner - PG24CL
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Camp Chef pellet grills are warrantied to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three (3) years from the original date of purchase (excluding paint and finish).

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Smoking Joe
Tennessee
Verified Purchaser
Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

The PID and Smoke number control is great.

I bought my woodwind pellet grill three years ago. It's never failed me. There smoke flavor is soft and not abrasive ; never "over smoked." If you use a good quality of pellets the bbq taste will be delicious right on the money. Only had one flameout and it was my fault. Did not have my smoke stack open enough to create a proper air flow. With three years of cooking the only regret I have is that I wish I had bought the 36 Woodwind model. Get one and happy smoking!

 

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Robchef
Spring Hill, Tn
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Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Great Support

I've had this grill/smoker for just over a year. I had issues with a major component. Sent an email to support at Campchef with pictures. They responded quickly and sent me a new part. Came very quick. Love this grill/ smoker. With the Sidekick it is one of the most versatile units out there.

 

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CWebb3
Sacramento, CA
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Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Great Grill

This is my second Camp Chef grill and it's a 2nd generation Woodwind 24 with the Sidekick, the optional pizza oven, and the optional front folding shelf assembly. My previous grill was the 1st generation Woodwind 20. The new Woodwind 24 is a pretty big improvement over the smaller one. I had the smaller one for over a year, and I obviously liked it a lot. Which is why I chose another Camp Chef, and I'm very glad I did. I decided to upgrade primarily because I wanted the Sidekick with its great versatility and the Sidekick will not fit the smaller model. But the Woodwind 24 has many advantages over the smaller version. The Woodwind 20 is a good grill, but the 24 is a truly great grill. Prior to getting into pellet grilling, I was using a Bradley Smoker, a Weber Performer charcoal grill, and a Weber Summit gas grill. As you can tell, I'm into outdoor cooking. Since getting into pellet grilling and smoking, I use the Woodwind about 90% of the time. I use the gas grill when I want to do something very quickly, like a burger. The other two are gone. If I could only have one grill, it would be the Camp Chef Woodwind 24 or 36.

 

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GTO25
Monument, CO
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Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Great Customer Service

Yes the grill is great but this is more about their Customer Service. I had a small problem that needed attention after about a year. They were easy to contact and addressed my issue immediately. Once I took the grill apart to replace the defective part, I found another part that was questionable and let them know. Once again they sent me the part without question. Lots of companies are selling quality pellet grills now but customer service is what makes a loyal customer. Thanks Camp Chef!

 

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Cedric
Prescott Valley AZ
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Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Love camp chef products

The wife surprise with the woodwind 24 for my birthday. Totally didn't expect it since I already have the camp chef 24 smoke vault, camp chef explorer and kamado cooker but I'm glad she did. I know several people that have the other brand pellet cooker but my research came up with the woodwind because of the special features like pellet dump, ash dump and smoke level plus the 4 probes availability. I'm familiar with camp chef quality so it's a no brainer. The wife and I put it together with no problems. All parts were there, nothing was damaged and it took only an hour with the instructions provided and we didn't have any arguments putting it together. This unit is great. I have changed pellets 4 times with ease trying to find the perfect smoke flavor. This unit after start up and a few minutes to get to temp stays solid with minor variations even at smoke level 8. Literally set it and forget it! I would recommend this unit to anyone looking for a pellet smoker

 

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Dan23dan23
Phoenix, AZ
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Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

High quality equals easy assembly.

The quality of the grill is apparent during the assembly. Rivets are tight, and align perfectly with each part. I love all of the features, the ease of dumping the ash, the direct flame option to sear meats at the end of a smoke. It is so easy to change pellets, you can completely empty your hopper, and replace with a different flavor pellet in minuets. Cleaning and vacuuming out the grill is so easy compared to other smokers I've owned.

 

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Jake
Beverly Hills, FL
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★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

best grill for the price

This grill is awesome. You get great smoke and features I have smoked tenderloin and a butt so far and both have come out well

 

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robertward17
Redwood City, CA
Verified Purchaser
Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Great Grill

I love this grill, it is awesome for cooking all of my favorite foods. I bought this on a whim and it brings me such great joy.

 

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Pirate Bob
Virginia
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Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Great Smoker

Great smoker. Love the results and the convenience of the wifi monitor

 

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Tim Taylor
California
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Camp Chef - BV
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Not JUST a pellet grill!

After researching several pellet grills I concluded the Woodwind WIFI 24 fit my needs perfectly. I have not been disappointed in the least. I went "full monty" and got the side kick w/ sear, griddle, and pizza oven. Everything works great and the entire side kick concept is ingenious - it turns your pellet grill into a complete cook station. The Woodwind is a beast!

 

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The Skinny:
  • Outstanding 1,236 square inches of total cooking space
  • Slide and Grill functionality effortlessly offers indirect cooking
  • Smart Smoke technology delivers excellent smoke infusion
  • Respectable 22-pound pellet hopper with quick release function
  • Control from your phone with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity

“Great-tasting food will always bring people together.” That’s the mantra behind Camp Chef, an industry mainstay from 1990 that builds some of the camp-friendliest outdoor cookware we’ve seen. That brings us to the Camp Chef Woodwind Wi-Fi 36-inch pellet grill — if you want the ease of pellet grill smoking and the satisfaction of toggling indirect cooking on and off with a convenient knob, you’re in the right place. If you don’t, try it for yourself.

This is a great pellet grill built with respectable results, above-average construction, and a few tucked-away bells and whistles to get you, well, whistling. Everything we asked of the Camp Chef Woodwind Wi-Fi, it did well. We loaded it chock-full of meat; it gave us great smoke and better bark. We set high expectations for temperature evenness; it met them. Even ash disposal turned out effortless by comparison. (Have we got your attention yet?) If you’re intrigued so far, good news! It gets even better.

Performance:

From preheats to smoked meats, Camp Chef Woodwind Wi-Fi proves a solid contender for your pellet grill of choice.

First up? Thermocouple tests. Setting the pellet grill to the “smoke” function (160°F, give or take), we left the grill alone for an hour. The thermocouples indicated an average overall grill temperature of 192°F, with a low level of deviancy — the outlier was our probe in the top-left quadrant at approximately 30 degrees higher. That’s a better batting average than many indoor ovens out there today. (With that said, we don’t want to see any of those pumping out smoke.)

Next, we ran our preheat and evenness tests on high, which pauses at about 500°F. After 15 minutes with Camp Chef’s Slide and Grill heat deflector covering the firepot, the Camp Chef Woodwind’s average cooking grid temperature sat at 320°F. (Does that sound low? Maybe. But with the Slide and Grill plate pulled away from the firepot, 15 minutes will give you plenty enough heat for great searing.) For the high-heat evenness test, we ran the pellet grill for 30 minutes; the average cooking grid temperature was about 439°F. Our pal in the top-left quadrant was once again the furthest off, at 100 degrees above the average.

And now, for the number science you can eat! Chef Tony covered the pellet grill surface with 28 4-inch patties; we saw consistent, even results, barring a few in the leftmost quarter of the cooking grates. Afterward, uncovered the firepot with that heat deflector to sear those beautiful steaks we all love so much. He had this to say: “Searing can definitely be a challenge with some pellet grills, but with Camp Chef’s Woodwind? This was not the case. I was very impressed with the all-over, steakhouse-like crust I was able to put on my steaks.” When asked more, he added: “The direct flame provides enough heat to get a nice crust before the inside is over-done. Whereas a pellet grill without the option of the direct flame does make it a little bit hard to sear a steak without just kind of you know, baking it through.”

“Great,” you ask, “but what about low and slow?” Don’t worry — we weren’t going to forgo the tried-and-true test of any pellet grill. For this final real-world test, we buried the Woodwind grates in a few solid pork shoulders, a smattering of baby back ribs, an entire chicken, a few handfuls of sausages, and whatever vegetables we could fit around them. (Not many.) The result? Chef Tony packed nearly 20 folks full of perfectly smoked grub. What more could we ask for?

Quality:

Camp Chef Woodwind Wi-Fi pellet grill is built solidly with reasonable components for this class.

Great performance isn’t our only measuring stick for a great pellet grill, so let’s discuss Chef Tony’s favorite topic: XRF scanners and digital calipers. The pellet grill lid clocked in at 14-gauge, 304-grade stainless steel; the enameled steel rods of the cooking grids measured nearly 5 millimeters thick. (The extra top grates are coated in nickel instead, but still about 5 millimeters thick.) We determined 17-gauge powder-coated steel for the firebox. Meanwhile, the firepot itself registered 304-grade stainless steel construction, and its Slide and Grill heat deflector is 16-gauge steel. Above that, the drip tray diffuser pan is built from 13-gauge steel.

That’s right: we pivoted straight back into the number science! So, what’s that mean for you? The Camp Chef Woodwind pellet grill is not only an above-average construction for this class of grill, but it’s respectably well-built. Then again, it’s consistent with what we’ve seen from Camp Chef in the past. If you’re already a fan of the brand, the Woodwind Wi-Fi will only make you a bigger believer; if you’re interested in taking it for a spin, this is certainly solid quality for the price point.

Features:

The Camp Chef Woodwind Wi-Fi pellet grill doesn’t skimp on functionality, but the rockstar feature is its painlessly simple indirect cooking.

Camp Chef Woodwind’s Smart Smoke feature is a great place to start. For that mountain of smoked grub, Chef Tony ran the smoke setting at 10. “It makes a very noticeable difference.” (Check our video above to see what it did for the barbecue’s bark!) And this pellet grill doesn’t stop there: it packs plenty of pellets with that 22-pound hopper, and that’s a generous size for longer low-and-slow smoke sessions. There’s a knob for a quick and dirty pellet purge — whether you’re stowing the grill or swapping out pellet flavors, it’s a great touch. Beneath the lid, the main cooking surface is boosted by a pair of bonus removable cooking grids. Boy, do we love those top racks: fill out an entire second cooking surface, stagger them, or space them for whatever you have in mind. Combined, that’s a whopping 1,236 square inches of grilling and smoking space.

With “Wi-Fi” in the name, we expect a certain standard of convenience. Camp Chef didn’t disappoint here: the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled PID controller does what you’d expect, allowing smartphone integration to the grill’s interface. Some grills let you see the readings, and that’s it. Here? Not so. Manage the pellet grill’s temperature, adjust the smoke levels, and even monitor (and label!) any of the 4 meat probes to watch your session’s progress. Not attracted to that feature? Don’t worry about it: keep your smoking style old school, and simply use the PID controller’s physical knob instead.

But our top features had to be the Slide and Grill diffuser baffle and the ash disposal. We’ve already mentioned the former a few times, but Chef Tony considers that his killer attraction for this pellet grill. Here’s why: with a simple push-pull knob, you can swap between direct and indirect grilling without needing to open the lid. (Let alone remove any components. How awesome is that?) When it’s time to finally extract the ashes, the typical pellet grill requires pulling cooking grids, heat diffusers, and so on. This time? Nope! Another handy knob conveniently dumps your ashes into a metal cup below the firepot. It doesn’t really get any easier. If it did, it’d mean Camp Chef themselves would have to send a guy to your pellet grill for ash removal.

Overall Rating

4.2 out of5
Value
5.0
Construction
4.0
Design & Style
4.0
Innovation & Features
5.0
Hopper Capacity
4.5
Even Heat
3.5
High Heat
4.0
Low Heat
5.0
Customer Service
4.0
Warranty
3.0

Questions & Answers (2)

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Question:
Can the pizza oven be used with the sear box.
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Answer:
Hi Joe. The Italia Artisan Pizza Oven Accessory can be used with the Sidekick that comes with this grill, but not with the sear box attachment.

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I'm trying to figure out the difference between the sear box and the side kick. Best I can tell, the sear box comes with a grill and the sidekick comes with a griddle. Is there a grill and heat diffuser accessory that can be purchased for the sidekick? Is the pizza oven a sidekick accessory? thanks, Bob
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Hi Bob! The Sear Box has a 16,000 BTU burner that can reach temperatures up to 900 degrees. The 11.5 by 16 inch grill grate is perfect for searing leaving perfect grill marks. If versatility is what you are looking for then I would go with the Sidekick. The 14 x 16.5 inch Sidekick has a 28,000 BTU burner and comes with a griddle top. Other accessories are sold separately such as a pizza oven or grill box. Hope this helps!

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