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- Downdraft exhaust system keeps more smoke in the grill and helps maintain an even temperature efficiently
- Extra large capacity hopper holds up to 20 lbs of Traeger hardwood pellets at once for extended cooking time
- D2 direct drive features the first built-to-last, brushless motor in the industry, as well as a variable speed fan
- Monitor your Traeger wirelessly using the Traeger smart phone app
- Includes a pellet sensor, folding front shelf, and custom cover designed to fit the Traeger Ironwood 885 for a complete grill set
Elevate your craft with the Traeger Ironwood 885. Grill more food and enjoy more versatility with 885 square inches of cooking area. The bottom cooking grate can be lowered for searing juicy steaks, or raised for grilling. TRU Convection system and Traeger Downdraft Exhaust system, fully circulate fresh blue smoke keeping smoke in the chamber longer, as well as maintaining an even heat and increasing the efficiency of the grill. The D2 Direct Drive drivetrain technology makes the Ironwoods more durable, with the DC brushless motor, and also increases the efficiency of the grill with Turbo Temp fast start-up, and the variable speed fan. The Keep Warm mode lets you decide when you are ready to eat, not when the food is ready. The Ironwood also features double side walled insulation for better temperature control. An easy to use control panel & digital display gives you full control with a navigation dial and dedicated buttons for creating custom cook cycles and quick access to handy functions like keep warm mode and Super Smoke Mode, amping up the flavor with the push of a button. Tired of babysitting your grill? Try out the WiFIRE controller to change the temperature, set timers, and access thousands of Traeger recipes using the Traeger app and your smart phone (available for iOS & Android devices). Comes with a built-in Traeger Pellet Sensor, which monitors the level of pellets in your hopper and alerts you with app notifications when it is time to refuel. The included meat probe stores above the control panel for quick access, easily connecting to a dedicated control panel port for precise monitoring. There's no shortage of food prep convenience with a stainless steel side shelf with BBQ tool hooks and a full-length folding front-shelf. Keep the fire burning with a large capacity pellet hopper, holding up to 20 pounds of Traeger hardwood pellets. A hopper clean-out door lets you quickly empty contents for cleaning and swapping out flavors. Tucked away out of sight, is a concealed grease pan that slides out for easy cleanup. The Ironwood is built to outlast the competition from the ground up with a rock-solid sawhorse-style chassis, all-terrain wheels, heavy-duty locking casters and black powder coat finish. The Traeger Ironwood 885 has a temperature range of 165-500 degrees Fahrenheit.
Grill Dimensions: 54 Inches W x 27 Inches D x 48 Inches H
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- Model Number
- TFB89BLF + BAC442 + BAC513
|Powder Coated Steel|
Cooking Grate Material
|Porcelain Coated Steel|
|Cooking Grid Dimensions||30 X 19"|
|Main Grilling Area||570 Sq. Inches|
Secondary Grilling Area
|315 Sq. Inches|
|Total Grilling Area||885 Sq. Inches|
|WiFi/Bluetooth Enabled||WiFi Only|
Spring Assisted Hood
|Made In USA||No|
|Cart Assembly||Some Assembly Required|
|Medium (27 - 33")|
|Max Temperature||500 F|
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I have had my smoker for almost a year now. Its Incredible. Is it a stick burner? No its a pellet grill. The fact I can set it and forget it is Awesome! If I want some more smoke I can add a smoke tube, but so far I have not. Briskets, ribs, chicken pork and fish. My stick burner might as well be Retired. My Traeger works flawlessly. If it broke tomorrow I'd buy another in a second.
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Very happy with my iron wood
I find every excuse to smoke on the weekend love my traeger and recommend the ironwood 885
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I bought the Ironwood 885 a couple months ago and absolutely love it. The WiFi connected easily(read directions). I've smoked whole chickens and ribs and came out outstanding. Still learning on using as a grill also but am very happy with it. Simple to clean also.
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So easy to use
Got my Ironwood 885 1 week before thanksgiving and I have used it 3 times and love it. I am putting it through its paces and it is delivering on all that is advertised. I love the app with the ability to adjust temp and monitor from my living room. The recipes section with so many ideas is a great added bonus directly on the app. Keep up the great work, I would definitely recommend a Traeger to my friends.
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Bought this about 2 months ago and have had Great results. Smoked a ham on it and the kids couldnt get enough. Highly Recommend.
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I received this grill 5 months ago as a Fathers Day gift from my wife. The grill replaced a Texas Elite that I have had for five years. My old grill was used 3 to 4 times a week year around. I live at 7010 feet above sea level and we have very cold winters temps in single digits at times. I had a thermal blanket and it worked very well. When I got my new grill I gave my old grill to a friend and it is still working very well cranking out great cooks. I wanted the Ironwood 885 because it was bigger had all the new added features and according to the Traeger bulletins did not require any thermal covering. I love the grill absolutely fantastic great cooks. I wanted to wait and write a review when I actually got a chance to cook in cold weather. The other night it was 25° and the windchill was 11°. I fired that thing up it went right up to my set temperature of 460° And my dinner was absolutely fantastic. I couldn't be more pleased with the Ironwood 885 and I highly recommend this product.
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Greatest grill ever
My family got me a Traeger iron wood 885 for Christmas last year and wow!!! It been awesome! Cooked everything from cookies to sausage balls!! Pies , cobblers you can cook almost anything on it!
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Fear no more
I have been intimidated for decades by grilling. We can't carry on with pieces of ourselves not working properly. After watching YouTube videos, I was ready to give it a go as they say. Whoa! I loved and my kids love the meat!!
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Now have 2 Ironwoods
I have owned Traegers for a few years. This review is coming from a former anti pellet smoker competition cook. The first time I used a Traeger I changed my whole tune. I now own 2 780s, 1 tailgater and 2 Ironwood 885s. I have won a couple trophies off of each one of them and use them in my catering business all the time. From novice to expert the Traeger perfect.
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I Love This Ironwood 885 Grill!
This is my second Traeger Grill and it is awesome, I bought my first one 12ish years ago and finally wore out the motors so I'll going to order new motors and give it to my daughter.
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- D2 Direct Drive technology powers one of the most efficient pellet grills around
- Remarkably consistent temperatures across both high and low heat settings
- WiFIRE controller integrates with the Traeger App for wireless monitoring
- Double-lined interior insulates heat to keep temperatures on target
- Built-in pellet sensor alerts you well before running out of fuel
The world’s first wood-fired pellet grill brand has once again redefined itself with a feature-friendly series that’s as convenient as it is consistent.
More than 30 years passed between the debut of Traeger’s original pellet grill and the unveiling of the Traeger Ironwood series. After getting our hands on them, we think these pellet grills were well worth the wait. Traeger’s entry into Premium-class grilling lives up to its billing across the board, from even heat and on-target temperature to the high degree of quality we’ve come to expect from the original pellet grill brand. The standout feature, though, is Traeger’s innovative D2 Direct Drive system that serves as the brains behind the entire operation: super-fast startup, incredible efficiency, and convenient cooking modes that stretch the definition of “fine-tuning.”
We set Chef Tony loose on a Traeger Ironwood 885 (named for the square inches of cooking space within) to collect the findings detailed in this review. As with every product we inspect, Chef Tony quantified its quality, performance, and features through a series of tests designed to push the grill to its limits. He came away impressed on every front, a telling sign that Traeger Ironwood pellet grills are worthy heirs of the Traeger name.
Traeger set the standard for quality in the pellet grill industry, so Chef Tony wasn’t surprised to discover the Ironwood is a well-built machine. The exterior is constructed from 13-gauge, powder-coated steel, which is appropriately thick for a Premium pellet grill. Both the 5mm main cooking grates and 4mm secondary cooking grates are made of solid steel that’s been coated in porcelain, a material that protects the metal underneath while also making it easier to clean.
Several internal components are forged from cold-rolled steel, lending them enhanced strength and a smooth finish. Traeger gave this treatment to the 24-gauge interior double lining, the 20-gauge flame diffuser above the fire pot, and the 18-gauge drip tray. Chef Tony was also pleased to see 304-grade stainless steel, the top material in terms of outdoor longevity, used for the side shelf. Despite building the Ironwood series with various types of steel, all parts are covered by a 3-year warranty.
When it comes to pellet grills, performance is all about how close the temperature is to your desired setting, as well as the evenness of that temperature across the cooking surface. This just so happens to be where Traeger Ironwood pellet grills truly shine. Whether cruising on the low end or pushing the max temperature of 500°F, our grill expert found temperatures to be stable and on-target.
To gauge performance, Chef Tony placed thermocouples in various spots within the grill and averaged their readouts at different temperature settings. (Remember, pellet grills are basically ovens that cook with wood fire, so ambient temperature is a more relevant data point than heat in specific spots.) For tests conducted at both high and low heat, Chef Tony found that the average temperature was never more than 12°F off from the set temperature on the control panel. That’s the kind of worry-free consistency we look for in pellet grills. Preheat times from the highly touted Turbo Temp fast startup function were equally impressive: the grill reached smoking temperatures in about 8–9 minutes, and sprinted to high heat in only 12–15 minutes.
Chef Tony then conducted cooking tests aimed at getting more tangible (and, in his case, tasty) results. First up were short ribs smoked at low temperatures via a pre-loaded recipe in the Traeger App (more on this in the “Features” section). The Ironwood executed the recipe to perfection, but that’s the kind of stuff pellet grills are made for. Next came a batch of burgers, each of which turned out identical in a testament to the grill’s even heat. One final hurdle remained: a reverse-seared steak using both grates. Though pellet grills are primarily designed for slow-cooking on lower heat, the results of the reverse-sear were about as excellent as Chef Tony would expect from a traditional high-heat grill. Our expert summed up the Traeger Ironwood’s performance as follows: “Not only were there no hiccups, but I had plenty of even heat.”
The premium features are all there, but we’d be doing Traeger Ironwood grills a disservice if we didn’t lead off with the D2 Direct Drive system. This next-level drivetrain includes a variable-speed fan and industry-first brushless motor, which combine to deliver several of the “slick” features that caught Chef Tony’s eye. In addition to powering the Turbo Temp startup covered in the previous section, the D2 drivetrain brings with it a throttle-down function that senses when the lid is up. Why does that matter? Most pellet grills interpret an open lid as rapid temperature loss and respond by feeding more fuel into the fire pot. Next thing you know, you’ve closed the lid and temperatures are as much as 200° above what you intended. Not so with the Traeger Ironwood. Rounding out the D2 Direct Drive’s impressive capabilities are Super Smoke Mode and Keep Warm Mode, the latter of which is a traditionally commercial feature that drops temperatures to 165°F until you’re ready to eat.
That’s a lot of work behind the scenes, though there are a few features that make themselves known with helpful alerts. The first is the WiFIRE controller that connects to the Traeger App to keep you updated on your cook without babysitting the grill. Thanks to this wireless technology, you can access thousands of recipes, choose from standard cook modes, control temperatures, and monitor pellet volume straight from your smartphone. Chef Tony was particularly pleased with the notifications from the in-hopper pellet sensor — he knew he was low on pellets roughly an hour before running out, which gave him more than enough time to refuel without losing steam on his short ribs cook. The hopper itself has a 20-pound capacity for extended sessions, along with a quick-change trapdoor that lets you swap wood pellets flavors in a flash.
With the tech side taken care of, Traeger made sure to include a handful of practical features that enhance grilling experience. The pair of grill grates, for instance, can be set at different levels for different cooking styles; Chef Tony used the higher position for roasting burgers, and the lower position for the final portion of his reverse-sear. When not in use, the secondary grate slips out of sight onto brackets on the rear of the grill. Similarly, the stainless steel side shelf includes tool hooks to keep your grilling utensils nearby. And Chef Tony will be the first to admit he nearly overlooked the all-terrain wheels — until he had to move the grill a few hundred yards over mud and rocks, that is. But at that point, he knew Traeger had already thought of everything.
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