- 520 square inches of primary cooking space for a total of 720 square inches
- 140 to 725 degree F. temperature range
- 13-pound pellet hopper in a pull out front drawer
- Electronic temperature control system works
- Insulated airtight lid
- Wi-Fi Connectivity with proprietary app
- Dual pull out drip pans
- Three temperature probes
- Built in rotisserie system
- Removable firepot for easy cleaning
- Heavy gauge stainless steel rod cooking grates
- 304 stainless steel construction
- Two internal halogen lights
- Cover and optional charcoal pan sold separately
- Made in the USA by Twin Eagles
Full Review - Twin Eagles 36-Inch Pellet Grill
This is it, ladies and gentlemen. The ultimate pellet grill. Leave it to Dante Chantel and Twin Eagles to be the ones to make it. The Twin Eagle 36-Inch Pellet Grill has a cooking temperature range between 140 and 725 degrees F. The pellet hopper fits into a front-mounted drawer that simply disappears into the grill. Grease drains into front mounted drawers. It even has an internal, hidden rotisserie system. No other pellet grill has a rotisserie. Don't need it? Who cares? You can have it anyway.
The construction is all laser cut, heli-arc welded 304 stainless steel. Stainless steel gaskets make the cooking chamber practically airtight. The center section of the grill can be opened up to be a direct flame pellet broiler. You can even put in a lump charcoal basket for even higher temperature direct grilling. This is the pellet grill that can smoke a steak low and slow before hitting it with a high temperature reverse sear. It really can do it all.
It is also a beautiful design. The weatherproof front control panel allows for easy, intuitive control of the entire cooking process. Or you can run it from your smart device. There isn't a detail of this grill that hasn't been over-engineered. There are even hooks inside the grill to let you hang foods for smoking, though the clearance is a bit short.
The Bottom Line
Simply put, this is the best pellet grill ever built. No, it isn't designed for doing large amounts of barbecue. It is the size of a standard 36-inch gas grill. You can buy it freestanding or as a built-in unit for your outdoor kitchen. The only downside? It costs around $7,500USD. Yes, this is also the most expensive pellet grill ever built. If, however, you have the money, it is worth every dime.