Revolutionizing the world of at-home barbecuing, Traeger launched its very first pellet grill in 1985 and held the patent that granted them exclusivity for two decades. This past year, the Oregon-based company made huge advancements with its flagship models, including touchscreen temperature controls and remote food monitoring via your phone.
Now, Traeger aims to bring its knack for innovation to a new category with the introduction of its very first flat-top grill, dubbed the Flatrock. Not everyone needs a pellet grill simply for smoking meats and vegetables. Some may prefer a griddle, which is a perfect option for making short-cook foods such as tacos, chicken, and even seafood.
Offering a versatile grilling experience, the Flatrock features U-shaped burners for even cooking distribution across the surface for more efficient performance. It’s fueled by a gas tank underneath, equipped with a gauge that tells you exactly how much is left in the tank. Other features include TruZone heat shields, which allow you to cook at three different temperatures, FlameLock for further maximizing fuel efficiency, and the EZ-Clean Keg for effortless cleanup.
To level up your outdoor grilling, head over to Traeger’s website to get your own Flatrock Grill for $899.