Seeking for the technology to dominate in the world of grilling, we present Green Mountain Davy Crockett DCWF that comes fully controllable through WiFi to make all the operations and settings to adjust done hands-free.
Equipped with the impressive functionality as featuring the Sense-Mate, a unique kind of the thermal sensors that continually monitors the grill temperature for you to make sure it does not overburn what you are cooking and would lower down the temperate and heat as it crosses the cooking time accumulated for the type of meal you are cooking.
Electrically operated, this Green Mountain Davy Crockett DCWF has all of its electrical sensors, and the control panel runs with 110v by plugging into the power post or through 12 volts by hooking it up with adapters per your convenience. So, you are not forced only to have the power post to make it operational.
Real portable grill, the digital WiFi controller, which gets controlled through your iOs and Android mobile application to change the temperature, start, stop, and everything by not visiting the grill to inspect how it is up and running. See if you have some sort of meal you know the time it would take, just set up the specific temperature and go worry-free, or always keep a tab of how it is doing on the grill.
Weighing just about 57 pounds, that is a little over in weight but could be taken up by the help of two folks to move it around the backyard to enjoy the outdoor grilling.
And having the foldable legs ensures it has this more comprehensive part of the grill removed to get it seated in the trunk of any car without a problem by conversing most of the space so that you never need to purchase any other compact grill to take along on the picnic, camping, and tailgating which would eventually add up an extra in your expense.
Steel-constructed, so never ever worry about it would get any bent or wear and tear of the extreme weather would not ruin its build. But yes, it is highly advisable to keep it cleaned and not leave it in open areas to converse it from getting directly connected with the rain, building up the rust over time.
Add in a wood pellet to heat up the grill, and that makes it converse big time on refueling the LPG or propane gas tank all the time, which may eventually run out of gas due to excessive usage. Just fill in the basket of wood pellet in little extra quantity and store in your car trunk to get them used up if the mind changes and you decide to stay for one more day on the picnic without having to worry about finding the gas to fill the tank with which is, of course, the real hassle to deal with on the picnic.
It also includes the meat probe and the peaked lib for the rib racks and the convenience tray to keep them placed up next to you along with the utensil hooks to ready them up before dipping inside the grill, so there is no need to find the external tray which can turn out to be a complete headache in outdoor situations.
For the power source to keep the control panel running, the convenience of being 12V takes drastically the lower time to drain a battery. Still, if you can happen to find the solar panel to sit beside it, it would be a plus point to converse on draining out a battery event for the percentage so that you should not afford to lose the big chunk of battery to actually miss cranking your car in extreme weather when on the picnic (imagine being out of the city limits with no means of contacting the friends and family back.)