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TFB85WLB

Timberline 850 Pellet Grill

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Starting at the core with a pill-shaped barrel, double-wall stainless steel interior, and airtight lid gasket, the Timberline is built with the structural integrity of Fort Knox. Grill more with the three-tier stainless steel grates, and cook it all 20% faster* thanks to the new TRU Convection® system. Adjust your grill from the couch, or across town, with The Timberline’s WiFIRE® controller. It lets you adjust the smoke, set timers and change or hold set temperatures from 165°F to 500°F within +/- 5°F** all from your phone via the Traeger App.

*Based on convection air circulation vs. non-convection indirect flame cooking.

**Average variance over an hour-long cook after the grill has achieved initial set temperature. Ambient air temperature 72 degrees F without wind.

Timberline 850 Pellet Grill

Grill Capacity

  • 9 Chickens Traeger
  • 8 Rib Racks Traeger
  • 6 Pork Butts Traeger

Specs

  • Model: TFB85WLB
  • Cooking capacity: 850 sq. in.
  • Pellet hopper capacity: 24 lbs.
  • Height: 48 in. | Width: 52 in. | Depth: 27 in.
  • Weight: 213 lbs.



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Grand Forks
  • North Dakota
The Traeger Timberline 850 is the way to go!
Grand Forks
 
  • North Dakota
The fact is, Traeger invented pellet smoker/grills. Once their initial patent ran out, many other manufacturers sprung up to try to get a piece of the action. Several of them made some improvements more or less forcing Traeger to do likewise. Of the various innovations, the convection fan and the insulating double wall are two of the best.

I could never get the temperature control and sustained smoke with my old smoker. I gave it away and searched for a replacement. I read and studied for well over two weeks before making my decision to buy the Traeger Timberline 850. It does everything I want and need. It’s big enough, it has the ability to hold the temperature at a fairly constant -5°F even during cold, wind and rain. Plus, the Wi-Fi app allows the user to monitor and control it from any remote location if needed or desired.

Of course, the ability to use one wood or another or, a combination of woods simply by filling the hopper is another definite plus. And, the temperature and smoke can be held ad infinitum for as many hours or days desired.

My first week of use had me making the best pork belly burnt ends I’ve ever had. Some very good country style ribs and Kansas City style baby backs. Also, two cured and smoked skin-on salmon fillets. And, a 20 hour melt-in-your-mouth beef brisket that could have won a trophy. The Traeger makes it so much more easy to do. If you buy a tool, buy the best one you can afford and it becomes an investment. The Traeger Timberline 850 is the way to go!
 
 
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Malta
  • Montana
Great
Malta
 
  • Montana
I’ve had my timberline for about a year and a half now. I have been grilling and bbqing for the better part of 2 decades. Most of that time I have cooked on stick burner and charcoal grills. I was a bit skeptical when I first got the traeger but have been nothing short of amazed with the ease of use and excellent taste the food takes on. I live in northern Montana and found the grills temperature limit this past winter -20 F. I put a heater under the grill and was able to get the job done. I have had the opportunity to grill on other pellet smokers (Rec-tec and GMG) and can honestly say they don’t even come close. A friend of mine who owns a GMG smoked a brisket over night in fair conditions and used close to 2 20 lb bags of pellets to get it done. I ran my timberline 850 for about 21 hrs straight and used a little over half a bag. I know these are pricey, but they are worth their weight in gold, for ease of use, how well it holds temp within 2 degrees even in the cold, and most importantly the taste of the finished product whether smoking grilling or bbqing. My only complaint would be that the grease catching system doesn’t work great in extreme cold conditions.
 
 
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Louisville
  • Kentucky
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Louisville
 
  • Kentucky
Love the grill - holds temps well. My only complaint is if you use super smoke ( which I planned on doing frequently) it puts soot all over your food and covers the inside of the grill / not good
 
 
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Q. Is there a cold smoking accessory for the Timberline 850?
Brian
Minneapolis, Minnesota
A. No, There is not currently a cold smoking attachment. We do have recipes for cold smoking in a grill without the cold smoking attachment. Check the recipes section of our website for more info.
Answered on Aug 03, 2018
Brandon
Answered on Aug 03, 2018
Q. Do you have to be connected to the wifi for the Timberline 850 to work or is there a manual mode?
Renae Weisen
Great Falls, Montana
A. We recommend connecting the grill to Wifi to get any updates, after the grill has updated the grill can be used without connecting to Wifi.
Answered on Jan 04, 2018
Brandon
Answered on Jan 04, 2018
Q. My recipe for wings calls for 350 degrees for 35 minutes. How can I achieve smoke when the Traeger recipes state 165 degrees for smoke? I have used the Traeger 850 once for a brisket at 375 degrees and did not see any smoke coming out of the back of the grill. What am I not getting right?
Larry Lesko
Orlando, Florida
A. You are going to get the best smoke production from 150-225 F. The Timberline has a super smoke setting that can be activated between these temps. Doing lower temps for longer time will get you more smoke on the food.
Answered on Nov 30, 2017
Brandon
Answered on Nov 30, 2017
Q. Is it possible to put the Timberline into an outdoor kitchen for a custom BBQ island? It looks like the the on/off switch is on the back for some reason and the drip try slides out to the left. I really like this grill but I'm unsure if it will work for me based on these two things.
Tyler Borja
El Dorado Hills, California
A. You should have no issue installing the Timberline into an outdoor kitchen. We would leave room below the hopper for maintenance and airflow.
Answered on Nov 30, 2017
Brandon
Answered on Nov 30, 2017
Q. Can I grill or sear burgers & steaks or the 850 just a smoker?
Tim Cuffe
Mastic, New York
A. The Timberline 850 can do it all. It has a max temp of 500 degrees and can Grill Smoke, Bake, Roast, Braise and BBQ.
Answered on Nov 30, 2017
Brandon
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