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PTG + Pellet Grill
TFT17LLA

PTG + Pellet Grill

$299.99

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PTG Pellet Grill
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The PTG+ is our Portable Tabletop Grill for outdoor chefs on the go. It makes the perfect companion when camping, tailgating, picnicking, boating, anywhere where you want a simple meal packed with flavor. Its convenient size and mobile design don’t sacrifice the taste you expect from a Traeger, so you can have your wood-fired taste, and move it too.

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Product Features

  • 173 sq. in. (11.5" x 15") grilling area
  • Plugs into a standard 110v outlet

PTG + Pellet Grill

Grill Capacity

1
Chickens
1
Rib Racks
6
Burgers

Specs

Model: TFT17LLA

Cooking capacity: 173 sq. in.

Pellet hopper capacity: 5 lbs.

Height: 13 in. | Width: 20 in. | Depth: 19 in.

Weight: 41 lbs.

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Alton
  • Illinois
My PTG is the best and GREATEST PURCHASE I have made with in the last year
First thing I cooked on the grill was a Pork roast; I had no rub or marinade so I did what I do best I grabbed a bunch of spices and other condiments and mixed all of them up and I injected it into the meat and the roast was done with in about 3 hours; the roast was Restaurant quality ie... so Juicy it melted in your mouth; the next day I cooked some Asparagus and it was a great addition to the left over roast; I then cooked Pork chops and all that I seasoned them with was seasoning salt and the comment my wife made was she could not believe how juicy they were and that pork chops are never this juicy. Needlessly to say my wife and I can not say more good things about this PTG. I think I've convinced her into buying me the full size Elite grill for our anniversary in Oct. I know if anyone that is thinking about purchasing one the only thing you need to know is DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME ON ANY OTHER SMOKER OTHER THAN A TRAEGER GRILL. BUY IT YOU WON'T REGRET IT BUT YOU WILL IF YOU DON'T.
 
 
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Greenville
  • South Carolina
PTG Pellet Grill Off-the-grid Cooking Fun
I love my PTG. I use it on the back of my truck when we go Whitewater Kayaking out in the boonies and off the grid. I have the Traeger Power Inverter and it works perfectly from my truck battery. It doesn't draw much from the battery but I do have a solar battery charger that I can connect while grilling just for fun (I have been an I.T. computer geek for 40 years and also a Vietnam Combat Vet). I love being off the grid with friends and fire up my grill without worrying about causing a wild-fire because the firebox is covered by the lid when we are in dry places. I make everything in this little bad boy, no worries. I love seeing the faces of hikers and river runners when they see us living the good life where there is no electricity or cell phone coverage and eating like we're downtown. I also carry my Vitamix blender to make frozen margaritas just to round out the day after a wild river run. I have slept in rice paddies in my combat days but now I sleep in a Goretex tree hammock and cook like a master chef anywhere we go with my PTG. It is also a great warm gathering spot when kayaking in the winter mountains:-) If you love the taste of wood fired food anywhere you go, I recommend you get one ..it will blow your friends away:-)
 
 
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Merced
  • California
King of the parking lot
So far so good, I will know better during the 2018 baseball season as it will be put to the test. I have made many test runs so I can have the times of the items to be cooked while tailgating. Every thing has been just about the same as my larger unit, it just heats up and cools down a little faster. I should receive the power inverter within a week or so so I can test battery usage. If I am able to add to this review after that test I will post it. But overall I am very satisfied with this unit, I have seen other reviews that say it runs hot but I have not had this problem it pretty much runs at the set temp definitely less of a swing that I see on my home unit.
 
 
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Q. PTG grill. Where does the grease drain to. Is there a catch pan? I have the pro 22 and it is equip with the catch bucket.
Daryle
Ville Platte, Louisiana
A. There is a small bucket that hangs on the back of the grill. Just like larger Traegers.
Answered on Feb 07, 2018
Brandon
Answered on Feb 07, 2018
Q. How many watts does fan for the portable model use?
Holllyy
West liin, Oregon
A. Our grills pull about 300 watts on startup, and drops down to under 100 watts after the heating element turns off.
Answered on Jan 04, 2018
Brandon
Answered on Jan 04, 2018
Q. Where can you buy the stands for the PTG grill?
K Wynn
nampa, Idaho
A. We do not currently have any stands for the PTG.
Answered on Jan 04, 2018
Brandon
Answered on Jan 04, 2018
Q. What is the hopper capacity and how long will it run, roughly, (assume 400 degree cooking temp and 60 degrees ambient?)
D
Bugtussle, Tennessee
A. The Hopper capacity on the PTG+ is 5 lbs. Pellet consumption on the PTG should be about a 1/2 lb per hour on smoke and 2 lbs per hour on high. You should be able to get anywhere from 2 to 10 hours depending on temperature setting.
Answered on Nov 30, 2017
Brandon
Answered on Nov 30, 2017
Q. I cannot find serial number to register my grill. I bought it open box at Costco. Can you tell me where it's located?
Sally Johnson
Scottsdale , Arizona
A. The serial number is usually on a sticker under the hopper burner lid. You can give us a call at 1800 TRAEGER and we can help you register your grill.
Answered on Aug 18, 2017
Brandon
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