Z Grills have been shaking up the pellet grill market ever since they stopped manufacturing grills for Traeger and started selling direct to the public back in 2016.
The 700E is their best selling grill, so I was keen to get my hands on it and put it through its paces.
In this review I’ll go through my experiences cooking on the , what I like and what isn’t so good.
|Cooking Area||694 sq in (504 main rack + 190 top racks)|
|Pellet Hopper Capacity||20 lbs.|
|Temp Range||180°F – 450°F|
|Shelves & Storage||One shelf on pellet hopper plus storage cabinet|
|Temp Probes||Two meat probes|
|Price||Check latest price|
The grill is made out of stainless steel although the insulation appears pretty thin and I noticed plenty of smoke leaking out of the door during start up. This isn’t surprising for a budget smoker and I didn’t notice any problem holding temperature.