New Costco Silverton 810 - $1299

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We Picked one up Last Monday, Still in the car as i can't lift that much right now. We can't wait to try it out as we have been looking at them for years and finally decided to take the plunge, payed 1299.99, received some spices and a cover...... I think we should have got something ells with it but I guess the guy forgot.

Got it at the Redwood City CA. Costco 2-24-2020 grill/smoker show
Thank you so much for these pictures - I could not find the dimensions anywhere!
 

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I have been thinking about purchasing the Ironwood 885, worrying about the cost, wifi and lid issues. So based on recent threads about the Costco Silverton 620 which is a Pro 575 knockoff, I thought I would find a Costco Traeger roadshow and take a look. So what did I find? A Silverton 810, same size as the Ironwood 885 except slightly smaller top shelf. Looks exactly the same as the Silverton 620 with the front and side shelf, except larger. The rep said it is the first one he has seen. He was expecting the Silverton 620 to sell. It has the Ironwood / Timberline D2 controller, 500 degrees and Super Smoke, wifire, D2 direct drive, downdraft exhaust, built in cabinet and pellet sensor. Plus, it has double stainless insulation in the pan and on the lid bottom edge (but not on the sides?). The Traeger rep said it is the equivalent to the Timberline, and comes with a free cover, cookbooks, spices, drip pan liners and pellets. I asked the rep about wifi issues, and he said this is a new 3rd generation wifire without the connection issues (not sure if I buy that statement). So, it looks like I may purchase at Costco for the price. Thoughts???
after having this grill for a few months would you still recommend it?
 

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Yep, they helped me load it in the Jeep and I brought it home. Took all I had to unload the box at home. It’s heavy. Will un-box and setup in the next two days...will post pics
Yeah, it’s stupid how heavy that thing is! What’s your first cook going to be?
 

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Does anyone know what drip tray liners the Silverton 810 uses? Traeger lists one for the Silverton but I think they're for the 620.
I just buy the heavy duty roll of foil from Costco. Its extra thick and its perfect size to cover edge to edge. I put a small strip in the V shaped drip tray at the edge as well.
 

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OK, looks nice, and the fact that it has the Timberline controller is a plus. But if the rep told you it's equivalent to a Timberllne, he's out of his tree. 1) two racks, not three, and not stainless. 2) rectangular configuration, with chopped off front, might give you problems with large items, e.g. a turkey. 3) Wifire is still a disaster, but it is with all their grills. 4) Double insulation throughout really helps keep the heat in, if you live in cold climates, especially. Traeger is "out of stock" on the Timberline 1300. I asked the company rep if that is to fix the w-fi issues before bringing it back, but he was somewhat vague. I have a "Gen 1" Timberline 1300 (AC, not DC guts) and have loved it for 3 years. And up until they "updated" the wi-fi settings that worked well too. Now after a new controller, and HOURS on the phone with customer service, it works most of the time. Problem seems to be a very short range and the need to hook up to only a 2.4 GHz router. If you continue to have problems and your wi-fi settings show a signal strength of less than -45, get a wifi extender and put it 10 feet from the grill.
 

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By the way, now listed on Costco.com for $1349
 

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$1,299 in the store.
for $49, I'd rather have Costo.com deliver. One advantage of ordering from Costo.com is that if you need to return it, they will come an pick it up. If you purchase in store, you have to return it to the store. I just ordered the Silverton 810 from Costco.com. My old (and second) Lousiana Grill (from Costco.com) is going back after multiple issues with it!
 

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