Green Mountain Grills Daniel Boone Prime Plus Pellet Grill – WiFi


NOW IN STOCK.  Green Mountain Grills built their new line of Prime grills even smarter and stronger. The 12V direct power design provides better temp control, greater pellet fuel economy and faster startups!

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Green Mountain Grills built their new line of Prime grills even smarter and stronger. The 12V direct power design provides better temp control, greater pellet fuel economy and faster startups! With micro-adjustment capability in the variable-speed fan and auger motor, you can maintain more consistent grill temps. With the grill and pellet view windows you can keep an eye on your food without letting your smoke escape and monitor your pellet supply. With a 13.5” peaked lid and 458 sq. in. of grill space you can cook anything from 7 racks of ribs to a standup turkey and monitor multiple food temps with dual meat probes.

Control and monitor your grill from your couch or on-the-go with GMG Smart Control. Adjust your smoke and grill temp from 150°F to 550°F with 5° increment control. Adjust and monitor your food temp from your phone with the GMG App. Grill smarter, eat better!

Kick your taste buds into a new dimension!

Additional information

Fuel Type






Made In USA

On Wheels

Hopper Capacity

18 lbs

Hopper Window



14 Gauge Steel

Temperature Range


Bottom Shelf


Side Shelves


Front Shelf


Side Burner


Total Grilling Area


Cooking Grid Material

Grilling Options

Direct, Indirect

WI-FI Enabled


Food Temperature Probe


Food Window

Upper Rack

Optional Accessory, Yes

Pellet Dump


Ash Clean Out


Why Cook With A Green Mountain Pellet Grill?

In today’s environment of high technology, it just makes sense to use a computer-controlled barbecue. This makes your job easier, since you will not need to tend coals or monitor the fuel level in your propane tank. And you can depend on a constant temperature – whatever you set from 150°-500° – an essential secret to any culinary success.

But Why Pellets?

Pellets impart true wood flavor to your food. This is not a heavy, acrid, smoky taste, but one which derives from guaiacol (gweye-a-kol), the flavor molecules which get released when you burn the lignin present in all wood. Manufacturers produce charcoal briquettes by burning wood into “char” (thus its name), which burns up all the flavor molecules. So briquettes have no natural flavor. Like propane or natural gas, they just provide a heat source. And briquettes contain Borax and limestone and usually get lit with a volatile organic compound. Pellet are all natural – ours contain no additives whatsoever.

What Do GMG Pellets Contain And How Are They Made?

GMG pellets contain only clean, kiln-dried sawdust which never touches the floor. We force sawdust through a die at high temperature and pressure. This melts the lignin in the wood. Lignin is the substance which holds a tree together, and as it exits the die, it cools and holds our pellets together as well.

How Does a GMG Pellet Grill Work?

An auger feeds pellets to a firebox where a hot rod (igniter) automatically lights them on fire. A sensor inside the cooking cavity reads the temperature ten times every second and sends this information to the on-board computer. The controller uses this data to adjust air and pellet flow to maintain the temperature you set.

What Foods Can You Cook On A Pellet Grill?

A Green Mountain pellet grill allows you to cook a huge variety of foods: meats, poultry, fish, vegetables, pizza (especially pizza!), casseroles, bread, even chocolate chip cookies.

How Long Will A Pellet Grill Last?

The Green Mountain pellet grills are design to last for years with proper care.

Will Food Burn On A Pellet Grill?

Food usually does not burn on a pellet grill because it cooks with convection rather than direct flame.

Product Documents

Owner’s Manual

WiFi App Manual

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