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  1. 2 years ago
    ALL AROUND GREAT GRILL/SMOKER
    Just got mine for Christmas and I have to say I am blown away by its performance and overall build quality!! It is a custom looking setup and its the first I have ever seen like this. Great heat & smoke distribution and lots of cooking space (I can fit about three full briskets in the smoker!). I might make a few minor mods but nothing too major. I would recommend this to anyone looking for an upgrade from the basic smokers on the market without killing the bank account.
  2. 1 year ago
    Best of the Best
    I cook a lot. This is the best backyard smoker I have ever owned. Temperature is easy to regulate. Cooks even and does not require a lot of attention . Well made out of good material Great smoker.
  1. 11 months ago
    Love it!
    Absolutely love this smoker. Assembly was easy, took about 45 minutes. Listened to the suggestions others had on their reviews like using a larger cast iron pan and using wood chunks instead of chips. Glass on the door a plus to monitor the meat. Temperature gauge fairly accurate. Smoker is so simple to use, monitor, and food turns out great!
  2. 11 months ago
    Does what it says
    I got this smoker for Christmas. Looked online at several makes and models of smokers and decided this was the most economical. I have been smoking meat on a Master Forge charcoal grill and, despite reviews complaining of smoke leaking around the lid and poor craftsmanship, I enjoyed smoking indirectly on mine (still have it and use for grilling). The only problem was there wasn't enough room when cooking for a larger crowd, so I was looking for something bigger. My youngest son and I put it ... read more together in a little less than an hour. This included laying out all the parts, reading over all the instructions first (not very manly, I know), and then stopping for some general father/son talk. One thing I noticed on some older reviews was how people turned the unit upside down as a part of the assembly and the doors fell off. I guess they've added Step 1A because it reads, "Remove the doors..." I used a Craftsman cordless drill with the clutch set on 10 and made fairly quick work out of assembly. After assembly, I seasoned the smoker per the intructions. Because of other reviews I had read, I went ahead and bought an oven thermometer. This particular model had a small wood chip tray. Others beng reviewed showed a round chip PAN. This is where some had placed a round skillet to hold wood chunks (one guy suggested lava rock and placing wood chunks on top). All of this was done to combat flare ups. However, with this model, the chip tray didn't flare up. Smoke lasted about 30-40 minutes and I could easily add chips (Get a pair of heat resistant gloves-- much better for doing this). Unless you remove the water pan, I'm not sure there is enough room to put a skillet in order to use wood chunks. There was some smoke leaking around the door, but it really didn't amount to much. The flow of smoke from the bottom through the top vent was extremely sufficient. I've never cooked with gas before -- grill or smoker, so I wasn't real sure what to expect. The outside temp and wind play a much bigger role in this unit than what I was accustomed to on the charcoal grill/smoker. I was able to put up a small piece of plywood to keep wind from blowing directly into bottom vent. Top temperature I got to was 275 with outside temp at 45+/-. This was fine since I only wanted 225 for smoking Boston butts. I cooked ribs a few days prior with a warmer outside temp (65 +/-) and initially ran the cooker up to 350. When assembled, I could get it up to 400 degrees with outside temp of 75. All that said, the temperature was easy to control and it held steady at 225 and 250 depending on what I needed at the time. You can't put meat in this unit, turn on the burners, and walk away. You'll need to check on it for adding wood chips, checking cooking temps, ...etc. There have been reviews upset about having to tend to this. This is not a commercial smoker. It's a metal box with a door, a window, and a propane burner at the bottom. It is not a commercial cooker. If you don't want to spend some time during the cook, you should probably just go buy your bbq and ribs from your local BBQ restaurant. The is a great smoker for the money!
  1. 4 months ago
    Great Pit Smoker
    I purchased this pit online without seeing it in a store, but did my research first. Its a great smoker in this price range. Approximately 200lbs., The fire box is huge and you can maintain high temps in the cooker if need be. I modified mine by making a #9 x 3/4 expanded metal charcoal basket full size of the fire box. It burns charcoal and wood well. Received two cooking grates and a fire box grate (3). This is a much better unit to buy than the standard smokers priced less from other brick ... read more and mortar stores. NOTE: this will fit through a standard 34" entry door if you need to get it to an elevated backyard deck. Had to pull the pins on the door hinges and remove the door. (not a big deal). Also purchased the Over and Under cover, it fits well and is a little oversized. Good quality cover. Buy this pit smoker if you are serious about cooking some good BBQ!
  2. 6 months ago
    Impressive function and flexibility
    I live in Washington state so finding a "real" smoker was a bit problematic so in my research I came upon Academy sports and when I saw the design of this unit I was immediately intrigued enough to order one for delivery. Well it came three weeks ago and has performed beyond my expectations. So far It has perfectly smoked a brisket, baby-backs and a pork butt and with a little help from internet forums on how to make a great rub my wife (who is a born and bred Texan) has pronounced my efforts ... read more as true to the bone Texas style smoked meat. She's happy thus so am I.
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Electric Smokers

Electric meat smokers from Masterbuilt and Cajun Injector can be kept inside and provide precise tools to dial in and get that smoky taste just right. On-board control panels simplify the process of controlling the temperature and the level of smoke, and most electric smokers even have a window so you can keep an eye on the meat without having to open the smoker.

Outdoor Smokers

For a classic flavor, charcoal smokers, propane smokers and water smokers offer an analog alternative to electric smoking, using natural materials to produce a rich, smoky flavor. Kingsford� and Brinkmann models are easy to load are sure to help get the meat to the right level of smokiness and tenderization.

Smoker Grills

Smoker grill hybrids are great for outdoor cooks who like to multitask and who like preparing a variety of different foods. Keep an eye on grill heat with a built-in temperature gauge and cook each piece of food to perfection. Cooking grates in both the smoker and grill help simplify cleanup. When preparing for a big outdoor feast for friends and family, a smoker grill becomes an essential tool for success.