Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens

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PlaceholderThree shiny black charcoal grills. Sizes from left to right are small, medium and large. All have a handle on top and steel legs on the bottom.
If this smoker looks familiar, there is a reason. It is an English/Canadian knockoff of the venerable Weber Smokey Mountain. It comes in two sizes, the Napoleon Apollo AS200K being the smallest. Like the WSM, it is a bullet water smoker, and like the WSM, it is black porcelain coated. Unlike most knockoffs, this unit has a couple of clever design innovations and improvements over the... Read More
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PlaceholderThree shiny black charcoal grills. Sizes from left to right are small, medium and large. All have a handle on top and steel legs on the bottom.
If this promising newcomer looks familiar, there is a reason. It is an English/Canadian knockoff of the venerable Weber Smokey Mountain. It comes in two sizes, the Napoleon Apollo AS300K being the largest. Like the WSM, it is a bullet water smoker, and like the WSM, it is black porcelain coated. Unlike most knockoffs, this unit has a couple of clever design innovations and improvements... Read More

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