Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens (cont'd)

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PlaceholderVery large black charcoal grill with a big crank on the right side that raises and lowers the cooking grate.
The Stahlkammer 2000 is as solid and beautiful as the smaller Braten 1000. It has almost 8 square feet of cooking space, but it lacks the offset firebox of the Braten. To cook indirect you can build a fire and push it all against one side and get a similar effect. These are not kept in stock and are built to order. These big Engelbrecht cookers have some unusual, nifty features. Chief... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge upright cabinet smoker with latches on the closed door. A big black box with a shiny steel control panel is attached to the left side.
Fast Eddy's by Cookshack FEC100 is the smoker that competition teams dream about when they are sleeping in a tent next to their smoker so they can get up at 3 a.m. and shovel in more coal. It is the smallest in the Fast Eddy line. With the digital controller, FEC users can preset the cooking time and temp, the holding temp for when it is done cooking, and let the smoker do the rest.... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny stainless steel pellet smoker with lid up. A wood pellet hopper on the left has the lid up and there is a chimney on the right.
  In the beginning pellet cookers were used mostly as smokers because they didn't really have high temperature grilling ability. After more than a decade of design revisions, most pellet burners still cannot do both well. Introduced in 2010, the Fast Eddy's by Cookshack PG1000 takes an innovative approach to being both a low and slow smoker and a fast cooking grill. The PG1000 is a... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny stainless steel pellet smoker with two doors inside the smokebox hood. A wood pellet hopper on the left has a colorful control panel and there is a shelf on the right.
In the beginning pellet cookers were used mostly as smokers because they didn't really have high temperature grilling ability. After more than a decade of design revisions, most of the pellet burners still cannot do both well. Introduced in 2010, the Fast Eddy's by Cookshack PG1000 took an innovative approach to being both a low and slow smoker and a fast cooking grill. Now Cookshack... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny rectangular gas grill with a large crank wheel in the front.
The Ferno Freestanding Grill is one of the more unique gassers we've encountered for many reasons. Foremost is Ferno's large, eye-popping "Firewheel" which raises and lowers the three, 18 gauge, 304 stainless steel, 12,000 BTU burners. We've seen adjustable height charcoal trays, but never adjustable height gas burners. Ferno's ability to quickly change the distance between food and... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny stainless steel gas grill with shelves on both sides.
The A540 has stainless steel cooking grates that are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the three cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame throughout the firebox. One owner likened the intensity to "a sea of fire". Access to burners is easy for... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny stainless steel gas grill mounted on a thin post with shelves on both sides
The A430 is the smallest grill Fire Magic makes. It is offered as a drop-in or mounted on a cart or pedestal. A430 has stainless steel cooking grates that are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the two cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny stainless steel gas grill with shelves on both sides
The A530 has stainless steel cooking grates that are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the two cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame throughout the firebox. One owner likened the intensity to "a sea of fire". Access to burners is easy for... Read More
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PlaceholderShiny stainless steel gas grill with shelves on both sides
The A660 has stainless steel cooking grates that are thick and heavy. 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids blanket the burners for even heat distribution and the three cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more like an H, are super heavy duty and designed to spread flame throughout the firebox. One owner likened the intensity to "a sea of fire". Access to burners is easy for... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge stainless steel double grill. One side is a gas and the other is a charcoal grill.
The A830 is a combo gas and charcoal side by side grill with thick, heavy 304 stainless steel grates. It consists of an A430, the smallest Aurora gas 2-burner, on one side and a matching charcoal grill on the other. The A430 gas side has 16 gauge stainless steel flavor grids that blanket the burners for even heat distribution and two cast stainless steel E-burners, actually shaped more... Read More

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