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

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PlaceholderCharcoal grill with a black box lower half and shiny steel hood. There is a window in the hood, a shelf in front and on the left side. Under the left side shelf is a hand crank.
The Hasty-Bake Continental 83 Dual Finish Charcoal Grill is a smaller version of the Gourmet model that Meathead tested and declared to be the finest BBQ charcoal grill he ever worked with. To learn more, read his review of the Hasty-Bake Gourmet 256 Dual Finish Charcoal Grill. The Continental has 289 square inches of primary cooking area and an upper grate that adds another 215 square... Read More
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PlaceholderBig black horizontal barrel smoker on a large red trailer with large black wheels, parked on a grass field.
Horizon's 30" Double Door Smoker Trailer has to be good because owner, Roger Davison (below), has one in his backyard. Davison has made high quality 1/4" BBQ pits for decades since he started Oklahoma Joe Smokers. Bigger is better according to Davison. He feels large Horizon offsets distribute and hold heat more evenly than the junior models. This big boy has 2,655 square inches of... Read More
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PlaceholderHunsaker Vortex Smoker
Upright Barrel Smokers, aka Ugly Drum Smokers, have been popular for many years. In the past, most were homemade by do-it-yourselfers from a 55 gallon drum, scrounged up parts and a little elbow grease. Hence the "Ugly" moniker. But Hunsaker offers professionally made cookers that are not your father's Ugly Drum Smoker. In fact, they're downright good-looking. They come in a selection... Read More
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PlaceholderSmall gray and black gas grill with shelves on both sides.
The Huntington Cast 4200 Gas Grill, (aka Broil-Mate 165154 LP Gas Grill), is a throwback to the first BBQ gas grills which began appearing in the early 1960s and are still made by American companies like Modern Home Products. Back then, cast aluminum housings were the norm instead of stainless or coated steel. The aluminum cookbox retains heat and distributes it evenly. Although the... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge black horizontal barrel smoker with tall chimney on the left and large firebox on the right.
Jambo Junior is the smallest BBQ smoker offered by Jambo Pits. With a 24" X 48" barrel, 24" X 24" X 20" firebox and plain black finish, it lacks the size and pizazz of Jambo's big, colorful competition rigs, but shares the same quality construction and thoughtful design features that make Jambo the cooking choice of many award winning competitive teams. This stock model features two... Read More
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PlaceholderBig black horizontal barrel smoker on a large trailer with large wheels. Parked in a driveway with grass and trees in the background.
Jambo Pits Economy Model is their Jambo Junior residential BBQ smoker mounted on a trailer. With a 24" X 48" barrel, 24" X 24" X 20" firebox and plain black finish, it lacks the size and pizazz of Jambo's big, colorful competition rigs, but shares the same quality construction and thoughtful design features that make Jambo the cooking choice of many award winning competitive teams. This... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge black horizontal smoker with a tall chimney on the left. Mounted on a large black trailer with large wheels. Blue sky and green trees in the background.
The J-5 is a competition BBQ pit with a 28" diameter, 5’4” x 26” cooking chamber mounted on a large trailer that can hold extra goodies like optional side boxes. Jambo never uses pre-fabricated pipe. The cooking chamber is made from rolled 7 gauge carbon steel. The 26" x 26" x 30" insulated firebox has a 7 gauge steel exterior and ¼” carbon steel interior. The firebox door is ¼” steel.... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge stainless steel gas grill with lots of control knobs on a big cart with two drawers and two doors. The background is green.
The K1000HS is Kalamazoo's largest model with 1012 square inches of primary cook surface, four immense Dragon Burners and two Infrared Rotisserie Burners. All models were redesigned in 2012 for a sleeker, less industrial look. In keeping with their motto, "Never Compromise", Kalamazoo continues to overbuild with top quality 304, heavy gauge stainless steel. The K1000 weighs over 600... Read More
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PlaceholderKalamazoo K500HS Hybrid Fire Grill
The K500HS is Kalamazoo's smallest model with 506 square inches of primary cook surface, two immense Dragon Burners and one Infrared Rotisserie Burner. All models were redesigned in 2012 for a sleeker, less industrial look. In keeping with their motto, "Never Compromise", Kalamazoo continues to overbuild with top quality 304, heavy gauge stainless steel. The K500 weighs 525 pounds. The... Read More
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PlaceholderRed kamado on a stand with four legs. It has black shelves on both side with BBQ tools hanging.
Kamado Joe Big Joe is a well-crafted ceramic cooker that presents strong competition to other 24" models in the premium priced market. The new BigJoe improves on their previous version with a number of remarkable upgrades that exemplify the elegance and innovation that are hallmarks of Kamado Joe. Read on to get the details. Kamado Joe first caught our attention in 2014 with their... Read More

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