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

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PlaceholderBlack upright cabinet on four wheels with a large electric control panel on top.
A unique feature of the Pro Smoker 'N Roaster PK100P is its wide temperature range. Pro Smoker claims it can cook at a lower temp than most other electrics, starting at 60°F, low enough for smoking cheese without melting it and for smoking sausage without cooking it. It can heat up to 250°F: high enough for cooking the classic BBQ smoked meats like ribs and brisket. The PK100P has a... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge shiny steel upright cabinet on a black metal frame with four wheels. A shiny matching box with electric control panel is attached on the left side. A large oval plate at the top reads "Pro Smoker".
The 100SS Pellet Smoker is similar in design and function to some other popular BBQ pellet smokers. Joe Hanni, VP of Pro Smoker, says the 100SS was created to fill a void in their product line for food service and address a need for on-site catering. Hanni points out the large 45 x 26" base on four heavy duty casters is designed for easy transport. Temperature range is 180 to 400... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack horizontal pellet smoker on four legs with four wheels.
Mid-size pellet smoker comparable to Traeger's Texas model with the same Ortech style digital controller that is a dial with notched temperature settings. Royall has heavy 14 gauge steel construction and locates the chimney in the middle at the back of the smokebox. They offer custom colors and stainless steel options. Our posted MSRP is for the standard black powder coating. Very... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack upright cabinet with four large wheels and a black box attached to the left side.
A large pellet smoker with an old fashioned Ortech style digital controller with notched cooking temperature settings. This BBQ cabinet smoker with electronics and 20 lb. pellet hopper on the side is made of 14 gauge steel and comes with four 19" x 22" shelves. Royall claims the 5000 burns 2.35 lbs. of pellets/hour, but doesn't specify at what temp. They offer custom colors and... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack kamado on a patio with trees and shrubbery in the background. Cooking tools hang from shelves on each side.
The 18" cooking grate gives you 254 square inches of cooking area with the grate set down into the belly of the beast, and you can add another grate increasing the cooking area to 460 square inches. The lower air intake is a sliding door that gives you very good control but removing ash through it is tricky because the opening is small and the floor of the inside is slightly below the... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack horizontal pellet smoker mounted on four legs with four wheels. A black box with electric control panel is attached on the left.
Mid-size pellet smoker with cooking capacity comparable to Traeger's Texas model. Smokin Brothers uses the same Ortech style digital controller  as Traeger's Texas; a dial with notched temperature settings. Smokin Brothers has heavier wheels and casters than Traeger, includes a warming rack and locates the chimney in the middle at the back of the BBQ smokebox. Very limited distribution.
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PlaceholderBlack pellet smoker with a high peaked hood mounted on four legs with four wheels. A black box with electronic controls is attached to the left side.
SweetHome Pellet Grill's SH450 is the smallest of their two smokers. The pellet hopper is on the left and the top doubles as a prep shelf, and there is a small shelf on the right. Each size has three configs, one that is all black, one with stainless shelves, and one with stainless shelves and hood. Our posted price is the basic black model. The stainless models top out at about $150... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack pellet smoker with a high peaked hood mounted on four legs with four wheels. A black box with electronic controls is attached to the left side.
SweetHome Pellet Grill's SH650 is the biggest of their two smokers. The pellet hopper is on the left and the top doubles as a prep shelf, and there is a small shelf on the right. Each size has three configs, one that is all black, one with stainless shelves, and one with stainless shelves and hood. Our posted price is the basic black model. The stainless models top out at about $150... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack horizontal barrel smoker mounted on four legs with two large wheels and a lower storage shelf. A chimney is attached to the left side and a smaller barrel is attached to the right side.
Texas Original Pits Luling Offset Smoker 20" x 32" x 18" is their most popular model. Yes it looks like those cheap offsets sold in big box stores, but this is the real deal: a classic, no-frills, 1/4" thick steel Texas BBQ Pit named after the Luling Oil Field northwest of Luling, TX. It is available in smaller and larger sizes. All grates are expanded metal. The 20" x 18" firebox has a... Read More
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PlaceholderGray upright cabinet mounted on four legs with four wheels and a lower storage shelf. Two doors are swung out to the left. A lid is swung open on top. A shiny steel shelf on the right has a small electric gizmo with a wire plugged into the cabinet.
The Grill Tender is a computer controlled cooker that regulates user set cooking temps by mechanically opening and closing vents. We've seen only a few motorized vent control designs. One wonders how these Rube Goldburgesque solutions stack up against popular air controllers like BBQ Guru. The cook box is divided into two sections: an indirect grate slides into the middle with a drip/... Read More

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