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

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PlaceholderBlack pellet smoker with lid up mounted on four legs with four wheels and a lower shelf. A box is attached on the left and a chimney is located on the right.
It appears this model is discontinued. The Tailgater Grill pellet smoker by Blaz'n Grill Works their smallest model. The basic design is typical of many pellet smokers, but Blaz'n Grill offers a few unique features. Foremost is the easy clean burn pot which allows you to bypasses the task of lifting the greasy grates and drip pan to clean out ash. Simply slide out the burn pot with a... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack cube with two front doors latched shut with shiny steel latches. A triangular plate on top reads "Onyx Oven".
THE ONYX OVEN IS DISCONTINUED AND HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A SIMILAR CHARCOAL CABINET SMOKER CALLED SHOTGUN BBQ SMOKER. This cabinet style BBQ smoker looks good on paper, but we never laid hands on one. It is double walled with insulation in between (like a refrigerator), very lightweight (only 83 pounds), and it looks to have heavy hinges, heavy latches, air tight doors. It can low and... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge shiny steel gas grill on a matching pedestal with shelves attached to each side.
VIDALIA IS OUT OF BUSINESS. The Vidalia 628 is their mid-size cooker: unlike any other on the market. The unique design has two 20,000 BTU burners on the left direct side and a large water pan on the right indirect side. Air gets pulled in from the left by the gas flames, convection heat naturally moves upward and is deflected back down from the hood where it exits out the right exhaust... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge shiny steel cabinet smoker on a beautifully decorated patio. It is mounted on four black metal legs with wheels and the single from door is latched shut.
VIKING HAS DISCONTINUED PRODUCTION OF ALL GRAVITY FEED SMOKERS. The Viking 30" Gravity Feed Charcoal Smoker is the smaller of two smokers. Viking is known for shiny stainless steel high end pro-sumer grade cooking equipment. This 30" cabinet style smoker has 6.7 cubic feet of cooking capacity on three removable shelves. A charcoal fire is started at the bottom of the smoker and it is... Read More

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