This large charcoal smoker offers enough space to cook all of your meat at one time, providing you with an end product that has a distinct smoky flavor.
-Contains a built-in thermometer to keep food cooking at its optimal temperature
-Has a durable porcelain-enameled steel charcoal chamber
-Comes with six adjustable cooking grates
-May leak smoke
-Has a short one-year warranty
With this electric smoker, you don’t have to worry about keeping fuel on hand.
-Uses a side loading system so that you don’t have to open the door to add wood chips during the cooking process
-Houses a digital panel for selecting the cooking temperature and time
-Has an insulated body to retain heat
-Has a small timer and temperature display
-Has paint on the inside that’s prone to peeling
This 22-inch charcoal smoker has enough space to comfortably fit all of the meat you want to smoke for a small family gathering.
-Has a built-in grommet to feed thermometer wires through
-Can remove the door to easily add large volumes of fuel
-Uses a water pan to add moisture to the smoker’s heat and meat
-Has an analog thermometer instead of a digital one
-Can’t cook for larger gatherings
This pellet cooker can perform eight functions, including grilling, baking, roasting, and smoking.
-Has a large temperature range between 180 and 450 degrees Fahrenheit
-Has two wheels to push it to the optimal location in your yard
-Comes with a waterproof cover
-Has a bulky and heavy build
-Offers only two tiers of cooking space
This vertical propane smoker provides 45 square feet of smoking space for meats and vegetables.
-Houses four removable stainless steel shelves
-Has a seal-tight twist lock
-Can open and close the two doors and vent to control the amount of smoke
-May provide inaccurate temperature readings
-Features a small water pan that restricts the smoker’s flames