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Bradley Smoker Original 4-Rack Smoker $197.59 + FS W Prime @ Amazon Also [amazon.com]

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  • Stainless Steel Interior
  • Comes with 4 removable racks and our simple to use temperature controls, which provide a consistent and controlled smoke and temperature
  • Can be used as a slow cooker or a slow roasting oven
  • Maximum Temperature 250-DegreeF
  • Minimum Temperature Ambient

4.1/5 Stars from 231 Amazon Customer Reviews
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#3
That's actually pretty cool with the automatic feeder.

CCC says slick!


Last 5 price changes

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May 18, 2016 12:25 PM $197.59
Apr 18, 2016 07:54 PM $246.87
Apr 17, 2016 05:23 PM $247.56
Apr 14, 2016 07:12 PM $252.99
Apr 14, 2016 01:08 AM $246.87
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#4
bought one used for 120 from someone. it's awesome. bisquettes suck price wise compared to wood chips but just buy in bulk...pay like 28c each and use like 6-12 per smoke

pretty good deal
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#5
FYI, it is the same price at Walmart.
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#6
here is the linky for walmart:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Bradley...r/23236058

$197.59 free shipping/pickup -

Good find OP
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#7
In-law has one, used it a handful of time. Verdict was that it's good only under perfect condition but unable to keep temperature consistent on windy or cold days. They ended up buying another smoker that uses propane.
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Quote from Jas6681 View Post :
In-law has one, used it a handful of time. Verdict was that it's good only under perfect condition but unable to keep temperature consistent on windy or cold days. They ended up buying another smoker that uses propane.
I use mine 4 seasons with no temperature control issues (5-10 times per year for 7 years). As built, this model has some hot spots around the heating element which can be mitigated to some extent by covering with heavy duty foil and/or installing a fan. Cost to burn the bisquettes is ~$1/hour. I think the main competitor to this smoker is the masterbuilt MES30.

This is a good deal. Same price that I paid in 2009.
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#9
I've been looking to get a smoker. But I'm curious - why would anyone opt for the OP's over, say, this one that has a significantly higher rating, gets to a higher heat, etc. Again, I'm new to this, but the one I'm linking below looks pretty superior, no?

http://www.amazon.com/Masterbuilt...oker+grill
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Quote from btcharpied View Post :
I've been looking to get a smoker. But I'm curious - why would anyone opt for the OP's over, say, this one that has a significantly higher rating, gets to a higher heat, etc. Again, I'm new to this, but the one I'm linking below looks pretty superior, no?

http://www.amazon.com/Masterbuilt...oker+grill
A big difference between the two is the smoke generating system. The Bradley comes with the mechanical bisquette feeder that you simply fill at the start and walk away. The masterbuilt does not have a good smoke generator as-built and you have to buy an add-on system like a-maze-n pellet smoker that you have to light manually to get continuous smoke for 4-5 hours.
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Quote from btcharpied View Post :
I've been looking to get a smoker. But I'm curious - why would anyone opt for the OP's over, say, this one that has a significantly higher rating, gets to a higher heat, etc. Again, I'm new to this, but the one I'm linking below looks pretty superior, no?

http://www.amazon.com/Masterbuilt...oker+grill
You have to manually add the wood chips to the MES?

I have had the one you linked for a 5 years, the display is a little picky but otherwise has held up great for 50+ smokes.
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Quote from Jas6681 View Post :
In-law has one, used it a handful of time. Verdict was that it's good only under perfect condition but unable to keep temperature consistent on windy or cold days. They ended up buying another smoker that uses propane.
I have a propane smoker...they run too hot for a proper low and slow smoking
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#13
The MES is simple and easy to add wood chips to. No need to open the unit, pull out the wood chip slide, add chips, push in and turn over.
You can catch the MES on sale too every few months or so.
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#14
At this price point, masterbuilt electric smokers are where it's at.
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Quote from bevolt View Post :
I use mine 4 seasons with no temperature control issues (5-10 times per year for 7 years). As built, this model has some hot spots around the heating element which can be mitigated to some extent by covering with heavy duty foil and/or installing a fan. Cost to burn the bisquettes is ~$1/hour. I think the main competitor to this smoker is the masterbuilt MES30.

This is a good deal. Same price that I paid in 2009.

During the colder months in Northern Midwest, this smoker didn't perform well for Thanksgiving or Christmas outside. We didn't know all the tricks to "improve" the performance on this smoker. But for newbie (those who open the box and start using it like myself), this smoker is a "meh".

Good price on the smoker, it is easy to use. if you don't have any extreme weather/condition, this is definitely a buy.
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