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It gets pretty dirty pretty quick. I was keeping up with it, but then eventually gave up.

If you wanted to clean the window on the smoker and keep up with it, I'd say go for the window.

I've gotten to the point that I just monitor temp remotely and open the smoker rarely during use to check on things, so In hindsight I could have managed without the window.
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Any opinions on window vs no window on the master built?
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Any opinions on window vs no window on the master built?
It gets pretty dirty pretty quick. I was keeping up with it, but then eventually gave up.

If you wanted to clean the window on the smoker and keep up with it, I'd say go for the window.

I've gotten to the point that I just monitor temp remotely and open the smoker rarely during use to check on things, so In hindsight I could have managed without the window.
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Any opinions on window vs no window on the master built?
Window is virtually worthless!

After a few smokes, the window becomes obscured and besides, what are you looking at? Can you see if the meat is cooked? Of course not! You open the door and make a temp check or use your wifi thermometer and then open the door.

Besides, you are losing heat through the window..
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Window is virtually worthless!

After a few smokes, the window becomes obscured and besides, what are you looking at? Can you see if the meat is cooked? Of course not! You open the door and make a temp check or use your wifi thermometer and then open the door.

Besides, you are losing heat through the window..
I used a windowed one for a few years before I got my egg. You can clean it with baking soda and water.
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I don't get the propane, I thought that the purpose of a smoker is to get the wood flavor in the meats.
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I don't get the propane, I thought that the purpose of a smoker is to get the wood flavor in the meats.
That's just the fuel source. Smoke comes from an additional wood product.
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I don't get the propane, I thought that the purpose of a smoker is to get the wood flavor in the meats.
Vs the electric element?

They are just the source of heat. Burning the wood chips gives you the smoke, which both do

Imo this is the best deal I've seen on an electric. The 30" version is far too narrow to comfortably smoke ribs and especially whole packer brisket

The 40" version (on sale in this deal) is much wider and fits almost everything with ease

Definitely jump on this if you were considering a master built smoker

also, the window is useful in checking the color / bark of what you're smoking. lots of smokers go by color as an indicator when to wrap their meats (let's not get carried away with jokes here)

that way you don't lose heat by opening and checking on the color, but yeah, sounds like a bitch to clean all the time
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Vs the electric element?

They are just the source of heat. Burning the wood chips gives you the smoke, which both do

Imo this is the best deal I've seen on an electric. The 30" version is far too narrow to comfortably smoke ribs and especially whole packer brisket

The 40" version (on sale in this deal) is much wider and fits almost everything with ease

Definitely jump on this if you were considering a master built smoker

also, the window is useful in checking the color / bark of what you're smoking. lots of smokers go by color as an indicator when to wrap their meats (let's not get carried away with jokes here)

that way you don't lose heat by opening and checking on the color, but yeah, sounds like a bitch to clean all the time
But the 40 inch isn't digital. Is digital a must have feature?
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But the 40 inch isn't digital. Is digital a must have feature?
Absolutely not. Never rely on the digital temp, it's almost always inaccurate. Get yourself a decent quality thermometer, one that has an oven probe and a meat probe.

Maverick brand and redichek (clone) are trusted brands
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Absolutely not. Never rely on the digital temp, it's almost always inaccurate. Get yourself a decent quality thermometer, one that has an oven probe and a meat probe.

Maverick brand and redichek (clone) are trusted brands
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Any opinions on window vs no window on the master built?
They both appear to be Gen 1's. I bought one with a window because it was a gen 2.5 (from Walmart). Everything I've read is that the window is pointless and that Gen 2's are bad. Gen 2.5's are preferred closely followed by Gen 1's.

http://www.smoked-meat.com/forum/...post612118

Good Luck!
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Any opinions on window vs no window on the master built?
Hard to say - window smokes over and is useless in no time. There's a theoretical risk that the window seal will fail. But the window models have thicker doors that seal a tiny bit better.
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