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Masterbuilt Gravity Series 1050 XL Digital Charcoal Grill + Smoker EXPIRED

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Features:
  • Reaches 225°F in 10 minutes or 700°F in 15-minutes
  • Control temperature and cook time with the digital control panel or with smart device control using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
  • DigitalFan for precise temperature control
  • GravityFed hopper holds 10 lbs. of lump charcoal or 16 lbs. of briquettes for up to 8 hours of use
  • Convenient fold out cord storage in back of side shelf to prevent loss or damage to the power supply
  • Folding stainless steel shelf and stainless steel side shelf for extra preparation space
  • Built-in temperature gauge and meat probe thermometer for perfect results every time
  • Includes reversible smoke plus sear cast-iron grates for low and slow smoking or high heat se

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Masterbuilt Gravity Series 1050 XL Digital Charcoal Grill + Smoker currently $697 @ amazon.com Usually $799

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I have this. On the one hand the concept is great as is the execution. You do truly get a self regulating charcoal burning grill that can double as a smoker or get up to 700 degrees to sear stuff.

On the other hand, when building it, the quality of the components is very evident that this won't last forever as metal is very thin & will certainly rust out sooner than you'd like.
Check out the Char-Griller 980 at the same price (edit: actually Char-Griller is $100 less). Better built and has some improvements learned from letting Masterbuilt go first. Better fire box (fire bricks instead of metal), porcelain coated parts, better manifold, better grease trap design and generally thicker steel as well.
Not trying to threadcrap, honest question- isn't masterbuilt one of those brands that's basically disposable after a few years (rusts out, etc). Even at a discount, I'm hesitant to pay Weber/traeger prices if it's not built to last.

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Been wanting one of these, but the Char Griller 980 looks nice too.
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This is a great grill. I have one and love it!
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Not trying to threadcrap, honest question- isn't masterbuilt one of those brands that's basically disposable after a few years (rusts out, etc). Even at a discount, I'm hesitant to pay Weber/traeger prices if it's not built to last.
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Same price at Walmart if anyone is interested in picking one up instead of having it shipped.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Masterb...709714978?
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Quote from geezeefosheezee :
Not trying to threadcrap, honest question- isn't masterbuilt one of those brands that's basically disposable after a few years (rusts our, etc). Even at a discount, I'm hesitant to pay Weber/traeger prices if it's not built to last.
I don't have much experience with past Masterbuilt products, but I own one and it seems pretty well built.
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Also not trying to TC.... any decent gas grill deals?
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Always wanted to try one of these, but the price is too steep for all the issues I hear about these guys.... I will stick with my pellet grills for now.
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I have this. On the one hand the concept is great as is the execution. You do truly get a self regulating charcoal burning grill that can double as a smoker or get up to 700 degrees to sear stuff.

On the other hand, when building it, the quality of the components is very evident that this won't last forever as metal is very thin & will certainly rust out sooner than you'd like.
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Great price... I'd buy but I already own the smaller 560 version
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Quote from geezeefosheezee :
Not trying to threadcrap, honest question- isn't masterbuilt one of those brands that's basically disposable after a few years (rusts out, etc). Even at a discount, I'm hesitant to pay Weber/traeger prices if it's not built to last.
Well Webber or traeger are typically more money than Masterbult. I have had 2, 30" and 40" electric smokers. After about 3-4 years the 30" died and I thought I could fix it with parts (pretty good part support). I couldn't, called them up and they gave me a great discount on a 40" shipped to my door. I have had this one for 4 years now, I just had to replace the controller because I moved to a new place and it wasn't under an over hang and it got water logged. $60 later, new controller and now I have Bluetooth support too. Keep a cover on thier stuff, I find that it helps and also keep it out of rain storms if you can and it will last for a good bit. I still recommend them for people getting into smoking, good entry point and you can make some killer food with it. Once it does die, decide if you want to go to something nicer or not.
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Great price... I'd buy but I already own the smaller 560 version
I also have the 560 model and I love it. It's the ease of a pellet smoker, but uses actual hardwood coals, and it can easily hit 700 degrees. If you're on the fence about getting one of the Masterbuilt Gravity smokers, do it. Also get a cover for it.
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Check out the Char-Griller 980 at the same price (edit: actually Char-Griller is $100 less). Better built and has some improvements learned from letting Masterbuilt go first. Better fire box (fire bricks instead of metal), porcelain coated parts, better manifold, better grease trap design and generally thicker steel as well.
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I have this. On the one hand the concept is great as is the execution. You do truly get a self regulating charcoal burning grill that can double as a smoker or get up to 700 degrees to sear stuff.

On the other hand, when building it, the quality of the components is very evident that this won't last forever as metal is very thin & will certainly rust out sooner than you'd like.
You nailed it. Great grill, but probably won't last. Still worth buying. You'll get enough cooks out of it.
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