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Bradley Digital 4-Rack Smoker

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4-Rack Digital Electric Smoker
  • Outdoor barbecue smoker with full digital control for temperature, time, and smoke
  • 4 cooking racks for meat, chicken, pork, fish, and more
  • Provides 8 hours of controlled cool smoke; controllable up to 320 degrees F
  • Perfect for entertaining and creating gourmet foods in your own home
  • Measures 17 by 14 by 31 inches; 24 inches wide when genertor is attached

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Power Source Electric Electric Electric Electric
Material Polished Stainless Steel Steel Polished Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Color Silver Black Gray Silver
Length 14 inches 20 inches 11.5 inches 11.5 inches
Height 31 inches 33.5 inches 25.5 inches 33 inches
Width 14 inches 17 inches 15 inches 15 inches
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Product Details

Size: 4-Rack Digital Electric Smoker
See the owners manual for this smoker [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 14 x 31 inches ; 43 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 60 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000FJZ150
  • Item model number: BTDS76P
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,450 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Size: 4-Rack Digital Electric Smoker

The Bradley 4-rack Digital Smoker includes all the features of the Original Bradley Smoker, along with the benefits of digital technology. Temperature, time, and smoke are now completely controllable so you can decide how much smoke you want, how long your food is going to be smoked for, and at what temperature. Perfect for entertaining, creating gourmet foods in your own home, or just enjoying the flavor that smoking brings, the new Bradley Digital Smokers offer an easier and better way to automatically roast, smoke and barbecue in the outdoors. The exterior is Powder Epoxy Steel and the interior is Polished Stainless Steel Internal Cooking Vol : 2288 cu in Internal Heater: 500 watt cooking element / 125 watt smoking element Power: - 110 V 50 - 60 Hz , - 5.5 Amps (240 Volt Model coming mid 2006) ETL & CE Listed Max Temperature: Controllable up to 320F. Min Temp: subject to ambient Digital Controls : Temperature, Time, Smoke


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Customer Reviews

Works great, easy to use.
F. Baldwin
Highly recommend this smoker to anyone who likes to smoke meat.
Sharon Doyle
The heating element has failed.
BrianD

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

244 of 248 people found the following review helpful By C. T. Vanderdecken on November 27, 2007
Size Name: 4-Rack Digital Electric Smoker
It looks like a very small refrigerator.
Every piece of sheet metal is sanded on the edges, no cuts from sharp edges.
Easy to put together, no more difficult than putting together a refrigerator.
Quiet as a refrigerator too.

Read the instructions and season it first as directed.

You will need extra wood pellets. It does not come with any in the box, so order some extras. Each pellet lasts about 20 minutes.Bradley Apple Bisquettes 48 pack
NOTE: you have to put at least 4 pellets in the stacker to get it to burn 1 pellet. Just the way it works. I put in two pellets and nothing smoked. It needs 4 pellets to push the pellets along the tray to the burner. Not a problem, just try to remember that 3 of the pellets won't burn.

So, if you want to cook for 4 hours you need: 3 pellets per hours x 4 hours = 12 pellets + 3 pellets to get them to burn plate = 15 pellets.

I tested a Butterball Turkey Breast first. I followed the Bradley instructions in their cookbook Bradley Recipe Book Volume 1 for the turkey cooking temperatures. I used their glaze recipe under the skin. I also used a wireless remote meat thermometer Oregon Scientific AW131 Grill Right Wireless Talking BBQ/Oven Thermometer feed the probe wire through the roof vent of the smoker. I used the apple pellets from
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141 of 151 people found the following review helpful By BrianD on March 25, 2011
Size Name: 4-Rack Digital Electric Smoker
This is a very slick little unit with a digital temperature control and automatic smoke generator, using a wood chip biscuit feeder. Technically it should be hands off. More on that later.

It is made in the Orient and resembles one of those small inexpensive refrigerators complete with plastic trim. The interior is lined with very thin gauge Stainless Steel, and has 4 thin gauge racks. It is fairly light weight especially without the smoke generator attached. Assembly was fairly straight forward and is easy to move around.

The smoke generator uses lightly packed disks consisting of small wood chips. These are distributed by Bradley in various wood types. The smoke generator heats them individually on a small plate until they smoke. After 20 minutes another is indexed into place, pushing the used up bisquette as a blackened disk into a water tray, just short of rendering it to ashes. A tubular magazine holds enough bisquettes to last for many many hours.

The main issue I have with it is it's very poor temperature control. The key to smoking meat is to keep the temperature low and slow. This unit struggles with that, deviating considerably from the set temperature, specifically going higher. There is a 500W heating element in the smoke tower that comes on once the thermostat drops 10 degrees below the set temperature. The actual temperature in the smoke tower rises rapidly once the heater comes on but the thermostat lags way behind, allowing the actual temperature to rise well above what is desired. The temperature could be some 40 degrees or more above the thermostat reads. This is an especially serious problem if you are using a sugar based rub, because it will start to burn above 240 to 250F.
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74 of 80 people found the following review helpful By JH on January 3, 2009
Size Name: 4-Rack Digital Electric Smoker
I've owned the OBS for about a momth now and have smoked all kinds of meat. It's so simple and easy that I know I will be using it far more frequently than a standard smoker just because it's easy. I'm able to run it on my deck without worry of torching the house since it cooks with electric element.
One of the cons of this product as I was researching it is that you have to buy Bradley's wood chips (biscuits) to use in the feeder mechanism and the cost associated with that. I don't see that as a problem at all since you'd be spending money for charcoal and or standard wood chips anyway. True that running this unit would be a bit more expensive than another electric smoker. But, it's well worth the additional operating cost to be able to run an overnight smoke without having to get up in the middle of the night several times to add wood for smoke or stoke a fire.
One last thing....if you're comparing the Original Bradley to the Digital Bradley; buy the Original and purchase the Auber digital PID with it instead of buying the Digital Bradley. The Auber digital component is a plug and play digital temp control unit that is much more accurate than what is provided with the Digital Bradley. I find on the Bradley forum that many who bought the Digital Bradley end up purchasing the Auber PID to override the standard Bradley digital component anyway.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Snapdragon on May 27, 2013
Size Name: 4-Rack Digital Electric Smoker
Are you one of those BBQ Pit Master Gods? You know, the ones that OBSESS over the perfection of getting your meat to be totally perfect? You dream of winning BBQ competitions, and you read and research for hours on how to make your ribs, brisket, chicken, etc., perfect? Yes?

THIS SMOKER IS NOT FOR YOU. Go waste your time with charcoal, chip boxes, etc.

This smoker is for lazy people LIKE ME who have better things to do, like spending time talking to your cookout guests, playing in the pool, and drinking another beer. It's basically (to borrow an infomercial phrase) "set it, and forget it". You don't have to obsess over your BBQ to be successful with this smoker.

Want to make ribs? Set smoker for 220 F, rub ribs, put them on the trays, insert into smoker when temp is ready, smoke for 2 hours, take ribs out, wrap in foil, cook for 2 more hours, and enjoy. You DON'T need to open the door, you DON'T need to add anything, and you DON'T need to adjust the temp. Let the smoker do the work, and enjoy your beer. I see some negative reviews on this smoker, and they all seem to be from people who are basically "busy bodies" and don't follow the KISS method - Keep it simple, stupid. Put the meat in, and don't mess with it. I've also seen people complain that the temp drops when they open the door. WHY THE HELL ARE YOU OPENING THE DOOR? The ONLY REASON to open the door is to remove meat or put it back in, after a foil wrap. If you're removing meat to wrap in foil, the smoker will be back up to temp by the time you return. Any smoker or grill looses heat when you open the door/lid. You should have a temp probe with alarm if you're concerned about meat temp.

I've smoked countless racks of ribs, several briskets, a whole chicken, and chicken wings in this smoker.
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