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Masterbuilt M7P 7-in-1 Smoker and Grill with Pan and Basket Set
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- Smoker and grill with 10-1/2-quart aluminum pot and basket
- Uses propane or charcoal; can also boil/steam, camp cook, and deep-fry
- Porcelain flame disk bowl; solid-steel 19-inch LP gas-cooker stand
- Cast-iron burner; temperature gauge; cool-touch handles for safety
- Measures approximately 18 by 18 by 26-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Package Quantity: 1 | Style Name: Smoker
From the Manufacturer
- Propane smoking
- Propane grilling
- Charcoal smoking
- Charcoal grilling
- Deep frying
The powerful solid-steel cooker connects quickly without tools and--with the provided pot and basket--makes it easy to deep fry or boil.
Masterbuilt M7P 7-in-1 smoker and grill with pan and basket set
One-Stop Shop for Outdoor Cooking
Smoking and Grilling
The most unique feature of the 7-in-1 is its versatility. The patented flame disk bowl allows you to alternate between propane and charcoal grilling. Can't decide on a ham or turkey for the holidays? The 7-in-1 is dual level, so you can smoke both at the same time. The cooking space provides more than enough room to cook for a large family gathering, camping trip, or picnic.
The 7-in-1 can also be used as a wet or dry smoker to suit your BBQ preference. You can also add juice, vinegar, or your favorite beverage to the water bowl for added flavor. And the grill lets you cook at different temperatures at the same time, with porcelain-coated cooking racks that allow high-temperature grilling for steaks and burgers and indirect grilling for foil-wrapped potatoes and corn on the cob.
Comes with Cookware
As an added touch, the 7-in-1 comes with a 10-quart pot and basket. The pot/basket lets you deep fry a quick batch of hot wings and fries or fire up a seafood boil. Whatever food you want to cook, the 7-in-1 will meet your outdoor cooking needs. Other features include heat-resistant handles, a hands-free lid holder, and a patented drip-free design.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Brinkman - Single not multi-tiered. Harder to work in lower chamber unless you're very tall. Priced over (...)
2. Weber - Way over priced, period. Only had charcoal option not duel; charcoal and/or propane. Height to low.
3. Shop the inet. You can find an M7P for under (...).
I can control the heat better with propane rather than charcoal as I like a cooler smoke under 125 degrees. I bought the M7P strictly for smoking as I have a gas BBQ grill. The M7P water pan could be used as a drip bowl if you do.
Kit included an aluminum pot and mesh basket, I suppose for crab/lobster boils.
* Xlnt packaging as every square inch was utilized. Amazed how small a box the M7P arrived in. No waste. Go green.
* Nice finish. Over time we'll see if the shine holds. Wish it came in a primer (dull) black instead.
* Every piece was wrapped well.
* All nuts, bolts, and screws plainly labeled.
* Easy to follow assembly instructions.
* Smokes extremely well. I use the water pan as a heat blocker to cool the smoke down.
* King salmon, beef brisket and pork butt come out lip smackin' to die for dee-lishous.
* Breaks down easily so multi-usage becomes a reality. Just lift the sections up and away. That's it.
* Handles remain cool after 5 hours of smoking. BIG thumbs up!
* NO smoke leakage, it all inside the unit.
* Looking for a another burner. The flame range is medium to high. When set low it tends to choke.Read more ›
The M7P scores high on all of these criteria, except for a couple of minor shortcomings.
Super good packing, easy assembly.
Good construction, bearing in mind you're not getting heavy steel body and porcelain grids at this price.
Easy to use (but see the not-so-good news below).
Excellent range of temperatures.
Can cook with charcoal or gas.
If using charcoal, can start it with gas (BIG convenience!)
Extras (fryer/steamer pan with basket)
Can't add water through front access (but you won't need to on must smoking jobs).
No igniter (but using a 99-cent butane stick lighter is easy).
Burner control is on the regulator at the propane tank end of the hose -- an inconvenience.
Masterbuilt cover not available -- have to get an aftermarket one.
Summary: Great value and versatility for the price. Pleases this seasoned veteran :-)
One BIG learning -
If you turn on the propane to quickly it triggers something in the pressure regulator and it will severely limit the heat. You will not be able to get it to the right temperature.
I saw this fix online and it worked like a champ:
1. Shut off gas at propane tank
2. Open the pressure regulator all the way.
3. Disconnect the hose from the propane tank.
4. Reconnect to propane tank - leave the pressure regulator wide open.
5. SLOWLY turn on the propane tank while lighting the burner.
Once you do this you can completely adjust the flame.
1. Get a new thermometer. The stock one blows, as it typical of ALL grills, smokers, etc. The oil thermometer is pretty accurate though and can be placed in the top vent to give a read on the top rack. If you got the scratch get a dual probe oven/meat thermometer. If you want to save some money, get a River Country thermometer, and it serves as a good back up if the batteries in your digital dies. They are relatively cheap and accurate. I have the 3 inch one and can read it from about 20 feet away. I drilled the 13/16's hole (used a 7/8's step bit) about 1/2 way down the middle chamber. I use a decently priced leave-in meat thermometer.
2. Line the chip tray with foil, and pack the slits with foil. The slits can cause flair ups, saves clean on up, and will help preserve the tray..
3. Wrap the water pan in large foil, it saves on clean up.
4. Move the water bowl on top of the bottom rack. This will increase the space you have to put chips or chunks in the wood tray.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
desperately needed a multi use bbq for my camper trailer. wanted to like it, cant get it to work well for cooking anything. Even just the slightest breeze blow the thing out. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Chris Pratt
Works great, I need some practice but food tasted great and grill did tooPublished 16 days ago by Karla Garrett
I know you get what you pay for, but this is very thin. It is thin enough to where the lids no longer close like they should. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dan
We have had it for a couple of days now and have smoked something in it every day. food came out good, nothing exploded. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alex White
The smoker is one of the worst I've ever used. Has an opening for a wood but you can't add more because it leaves you a half inch of space to try and get it in. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mare
I had this smoker for 14 years and still working great. Just remember to buy a cover and you will have it for years. Will buy another when this one gives out. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Micheal Britt
Buy it it's easy to use and easy to clean. I've used it dozens of times this year to smoke chicken and pork butt. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RC