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Meco 5030 Electric Grill and Combination Water Smoker

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  • Interlocking base & body
  • 351 square inches of usable cooking surface
  • Two chrome-plated cooking grids with handles for two-level cooking
  • Stainless steel 5.5 quart water pan
  • Heat resistant wooden side and hood handles
  • Sliding access doors for checking & adding water & wood chips
  • Built-in temperature gauge
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Power Source Electric Electric Electric Charcoal
Material metal and wood components Information not Provided Steel Metal and wood Components
Color Satin Black Black Grey Satin Black
Dimensions 17.25 inches x 17.25 inches x 22.63 inches 27 inches x 37 inches x 21.5 inches 29 inches x 15.5 inches x 15.5 inches 17.25 inches x 17.25 inches x 22.38 inches
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Chimney-like design with a loose-fitting, vented lid and tight-fitting doors creates a constant flow of new smoke for maximum flavor. Smoke flow may be minimized, without extinguishing the smoking source, by shutting all vents and only allowing smoke to vent around hood perimeter. Slow cooking feature allows for maximum flavor and moisture, perfecting a juicy and tender product with less effort.


The smokers are specifically made to have a gap. It allows for minimal air flow and venting that the smoker needs to smoke properly. No more tending the coals every hour when smoking meats; Meco's Combo Water Smoker offers optimal control, longer cook time, and less monitoring than traditional charcoal smokers. Perfect for smoking chicken, fish, and other meats to a savory finish, the combo smoker coils boil water to produce steam and burn wood chips to produce smoke that, together, more efficiently penetrate and flavor meats while they cook. The combo smoker features a removable thermostat control with low, medium, and high settings for smoking just about anything, from thin strips of sockeye to thick beef briskets. The smoker plugs into standard household outlets and converts quickly into an electric, lock-and-go, portable grill. Two nickel-plated, 15-1/2-inch cooking grids let you cook at different levels. With 351 square inches of cooking surface, there's room to smoke nearly 50 pounds of meat at once. A stainless pan holds 5-1/2 quarts of water to last up to five hours for extended smoking operations. Sliding access doors make it easy to check water levels and add more if necessary. Meco designed this smoker so that you can add wood and water without even removing the cover, so heat loss is minimal and meats are tender. A 1500-watt heating element ensures even heat distribution from top to bottom. Heat-resistant wood handles on the sides and hood mean easy transport and monitoring. And, the grids inside are equipped with durable handles, so there's no messy oven mitt to clean afterward! --Brian Olson

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  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 22.6 x 17.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 23.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0007XXNU4
  • Item model number: 5030-4-181
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,401 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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117 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Ready for a new adventure! on July 10, 2005
First, let me say that my husband and I are smoker morons - we need a book titled 'Smokers for Dummies'. But, we have always wanted a smoker, and in researching the electric version of this little unit, I found lots of people were happy with it. I also noticed that it can be converted to charcoal (or vice versa for the charcoal unit) with a conversion kit available from the manufacturer. For the charcoal version, I was concerned about having to watch the coals for hours to assure proper heat, and being able to control the 220 degree temperature which is perfect for smoking. After using this little puppy for the first time, I am quite impressed with it. The thermostat allows for constant temperature control, and allows you to go about your life instead of baby sitting a smoker all day.

The large box arrived with lots of parts, but was assembled in about an hour - the instructions were very good. We immediately put a beef brisket into the unit, turned it on, and added mesquite chunks. The unit came with some hickory chumks to get you started, but we will use those later I presume. The neighborhood smelled like a BBQ pit, and everyone came to see what was going on. Talk about a make-shift party! The 4.5 pound brisket took around 4 hours to cook. Hindsite, I would have brined the brisket prior to smoking it to help it retain more moisture, but it was not that dry at the end. A little BBQ sauce on the cooked meat handled that problem.

The unit recommends using wood chunks, not chips. It tells you to put the chunks on top of the electric coils. Not only did I find this difficult to do (balance the wood on the electric coils) but I found that even after soaking the chunks for a hour or more, I had to replace them every hour or so (I used 2 each time).
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By M. Walton on May 15, 2007
I saw the Cooks Illustrated recommendation for this and bought one. I spent an entire summer playing with spice rubs and making bbq sauces from scratch and learning how to bbq. The key is to keep the heat between 210 and 230 with a chunk of wood every now and then (not mesquite - too strong. I use hickory, oak or apple depending on what I can find.) This smoker rocks because you turn it up all of the way, close the doors and it stays in that temperature range. Just did ribs and brisket several weeks ago, and people raved. (If you do brisket, get a full brisket with the point and flat end and a nice layer of fat on the top - the fat will peel off once you're done but the meat will be moist and delicious. It's best if you eat it within the hour or so after you take it off.) If I know I'm going load it with say too much meat (if you put a vertical rib rack on each grill <there are two in a typical water smoker> you can load it with slabs of ribs), I just add 6 charcoal pieces on the electric coil 1/2 hr before I put all of the meat in and it gets the temp up to 220 faster real quick. OTHER POINTS: Get a Weber grill thermometer (the one with a nice square at the 220 temp) and drop it in the top vent so you can see actual numbers; the Meco thermometer in the front doesn't provide actual temperature which makes you wonder why it's there. Also, don't worry if you stack the pieces and there are slight gaps. It will still keep the right temp. I've only worried about this lack of perfect seal when I've bbq'd during a freezing Chicago winter, and then I just add a little more charcoal and wrapped aluminum foil around where the top meets the base to keep the heat in, and it worked fine. Awesome smoker for the price. Get an electric (not charcoal-too much work) water smoker - it's easy and this one nails the right temperature (which really is the most important part of bbqin') consistently.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 11, 2005
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I had never smoked before making this purchase. My primary goal was to smoke fish and thus far, I have used it 3 times to make both smoked salmon and talapia. The smoker was relatively easy to assemble (took about an hour.) The instructions are adequate, but not much as far as recipies go. I went to the internet (salmonuniversity.com was a great resource, with step-by-step instructions on how to brine, prepare, smoke, and store the fish.) I can smoke about 6 pounds of salmon in about 2.5 - 3 hours. The result is fantastic and comparable to smoked fish I've had in restaurants. My family, friends, and neighbors love it too. Cleanup of the smoker takes about 10 minutes, which isn't too bad. The construction of the smoker is pretty sturdy and I have not noticed any paint peeling as had been described with the Char-Broil smoker. I haven't tried ribs yet, but that's next on my list. I would definitely buy this smoker again.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Matt on March 6, 2008
I have had 2 of these smokers within the past 2.5 years. On both units, the adjustable power source broke within 1.5 years of purchase. On the first unit, the heating element that attaches to the power source was also ruined.

The warrantee was 12 months from the date of purchase, and no luck with the manufacturer after that period (I called). 50 dollars to replace the broken parts. I bought another unit instead, just 13 months after that, the adjustable power source has broken again. This unit was kept under a cover, indoors, when not in use.

I love the ease of use of this smoker, and the final product it produces, it just doesn't hold up.
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