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Bradley Smoker BTDS76P Bradley Digital 4-Rack Smoker
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- Made of highest quality material. Featuring a powder epoxy steel construction and polished stainless steel interior.This outdoor smoker is easy to clean up
- Manufacturer: Bradley Smoker
- Bradley digital 4 rack 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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The Bradley Objective
Bradley Smokers are the new alternative in smoking technology. Sportsmen and chefs alike can rely upon its precision to consistently produce the best tasting smoked foods. It’s easier to control and more versatile than any other smoker. With the Automatic Smoke Generator, electronic control and fully insulated cabinet, Bradley Smokers eliminate the drastic temperature fluctuations and interruptions in smoke production that adversely effect the taste of smoked foods.
It's all about the flavor!
Bradley Digital 4-Rack Smoker
The Bradley Digital Food Smoker includes all the features of the Bradley Original Electric 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.
- Digital Interface
- Maximum temperature of 280 degrees Fahrenheit
- Separate burners for smoke and oven
- Insulated stainless steel interior
- One year warranty from date of purchase
- Internal thermostat
- Four fully supported, removable racks
- Can hold up to 8 hours of smoke
Fully Insulated Stainless Steel Interior
The Bradley 4-Rack Digital Smoker is fully insulated so that you can smoke on hot or cold days and still maintain the desired cooking temperature. With a completely stainless steel interior, the smoker is more capable of heat retention and an easy clean-up.
Fully Insulated Stainless Steel Interior
Digital Smoke Generator
Separate Smoke and Oven Burners
Four Fully-Supported Removable Racks
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|Item Dimensions||14 x 14 x 31 in||15 x 11.5 x 33 in||20 x 34 x 18 in||39 x 24.75 x 14.25 in||2.25 x 3.25 x 2.25 in||22 x 20.5 x 47 in|
|Item Weight||57.5 lbs||60.5 lbs||55.12 lbs||—||—||66.5 lbs|
|Material Type||Polished Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Steel||Stainless steel||Aluminum||—|
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
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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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. The only thing that didn't turn out so good were the wings. Too dry.
I remember when I started to research online how to smoke a brisket. Based on what I read, you would think you need 100 years of brisket smoking experience, Somebody's secret rub recipe, and the finger of the almighty himself, to touch the brisket to finally get it right. WRONG. Brisket is AMAZING out of this smoker. It takes about 12 hours (depending on size), and a ANYONE can do it. Get a brisket, trim and dress as you like. I like McCormick's Grill Mates Cowboy Rub. Wrap in foil, and let it sit in a fridge for a day or two. Bring it out of the fridge and unwrap about an hour before cooking. Place it in the top rack with a temp probe for 150 F. Smoke for about 5-6 hours. When it gets to 150 F, take out and wrap in foil. Put it back in, set probe for 203 F. When it gets to 203 F, take it out and let sit for about 30 min. Unwrap, and slice. Your guests will BEG YOU to make it again next time.
Each tray will hold a whole rack of ribs (two half racks per tray), a 6 lb brisket, or a nice sized chicken or turkey breast. When you're cooking at low temperatures, you can't put really cold meat in the smoker. Especially for something thick like a chicken or turkey breast. It will take forever in any smoker or grill at that low temp. Let the meat "warm" a bit before you put it in the smoker - and DEFINITELY make sure all chicken is completely defrosted, or you'll make somebody sick.
Cleaning the trays, bowl, etc. is easy. Give them a scrub with some dish soap to get the "chunks" off, and put them in the dishwasher. They will come out pretty clean. Us a steel brush occasionally on the biscuit heating pad to keep it clean. Don't worry about cleaning the inside of the smoker, but you will want to use some mild dish soap and water on the rubber seal on the door. It can get a little "sticky" after a few uses.
The only fault I can see is the need to buy the wood biscuits from Bradley. Not really a fault of how well the smoker works, I just wish Bradley would do a better job of getting their products in stores so I wouldn't have to order all the supplies off Amazon. I can't find them anywhere locally. They do sell certain varieties in the 120 count boxes, which will last you a long time. Just plan ahead if you can't get them locally. If you do decide to get a Bradley smoker, get a cover for it. IGNORE the bad reviews on them, they are probably from the old cover. They have since redesigned it with better materials that are much sturdier.
Remember: BE LAZY!
Here's my issues with this smoker; first the pucks put out a constant amount of smoke, you can't load it up with more wood chips like other smokers to get a burst of smoke. With my other smoker I had, a Masterbuilt, I think I was able to control the intensity of the smoke flavor better with wood chips. Maybe its because their solid wood and not the wood dust mixture with the Bradley pucks.This means that this smoker is really about the long smoke sessions, like a few hours or more. Which gets to my next point...
Buying pucks for it is no fun! Depending on the package you buy the pucks cost about $.30 each. At 3 pucks an hour that's $1 an hour or $6 for a 6 hour session. For example, you bought that $15 pork butt, but to really get it tender and flavor you need to do an 8 hour session for $6 worth of pucks(!) At the end of the day its hard not to resent having to keep on buying pucks for this thing, especially since you have to order them online (keep in mind, you can't buy pucks locally, at least in my case). As far as I know there's no chains that carry them.
[UPDATE: I've since bought the Amazen pellet smoker tray after learning a bunch of people on various smoking forums use one of these insead of the 'expensive' pucks. So far so good]
I'm going to sell this and go back to the Masterbuilt brand. Maybe not as slick looking on the outside, but buying wood chips for it is a lot easier, cheaper, and can be bought at the big box stores. While you can't load the Masterbuilt with hours and hours of chips like you can with pucks on the Bradley, that's ok with me because I would never walk away from my smoker for hours on end.
A couple of months ago while smoking 2 butts, a brisket, and some fish it caught on fire. I was not close to it when it happened. When I found it fire was everywhere, probably from the grease. There was melted metal. The fire apparently started in the smoke generator which had been malfunctioning. The door fell of and all of the paint burned away. Most of the contents were on the concrete floor in front of the smoker. The fire occurred beside a Snapper riding mower that has a fuel tank that holds about 1 gallon of gasoline. Behind the mower sits an oxy acetylene torch. Had I not found the fire and put it out the mower surely would have burned and set off the acetylene. It could have taken out my workshop, my home, and a neighbor's home. It did destroy nearby items and melted part of the mower seat.
I wrote Bradley a letter and included pictures with a list of damages. I received an email asking for the pictures again. I sent them and have heard nothing back from them.
I had hoped they would be reasonable and let's settle this, but it is not looking like they will. If they don't respond very soon, I am going to contact the State of Florida Fire Marshal's office and ask why they are allowed to sell these fire traps in Florida.
I have since learned the Internet research that Bradley Smoker fires are not uncommon. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org