Char-Broil American Gourmet Offset Smoker, Deluxe
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- 3-in-1 smoker, barbecue and grill with 670 square inches cooking surface in main chamber and 355 square inches in firebox chamber
- Chrome-plated cool-touch handles to protect your hands from the heat
- Multiple adjustable dampers to easily control the heat and smoke in your cooker
- Storage rack allows user to keep cooking utensils and extra charcoal close-at-hand
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Char-Broil American Gourmet 300 Series Offset Charcoal Smoker and Grill
The Landmann Vertical Gas Smoker provides a durable and reliable way to smoke meats to perfection. This is a heavy duty Char-Broil Smoker with easy-access drawers to make replenishing water and wood chips a simple process. The steel construction and square legs make the Char-Broil Offset Smoker sturdy and stable. A welded cooking chamber keeps smoke inside, so you get the most flavor possible. You can control how hot your Char-Broil American Gourmet Offset Smoker gets with the fully adjustable heat control, and it also keeps smoke under control with the adjustable top chimney vent. A steel box holds wood-chips, and a porcelain-coated enamel pan contains the water. Attached side handles and wheels make it easy to move the Char-Broil Smoker from place to place when necessary.
- 290-square-in. cooking surface and dash.
- enough for 18 burgers.
- Dimensions: 48.03W x 17.5D x 44.6H in..
- All-black steel construction with cool-touch handles.
- Porcelain-coated grates.
- 140 sq. in. warming rack.
- Lid-mounted temperature.
|Dimensions||48.03W x 17.5D x 44.6H in|
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|Item Dimensions||28.25 x 60.25 x 51.00 inches||21.00 x 43.30 x 50.20 inches||31.40 x 14.75 x 14.75 inches||22.00 x 17.00 x 35.00 inches|
|Item Weight||102.12 lbs||83.00 lbs||23.00 lbs||—|
American Gourmet Deluxe Offset Smoker, 670 SQIN Porcelain Wire Cooking Grate, 355 SQIN Chrome Wire Swing away, 255 SQIN Firebox Chamber Grate, 110 SQIN Firebox Secondary = 1390 Total SQIN Cooking Area, Porcelain Coated Cooking Grates & Chrome Plated Secondary Cooking Off Grates, Clean Out Door For Easy Ash Removal, Convenient Front Shelf, Adjustable Height Steel Fire Grate, Clean Out Door With Built In Damper, Smoke Stack, Temperature Gauge. This product can be used easily. This product is manufactured in China.
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The location to mount the factory thermometer renders it completely useless as-is. As we all learned at a very young age, heat rises, and the top-mounted thermometer only measures the temperature at the top of the smoker, NOT at grate-level where your meat is cooking. Once I purchased and installed two BBQ thermometers (<$9 TOTAL for both) at grate-level (one at each end of the smoker), I found that the difference in temperature at grate-level was 50-75 degrees cooler than at the top of the smoker where the factory thermometer was.
Now, again, since heat rises, I had to solve the problem of having the smoke and heat rise over/above the meat. To get a good cook and that smokey flavor that we all desire, the smoke/heat needs to be redirected to come up under the meat. For this I just purchased some metal flashing ($10-$12 for one roll), put it through the firebox hole, and made a sort of chute toward the center of the smoker. I've only done one cook since installing the chute, so I still need to make some more tweaks, but the ribs that I cooked turned out a million times better than my previous tries without the redirected heat.
Other mods will definitely need to be done (there's still a lot of smoke and heat escaping through seams and holes, so food grade RTV and high-temp gasket seal are in my near future), but I'm otherwise thrilled with my purchase. When it's all said and done, I'm looking at MAYBE $40 spent on modifications.
The basic takeaway is that you get what you pay for. You're not going to have this amazing piece of grilling/smoking equipment when you pay less than $200 for it. If you want to have the best possible results without the time and effort of making mods to your smoker, you should invest in a high-end smoker that will do the work for you.
Will Fire it up and season as directed but initial thoughts are all positive. Box was pretty dinged up but well packaged. Short one nut & a couple of extra bolts. All in all I am pleased.