Includes an integrated meat probe and large digital display. LED light offers better visibility. Features three smoke options. Choose between old smoke, hot smoke, and fast smoke. Control the smoker remotely with the Bluetooth feature.
Some buyers report trouble with the app. Bluetooth range is limited.
Features adjustable temperature control from 175 to 325 degrees. Two chrome-plated cooking grids can be adjusted to different heights. Easy to assemble.
The temperature isn't always accurate. Loses heat quickly when door is opened, which is necessary to replenish the wood and liquid.
Features four cooking grids. Two-door design includes a window that allows you to check on what you're smoking without opening the door. Second door is for wood and liquid, so there's no heat loss when replenishing.
Smoke does seep through the front door hinge, and the thermostat is not great quality.
Includes seven cooking grids, including four standard grids, two jerky grids, one rib rack, and one sausage hanger. Dual-door design makes it easy to add wood and liquid without losing heat. Includes a viewing window in the top door.
Model leaks some smoke unless you buy a separate gasket.
A smoker is a piece of oven-like equipment designed to cook meat slowly over low heat. Smoke Hollow makes both electric and propane smokers. Models have a large water tray. The wood trays tend to be easily accessible. Some Smoke Hollow smokers have interior lights that help you see your meat while it cooks. These smokers are sizable and provide good value for the money, with adjustable racks and several trays that allow you to smoke large amounts of meat. If you’re looking for precision, consider a digital Smoke Hollow smoker that gives exact readouts of temperature and timing. Dual elements may help you achieve more evenly cooked results.
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