Masterbuilt 20070210 30-Inch Electric Analog Smoker

Average User Rating:
5/5,
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Price:
$136.25
By:
Masterbuilt
  • Masterbuilt's 30-inch electric smokehouse with three smoking racks makes slow smoking as easy as grilling. With a variable thermostat temperature control, smoking becomes hassle-free. The built-in thermometer ensures you're cooking at just the right temperature and helps prevent the possibility of overcooking meat. The smoker includes a wood-chip tray and water pan for juicy food with a rich smoke flavor. Cleanup is a snap with a removable drip pan. Cooking area is 547.8 square inch with a temperature range of 100-degree F to 400-degree F.
  • Binding:
    Lawn & Patio
    Brand:
    MasterBuilt
    EAN:
    0094428262935
    Feature:
    Temperature gauge in door
    Height:
    33.5 inches
    Length:
    20.3 inches
    Weight:
    49.86 pounds
    Width:
    19.3 inches
    Label:
    Masterbuilt
    List Price:
    $199.95
    Manufacturer:
    Masterbuilt
    Model:
    20070210
    MPN:
    20070210
    Number Of Items:
    1
    Package Quantity:
    1
    Product Group:
    Lawn & Patio
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_LAWN_AND_GARDEN
    Publisher:
    Masterbuilt
    SKU:
    PET-MAST20070210
    Studio:
    Masterbuilt
    Title:
    Masterbuilt 20070210 30-Inch Electric Analog Smoker
    UPC:
    094428262935

Recent User Reviews

  1. bobtheump
    5/5,
    "Masterbuilt 20070210 Electric Smoker"
    Value:
    4/5,
    Quality:
    4/5,
    Ease of Use:
    5/5,
    Heat Control:
    5/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Dec 20, 2011
    Purchase Price:
    149.00
    Pros - Simple to set up and use. Easy to store and clean. Adequate space for home use.
    Cons - Water tray and smoke box not accessible without opening door. Thermostat wanders a little. No adjustable vents.
    This is my first electric smoker after a few years of indirect smoking on a gas grill. I know, I know but it was what I had.  Got this as a gift for Christmas and it has been running a lot since then.  Smoke starts quick and easy but the rheostat is a little sensitive in the sweet spot around 225 deg.  Only real complaint is having to open the door to add water and chips.  Thermometer on door is as bad as all the rest but as an old gas grill-er I would never dream of trusting it anyway. Runs about 5 degrees low at 225 but the error is not linear so a couple of digitals are a must.  I have done a couple of butts, several racks of spares, turkey wings and a tray of about 30 marinated skinless chicken breasts over the last month.  So far the product has come out fine.  I use an aluminum tray to baffle the direct heat from the element on delicates like the chicken breasts but each of the shoulder cuts turned out great after a 8 and 7 hour smoke respectively.  (Cold enough here that I finish in the oven.)  All in all, for an inexpensive unit I am very pleased,

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  1. dezurikd
    I have one of these analog units in WIS. I needed to make an insulating cover to get 220 plus temps, esp in winter. Used 1/4 " thick bubble insul, that is aluminum faced on both sides. Sewed it into a box shape on wife's machine. Works great. Use a Maverik 2 probe thermometer.