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A Review On: Masterbuilt 20070106 30-Inch Electric Smokehouse Smoker, Black

Masterbuilt 20070106 30-Inch Electric Smokehouse Smoker, Black

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Pros: Easy to operate - uses wood efficiently

Cons: A bit low to the ground and hard to move (anc because of the electronice should not be left out) - legs and wither wheels or side handles would be goo

A new smoker but I'm impressed - so far I've only done hot smoking (220 to 275) but it claims to go down to 100 (although I wonder how much smoke it will produce at low temps - I will try soon


I just got this and let me say that it was so easy to assemble use. Assembly was really just attaching the leads of the controls and screwing it down. Nothing too hardf at all.
It came up to 275F very fast - less than 25 minutes. It would keep temperature very well and recover quickly after opening the door to spritz.
The seal is perfect and there was not one single leak of smoke on the cabinet.
Cabelas has this online for $189.99.
Well worth it! My first smoke was FANTASTIC! I credit that to excellent equipment and the tremendous KBase in this forum.
Just bought one too. Seasoned it the other day and I'm trying a small pork shoulder today. I'm about 2 hours away from pulling it out and wrapping it. Looks beautiful. Let you know how it tastes later.
Been smoking on one of these for the past year now, and I have to say its pretty good. For the price it's really excellent!!!
just bought one today, been dealing with a charcoal upright Brinkman for a while, great for smaller stuff, however charcoal is difficult to maintain for a large pork butt or brisket for 10-12 hours, i've heard there can be problems with the heating element, hopefully that's not the case, will post reviews as i am seasoning it tomorrow.
Letting you know that the pork shoulder turned out great. Seemed kind of strange not having to mess with it adjusting the temp or anything.
Trying a brisket and a large pork butt this weekend.
Did an 8 lb Prime Rib - 5 hours at 220 degrees - three loads of Jack Daniels bourbon oak chips mixer with equal parts Apple wood - stood two hours after smoking - wonderful medium rare - nice smoke - and love the ease of the digital control - so far a pork butt - thick pork chops and prime rib - all came out great with minimum effort - biggest issue is it has to be kept inside and it is difficult to move with no wheels and no handles - I did find the official cover for it at