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Injector recommendations?

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 

The last time I tried using an injection, the cheap plastic ones I had broke.  I am thinking of getting a more durable one.  Does anyone have a favorite?

post #2 of 10

This is from LEM and is about the best price I have seen. Other companies charge more and only include the one 12 hole needle...JJ

 

 


4078_2111_large.jpgClick to Enlarge COMMERCIAL 4 OZ. MEAT INJECTOR
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Heavy duty, 4 oz., commercial grade injector has a detachable 6" needle with 12 holes and a slant cut needle. Use it to pump pickling cure into meat or marinade into roast or chicken. Great for injecting turkeys for frying. Built to last, you'll never buy another injector.

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post #3 of 10
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Thanks!  I will probably pick one up in the near future.

post #4 of 10

I just ordered a Spitjack 4 oz. short injector for $39.99. They have a number of heavy duty injectors available either on their site or on Amazon.com. I added the 3/8 needle because I would want to inject marinades that have minced herbs and I do not want clogging. It's worth a look.

 

Regards

post #5 of 10

Dj, morning....  One of our sponsor, Cajun Injector, sells sauces with the syringe attached.... I buy their sauces and have spare syringes....  the small syringes are great for injection small stuff like wings, chickens, etc....  and considering you get them attached, the price is a lot better than buying a syringe separately......

 

http://www.walmart.com/ip/23324941

 

or for $20 you can have a mess of syringes and share with your friends.....  If you have the old needles from your broken injector, you don't need new ones, as long as it is a Leur Lock connector.......   

 

http://www.amazon.com/Dispensing-Needle-Blunt-Tip-1-1/dp/B001QRZ31C/ref=pd_sbs_indust_3

 

http://www.amazon.com/Syringe-60cc-Luer-Lock-Sterile/dp/B000FN897I

post #6 of 10

OOOh! I like Jiimmy's

 

Here's mine, think it was $20 at Cabelas

 

 

 

  • I use for stuffing too

 

post #7 of 10

Dj, What do you want to inject? I have the big one like JJ posted and I also have a small one. The first time I tried to inject wings with the big one I shoot creole butter and franks hot sauce all over me the wall and ceiling of the kitchen! For larger cuts of meat the big guy is great, but you'll want a small one for smaller cuts too!

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Dj, What do you want to inject? I have the big one like JJ posted and I also have a small one. The first time I tried to inject wings with the big one I shoot creole butter and franks hot sauce all over me the wall and ceiling of the kitchen! For larger cuts of meat the big guy is great, but you'll want a small one for smaller cuts too!

I believe the last thing I was planning on injecting was a turkey last Thanksgiving.  That's when I found out that the two I had were cracked.  I threw them out.  I just thought I would ask for future reference.  I'll probably be using it in the future to inject whole chicken or perhaps a brisket...

post #9 of 10

I just got the mean green meat injector and all I can say is I love it. This is the only injector i will ever use. Its 33.95

http://www.pitbullsupinsmoke.com/bbq-product-testimonials.html

post #10 of 10
brought my stainless steel injector, with 2 different size prongs! but it seems to clog up, all the time. unless I water the marinade down a lot! what size prongs should I be looking for?
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