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Masterbuilt M7P 7-in-1 Smoker and Grill with Pan and Basket Set

Average User Rating:
4.2/5,
Buy Now:
Amazon.com
Price:
$199.99
By:
Masterbuilt
  • Known for quality and innovation, Masterbuilt's cooking products set the standard. If your looking to get the most flavor out of your food, then the 7 in 1 Smoker and Grill has everything your looking for. This quality smoker/grill features propane smoking and grilling, charcoal smoking and grilling, a deep fryer, boiling/steaming, and camp cooking.
  • Binding:
    Lawn & Patio
    Brand:
    Masterbuilt
    EAN:
    0094428253407
    Feature:
    Measures approximately 18 by 18 by 26-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
    Height:
    17.3 inches
    Length:
    18.5 inches
    Weight:
    55 pounds
    Width:
    18.1 inches
    Label:
    Masterbuilt
    List Price:
    $199.99
    Manufacturer:
    Masterbuilt
    Model:
    M7P
    Product Group:
    Lawn & Patio
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_LAWN_AND_GARDEN
    Publisher:
    Masterbuilt
    Studio:
    Masterbuilt
    Title:
    Masterbuilt M7P 7-in-1 Smoker and Grill with Pan and Basket Set
    UPC:
    094428253407
    Color:
    Black
    Material Type:
    Metal
    Material Type Set Element:
    Metal
    Warranty:
    1 Year Limited Warranty

Recent User Reviews

  1. grandmastershek
    3/5,
    "Great first smoker"
    Value:
    5/5,
    Quality:
    3/5,
    Ease of Use:
    3/5,
    Heat Control:
    3/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Aug 30, 2014
    Purchase Price:
    100.00
    Pros - Cheap
    Cons - Cumbersome when using multiple levels, door access, water access.
    Great first gas smoker (never tried charcoal) if you don't want to spend a lot of money up front. Gets a little cumbersome if you are using more than 1 level. Whole racks will only fit if you roll them (3 will fit rolled). The access to the chip tray is REALLY tight. Best thing to do is move the water bowl to the bottom rack and buy a cheap 3rd rack to still have 2 levels. This way it's much easier to put in chips or even chunks, which will not fit with the water bowl left where they say to have it. 

    If you are patient and keep looking you can find it for ~$100 on Target or Amazon.
  2. onewondershow
    4/5,
    "So far I love it,"
    Value:
    5/5,
    Quality:
    4/5,
    Ease of Use:
    5/5,
    Heat Control:
    4/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Nov 9, 2012
    Purchase Price:
    135.00
    Pros - It does everything well and easy.
    Cons - Could be mad a little better.
    I love this thing. I have never used a smoker before but I have been bbqing my whole life. Smoking is my new hobby and so far this has made a great entry level smoker. I have made pulled pork from  a pork but and a few smoked pork loins. Despite my lack of skill or experience at smoking I have found between this forum and the ease of use of this smoker combined with my maverick temp. probe everything has just been easy. Despite a few bumps everything I've made has tasted great . The water bowl gets in the way when adding wood chips and is hard to refill mid cook but is doable. I also saw a mod to fix this issue on here and I will try it. I may add one or 2 more vents myself for better control. Overall I'm very happy with this unit.

    Update: As time whent on the little things about this smoker that bothered me became more annoying. It makes some good q but temp control is a real problem
  3. dnvrdv
    5/5,
    "Masterbuilt 7 in 1"
    Value:
    5/5,
    Quality:
    5/5,
    Ease of Use:
    5/5,
    Heat Control:
    4/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Aug 31, 2006
    Purchase Price:
    149.00
    Pros - Price. Grill and smoke. Durability. Portability
    Cons - Porcelain one rusted out after 3 years.
    Great smoker/grill for the small family. Used the original one (porcelain) we bought for 2 in the house to grill and smoke.  If you are going to buy this I highly recommend getting the stainless steal one.  When the porcelain one rusted through I bought the Stainless and it has been awesome. Well used and smoking a Chuckie and a Pastrami as I type!  Travels well, and has actually done an overnight rafting trip.  Smoked trout was awesome!

User Comments

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  1. jerry jacobs
    I used one of these for years it was my 1st smoker took some time to figure out the best way to hold the temps I wanted. I found it always worked best is I used the propane burner along with wood / wood chips or even charcoal to keep the temp right where I wanted it to be even in cold weather doing a butt or shoulder for 16 hrs. making a few adjustment as needed.