Bradley 4-Rack Propane Smoker

Discussion in 'Propane Smokers' started by sflcowboy78, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. I have found these on Amazon for a pretty good price and wanted some feedback. Have any of you on this forum used or currently use this smoker and what is your opinion of it? Any feedback pros and cons would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  2. nepas

    nepas Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator Group Lead OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    I have 2 of them. They work good for a travel or a back up to the back up smoker. Worked great in the swamp in Florida


    Easy to use and take apart

    uses a 1lb bottle or buy a hose and use a 20lb tank

    adjustable flame

    battery or 12v to operate the slide to advance pucks

    can re use the cover 5-6 times

    great travel smoker

    smokes just about everything


    Not good on very windy days

    you have to pre heat the slide prior for the puck to smoke

    stick a smoker therm thru the top for reading

    not a good (this is my only smoker) use it all the time

    heat can fluctuate if your not watching it and not a set it and forget it smoker (which in all my years i have not found one)
  3. Thank you for the quick reply Nepas. This will not be my first or only smoker, but i was thinking it would be nice for by the pool in my apartments durring the summer. It is funny that you mention the swamps of Florida, I grew up out in the Everglades in South Florida.
  4. nepas

    nepas Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator Group Lead OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    It will work great for the pool side smoker.
  5. Ok, so I finally decided to order this off of Amazon, It cost $84.00 and Free shipping, I should have it no later than Wednesday.
  6. Ok so my new tailgaiting smoker finally arrived, I cannot wait to break it in this weekend. I will be doing a back of smoked salmon.

  7. Can't wait to see more detailed pics of that thing. Looks cool
  8. I will be posting more pics of it when I fire it up for the first time. I will also make sure I add Q-View of the Salmon.

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