SMF Premier Member
- Feb 21, 2007
Does anyone have any details of this particular smoker or brand? From what I read it is pricey but very heavily built. It is an off-set style with good sized smoking area that is easily accessible and has precisely repeatable screw-in air/damper controls. All that appeals to me but mostly I like the reported tight fits among the smoke chamber and fire box lid. I know that the Weber is very good at that as well as some other brands but I want a bigger smoking area and heavy guage metal for a hopefully better "heat sink". I probably would use just a straight wood fuel, no charcoal--I'm fortunate to have an unlimited supply of white oak, hickory and wild cherry here in SW Mo. I built a 5w x 7d x 6h sandstone smoker with 12" walls that I really love but it is just too big for most of my smoking.