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Masterbuilt Small??

dondford

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I am looking at a masterbuilt, but just read the dims. It seems really small; I am using a Brinkman electric water type smoker now it seems it would be much larger than the Masterbuilt.
Any advise from the guys that have Masterbuilts; do you find them large enough? Any other advise or comments please.

Thanks,
Don
 

illini

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Don; There are a lot of threads about the MES in this section. You will get a feel for them if you read these.

The Masterbuilt web site is erroneous about the dimensions of their product...it seems untidy of them to quote the thing as smaller than it actually is but that is their business I guess


Outside dimensions of their smoker is 13 3/4" X 17" X 30 1/4 not including the door....just the box

Inside shelf dimensions are 12 3/4 X 15 1/4 X 4" verticle clearance if you use all 4 shelves at the same time....so by removing shelves you can go to 8" 12" or 16" verticle by having less shelves

capacity is good for a single family and there has been little complaining about the size.....I can do a 14# turkey easily or 4 racks of BB ribs easily

There are a few older models out there yet that are not vented on top and have a different door
seal and no door latch...avoid it...get the newer model or don't buy it....if it has a door latch and top vent then it is the newer model.....also Sam's club has a special addition which is larger yet but it tends to be pricey ($300)...the others can be obtained for ($200) at most places.

hope this helps
 

dondford

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Mavin:
Thank you for your post; that make me feel better I'm looking online at Cabelas and have been told that the black version they stock is the new type. I have several threads advising to be sure and go with the new model.
Again, thank you for your help.

Don
 

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