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FoxHunter Black BBQ Charcoal Grill Barbecue Smoker£29.90 @ mantradingltd eBay
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FoxHunter Black BBQ Charcoal Grill Barbecue Smoker£29.90 @ mantradingltd eBay

£29.90£37.9921%eBay Deals
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Posted 30th May
Excellent price for a decent little smoker.

Product Name:* FoxHunter Black BBQ Charcoal Grill Barbecue Smoker Garden Outdoor Cooking Steel

Product Features:* 3 different floors for grilling, roasting and smoking;
* 2 side doors for ventilation;
* Adjustable air vent on the lid;
* Water bowl for perfect steaming or smoking results;
* Thermostat on the cover;
* Temperature can be regulated well by the door on the sides and the top hood;
* Chrome plated cooking grids;
* Coal ash tray with grate;
* 2 side handles;


Product Specification:* Colour: Black;
* Material: Coated Metal;
* Total height: 83cm;
* Diameter: 40 x 47 cm;
* Stainless Diameter: 37 cm;
* Plank heights: 37 or 60 cm;
* Water bowl Diameter: 37 x 8 cm;
* Charcoal filter diameter: 37 x 8 cm;
* Air-door: 12 x 14 cm;
* Vent holes: 7.5 cm with 6 slots deduction;
* Feet number: 3 feet;
* Distance from floor to canister 16 cm;
* Weight:
- N.W.: 5.5KGS;
- G.W.: 7KGS;
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I had one identical to this, similar price. It made one decent barbie. After that, it never seemed to cook food properly. It rusted away after 1 winter in the garden.
Buy from KMS direct, £29.50 free post The above one are charging 19,99 postage
Does anyone have any suggestions for sites showing decent home made smokers? I keep seeing the cheap ones and people complain that they're badly sealed and dont retain heat - I was thinking about making one.
Don't bother..bought one like 3+ years ago only used twice and bought a different BBQ, this one is really flimsy and not sturdy at all. Also the spacing between the grill and the charcoal is so high that it actually takes longer to cook. Even drilled some holes lower so that the grill could be placed closer to charcoal. Can't say it's rusted at all being in the shed for 3 years..
woldranger30/05/2019 17:28

Does anyone have any suggestions for sites showing decent home made …Does anyone have any suggestions for sites showing decent home made smokers? I keep seeing the cheap ones and people complain that they're badly sealed and dont retain heat - I was thinking about making one.


I made one several years ago using an old built in oven that still works, i made an air intake at the bottom and a small exhaust near the top. I sear the meat under the grill or on the bbq then pop it in the smoker with two or three bits of charcoal in a tin on the bottom of the oven with some wet wood chips on top of the charcoal, set the oven for whatever cooking temperature you want and leave it to get on with it adding some coals and wood chips after a while if needed. I find it a lot easier than keeping an eye on a normal smoker to see if the temperature is correct.
woldranger30/05/2019 17:28

Does anyone have any suggestions for sites showing decent home made …Does anyone have any suggestions for sites showing decent home made smokers? I keep seeing the cheap ones and people complain that they're badly sealed and dont retain heat - I was thinking about making one.


Depends what your budget is? But if looking to make a homemade one Buying a UDS kit and 55 Gallon drum may be the best option but will cost you close to £200-£250. Or if you have that sort of budget a ProQ or WSM bullet type smoker would be a good option for a out of the box ready to use smoker that does hot and cold smoking.
Edited by: "sotv" 31st May
woldranger30/05/2019 17:28

Does anyone have any suggestions for sites showing decent home made …Does anyone have any suggestions for sites showing decent home made smokers? I keep seeing the cheap ones and people complain that they're badly sealed and dont retain heat - I was thinking about making one.


You could get a Weber bullet and be done with it. Although these days I would be tempted to buy one of these electric smokers. Constant heat, no battling every hour or so to maintain the right level of coals and no worries about the food picking up carbon taste from the charcoal either.
Edited by: "all2humanuk" 31st May
I brought one last year for smoker and it is very good. Smoked whole duck , salmon, bacon. You need to brine food first, before you smoke. For the money if you want to try smoking at home it does the job.
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