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jihnmsd

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Posted: 10/13/21 10:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hi Everyone! Can anyone recommend me best electric smoker for long term. There is no issue of budget at all.

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Green Mountain Grill Davy Crocket pellet smoker stored. Note alternate table top legs/springs. Operates on 12V DC or 120V AC.
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Deployed and ready. Note: I also remove it and use the main legs and also use it at home. [image]


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jihnmsd wrote:

Hi Everyone! Can anyone recommend me best electric smoker for long term. There is no issue of budget at all.


Can you tell us your budget so that we can help you in choosing best one.

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I'm partial to RecTec. Heavy duty construction and their service is second to none if you ever have a question or problem. IMHO


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Dolaniaya the op said they had no budget. Op I don’t like to use anything electronic, charcoal or wood for use.

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I'm Very happy with my Pit Boss Pro Series that my Grandson gave me for Christmas last year.
But you are certainly NOT going to carry it around in an RV, (Unless you have a toy hauler).


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Well for long term I can recommend the SMOKINTEX I have had my 1400 for more than 15 years,has never failed and still works as it did when I bought it.

A lot heavier construction than the others mentioned here.It is made more for the commercial market but the smaller one like mine has that same quality and is small enough to put on the hitch mounted platform on the rear of my RV,I use it at home and camping.


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I'll second the Davy Crockett. Mine has traveled in the storage bay for several years. Very convenient and cooks great.


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There are many best ***Link Removed*** but I would suggest you to go for Masterbuilt MB20071117. This smoker is best for long term. Here are it's main features:
  • Good insulation
  • Affordable
  • Wood chip tray available


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