- Dimensiones del producto: 45,2 x 140,5 x 47,8 cm ; 49,9 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: 07201560
- ASIN: B0007XNPPW
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 18 de agosto de 2016
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Char-Broil plata Fumador
- Offset diseño Firebox proporciona varias opciones de cocción.
- 738 cm² superficie total para cocinar.
- Fácil de limpiar, porcelana, parrillas de cocción y parrilla conjunto completo de carbón/madera para Firebox y cámara
- Parte superior Smoke Stack con amortiguador
- Firebox amortiguador de puerta de acceso con integrado
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Descripción del producto
Se trata de un ahumador, una barbacoa, y un grill - todo en uno. La plata para ahumar de Char-Broil ® cuenta con un offset Firebox diseño con una placa de calentamiento, que ofrece múltiples opciones de cocción. Cuenta con fácil de limpiar parrillas de porcelana, y un práctico estante y frontal de almacenamiento Rack. Con 738 en² de superficie de cocción, ¡hay siempre espacio para otra Camarón en la Barbie.
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The reason I can't give it 5 stars is because of the thickness of the metal. If it were a little thicker, there would be much more heat retention. You can buy smokers with 1/4"+ thickness, but expect to pay at least $600.
This is easily the best smoker in its price range.
Make sure you season the inside of the smoker similar to how you would season a cast iron pan. As with any smoker, before use, paint the interior of the smoker with shortening or vegetable oil, then start up the smoker and let it smoke for a couple or few hours.
Also, you should almost always keep the chimney vent all the way open. Use the intake vent on the firebox for temperature control.
1. Both the grill and side firebox come in the same package and are designed to work seamlessly together. And they do work well together.
2. It does have an attractive price.
3. The side firebox is to the left. Being stubbornly right handed, I prefer to have my tools handy to the right, not the left.
What I do not like:
1. Thin metal used on grill body. Does not retain heat well.
2. The opening to the main grill area covers only about 1/2 of the grill surface. What that means is that you will have to reach into the grill to get to any items that are near the back. That gets hot, and makes it difficult to get that nagging hamburger that just will NOT get on the flipper.
3. I just do not see this grill lasting me for years, and if I need to replace it in 3-5 years, the attractiveness of the price just disappeared.
So, I sold this on Craigslist, and bought me the Char Griller Super Pro and Side Fire Box (sold seperately) for not too much more. That I would recommend.
- It's charcoal
- Enables user to use direct and\or indirect heating methods
- Good for smoke chips
- Thin metal- you lose a lot of heat through the body, and it is prone to breaking. Screws need tightening every so often
- Need's to be babied if it's going to last
- Top heavy and prone to falling (We BBQ in even the most inclement weather)
- Must be babysat if you want your food to come out well. That means 8-10 hours for a pig. Which is ok, but the beer and cigars get expensive!
I wouldn't recommend for a first timer, the reason being is that it really requires some determination to continue after several failed attempts at making food. It isn't really operator fault as much as it is just trying to regulate temp and smoke while rapidly losing heat through unsealed lids and thin metal. The dampers work effectively, but as previously stated, needs some TLC.
Spend a few extra $$ and get something, especially a beginner, can get the hang of rapidly.