- Boxed-product Weight: 4 Kg
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- ASIN: B009YSKFY0
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Oct. 2012
- Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 67,870 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)
LARGE BOX FISH AND MEAT BBQ COLD OR HOT FOOD SMOKER COOKER WITH FREE WOOD CHIPS & BRINE
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- 5 horizontal fish trays
- 6 fish hooks for vertical smoking,
- 1 cinderbox and 2 drip trays
- Dimensions .: 86 x 46 x 28.5cm
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A brilliant box smoker that allows you to smoke your goods horizontally or vertically. The comfort of having a door on this model enables easier loading and better control of the smoking process. It can cope with the high temperatures due to it being made out of stable and long life zinced steel plates. In this oven you can smoke up to 20 fish simultaneously.
Complete with Smoker dust, Brine & instructions
500 Gram bag of Oak & Juniper Smoker dust
This blend of hardwood chippings, sawdust & dried juniper berries gives a beautiful dark color and wonderful flavour to everything you smoke
A Pack of Bison brine mix
Enough Bison brine mix to make 5 litres of brine or can be used as a rub if you wish to dry cure your fish or meat
complete with simple Instructions
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Top Customer Reviews
The packaging was dreadful, comsisting of a flimsy cardboard box around a flimsy product. Inevitably it was damaged during transit by, I suspect, the couriers (by this suspicion I am giving the suppliers the benefit of the doubt in the sense that I expect them not to ship a damaged item that is called up as undamaged, but this benefit of the doubt then necessarily would falsely impinge on the good name of the couriers), who nevertheless used a level of care that was higher, given previous experiences, than could reasonably have been expected.
The damage was in an unimportant area, from a functional point of view, so I have desided to keep the item as delivered, rather than go through the rigmarole of returning the item. After all, who is to say that the next delivery woudn't have been damaged in a more important manner However, had I been buying the item in a shop in the condition in which it was delivered, I would have demanded a substantial reduction in recognition of the damage to the item