TecTake BBQ Charcoal barbecue smoker with heat indicator - different models - (3in1 Smoker (ton 400820))
- charcoal grill has 3 different floors for grilling, roasting and smoking
- Thermostat on the cover, Adjustable air vent on the lid
- Water bowl for perfect steaming or smoking results
- Total height: 80cm, Diameter: 41 cm
- Weight: 6.5 kg
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Size: 3in1 Smoker (ton 400820)
Our versatile charcoal grill has 3 different floors for grilling, roasting and smoking and is a must-have for all BBQ fans.
By the two gratings (Ø 37cm), you have to begrillen enough space for family, friends or neighbors.
A thermostat on the cover shows you the temperature can be regulated well by the door on the sides and the top hood.
The integrated drip tray keeps the temperature constant low for perfect smoking, or can be used for steaming vegetables.
The fast construction and easy operation promise great barbecue fun.
2 side doors for ventilation
Adjustable air vent on the lid
Water bowl for perfect steaming or smoking results
Thermostat on the cover
Chrome plated cooking grids
Coal ash tray with grate
2 side handles
Total height: 80cm
Diameter: 41 cm
Stainless Diameter: 37 cm
Plank heights: 35 or 56 cm
Water bowl Diameter: 38 x 7 cm
Charcoal filter diameter: 38 x 7 cm
Air-door: 14 x 12 cm
Vent holes: 10 cm with 6 slots deduction
Distance from floor to canister 11 cm
Material: Coated Metal
Weight: 6.5 kg
Scope of delivery:
1 grill base
1 Cover with fumigation and thermostat
1 ash grid
1 ash container
4 Hooks for smoking
1 cup water
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Top Customer Reviews
After extended use the paint comes off, not of course affecting the unit but that nice black finish is now pretty discoloured and i do look after this unit, its cleaned and kept indoors.
So, how does it smoke? Well, the unit actually works fairly well all things considered, firstly the negatives, the frame does not lock together fantastically well and the doors, the seals and vent billow smoke when in use. This means that unlike other more expensive better built smokers it struggles to maintain a high temperature due to the inability to seal in heat and smoke meaning that you will go through more charcoal and wood than other units. For a 12 hour smoke you can expect to fill the charcoal tray once at the outset and then at least the same amount again, depending on the environmental variables (wind & air temp) sometimes a third time. A Weber Smokey Mountain can smoke for up to 12 hours on one coal load.Read more ›
Some initial notes:
1. As on reviewer noted, the temp gauge never got above 50-C. I tried everything I could to increase the temp, but nothing worked. However, after a short time I assumed the gauge was broken because the coals were glowing read hot and were producing some great smoke. I cooked a large pork shoulder to perfection in just over 2.5 hours, so the temp must have been right. So from now on, I'll heat to 50 degrees (indicated).
2. Use charcoal briquettes. The lump charcoal falls through the grate filling up the fire bowl which, unfortunately, has no air vents. Naturally, this prevents air from circulating around the coals effectively. Briquettes should sit nicely on top of the grate and let only ash fall through. This should greatly improve airflow around the coals. As well, I have been thinking of drilling three or for 10mm holes in the bottom of the bowl as one reviewer suggested.
3. Smoking with fire is an art as much as a science. Constant attention must be maintained to assure an even temperature gradient and maintain constant smoke. Most of us think that this effort (combined with the flavor of the charcoal) makes for an amazing meal. In the end, its a matter of skill and pride. If you want something easier to deal with, an electric smoker might be right for you.
Ps one bolt was missing for the handles
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well we've had this for over a year now and have used on numerous occassions. We've hot smoked whole chickens, duck breasts, pork knuckles and pork loin joints along with a whole... Read morePublished 11 days ago by m callaghan
Awful, tried to screw the lid on on first use. Leg broke. Smoker fell over and all food went on the floor. Followed by smoker going into bin. Waste of money. Read morePublished 16 days ago by R. Joel
Really not a quality piece. Difficult to assemble, and I'm quite handy. Thin metal with doors and vents that don't seal. I trashed mine after a few uses.Published 1 month ago by Peter Trauber
My first foray into smoking food. It was better than expected, didn't really expect much for £29.99 to be honest. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Ideal smoker for price my partner uses it a lot one or two wee faults but not worth mentioning as price says it all only moan when you pay real money for smokerPublished 2 months ago by kirsty
Nice intro to smokers to see if you like it. Not something that will last. Instructions were poor and lasted almost a year being used less than 10 timesPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a good budget version of the more expensive models and gives you an ideal introduction to BBQ smoking. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hope
Very good smoker for the price. I bought to smoke my own Salmon and its worked really well. The catches for the opening panels are a bit weak, but I've permanently closed these.Published 3 months ago by graham k