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    SnS Travel Kettle Delivered

    Here it is. I am a hopeless SnS fanboy as well as a camper, ice fisherman, and hunter. So you know I pre-ordered. Some assembly required. Can’t wait to get it together and break it in.
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    #2
    Awesome, can’t wait to see more

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      #3
      The above 👆 Mr. Ecowper and myself are also SNS fanboys. Ya did good.

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        #4
        Assembly took about 30 minutes. Got the gasket applied to the virgin lid. I think I should let the gasket adhesive cure overnight so the ribeyes and action shots will have to wait until tomorrow.
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          #5
          I travel with a Weber Jumbo Joe, which needs replacing one of these days. Does this have any advantage over the Weber? No preconceived opinions, just looking for a great grill.

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          • SierraBBQGuy
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            Looks great, definitely on my list to consider

          • efincoop
            efincoop commented
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            One other minor improvement over the Jumbo Joe is the cool touch top vent tab and the extended cool touch handle for the bottom vent/ash sweep.

          • Razor
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            Baby Back Maniac had a good review and comparison on it; https://youtu.be/ksaoIArHX-A

          #6
          Never knew .......... ?

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            #7
            Power not needed, has its advantage.

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              #8
              Power? What for?

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              • jhapka
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                Pellet grill

              • bbqLuv
                bbqLuv commented
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                The last time power went out during a winter storm, my Traeger no workie.
                Some friends lost power for over a week, for us 1-2 days. Had to cook in our small propane camping grill. But we got by.

              #9
              Don’t know bout that, I was referring to this,

              https://www.weber.com/US/en/grills/p...8/1211001.html

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              • bbqLuv
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                Exactly. No power is needed.

              #10
              Well it grills food
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              • efincoop
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                How did it handle on the first run? Any tips I should know about?

              • jhapka
                jhapka commented
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                efincoop not really. If you’ve cooked on a kettle before there’s nothing new here. The smoke hole made it a little too easy to lock in 250

              • efincoop
                efincoop commented
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                That's great news, thanks. I have a Weber Performer with the SnS 2.0 and drip & griddle, so I was hoping this would be a portable version of that setup.

              #11
              I couldn't help myself and ordered one last week. Mine got delivered to my daughter's house yesterday. We are headed there this weekend. I feel like a kid who can't wait for Christmas day!

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                #12
                It looks pretty nice. I used to have the Jumbo Joe but sold it since I never used it anymore so I doubt this one is on the radar.

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