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    Just registered today! Found this site while searching for a new smoker. Would LOVE others feedback for me selection choice going forward. I have a MasterBuilt 40" electric smoker with side smoker as an add on. Ready to replace the entire thing as the touch pad is not weather proof! HUH???? They sent me a replacement and clearly stated....."This unit is not designed to be out in the elements." I asked why they provide a nylon cover.....no response. Classic!

    I am happy with the smoker as it's easy, so here is what I am looking for in my new back yard patio:

    1. Simple
    2. Doesn't require lots of attention while smoking
    3. Large capacity
    4. Fuel doesn't matter but considering a pellet device
    5. Durable
    6. Looking for more of a vertical design instead of horizontal unless convinced otherwise - that's why this is last
    7. Cost - I don't mind spending for quality but am not going to be stupid either

    I just built an outdoor kitchen for my pizza oven so I have space for this.

    Thank you kindly.

    #2
    Welcome from Colorado. You mention "large capacity". Can you give a more specific example of what you're thinking?

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      #3
      This should cover most of the items on your list.

      https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...-and-fan-combo

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        #4
        Welcome to the Pitmaster Club! A grill with parts that are not weather proof? Sounds strange.

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          #5
          Welcome from TN. +1 on Rod suggestion on the Weber combo. I am sure you will get so many recommendations that your head will start to spin - or explode

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            #6
            Welcome from Minnesota! Not sure what you're leaning toward or your upper and lower cost limits. Lots of good Pellet Grills in a fair price range.

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              #7
              You mentioned simple, durable, vertical space and pellets. As much as I love my MAK, if in your shoes and based on your criteria, this one would have my full attention.
              https://smokedaddyinc.com/product/th...pellet-smoker/

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                #8
                Sounds like you ran into a SNAFU with yer smoker. Welcome, eat good and have fun!

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                  #9
                  i recently upgraded from a masterbuilt electric smoker to the pit barrel cooker mostly because of the masterbuilt not being weather friendly. The pit barrel cooker is fantastic. it does take a little bit of a leap of faith to just light it and "let it do its thing" and not worry about watching the temperature of the smoker itself but i cant argue with the results i have gotten out of it. I have done everything from cold smoke cheese (using pellets in a tube) , pulled pork, chicken, turkey, pastrami, etc.

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                    #10
                    Welcome from south Texas!

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                      #11
                      Welcome to the Pit! Sam6687 suggestion sounds like a good or a Weber Smokey Mountain. I cooked on a cheap bullet smoker for years with great success, but It required adding fuel on 8 hour plus cooks. Currently I cook on a Big Green Egg which can take 12 cooks unattended, but that might be out of your budget.

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                        #12
                        Welcome to the Pit from NE Washington state. Along with tips, techniques, and recipes about BBQ we have a lot of fun.

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                        We are happy to have you along and looking forward to your participation.

                        Sorry I can't help you in your quest, I use a KBQ which requires wood and 20-30 minute additions.

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                          #13
                          Welcome from Western Mass. Suggestions are incoming from the Pit. Good luck with your search and purchase.

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                            #14
                            Have you checked out the reviews on the free part of the site yet? A wealth of info there.

                            Welcome from Central Florida!

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                              #15
                              Welcome from Maryland. Good luck on your search.

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