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    Smoke Daddy pellet pooper

    Has anyone used a Smoke Daddy Pellet Pro 1190? Seems like a great pellet pooper, but I never heard of it until today. Any information would be great

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    Tom Horseman has reviewed their vertical cooker on his channel. Really seems like a solid built product. I would be curious to hear if others have experience as well.

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      I cannot comment on their cookers, although I have read many good reports. I did purchase their controller upgrade my Camp Chef DLX. They sell a number of upgrade products that were originally targeted at the Traeger market. CC and Traeger, at the time (2016) used non-PID, timed controllers. The SmokeDaddy upgrade provided a PID controller that helped mitigate the huge temp swings I was having with the CC. They also sell direct sear inserts that fir a number of Traeger-style cookers, but it is a bit of a hassle to me - required swapping the diffuser setup between a smoke mode and a direct fire mode.

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        - My neighbor Tom across the street took delivery on one just prior to Christmas. I know he must of done his homework because the neighborhood (5 houses) joke is he is the tightest person we all know (tongue in cheek). - - He is a great guy who shares everything.
        I seen the grill late at night on day of delivery and it was a nice unit.
        - His reports to "our gang" have been excellent. While I have been sidelined from surgery he has cooked me up a bone in center cut porkloin (delicious), babybacks (not to shabby) and my first steak off a pellet grill (way better than expected).
        - Tom has some skills and I only hope I can match his efforts on the "SOB" (Some Other Brand) pellet grill I purchased and had delivered to Fl.

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          The reviews I found are really good. Guess MCS is going to strike again later this week

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            glitchy might be in the market

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            • glitchy
              glitchy commented
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              LOL, I have my eyes on something else already. I have no doubts the Smoke Daddy would be a good pellet grill though...they've been making better controllers than Traeger for Traegers for a number of years.

            • grillinglousiana
              grillinglousiana commented
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              i am really thinking about the smoke daddy pro sidekick...i have no real need for a pellet grill,,have 12 others allready...but darn looks like it would be anice travel rig..

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