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Old 04-19-2022, 06:08 PM
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Okay, need some advice. I have narrowed down my choices to getting a masterbuilt 40" electric smoker. Now comes my question. Do I get the one with the window or the Cabelas version without the window? The one with a window appears to be wider and less deep, the Cabelas version appears to be narrower but deeper? Does anyone have or use these with any input? Thanks
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Old 04-26-2022, 12:08 AM
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I don't know about Cabelas but what can I say about masterbuilt 40'' - with the cooking surface of 721 square inches, preparing full racks of ribs, multiple briskets, or a 20-pound turkey is a piece of cake – the spaciousness is undoubtedly one of its most impressive features. I have checked it after my cousin made a present for himself when he turned 40 before I used only 30'' and I can say that for real - size matters
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Old 04-26-2022, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by riskincide View Post
Okay, need some advice. I have narrowed down my choices to getting a masterbuilt 40" electric smoker. Now comes my question. Do I get the one with the window or the Cabelas version without the window? The one with a window appears to be wider and less deep, the Cabelas version appears to be narrower but deeper? Does anyone have or use these with any input? Thanks
In my opinion the Bradley digital electric smoker is the best choice. You set the temp, you set the smoke time and you set the cook time and all you have to do is add some wood depending on what you are smoking. The wood is compact wood chip disks that feed automatically. Check them out.

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Old 05-03-2022, 11:56 AM
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How pricey are the wood chips when smoking something in the Bradley?
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Old 05-03-2022, 03:28 PM
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I don't think they are any more expensive then the other brands and the ease of smoking makes them worth while.
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