Masterbuilt is popular because it’s great value for the price point. If you were not happy with the build quality and endurance of a Bradley your going to have to step up to the pit boss, targar and egg stuff...Timbrhuntr wrote: ↑Wed Dec 04, 2019 7:23 amAfter the post on the smoker it got me thinking.
I am about done talking my wife and daughter into a new smoker for xmas too.
I have a bradley and don't much want another it started to crack and fall apart after one year or so. I have heard good things about the masterbuilt.
If you have a smoker post up what kind and how you like it. Thanks !
I have a masterbuilt and it’s doing just fine, I am definitely going to have to buy the cold smoke attachment though. In the summer time when I get meat or whatever to a set temp the element turns off and maintains that heat, so it stops producing the smoke...