Bass Pro Shops® Stainless Steel 3 in 1 Combo Cooker
- Versatile, easy to clean, and powerful cooker
- Fries, steams, and boils
- 30-Quart stainless steel pot with lid and handy copper spigot for easy oil or water removal
- Powerful 38,000 BTU burner with regulator, hose, and heat shield
- Worry-free safety timer
- Stainless steel base with adjustable safety brackets
- Comes with stainless steel strainer/steamer basket, steamer grid, and stainless steel turkey hook and stand
- Includes 12" deep fry thermometer and marinade injector for delicious fried turkey
Manufacturer model #: TF4039-013426-RO.
Endorsed by the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HungryHunter Solid purchase Excellent Product for the money. They really took safety into concern. With the wide secure base it will not tip over. 20 minute timer is a great safety feature. Excellent product i expect to have it for a long time. April 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MoparTH Great Cooker / Steamer Was looking for a great cooker / steamer and found it in this one. Works great, easy cleanup, very well built, would definitely recommend to friends. January 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by turkeygirl Many uses! We just love our new Turkey Fryer. Not only is it high quality, we love the style of it. I bought it telling my husband we were going to fry turkeys in it, and we did. It was great. I did not tell him that we were also going to brew beer in it. Whoo hoo. We can't wait to use it for that. The stainless steel pot is perfect and easy to maintain the heat temperature. We did not have a leaky spout and was easy to put together. Great product. January 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greeno Thanksgiving saved The burner with this system is by far the best that I have ever owned. It produced enough BTUs to heat oil in 45 degree weather and produce a beautiful bird. I will echo the usual complaint about the 15 minute timer. Discounting this annoyance, the unit was easy to assemble and use. December 8, 2012
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Details:It states it has adjustable safety brackets. How adjustable are they? Do they slide down so that I can use my skillet? or other pots that are larger in diameter.
A:They slide a little but are very easy to remove.
A:You can unbolt them and move them down, or remove them. These are your only options.
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A:Your skillet will probably work at the lowest setting for the brackets, but with a skillet there is no "tip over" danger, so you can just as easily remove the brackets.
To use a bigger diameter pot, you will have to remover the safety brackets.
A:18 lbs, but I would not suggest it. I did a 14 pounder and had some oil overflow/slashing.
A:I don't know about disconnecting, but I use electrical tape to keep it in the on position.
Details:I want to put a propane quick connect on the cooker. To hook it up to my quick connect on my trailer can this be done.
A:In the Owner's manual the WARNING list, this appliance is not intended to be installed in or on recreational vehicles. Use appliance only with propane regulator/ valve assembly supplied with the unit. Technical Questions call 1-888-837-1380.
A:15 minutes unless you tape the timer to the on position
A:20 mins with timer. UNlimited if you do the blog suggested thing and duct tape it at about 10 mins.
Details:I ask because if you use the steamer insert that comes with this and put the steamer basket on top of it inside the pot and then add water right to the bottom of the steamer basket, you cannot put the lid on top of the pot.
Details:, stainless, or cast brass? Also, does it heat up fast? Thanks.
A:Stainless, but cast iron would be better. It heats up to 350 in about 20 mins.
A:This does come with a cast iron burner. Its does heat up quickly.
A:Cast burner, seems to heat up very quickly, yes.
A:Cast. It takes a bit to heat up, but once heated it stays hot for hours. Excellent heat retention
A:Stainless much better for wear and cleaning. Also this one has the spigot for easy oil/wter drainage.
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A:Stainless steel is much easier to clean up
A:I recommend the Stainless. It is a little stronger, and keeps the heat better when placing the turkey in the fryer.
A:I can tell you I own both aluminum and stainless steel. I never use the aluminum because of the ease of cleaning the stainless steel. I use the stainless steel quite often and its holding up with no issues. If you get the stainless steel, you will not be disappointed. If you get the aluminum, you'll regret it. There is no difference between the two as far as I'm concerned other than cleaning. Bottom line, you get what you pay for.
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