You absolutely won't believe how easy it is to produce professional-quality smoked or slow-roasted meats, cheeses, fish, and vegetables at home! Now, advanced digital circuitry allows you to precisely regulate the time, temperature, and smoke rate, so you can create mouth-watering flavors with virtually no fuss. The Bradley Digital Smoker burns easy-to-use Bradley Bisquettes (sold separately), which burn cleanly with no flame and self-load into the burner unit. Insulated smoking cabinet can be used at any time of year; 4 removable wire racks allow heat and smoke to circulate evenly. Easy front-loading design; recipe book included. Total cooking surface: 572 square inches; capacity: 2288 cubic inches. Weight: 42.5 lbs. Manufacturer's one year warranty.
Bradley Flavor Bisquettes® are sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-610-003-20
Digital perfection -- take the guesswork out of smoking your favorite foods!
Rated 1 out of 5 by kbob dont expect good customer service
I got the Bradley 4 rack digital electric smoker for Christmas this year worked great the first three times I used it the fourth time went to plug it in and it wouldn't work I called Bradley customer service and explained to them what was going on the agreed to send me a new part I asked them if they were going to overnight the part seen as how I had a bunch of meat ready to smoke for some reason they couldn't after I had spent over $400 on a smoker that didn't even last a month they couldn't overnight the part
January 15, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by PSnapp Smoker Great - Controller disappointing
As far as the smoker itself I would give it 5 stars. It does a wonderful job and is well built. The reason I gave this item 3 stars is that the digital controller is a compelete waste of money. It is a very cheap full on or full off controller that will overshoot and undershoot the target temperature by as much as 30 degrees. I would recommend buying the original, non digital smoker and use the money saved to purchase an Auber Temperature controller. The investment would be the same and then you would have a unit that works the way it is advertised. I did this and now everthing is just perfect.
January 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bradleyfan Almost the best smoker ever
The best one would be the six rack smoker. I use it all the time. I have smoked all kinds of things. The only thing that regret is not getting the six rack. I have had it for four monthes. Always use a digital meat thermometer.
December 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by califorsmoker best smoker
I recieved my smoker and put it together in 15 minutes. The directions are easy to follow for breaking it in and for smoking.This was the first time I had used a smoker so I did not have high hopes for my turkey.I cooked a 13lb. turkey following the bradley cooking instuctions for about 7 hrs. and it came out perfect,very moist and the perfect amount of smoke flavor.The only draw back is you have to use the bradley wood chips with their smoker they are a little pricey
December 12, 2012
As a general safety rule, and for your comfort........outside is much safer and your don't want to smoke up your residence. Ideally but not absolutely, in an area that is not to windy and out of the rain. This just makes your smoking temperature and monitoring consistant and simplified.
It can be used inside but I would not recommend it for safety reasons, and also only the electric model. Definetly dont run the smoke side of the smoker inside closed doors or your house or garage will definatly suffer smoke damage.
Only if you want the inside of your house to smell like smoke. A smoker cooks the meat at a very low temp, but produces a tremendous amount of smoke to help with the cooking/flavoring of the meat. Smokers are definitely for outdoor use only.