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Masterbuilt Master 10.5-Quart 7-In-1 Smoker and Grill

Item # 401440
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Key Features

  • 10.5-quart cooking pot

  • Temperature gauge control

  • Solid-steel stand, cast-iron burner, aluminum pot

  • 32,000 BTUs

  • Handles remain cool to the touch


Our Price   $149.99

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Product Description
masterbuilt Enjoy maximum versatility in outdoor cooking with the Master 7-in-1 Smoker and Grill. This camp cooker can be used for propane smoking and grilling, charcoal smoking and grilling, as a deep fryer, and for boiling and steaming. The smoker features a durable solid-steel 19" stand, cast-iron burner, porcelain flame disc bowl, 10.5-qt. aluminum pot with lid, basket with drain clip, and thermometer. Lid handles and temperature gauge stay cool to the touch, and a charcoal access door is located on the front of the unit so you can view your culinary creations without opening the lid. 44"H x 22"W. Weight 41 lbs. Some assembly required. One-year warranty.

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Masterbuilt Master 10.5-Quart 7-In-1 Smoker and Grill
 
4.3

(based on 26 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (14)
  • Easy assembly (11)
  • Easy to use (11)
  • Adds flavor (7)
  • Craftsmanship (7)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small gatherings (20)
    • For self/couple (16)
    • Indirect cooking (14)
    • Portable use (13)
    • Large gatherings (7)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Master griller (9), Occasional griller (8), Grilling enthusiast (7)
      • I Am A:
      • Family older kids (7)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Fun right out of the box...

    My fiance' gave me the 7-in-1 smoker for Christmas. When I unwrapped it, I coudn't figure out how they got something that big into a box that small.
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    My fiance' gave me the 7-in-1 smoker for Christmas. When I unwrapped it, I coudn't figure out how they got something that big into a box that small.

    Assembly: While there were a lot of loose parts (i think this has something to do with how they got it into the small box), the instructions were extremely clear and made assembly very simple. All of the nuts / bolts / wingnuts were in conspicuously marked packaging with the part number on the corresponding parts. I think the only tool I ended up using was a Phillips head screwdriver.

    First Use: I set up my new smoker outside and after consulting my future father-in-law (who also has this smoker) decided to season my smoker while cooking some burgers. I picked up some mesquite and hickory chips from the local store and that night after work started my first smoking.

    The burner was easy to light & control... In the instructions they mention to be careful as the smoker will heat up quickly... I did not experience this... probably because I was very cautious not to turn the burner up too high at first, and also because it was below freezing outside! However, I got the smoker up to the appropriate temperature (I was shooting for 225F) and started smoking my burgers.

    The only problem that I encountered during this trial run was the fact that I added WAY TOO MUCH wood to the "flame plate" inside the smoker. As I found out... if you add too much wood and keep the top off for any length of time, it invites a flare-up to occur in the wood which can create extremely high temperatures as the dry chips burn. In my case... I when I saw what happen I just took the top section of the smoker off and set it aside while the chips burned themselves out... no big deal. But in the future... I'll know not to add too much wood at a time.

    When I got the smoker going again with the correct amount of wood, I cooked my burgers at 250F for about 1hr 10 min (checking their temp occasionaly with a digital thermometer)... They turned out great! The meat had a lot of flavor.

    I can't wait to use my new smoker again!

    VS

    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Don't buy this!

    I have used it about 6 times and I feel like it does not function the way it was built for. I used it first as a propane smoker and then tried it as...Read complete review

    I have used it about 6 times and I feel like it does not function the way it was built for. I used it first as a propane smoker and then tried it as charcoal and had many issues with it. Using it as a propane smoker to maintain a temperature of 200 degrees the pilot has to be set low and the flame seems to choke like it needs more air. The pilot easily blows out with the slightest wind gusts. I am scared if I leave the smoker alone for 10 seconds because if a wind gust blows out the pilot propane will build up in the smoker and if a hot ember from the wood sparks my house will blow up. As charcoal I do not like the fact that there is hardly enough room between the water pan and the charcoal bed. I started off with enough red hot coals to give an inch under the water pan and the temperature barely touched 200 degrees. It is impossible to add more coals in the front access door because there is a very small gap between the coal bed and the water pan. All you can fit between the gap is a twig, so I have to take it apart using my ove gloves while it is still hot to add more hot coals.

    Do not Buy and if you do I warned you! I recommend buying smokehollow brand. The burner is brass and has 100% wind shield protection.

    Reviewed by 26 customers

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    5.0

    7 in 1 is fantastic

    By Marc, BBQ Master

    from Oviedo, Fl

    About Me Master Griller

    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indirect Cooking
        • Large Gatherings
        • Small Gatherings

        Comments about Masterbuilt Master 10.5-Quart 7-In-1 Smoker and Grill:

        This is my SECOND 7 in 1, the first one lasted about 10 years. It was referred to me by a co-worker. I use it only for smoking so can't comment on the grilling portion of it. I love it and works super! I've smoked prime rib, pork butts, ribs, and brisket, everything has come out fantastic.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        This my second 7 in 1 grill

        By geomc

        from Central, Pennsylvania

        About Me Master Griller

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • For Self/Couple
            • Great Searing
            • Indirect Cooking
            • Large Gatherings
            • Portable Use
            • Small Gatherings

            Comments about Masterbuilt Master 10.5-Quart 7-In-1 Smoker and Grill:

            This a a replacement for my 1st 7 in 1 which lasted over ten years without any problems. I used it almost daily to cook everything in a meal. I replaced the charcoal pan twice. The grill was stored outside exposed to all weather elements. Finally it just rusted through in a few spots causing a replacement. The cast iron burner worked well right up to the end. I did purchase a cover for the new one. I can't recommend this smoker strongly enough.

             
            5.0

            Love it! Love it! Love it!

            By Striper

            from Madisonville Ky.

            About Me Master Griller

            Pros

            • Adds Flavor
            • Durable
            • Easy To Use
            • Works Efficiently

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • For Self/Couple
              • Indirect Cooking
              • Large Gatherings
              • Small Gatherings

              Comments about Masterbuilt Master 10.5-Quart 7-In-1 Smoker and Grill:

              Easiest smoker I have ever used. Ribs, Chicken, Butts, Briskets, you name it, cooked to perfection! Soak the chips(30 min at least 1 1/2 to 2 cups), wrap them in foil, poke small air vents on top side. Fill the pan with water, (sometimes mix in fruit juice even coke or beer) put the meat on and let her rip! I never worry about flame up, just keep an eye on the water level (never let it go below 1/3 full). The moist moist and delicious BBQ you will put in your mouth!

               
              5.0

              Fun right out of the box...

              By not tryin' to stop smokin'

              from Cornelius, NC

              About Me Grilling Enthusiast

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Adds Flavor

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Masterbuilt Master 10.5-Quart 7-In-1 Smoker and Grill:

                  My fiance' gave me the 7-in-1 smoker for Christmas. When I unwrapped it, I coudn't figure out how they got something that big into a box that small.

                  Assembly: While there were a lot of loose parts (i think this has something to do with how they got it into the small box), the instructions were extremely clear and made assembly very simple. All of the nuts / bolts / wingnuts were in conspicuously marked packaging with the part number on the corresponding parts. I think the only tool I ended up using was a Phillips head screwdriver.

                  First Use: I set up my new smoker outside and after consulting my future father-in-law (who also has this smoker) decided to season my smoker while cooking some burgers. I picked up some mesquite and hickory chips from the local store and that night after work started my first smoking.

                  The burner was easy to light & control... In the instructions they mention to be careful as the smoker will heat up quickly... I did not experience this... probably because I was very cautious not to turn the burner up too high at first, and also because it was below freezing outside! However, I got the smoker up to the appropriate temperature (I was shooting for 225F) and started smoking my burgers.

                  The only problem that I encountered during this trial run was the fact that I added WAY TOO MUCH wood to the "flame plate" inside the smoker. As I found out... if you add too much wood and keep the top off for any length of time, it invites a flare-up to occur in the wood which can create extremely high temperatures as the dry chips burn. In my case... I when I saw what happen I just took the top section of the smoker off and set it aside while the chips burned themselves out... no big deal. But in the future... I'll know not to add too much wood at a time.

                  When I got the smoker going again with the correct amount of wood, I cooked my burgers at 250F for about 1hr 10 min (checking their temp occasionaly with a digital thermometer)... They turned out great! The meat had a lot of flavor.

                  I can't wait to use my new smoker again!

                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Absolutely the best smoker!!!

                  By Pokey The Chef

                  from Allentown, Pa.

                  About Me Master Griller

                  Pros

                  • Adds Flavor
                  • Durable
                  • Easy To Use
                  • Works Efficiently

                  Cons

                  • Mine lasted only 6 years

                  Best Uses

                  • Indirect Cooking
                  • Large Gatherings
                  • Small Gatherings
                  • Turkey frying smoking

                  Comments about Masterbuilt Master 10.5-Quart 7-In-1 Smoker and Grill:

                  I've used mine heavily, (marketed by a competitor, but still the exact same product), for about 6 years and its starting to fall apart! Its rusting away and held together with a prayer, but still smokes 2 5lbs briskets and 17 lbs of country spare ribs without a problem. Only issue is burner clogs easily with rust. Other than that, I'm currently buying a new one!

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                  • Q:

                    Can you use wood with this smoker?
                    Asked on 12/6/2010 by Anonymous

                    0 answers

                  • Q:

                    can you smoke cheese in this?
                    Asked on 12/7/2009 by Anonymous

                    1 answer

                    • A:

                      No. If you want to smoke cheese you must use cold smoke.You'll
                      need a smoker and a smoke box. Check all the smoker sites.
                      good luck

                      Answered on 3/11/2010 by smokey from colorado
                  • Q:

                    Can this smoker be converted to natural gas with a conversion kit?
                    Asked on 11/12/2009 by M.G. from Florida

                    1 answer

                    • A:

                      I don't believe so. I looked into the same thing because my regular gas grill uses natural gas and not propane. I don't think there's a conversion kit that fits. The supplied burner requires the psi's that propane gives off and nat. gas flows at a slower rate. Play it safe and do what I do. Buy a few extra cylinders and rotate through them. Its more convenient that you think. I have 5. Hope this helps and good luck.

                      Answered on 9/16/2010 by Pokey The Chef from Allentown, Pa.
                  • Q:

                    how do you use the propane gas to smoke meat and were do you put the chips
                    Asked on 8/6/2009 by Anonymous

                    0 answers

                  • Q:

                    were do you put the smoker chips when you are using the propane gas for smoking
                    Asked on 8/5/2009 by Anonymous

                    1 answer

                    • A:

                      Smoking chips go on the same pan as the charcoal bricketts. Try using corn cobs to smoke with, they are great.

                      Answered on 8/8/2009 by Mountainman from Virginia
                  • Q:

                    does the masterbuilt 7-in-1 smoker include a water pan and two grills?
                    Asked on 7/9/2009 by Anonymous

                    1 answer

                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Yes a water pan is included with two enameled grills. Very easy to clean and if you spray the grills with Pam, makes cleanup much easier.

                      Answered on 7/21/2009 by Mountain Man from Virginia
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