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Bradley Automated BTIS1 Original Fully Automatic 4-Rack Outdoor Food Smoker

Updated on December 2, 2010

Automated Smokers

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Are you looking for automated outdoor food smoker, or you want to upgrade your current food smoker, and no idea of the kind of smoker to go for, then here is one of the best automated smokers. One of the best automated outdoor food smokers is the Bradley BTS1 fully automated 4 rack outdoor food smoker available online from many stores to choose. The automated outdoor is a consistent temperature smoker with amazing briquette and ribs that you will find great and very economical smoker compare to other smokers

Why buy the Bradley automated smoker: the automated smoker is long lasting and if well taken care of it will last you more than three to four years before replacing with a new one. When buying automated smoker ensure you buy one of the original brands be it automated or charcoal smoker otherwise going for counterfeit smoker will just be an expensive as you would be replacing the smokers quite often

The automated smokers will take you short time when preparing any food and this will save time. The Bradley BTS1 has got the following features

·         4-rack fully automatic food smoker with 2288-cubic-inch stainless-steel interior

·         500-watt cooking element; 125-watt smoking element; heats up to 320 degrees F

·         Door-mounted thermometer; uses wood-flavored bisquettes that burn for 20 minutes each

·         Runs for up to 8 hours before needing to be refueled; tray and drip bowl included

·         Measures 14-1/2 by 17 by 31 inches

Below are some types of smokers that you can either go for if you found the automated smokers not good or you need charcoal smokers then check on the links below


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      Cherri Brown-Jett 7 years ago from Richmond

      I like this hub. I am so use to using smokers outside, I didn't even realize they made stove-top smokers. You give good information in this hub.