*** 🇺🇸 PARALLEL IMPORT FROM THE USA! 🇺🇸***
- Heavy-gauge steel construction ensures durability you can trust
- Removable, combination charcoal grate/ash pan for easy clean up
- Dual adjustable air dampers with locking set points for confident temperature control
- 220-square-inch, porcelain-coated grates for rust resistance, durability and easy cleaning
- Professional temperature gauge to accurately monitor heat
- 'Combines with Oklahoma Joe's Barrel Charcoal Grill (if you have one) for easy conversion to offset smoker for increased cooking versatility
- Brand: Oklahoma Joe's
- Colour: Black
- Assembled Product Dimensions (W x D x H):
- 22.60 x 21.60 x 22.70 Inches
- (57.4 x 54.9 x 57.7cm)
- Weight: 26.6kg
- Grate: porcelain coated wire
- Charcoal cooking system
- Assembly required
- Parallel import
2. Use a Charcoal Chimney Starter to heat the coals until they're super smoky.
3. Add some unlit charcoal to the firebox then pour the lit coals from your Charcoal Chimney Starter on top. Open the exhaust and intake to ensure the greatest amount of airflow so you can get it to a good hot heat!
5. Allow the smoker to reach 135-149°C (275-300°F) and smoke for 2-3 hours.
6. Let your smoker cool down. Once your smoker has cooled completely, you're good to go.
The Oklahoma Joes sometimes arrive with cosmetic scratches and, occasionally, with small dings. These are not caused in transit, they happen at the factory and there is little we can do about them. If you are going to be bothered by this, it's best not to buy one of these online - buy from a store and open the box to inspect it before purchase. Just sayin'. Of course, if you buy from us and find that the smoker is not fit for purpose, we will of course refund you and collect it. We want happy customers - we're not here to pull a fast one!
As with almost any smoker, some smoke and heat does leak out of the apertures, which do not close to an air-tight seal naturally. You will need to invest in some high-heat gasket tape to seal these up - it's all part of the interactive fun of tinkering with your smoker to make it your own. (There are whole websites and BBQ community topics dedicated to the modifications and hacks you can make to your smoker to get the most out of it!)
We encourage you to join the NZ Barbecue Pitmasters group on Facebook. They are super-knowledgeable and helpful!