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  1. #1
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    Default Bradley Digital Smoker 4 Rack

    Is this any good? There on sale and I was thinking of getting one.
    I will still use my Offset smoker most of the time, but this would be a easy smoker for small stuff.. A set and forget it smoker..

    thanks..
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    I just saw this post today. I hope it's not too late. I have a Bradley, digital 4 rack and love it. They're great for quick smokes, cold smoking and small smokes. Check out my posts if you want to see what it's capable of doing.

    I am planning on getting a charcoal smoker later this month, but will be keeping the Bradley as well.
    Dawn

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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by seaham358 View Post
    Is this any good? There on sale and I was thinking of getting one.
    I will still use my Offset smoker most of the time, but this would be a easy smoker for small stuff.. A set and forget it smoker..

    thanks..
    Does it have an electrical plug?
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    I don't know what the actual temp is, but it cooks the way I want it to, so I don't guess it really matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishteabear View Post
    I just saw this post today. I hope it's not too late. I have a Bradley, digital 4 rack and love it. They're great for quick smokes, cold smoking and small smokes. Check out my posts if you want to see what it's capable of doing.

    I am planning on getting a charcoal smoker later this month, but will be keeping the Bradley as well.

    When you do cold smokes, how do you get the pucks hot enough to make smoke w/o exceeding 90° in the unit for the cold smoke?

  5. #5
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    When you have one supplier for those wooden pucks I stay away.
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  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    When you do cold smokes, how do you get the pucks hot enough to make smoke w/o exceeding 90° in the unit for the cold smoke?
    The digital has a seperate heating unit for the pucks. I can burn the pucks without turning the heater on in the unit.

    During the winter there is no problem with the inside getting too hot.

    This summer I cold smoked some brie when it was 90o and no shade. The inside temp started to rise too high so I put a bowl of ice cubes inside the unit. I've also cracked open the door a bit to help keep the temps low.
    Dawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by jminion View Post
    When you have one supplier for those wooden pucks I stay away.
    You can get the pucks all over the internet. I know of at least 5 different places to get them. Quite a few times Amazon has had a buy 3 get 1 free offer for them.
    Dawn

    Bradley Digital Smoker - to start with

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by irishteabear View Post
    You can get the pucks all over the internet. I know of at least 5 different places to get them. Quite a few times Amazon has had a buy 3 get 1 free offer for them.
    Dawn, I think what Jim is referring to is the fact that ultimately, they all come from Bradley, and they then own a monopoly on them.

  9. #9
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    Could be. Although I do know that on the Bradley user forums there is a thread on how you can make your own pucks. I haven't tried it yet.
    Dawn

    Bradley Digital Smoker - to start with

  10. #10
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    Personally, I don't think a home user's use factor is enough to worry about cost of pucks. On the other hand, when you burn up as many BTUs as Jim does, it's a definite consideration.

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