The Chubby model is 22″ wide x 17″ deep x32″ high on the outside with stack, with four shelves and a water pan. It’s fully insulated, and the company claims that it cooks between 225°F and 250°F on about 6-10 pounds of charcoal and that it will maintain this heat for 6-10 hours. It can also be used as a grill. Black outside and stainless inside.
Backwoods Smoker Party model. This unit (second from left) is similar to the Patio, only larger with external dimensions of 19″ wide x 18″ deep x 44″ high. It has six fixed shelves that are 15.5″ x 16.5″ and can handle 15 St. Louis cut slabs. This unit cooks 225-250°F degrees on approximately 8-9 pounds of charcoal. The Party model is said to maintain this heat for 6-7 hours. For larger pieces of meat, more charcoal and water will need to be added.
Backwoods Smoker Fatboy, Competitor, Professional, Competition Hog Cooker, and Whole Hog. These progressively larger and more expensive units have water hookups with automatic fillers. The top three models can optionally have thermostat-controlled gas burners, which take over after charcoal and wood drops below set point, a convection system, and an optional carousel.
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