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Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"

Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"

Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
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Features

  • 477 sq in primary cooking surface
  • 3-piece smoking chamber helps eliminate air loss and maintain temperature
  • Porcelain-coated cooking grates and lid-mounted temperature gauge
  • Firebox with cleanout door and convenient side shelf
  • Dimensions: 54.3 in w x 43.9 in H x 22.7 in D

Description

The Char-Broil 30" offset smoker can be used as both an offset smoker or a charcoal grill. Boasts 477 square" cooking surface, sufficient space for about 16 burgers. Black, powder-coated steel construction. Features lid-mounted temperature Gauge to easily Monitor internal temperature, & porcelain-coated cooking grates for easy cleanup. Firebox features a clean-out door to easily remove ash. New, three-piece smoking chamber construction helps prevent air loss & maintain smoking temperature. Side shelf & bottom shelf offer sufficient storage & prep space, & two 8" wheels for improved mobility.


Product Dimensions 54.3 x 43.9 x 22.7 inches


Item Weight 69.4 pounds


Shipping Weight 76 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer Char Broil


ASIN B074Y9M9BD


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Item model number 18202078


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 165 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #14,692 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #51 in Outdoor Smokers


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Features

  • 477 sq in primary cooking surface
  • 3-piece smoking chamber helps eliminate air loss and maintain temperature
  • Porcelain-coated cooking grates and lid-mounted temperature gauge
  • Firebox with cleanout door and convenient side shelf
  • Dimensions: 54.3 in w x 43.9 in H x 22.7 in D

Description

The Char-Broil 30" offset smoker can be used as both an offset smoker or a charcoal grill. Boasts 477 square" cooking surface, sufficient space for about 16 burgers. Black, powder-coated steel construction. Features lid-mounted temperature Gauge to easily Monitor internal temperature, & porcelain-coated cooking grates for easy cleanup. Firebox features a clean-out door to easily remove ash. New, three-piece smoking chamber construction helps prevent air loss & maintain smoking temperature. Side shelf & bottom shelf offer sufficient storage & prep space, & two 8" wheels for improved mobility.


Product Dimensions 54.3 x 43.9 x 22.7 inches


Item Weight 69.4 pounds


Shipping Weight 76 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer Char Broil


ASIN B074Y9M9BD


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number 18202078


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 165 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #14,692 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #51 in Outdoor Smokers


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This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • 477 sq in primary cooking surface
  • 3-piece smoking chamber helps eliminate air loss and maintain temperature
  • Porcelain-coated cooking grates and lid-mounted temperature gauge
  • Firebox with cleanout door and convenient side shelf
  • Dimensions: 54.3 in w x 43.9 in H x 22.7 in D

Description

The Char-Broil 30" offset smoker can be used as both an offset smoker or a charcoal grill. Boasts 477 square" cooking surface, sufficient space for about 16 burgers. Black, powder-coated steel construction. Features lid-mounted temperature Gauge to easily Monitor internal temperature, & porcelain-coated cooking grates for easy cleanup. Firebox features a clean-out door to easily remove ash. New, three-piece smoking chamber construction helps prevent air loss & maintain smoking temperature. Side shelf & bottom shelf offer sufficient storage & prep space, & two 8" wheels for improved mobility.


Product Dimensions 54.3 x 43.9 x 22.7 inches


Item Weight 69.4 pounds


Shipping Weight 76 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Manufacturer Char Broil


ASIN B074Y9M9BD


California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning


Item model number 18202078


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 165 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #14,692 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #51 in Outdoor Smokers


abunda_amazon_reviews I got this as an early Christmas gift to replace my little vertical smoker that was difficult to hold temperature in (at least for over 6 hours). I wanted something affordable for my first offset but as you'll see, I'm willing to put in work to make it as efficient as possible. First thing I did was research ways to get the best results. One of the first things I did was get high-heat silicone to lay down as I assembled the smoker. That way there's a gasket running along all seams. This thinner stamped steel needs some convincing to limit leaks. Next up was patient assembly. The smoke stack attaches FROM THE INSIDE and again, I used the silicone. Next up I did a few seasoning/ test runs with the water pan (a small brownie pan) I wanted to use in the cooking chamber. I seasoned the inside with vegetable oil and kept the temperatures relatively low (around 250). I also used this opportunity to test smoking. The doors leaked a bunch so I got some high heat gasket tape (specifically made for smokers). The next test was perfect, very little leaking and I found out what I needed to do to hold temperatures best. The next thing I got was a charcoal basket (the cast iron one here on Amazon) to help lift the coals up a bit for mid-smoking ash clean out. All-in-all I ran it 3 times before food went in. This helped cure the paint, season the inside/ grates, and gave me info on how much charcoal to use. First thing I smoked was ribs and I used a classic 3-2-1 method (3 hours smoked bone down, 2 hours wrapped in butcher paper bone up, 1 hour unwrapped bone down with sauce). I only had to re-load the charcoal once but help a very consistent 225 degrees for 6 hours! I used cherry wood chunks and plan on trying out small hickory logs in the future.;;December 9, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Value!;;Goonie;;;Haven't used it yet there are no issues with the chimney... other reviewers are not installing it properly. The chimney is to be put on from the inside the flange goes inside and not outside. You do not need to drill new holes just follow the directions. I will update after I season and use it a few times. Update: one year later Still working great, have smoked a lot of food on it. Not sure about why others paint has been flaking or peeling, my paint still looks as good as day one. Only real complaint is the grate in firebox sits to low for long cooks. I find myself cleaning the ash out a few times on a long cook but not worth losing a star. I have noticed price has gone up, I paid under 100 for it so keep an eye out for a good deal.;;November 19, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;READ THE DIRECTIONS FOR CHIMNEY INSTALL;;Amazon Customer;;;It is a nice size, not too big but large enough for a family of four. Metal is lighter gauge than an Oklahoma Joe but solid enough. May put a sealer around doors to keep smoke in better. Overall, for the price, she works great and I am happy with her! Would advise getting the recommended cover.;;May 22, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great value for the price!;;Capt. Tripps;;;I used the grill 3 times. 2 times as indirect grilling with the main chamber holding the charcoal, but then I used it yesterday as a true offset smoker. I smoked a full brisket for 8 1/2 hours between 207 and 225 degrees. I'll admit, this smoker held the heat better than I expected, but the end result is the picture you see above. The finish became brittle and has chipped. I don't really know how long I will be able to use this, and I don't think I would want to just change the fire box out. I'm most likely going to get a different brand, and splurge a little more. I had a Char Broil offset smoker a while back, and this never happened so I'm wondering if quality control has changed.;;July 14, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Poor finish quality leads to chipping;;Mike De Luna;;;It seems like an ok smoker. However, the chimney would not line up to the holes drilled as the weld spots were too big. So there are gaps, and it doesn’t seal off like it should. And our first use, the “paint” began to bubble. Really disappointed in that. And this bubbling occurred about 3 hours into our first use.;;March 20, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Eh. Bubbling paint on outside and bad welding;;Carrie T.;;;I bought this as a birthday gift for my son, first off there was an assembly issue with the smoke stack/chimney not fitting properly. A drill was required to make new holes. Now it is assembled and being used and the coating is coming off already. I realize that this isn't top of the line but I did expect for it to hold up a little better. Wouldn't buy it again;;June 7, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;I realize that this isn't top of the line but I did expect for it to hold up a little better. Wouldn't buy it;;Candy J. Rotramel;;;On paper (or digital) this smoker looked amazing. It wasn't too large or too small, it was the size and configuration I was looking for. Locally, they were selling for $400 and managed to find it on amazon.com for $135. I'm glad I didn't pay the $400 for it. While the setup instructions were relatively easy to follow, the parts package was well labelled and very easy to follow, the materials on this thing aren't the greatest. I think by definition, it's steel, but I had bent a few pieces when installing things, and the last time I checked I didn't have a red S on my chest. The I-can't-believe-it's-not-steel is a little flimsy and bends easily, so if it's windy outside, I'll be anchoring this down. So, I would give ease of install and labelling of parts 4 or 5 stars, the construction I have to give it a 3. I am not an expert smoker and didn't want to invest a whole lot of money into this until I see how much I will use it, or how often, so I think for the occasional smoking this fit the bill.;;April 1, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30";;NAZ;;;I was looking for something fairly basic but with some kind of defining feature. The offset smoker is definately an added bonus on this piece. i personally like the style as opposed to the traditional square design. I spent a few extra dollars for this in the hopes it would hold up better than some others. my biggest worry was paint failure. the one downside is that these grills just cant withstand the heat necessary to cook. the smell is horrible when it starts to bubble. in hindsight i wish i would have saved up for something a little better. this unit also doesnt seal very well, which i could probably give a pass but the paint thing just ruins it all.;;May 3, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;smoker is cool, paint fails;;Christopher G.

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Goonie - December 9, 2019
Great Value!
I got this as an early Christmas gift to replace my little vertical smoker that was difficult to hold temperature in (at least for over 6 hours). I wanted something affordable for my first offset but as you'll see, I'm willing to put in work to make it as efficient as possible. First thing I did was research ways to get the best results. One of the first things I did was get high-heat silicone to lay down as I assembled the smoker. That way there's a gasket running along all seams. This thinner stamped steel needs some convincing to limit leaks. Next up was patient assembly. The smoke stack attaches FROM THE INSIDE and again, I used the silicone. Next up I did a few seasoning/ test runs with the water pan (a small brownie pan) I wanted to use in the cooking chamber. I seasoned the inside with vegetable oil and kept the temperatures relatively low (around 250). I also used this opportunity to test smoking. The doors leaked a bunch so I got some high heat gasket tape (specifically made for smokers). The next test was perfect, very little leaking and I found out what I needed to do to hold temperatures best. The next thing I got was a charcoal basket (the cast iron one here on Amazon) to help lift the coals up a bit for mid-smoking ash clean out. All-in-all I ran it 3 times before food went in. This helped cure the paint, season the inside/ grates, and gave me info on how much charcoal to use. First thing I smoked was ribs and I used a classic 3-2-1 method (3 hours smoked bone down, 2 hours wrapped in butcher paper bone up, 1 hour unwrapped bone down with sauce). I only had to re-load the charcoal once but help a very consistent 225 degrees for 6 hours! I used cherry wood chunks and plan on trying out small hickory logs in the future.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - November 19, 2018
READ THE DIRECTIONS FOR CHIMNEY INSTALL
Haven't used it yet there are no issues with the chimney... other reviewers are not installing it properly. The chimney is to be put on from the inside the flange goes inside and not outside. You do not need to drill new holes just follow the directions. I will update after I season and use it a few times. Update: one year later Still working great, have smoked a lot of food on it. Not sure about why others paint has been flaking or peeling, my paint still looks as good as day one. Only real complaint is the grate in firebox sits to low for long cooks. I find myself cleaning the ash out a few times on a long cook but not worth losing a star. I have noticed price has gone up, I paid under 100 for it so keep an eye out for a good deal.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Capt. Tripps - May 22, 2018
Great value for the price!
It is a nice size, not too big but large enough for a family of four. Metal is lighter gauge than an Oklahoma Joe but solid enough. May put a sealer around doors to keep smoke in better. Overall, for the price, she works great and I am happy with her! Would advise getting the recommended cover.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike De Luna - July 14, 2019
Poor finish quality leads to chipping
I used the grill 3 times. 2 times as indirect grilling with the main chamber holding the charcoal, but then I used it yesterday as a true offset smoker. I smoked a full brisket for 8 1/2 hours between 207 and 225 degrees. I'll admit, this smoker held the heat better than I expected, but the end result is the picture you see above. The finish became brittle and has chipped. I don't really know how long I will be able to use this, and I don't think I would want to just change the fire box out. I'm most likely going to get a different brand, and splurge a little more. I had a Char Broil offset smoker a while back, and this never happened so I'm wondering if quality control has changed.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Carrie T. - March 20, 2019
Eh. Bubbling paint on outside and bad welding
It seems like an ok smoker. However, the chimney would not line up to the holes drilled as the weld spots were too big. So there are gaps, and it doesn’t seal off like it should. And our first use, the “paint” began to bubble. Really disappointed in that. And this bubbling occurred about 3 hours into our first use.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Candy J. Rotramel - June 7, 2018
I realize that this isn't top of the line but I did expect for it to hold up a little better. Wouldn't buy it
I bought this as a birthday gift for my son, first off there was an assembly issue with the smoke stack/chimney not fitting properly. A drill was required to make new holes. Now it is assembled and being used and the coating is coming off already. I realize that this isn't top of the line but I did expect for it to hold up a little better. Wouldn't buy it again

3.0 out of 5 stars
By NAZ - April 1, 2019
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
On paper (or digital) this smoker looked amazing. It wasn't too large or too small, it was the size and configuration I was looking for. Locally, they were selling for $400 and managed to find it on amazon.com for $135. I'm glad I didn't pay the $400 for it. While the setup instructions were relatively easy to follow, the parts package was well labelled and very easy to follow, the materials on this thing aren't the greatest. I think by definition, it's steel, but I had bent a few pieces when installing things, and the last time I checked I didn't have a red S on my chest. The I-can't-believe-it's-not-steel is a little flimsy and bends easily, so if it's windy outside, I'll be anchoring this down. So, I would give ease of install and labelling of parts 4 or 5 stars, the construction I have to give it a 3. I am not an expert smoker and didn't want to invest a whole lot of money into this until I see how much I will use it, or how often, so I think for the occasional smoking this fit the bill.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Christopher G. - May 3, 2019
smoker is cool, paint fails
I was looking for something fairly basic but with some kind of defining feature. The offset smoker is definately an added bonus on this piece. i personally like the style as opposed to the traditional square design. I spent a few extra dollars for this in the hopes it would hold up better than some others. my biggest worry was paint failure. the one downside is that these grills just cant withstand the heat necessary to cook. the smell is horrible when it starts to bubble. in hindsight i wish i would have saved up for something a little better. this unit also doesnt seal very well, which i could probably give a pass but the paint thing just ruins it all.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Goonie - December 9, 2019
Great Value!
I got this as an early Christmas gift to replace my little vertical smoker that was difficult to hold temperature in (at least for over 6 hours). I wanted something affordable for my first offset but as you'll see, I'm willing to put in work to make it as efficient as possible. First thing I did was research ways to get the best results. One of the first things I did was get high-heat silicone to lay down as I assembled the smoker. That way there's a gasket running along all seams. This thinner stamped steel needs some convincing to limit leaks. Next up was patient assembly. The smoke stack attaches FROM THE INSIDE and again, I used the silicone. Next up I did a few seasoning/ test runs with the water pan (a small brownie pan) I wanted to use in the cooking chamber. I seasoned the inside with vegetable oil and kept the temperatures relatively low (around 250). I also used this opportunity to test smoking. The doors leaked a bunch so I got some high heat gasket tape (specifically made for smokers). The next test was perfect, very little leaking and I found out what I needed to do to hold temperatures best. The next thing I got was a charcoal basket (the cast iron one here on Amazon) to help lift the coals up a bit for mid-smoking ash clean out. All-in-all I ran it 3 times before food went in. This helped cure the paint, season the inside/ grates, and gave me info on how much charcoal to use. First thing I smoked was ribs and I used a classic 3-2-1 method (3 hours smoked bone down, 2 hours wrapped in butcher paper bone up, 1 hour unwrapped bone down with sauce). I only had to re-load the charcoal once but help a very consistent 225 degrees for 6 hours! I used cherry wood chunks and plan on trying out small hickory logs in the future.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - November 19, 2018
READ THE DIRECTIONS FOR CHIMNEY INSTALL
Haven't used it yet there are no issues with the chimney... other reviewers are not installing it properly. The chimney is to be put on from the inside the flange goes inside and not outside. You do not need to drill new holes just follow the directions. I will update after I season and use it a few times. Update: one year later Still working great, have smoked a lot of food on it. Not sure about why others paint has been flaking or peeling, my paint still looks as good as day one. Only real complaint is the grate in firebox sits to low for long cooks. I find myself cleaning the ash out a few times on a long cook but not worth losing a star. I have noticed price has gone up, I paid under 100 for it so keep an eye out for a good deal.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Capt. Tripps - May 22, 2018
Great value for the price!
It is a nice size, not too big but large enough for a family of four. Metal is lighter gauge than an Oklahoma Joe but solid enough. May put a sealer around doors to keep smoke in better. Overall, for the price, she works great and I am happy with her! Would advise getting the recommended cover.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike De Luna - July 14, 2019
Poor finish quality leads to chipping
I used the grill 3 times. 2 times as indirect grilling with the main chamber holding the charcoal, but then I used it yesterday as a true offset smoker. I smoked a full brisket for 8 1/2 hours between 207 and 225 degrees. I'll admit, this smoker held the heat better than I expected, but the end result is the picture you see above. The finish became brittle and has chipped. I don't really know how long I will be able to use this, and I don't think I would want to just change the fire box out. I'm most likely going to get a different brand, and splurge a little more. I had a Char Broil offset smoker a while back, and this never happened so I'm wondering if quality control has changed.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Carrie T. - March 20, 2019
Eh. Bubbling paint on outside and bad welding
It seems like an ok smoker. However, the chimney would not line up to the holes drilled as the weld spots were too big. So there are gaps, and it doesn’t seal off like it should. And our first use, the “paint” began to bubble. Really disappointed in that. And this bubbling occurred about 3 hours into our first use.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Candy J. Rotramel - June 7, 2018
I realize that this isn't top of the line but I did expect for it to hold up a little better. Wouldn't buy it
I bought this as a birthday gift for my son, first off there was an assembly issue with the smoke stack/chimney not fitting properly. A drill was required to make new holes. Now it is assembled and being used and the coating is coming off already. I realize that this isn't top of the line but I did expect for it to hold up a little better. Wouldn't buy it again

3.0 out of 5 stars
By NAZ - April 1, 2019
Char-Broil Offset Smoker, 30"
On paper (or digital) this smoker looked amazing. It wasn't too large or too small, it was the size and configuration I was looking for. Locally, they were selling for $400 and managed to find it on amazon.com for $135. I'm glad I didn't pay the $400 for it. While the setup instructions were relatively easy to follow, the parts package was well labelled and very easy to follow, the materials on this thing aren't the greatest. I think by definition, it's steel, but I had bent a few pieces when installing things, and the last time I checked I didn't have a red S on my chest. The I-can't-believe-it's-not-steel is a little flimsy and bends easily, so if it's windy outside, I'll be anchoring this down. So, I would give ease of install and labelling of parts 4 or 5 stars, the construction I have to give it a 3. I am not an expert smoker and didn't want to invest a whole lot of money into this until I see how much I will use it, or how often, so I think for the occasional smoking this fit the bill.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Christopher G. - May 3, 2019
smoker is cool, paint fails
I was looking for something fairly basic but with some kind of defining feature. The offset smoker is definately an added bonus on this piece. i personally like the style as opposed to the traditional square design. I spent a few extra dollars for this in the hopes it would hold up better than some others. my biggest worry was paint failure. the one downside is that these grills just cant withstand the heat necessary to cook. the smell is horrible when it starts to bubble. in hindsight i wish i would have saved up for something a little better. this unit also doesnt seal very well, which i could probably give a pass but the paint thing just ruins it all.