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Royal Gourmet CC1830SC Charcoal Grill Offset Smoker with Cover, 811 Square Inches, Black, Outdoor Camping

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  • 811 Square Inches: Includes 443 sq. in. porcelain-enameled steel wire cooking grates, 184 sq. in. chrome-plated warming rack and 184 sq. in. offset smoker.
  • Tasty Smoke Flavors: The offset smoker is firmly attached to grill to ensure good circulation of heat and smoke. Easy to open side door to add charcoal and remove ashes; air vent stokes fire instantly.
  • Adjustable Pan: 2-level height-adjustable charcoal pan creates better heat control and holds up to 4.4 lbs. of coal.
  • Temperature Monitor: Lid-mounted thermometer gauge helps check and monitor the cooking temperature and you can cook with great confidence.
  • Ample Space: Front and side tables offer workspace for seasonings and grilling tools. The bottom shelf provides extra storage space and holds up to only 20 lb. accessories when they are evenly distributed.

Product Dimensions: 53.39 x 27.95 x 48.82 inches

Item Weight: 54.3 pounds

Manufacturer: Royal Gourmet

Country of Origin: China

Item model number: CC1830SC

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  • Good For the Money
Style: Grill
DELIVERY: FIVE STARS. On time and quick. ASSEMBLY: THREE STARS. The usual "What IS that thing in the drawing?" moments. One or two disassemble / reassemble false-starts because the orientation of pieces is not always clear in the drawing. Pieces are not labeled, so you're totally dependent on the drawings. But assembly is extremely easy and can be done in less than an hour with a Philips-head screwdriver. Extra points because they include extra hardware. DESIGN: THREE STARS. It's a good basic unit, not chef's quality by any stretch, but for the price well-designed. The ventilation system is not entirely intuitive and takes some fiddling to master, but you get there in the end. The smoker underachieves a bit. The warming rack has a design flaw in its raise-lower mechanism, and the rack falls down at inopportune moments: I improvised a fix, but this is the biggest engineering fail I've encountered in the unit. (Note: the instructions are particularly vague on the assembly of the warming rack, so I'll go over that again.). There is no good handle with which to maneuver the unit. Does come with a decent canvas cover. Grates are thin (we prefer sturdier cast-iron), but they seem to conduct heat evenly. Metal is thin and light but durable against ordinary stress, and retains heat. PERFORMANCE: FOUR STARS. Again, not chef's quality, but a very good unit for the money. Good heat retention; onboard thermometer is accurate and durable. I haven't tried the smoker yet: but in the grillings I've done so far, there seems to be inadequate draw into the smoker: again, the ventilation isn't entirely intuitive and takes some fiddling. But we're pleased so far. Three stars if it were even thirty dollars more expensive, but at this price, this is a good unit. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 11, 2023 by Otter

  • Tips on assembling the offset side door.
Style: Grill
The media could not be loaded. For earlier models, I can't say if there was a design flaw but on this model, the hinge folds internally and screws to the offset box with the door open. It will fit perfectly and latch correctly. It doesn't lay outward like other reviews show. Also, ALL bolts and screws should be attached by hand initially and barely tight to avoid cross-threading. Once things are in place and square for a section, then tighten with a screwdriver. A power driver may strip threads or warp the metal leading to cracked paint and finish failure upon burn-in. Hope this helps. Happy smoking! I will update after a few uses. I can see the possibility of having to apply grill seals in certain areas to prevent smoke loss. First use update: Followed burn in explicitly-lightly oiled interior, single layer of coals, temp not over 400°, two hours, then cool down. While waiting for charcoal to get ready in the chimney starter, realized the ash pan hangs from the bottom of the hanging charcoal grate, not clear in the instructions. First smoking update: Bacon wrapped shrimp cheese jalapeno poppers! Turned out great! One hour smoke with 15-20 briquets (6 in the offset with 2 chunks of pecan wood and 9 in the main pit), then 5 more to crisp up the bacon for a few minutes. Shrimp was juicy, bacon was crispy and smoky. Post use update: After cool down, removed ashes completely and wiped down grill inside and out. No rust or flaking paint and it was very humid!. Possibilities for why others are having this issue: Overheating the grill during burn in, leaving ashes in the pit (they absorb moisture from the air) The instructions say NEVER to let the grill exceed 400°. I would say If you do, make sure it's for grilling or searing only with the lid open. Side note: Still considering grill seals or high temp caulk. Some smoke escape but still plenty to smoke with. Update 2: Smoked a brisket Thanksgiving weekend. Still no rust or flaking paint. Did an awesome 12 hr cook on it with a mix of pecan wood and briquettes. Will need to clean ashes out half way thru. They were keeping my fire from staying hot during the last half of cooking. Didn't add grill seals, smoke flavoring is fine even with the excess leak. No complaints so far. Totally recommend an inserted thermometer. The included lid thermometer is about 50° higher than the temp an inch away from the meat. Each time, clean ashes out completely, wipe it clean and re-oil inside (at least till it's seasoned good). Only issue was the dripping grease from the brisket drained to the outside right seam instead of the drip hole but that was most likely leveling and operator error. It has been well worth the small price it cost overall. I'd have spent more buying the brisket already smoked from a pit place and I can control the smoke, salt and flavor. Next project: baby back ribs and a smoked chicken for Christmas. Update following... Didn't get to ribs until New Year's day. Have my first sign of any rust. It's on the door to the offset, where the most heat is. I've sanded it down and sprayed it with oil to hold till I have time to clean and cover with high heat grill paint. The main pit is still holding up great, no problems. Full rack of baby back ribs, smoked cabbage and cream cheese and my brisket boats for New Year prosperity and good luck! Update 2/28/23: Haven't gotten around to repainting the area that has started to rust but after steel-wooling off rust and spraying with Pam oil, it hasn't started rusting again. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 5, 2022 by DR DR

  • Great gift
Style: Grill
I gave this grill as a Christmas gift. My granddaughter put it together and her significant other did the cooking. They loved the space they had for cooking.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 5, 2023 by Naz

  • Great product.
Style: Grill
Very good price point for a starter smoker. Easy to assemble. Came in good shape. Came with a grill cover so no need to order one.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 9, 2023 by Kindle Customer

  • Perfect
Style: Grill + Chimney Starter
This was great for our family!
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 6, 2023 by Fallon C

  • Holds up outdoors great purchase
Style: Grill
Bought this for Husbands birthday about half a year ago and it has been great for having friends over We grill probably 2-3 times a month and we still love it. Inexpensive / easy set up for one person Definitely worth it in my opinion
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 11, 2023 by Taylor Willis

  • great design but thin metal
Style: Grill
for the price this is a great beginner offset smoker. but requires lots of attention partially because of the thin metal construction. outside temperature will effect cooking temp more than a stronger build. I've been using this grill every week for about 3 months and the paint is holding up great. I also upgraded the smoker with some grill gasket. I think as long as you take good care (clean out fire box and keep covered) of the grill it will last. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 3, 2022 by jeremy c.

  • Highly Functional, easy to assemble
Style: Grill
Really great grill! No complaints!
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 21, 2023 by Brittany Stitt

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