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Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker

Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker

Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker 18 Inch Smoker
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Features

  • Your purchase includes: One Weber 18-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker, Charcoal Smoker + Cover
  • Item overall dimensions: 19" W x 21" D x 41" H. Item weight: 47 lbs
  • Cooking Grid Dimensions 17 1/2 X 17 1/2". Main Grilling Area 240 Sq. Inches. Total Grilling Area 481 Sq. Inches
  • Easy assembly required, instructions avaialable in User Guide attachment.
  • Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker reaches approximadetely 190°F inside temperature
  • 3D interactive assembly instructions for this product are available through the free BILT app.

Description

The first bite of tender, fall-off-the-bone meat makes taking it low-and-slow worth every moment. The Smokey Mountain Cooker™ smoker has two cooking grates for smoking multiple items at once, and easily adjustable dampers for precision heat control. There’s nothing quite like waiting all day for dinner.


Product Dimensions 21 x 19 x 41 inches


Item Weight 39.1 pounds


Department Outdoor Living


Manufacturer Weber


ASIN B001I8ZTJ0


Item model number 721001


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,411 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,685 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #14 in Outdoor Smokers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


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Features

  • Your purchase includes: One Weber 18-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker, Charcoal Smoker + Cover
  • Item overall dimensions: 19" W x 21" D x 41" H. Item weight: 47 lbs
  • Cooking Grid Dimensions 17 1/2 X 17 1/2". Main Grilling Area 240 Sq. Inches. Total Grilling Area 481 Sq. Inches
  • Easy assembly required, instructions avaialable in User Guide attachment.
  • Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker reaches approximadetely 190°F inside temperature
  • 3D interactive assembly instructions for this product are available through the free BILT app.

Description

The first bite of tender, fall-off-the-bone meat makes taking it low-and-slow worth every moment. The Smokey Mountain Cooker™ smoker has two cooking grates for smoking multiple items at once, and easily adjustable dampers for precision heat control. There’s nothing quite like waiting all day for dinner.


Product Dimensions 21 x 19 x 41 inches


Item Weight 39.1 pounds


Department Outdoor Living


Manufacturer Weber


ASIN B001I8ZTJ0


Item model number 721001


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,411 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,685 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #14 in Outdoor Smokers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Your purchase includes: One Weber 18-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker, Charcoal Smoker + Cover
  • Item overall dimensions: 19" W x 21" D x 41" H. Item weight: 47 lbs
  • Cooking Grid Dimensions 17 1/2 X 17 1/2". Main Grilling Area 240 Sq. Inches. Total Grilling Area 481 Sq. Inches
  • Easy assembly required, instructions avaialable in User Guide attachment.
  • Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker reaches approximadetely 190°F inside temperature
  • 3D interactive assembly instructions for this product are available through the free BILT app.

Description

The first bite of tender, fall-off-the-bone meat makes taking it low-and-slow worth every moment. The Smokey Mountain Cooker™ smoker has two cooking grates for smoking multiple items at once, and easily adjustable dampers for precision heat control. There’s nothing quite like waiting all day for dinner.


Product Dimensions 21 x 19 x 41 inches


Item Weight 39.1 pounds


Department Outdoor Living


Manufacturer Weber


ASIN B001I8ZTJ0


Item model number 721001


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 2,411 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #4,685 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #14 in Outdoor Smokers


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


abunda_amazon_reviews First off after reading all the reviews I was convinced to go with the 22inch version and call it a day. That would have been a big mistake - that is the problem with buying products online, you don't get a sense of the product. Fortunately I have a bbq shop near my home that stocks the 22 & I can tell you it is huge (like a New York style round trashcan) and heavy (50-60 pounds?) Looks like more for commercial purposes than home cooking. Once I saw that monstrosity, I realized my choice was between the 18&14 inch size. After much research and measuring, I realized the 18 inch version was too big as well (& must be equally heavy) - the 18 inch seems like the right size for someone who entertains for 40+ people regularly - overkill for someone wanting to invite his family over or cook for his own family. To put it in perspective, you can fit two pork butts on the 14 and 4 butts on the 18 - I recently did one butt and had enough pulled pork for 6 adults and 6 kids, and there were left overs that could have fed at least one more family (2 adults and 2 kids) - this means I can feed 12-16 with one butt and 24-32 with 2 on the 14 - more than enough. There is a reason Weber started making the 14" again - it is perfect for a small gathering. Also, the 14 uses less fuel and will cost less per use in the long run (for example if you smoke 2 butts in the 18 (versus its capacity of 4) u need to use more fuel because of the bigger space to heat up. Remember the unit is engineered/designed for use of Both racks (which makes the 18 more efficient for 4 pork butts versus the 22 for example). Another bonus is the 14 kept the temperature very consistent and did not overheat like some have noticed with the bigger models (must be all that charcoal) Finally the 14 is portable (and used around the world by bbq teams that compete) and easier to clean given its smaller footprint. My 14 had enough room for us to cook a slab of 5 pound brisket bought at our local warehouse club and an entire slab of baby back ribs cut up into 3 parts. The ribs were perfect and moist - the brisket was perfectly smoked and tender. I did this for my family and we could have easily fed another 8 people. Using the minion method of heating coal (in middle area) there is was enough fuel for an overnight cook 13+ hours at 200-210. I couldn't be happier with the 14inch size and am convinced it was the right call as it is efficient and portable. As a bonus cleaning it was easy as well. If you are on the fence, go with the 14" and use the 100 bucks saved on accessories and food. You will thank me as the others are overkill unless you have a business or cook regularly for 40 (18") or 70 people (22"). Happy smoking!;;Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;14inch is way to go, 22 & 18 too big;;EU;;;I’d go with the 18” at a minimum. I relied on a couple reviews that said 18” was more than they needed. This unit is pretty darn small. If you only do port butts, fine, but no way you can do a full pork belly or spatchcock turkey or big rib rack on the 14. I did not even take this unit out of box. I could tell the grates were too small for pretty much anything I want to cook. I’m sure it works great but it’s pretty limited due to the size. Draw a 14” circle on a piece of paper and if you first reaction is “that’s too small”, like me, get the 18 or 22.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;14 is pretty small. I switched to the 18 once I saw it.;;William;;;This thing is the bomb if properly configured. Here are my Mods: Replace factory thermometer with 4 inch River Country thermometer BBQ Gaskets gasket mod for the lid Cajun Bandit Door and Coal Ring WSM Water Pan Cover Weber 7440 Additional Charcoal Grate (This helps the charcoal to burn longer) UnKnown BBQ Hinge Kit for the Lid Weber 8835 Hinged Cooking Grate Weber 7403 Charcoal Briquet Holders Char-Broil 18 inch Additional Cooking Grate Phil-in-Florence Ultimate Mod on YouTube FireBoard with 20 CFM Fan for Auto Temp Control As you can see the WSM is like a Tacoma or Jeep - its been around long enough that people have come up with new and innovative ways to enhance the basic WSM cooker. My Mods allow you to use the WSM as a smoker or as a direct/indirect grill. The FireBoard and Cajun Bandit charcoal ring allow for overnight cooks and sleeping at the same time. Longest cook so far is 18 hours using Kingsford Blue. PROS - 22.5 is the perfect size because of fuel capacity. You don't skimp on charcoal when buying $60 brisket. Versatile - Can be used as a grill or smoker with appropriate mods. Your friends and family will like you more simply because of the food... CONS - The side access door is flimsy.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best Family Smoker on God's Green Earth;;OverACliff

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By EU - Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2016
14inch is way to go, 22 & 18 too big
First off after reading all the reviews I was convinced to go with the 22inch version and call it a day. That would have been a big mistake - that is the problem with buying products online, you don't get a sense of the product. Fortunately I have a bbq shop near my home that stocks the 22 & I can tell you it is huge (like a New York style round trashcan) and heavy (50-60 pounds?) Looks like more for commercial purposes than home cooking. Once I saw that monstrosity, I realized my choice was between the 18&14 inch size. After much research and measuring, I realized the 18 inch version was too big as well (& must be equally heavy) - the 18 inch seems like the right size for someone who entertains for 40+ people regularly - overkill for someone wanting to invite his family over or cook for his own family. To put it in perspective, you can fit two pork butts on the 14 and 4 butts on the 18 - I recently did one butt and had enough pulled pork for 6 adults and 6 kids, and there were left overs that could have fed at least one more family (2 adults and 2 kids) - this means I can feed 12-16 with one butt and 24-32 with 2 on the 14 - more than enough. There is a reason Weber started making the 14" again - it is perfect for a small gathering. Also, the 14 uses less fuel and will cost less per use in the long run (for example if you smoke 2 butts in the 18 (versus its capacity of 4) u need to use more fuel because of the bigger space to heat up. Remember the unit is engineered/designed for use of Both racks (which makes the 18 more efficient for 4 pork butts versus the 22 for example). Another bonus is the 14 kept the temperature very consistent and did not overheat like some have noticed with the bigger models (must be all that charcoal) Finally the 14 is portable (and used around the world by bbq teams that compete) and easier to clean given its smaller footprint. My 14 had enough room for us to cook a slab of 5 pound brisket bought at our local warehouse club and an entire slab of baby back ribs cut up into 3 parts. The ribs were perfect and moist - the brisket was perfectly smoked and tender. I did this for my family and we could have easily fed another 8 people. Using the minion method of heating coal (in middle area) there is was enough fuel for an overnight cook 13+ hours at 200-210. I couldn't be happier with the 14inch size and am convinced it was the right call as it is efficient and portable. As a bonus cleaning it was easy as well. If you are on the fence, go with the 14" and use the 100 bucks saved on accessories and food. You will thank me as the others are overkill unless you have a business or cook regularly for 40 (18") or 70 people (22"). Happy smoking!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By William - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2017
14 is pretty small. I switched to the 18 once I saw it.
I’d go with the 18” at a minimum. I relied on a couple reviews that said 18” was more than they needed. This unit is pretty darn small. If you only do port butts, fine, but no way you can do a full pork belly or spatchcock turkey or big rib rack on the 14. I did not even take this unit out of box. I could tell the grates were too small for pretty much anything I want to cook. I’m sure it works great but it’s pretty limited due to the size. Draw a 14” circle on a piece of paper and if you first reaction is “that’s too small”, like me, get the 18 or 22.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By OverACliff - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2018
Best Family Smoker on God's Green Earth
This thing is the bomb if properly configured. Here are my Mods: Replace factory thermometer with 4 inch River Country thermometer BBQ Gaskets gasket mod for the lid Cajun Bandit Door and Coal Ring WSM Water Pan Cover Weber 7440 Additional Charcoal Grate (This helps the charcoal to burn longer) UnKnown BBQ Hinge Kit for the Lid Weber 8835 Hinged Cooking Grate Weber 7403 Charcoal Briquet Holders Char-Broil 18 inch Additional Cooking Grate Phil-in-Florence Ultimate Mod on YouTube FireBoard with 20 CFM Fan for Auto Temp Control As you can see the WSM is like a Tacoma or Jeep - its been around long enough that people have come up with new and innovative ways to enhance the basic WSM cooker. My Mods allow you to use the WSM as a smoker or as a direct/indirect grill. The FireBoard and Cajun Bandit charcoal ring allow for overnight cooks and sleeping at the same time. Longest cook so far is 18 hours using Kingsford Blue. PROS - 22.5 is the perfect size because of fuel capacity. You don't skimp on charcoal when buying $60 brisket. Versatile - Can be used as a grill or smoker with appropriate mods. Your friends and family will like you more simply because of the food... CONS - The side access door is flimsy.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By EU - Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2016
14inch is way to go, 22 & 18 too big
First off after reading all the reviews I was convinced to go with the 22inch version and call it a day. That would have been a big mistake - that is the problem with buying products online, you don't get a sense of the product. Fortunately I have a bbq shop near my home that stocks the 22 & I can tell you it is huge (like a New York style round trashcan) and heavy (50-60 pounds?) Looks like more for commercial purposes than home cooking. Once I saw that monstrosity, I realized my choice was between the 18&14 inch size. After much research and measuring, I realized the 18 inch version was too big as well (& must be equally heavy) - the 18 inch seems like the right size for someone who entertains for 40+ people regularly - overkill for someone wanting to invite his family over or cook for his own family. To put it in perspective, you can fit two pork butts on the 14 and 4 butts on the 18 - I recently did one butt and had enough pulled pork for 6 adults and 6 kids, and there were left overs that could have fed at least one more family (2 adults and 2 kids) - this means I can feed 12-16 with one butt and 24-32 with 2 on the 14 - more than enough. There is a reason Weber started making the 14" again - it is perfect for a small gathering. Also, the 14 uses less fuel and will cost less per use in the long run (for example if you smoke 2 butts in the 18 (versus its capacity of 4) u need to use more fuel because of the bigger space to heat up. Remember the unit is engineered/designed for use of Both racks (which makes the 18 more efficient for 4 pork butts versus the 22 for example). Another bonus is the 14 kept the temperature very consistent and did not overheat like some have noticed with the bigger models (must be all that charcoal) Finally the 14 is portable (and used around the world by bbq teams that compete) and easier to clean given its smaller footprint. My 14 had enough room for us to cook a slab of 5 pound brisket bought at our local warehouse club and an entire slab of baby back ribs cut up into 3 parts. The ribs were perfect and moist - the brisket was perfectly smoked and tender. I did this for my family and we could have easily fed another 8 people. Using the minion method of heating coal (in middle area) there is was enough fuel for an overnight cook 13+ hours at 200-210. I couldn't be happier with the 14inch size and am convinced it was the right call as it is efficient and portable. As a bonus cleaning it was easy as well. If you are on the fence, go with the 14" and use the 100 bucks saved on accessories and food. You will thank me as the others are overkill unless you have a business or cook regularly for 40 (18") or 70 people (22"). Happy smoking!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By William - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2017
14 is pretty small. I switched to the 18 once I saw it.
I’d go with the 18” at a minimum. I relied on a couple reviews that said 18” was more than they needed. This unit is pretty darn small. If you only do port butts, fine, but no way you can do a full pork belly or spatchcock turkey or big rib rack on the 14. I did not even take this unit out of box. I could tell the grates were too small for pretty much anything I want to cook. I’m sure it works great but it’s pretty limited due to the size. Draw a 14” circle on a piece of paper and if you first reaction is “that’s too small”, like me, get the 18 or 22.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By OverACliff - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2018
Best Family Smoker on God's Green Earth
This thing is the bomb if properly configured. Here are my Mods: Replace factory thermometer with 4 inch River Country thermometer BBQ Gaskets gasket mod for the lid Cajun Bandit Door and Coal Ring WSM Water Pan Cover Weber 7440 Additional Charcoal Grate (This helps the charcoal to burn longer) UnKnown BBQ Hinge Kit for the Lid Weber 8835 Hinged Cooking Grate Weber 7403 Charcoal Briquet Holders Char-Broil 18 inch Additional Cooking Grate Phil-in-Florence Ultimate Mod on YouTube FireBoard with 20 CFM Fan for Auto Temp Control As you can see the WSM is like a Tacoma or Jeep - its been around long enough that people have come up with new and innovative ways to enhance the basic WSM cooker. My Mods allow you to use the WSM as a smoker or as a direct/indirect grill. The FireBoard and Cajun Bandit charcoal ring allow for overnight cooks and sleeping at the same time. Longest cook so far is 18 hours using Kingsford Blue. PROS - 22.5 is the perfect size because of fuel capacity. You don't skimp on charcoal when buying $60 brisket. Versatile - Can be used as a grill or smoker with appropriate mods. Your friends and family will like you more simply because of the food... CONS - The side access door is flimsy.