Smokehouse® Little Chief Top - Load Smoker

Item # WX2-155606

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Smokehouse® Little Chief Top - Load Smoker... smoke up to 25 lbs. of meat or fish!

Smoke or dehydrate up to 25 lbs. of your favorite meat! Marinate for BIGGER taste! Built with durable embossed aluminum construction, this little dandy heats up to 165 degrees for optimal operation.

Simply load up the 4 easy-slide chrome-plated grills and turn on the Smoker. Vented for proper dehydration. Includes free 1 3 / 4 lb. bag of Smokehouse Natural Wood Chips to get you started. Comes with instructions and recipe booklet. No assembly required. Has 120-volt, 250-watt heating element that's powered by your standard 110v house current.

Non-stick 3/8 x 11 x 12" food-grade drying screens sold separately, in packs of 4. Dimensions: 12 1/4 x 12 1/2 x 27 1/8 , weighs 15 lbs.


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