Electric Smokers Review

The principle of electric smokers is that they are fully controllable and that you don't need to tend them all the time. It's about the balance between clean and easy versus versatility.

You can go out for the day and not worry that you might return home to a dormant smoker. Even better still you can smoke through the night safe in the knowledge that you won’t have to set the alarm to check on proceedings.

If you really want to get into the finer points of the art of hot smoking such as using different flavors of wood chip or learn how to get a wonderful pink smoke ring for example then you need to look elsewhere for something more rudimentary such as a charcoal smoker or a wood fired smoker. Learn more about the smoke ring and what causes it.

But if you are considering buying one then read on and we'll discuss the pros and cons, the top selling products and most importantly where to buy them cost effectively.

The Advantages Of Electricity:

  • It's clean, both from a point of view of your equipment and also some methods of electricity generation. Most electric smokers use what's commonly referred to as a bisquette (a compacted tablet of wood chips) or wood pellets (compacted sawdust). The bisquette or wood pellet is fed onto a heated electric element which smoulders and produces smoke. In other words, no charcoal, no burners, no mess.

Note:- In the case of wood pellet burners the heat element also ignites the pellets to burn them and produce heat.

Bradley Digital Smoker
  • Electricity provides pure heat without any bi-products. There's smoke with charcoal and a gas burner also produces carbon dioxide and water ans bi-products of combustion.
  • It's easy to control. Indeed on many commercially manufactured electric smokers there's usually a scaled dial just as you find on a kitchen hob. In a charcoal or gas smoker you are using a single heat source to produce heat and smoke, with electricity you have control over these two independently. Think of an electric smoker as an oven with separate smoke generating equipment. To this end you can set the temperature of the oven, set the rate of smoke production and walk away. Generally electric smokers give consistent results every time.
  • Electricity also gives you an instant response. Flick the switch and you're ready to go.

The Disadvantages:

  • Electricity is dangerous and extra care needs to be taken with outdoor use. If your electricity socket is external, make sure it's a safety socket otherwise use a socket inside your house. Don't use extension cables because not only does this increase the risks, you may also suffer from a voltage drop. In any event any cable lying on the ground represents a trip hazard.
  • Also ensure that your smoker in on concrete – both fireproof and a poor conductor of electricity.
  • Electricity and water don't mix. Electric smokers are not designed for use in the rain.
  • At the risk of making a subjective comment, is it right to say that because it's so controllable, it actually takes some of the fun away? The vast majority of electric smokers look like boxes rather than your traditional offset smoker. Traeger & GMG  being notable exceptions to the rule.
  • If the heating element in the unit simply kicks out heat then you won't get a good smoke ring because the smoke ring is caused by the nitrogen oxide emitted during high temperature combustion of wood. This doesn't however alter the flavour

Brands Available

Some of the more popular electric barbecue smokers are listed below.

If you've thought about buying an electric smoker because of the convenience angle then I hope that my review will help you make your decision.


Bradley Electric Smokers

Bradley electric smokers are marketed at both the domestic user and commercial so whether you are a huntsman or a fisherman who likes for eat what’s been caught or a butcher of deli, in theory there’s a Bradley BBQ smoker in the range for you.

This is the Stainless Steel Smoker

The key feature of the Bradley smoker is the bisquette unit that makes for a consistent repeatable process time after time. This will clearly be important if running your smoker for commercial purposes and for the domestic smoker, it does mean it's hassle free, no more constant tending of the coals, just set it and forget it.

That said, Bradley smokers will not give you a smoke ring.

Bradley is still a family run business, second generation. Back in the 1970s, so legend would have it, a deal was struck between Mr. Bradley Senior and a master food smoker. In exchange for teaching the master smoker how to catch salmon he would show Mr Bradley how to smoke the fish. Evidently the master smoker learned how to catch salmon and Mr Bradley learned the secret to food smoking – ‘Control the smoke, plain and simple.’ If not for this agreement there would be no Bradley company and no Bradley smoker.

These electric smokers automatically produce clean, cool smoke for up to eight hours safely and without supervision. The key is the self-loading Flavor Bisquettes™ that produce continuous smoke and are then extinguished automatically to prevent formation of gases and acids that distort taste’.

The basic smoker looks like a fridge with a smoke unit attached to the side. The bisquettes are automatically fed in and the unit will create a smoke environment for up to 8 hours.

The downside to the bisquettes is that you really do have to buy Bradley's own brand of wood chips which at their prices makes running costs at $2 per hour more expensive than perhaps another electric smoker. Likewise, if Bradley ever went out of business then you'd be stuck with a smoker and no bisquettes so no way of creating smoke.

You can of course make your own bisquettes. I found this video on You Tube that explains how to do it but unless you're into DIY in a big way then it's probably not for you.

There are 9 flavors of bisquette which should be enough to keep most folks happy but if you want to experiment with many flavors of wood chip then you might find this too restricting.

The remains of the bisquettes drop into the drip tray, again making for a easy cookout and easy clean up but at the same time there's no way that you can use any of the drip tray for gravy.

Between the food racks and the heater element is a smoke deflector baffle plate, this stops drips from the food soiling the heater. Sadly it doesn't stop the drips landing on the bisquette heater and this can get "mushed up" and you get incomplete combustion of the bisquette. It also means that every once in a while you have to scrape the bisquette heater to ensure that the heat is getting through to the bisquette. It's not difficult, a spade head screw driver does the trick - it's just a pain.

It all fits together really easily and logically. I have a digital version and had it up and running for the first time within 30 minutes of unpacking.

The general consensus is that when it comes to cold smoking or at temperatures up to 240ºF (120ºC) then this unit is hard to beat although I have to dispute this. My experience is that even when set at the maximum temperature my Bradley rarely tops 212ºF (100ºC), this can make smoking pork butts a bit of a chore and if you want to do things at higher temperatures such as 300ºF or 150ºC so that you can crisp up the skin of poultry then look elsewhere, this smoker is not for you.

Note that the heater element is in the bottom of the unit so items on the bottom shelf do tend to get "cooked" a lot quicker than those elsewhere.

I find that getting it up to temperature can be quite a slow process, especially when the unit is full. Initially I complained to Bradley and they sent me a new heater element stating "The heater elements sometime fail and as a matter of course should be changed annually" - something that I didn't factor into my running costs.

Other points to note include the fact that the amount of smoke produced is quite intense so take care when
a) locating the unit and
b) stand well back after immediately opening the door whilst cooking.

Clean down is fairly simple:

  • Remove the racks and scrub
  • Remove the baffle plate, soak and scrub
  • Empty the bisquette collection bowl and wipe out

I have experienced a couple of error messages with my digital smoker and this might save you some time:

Error message "E" coupled with a bleeping sound - this means that there is an error with the bisquette feed mechanism. Take the box apart and use a hair-dryer to blow away any dust around the small grey feed control box, check that all wire connections are good and try again. If this doesn't work, you will probably have to replace the grey box.

Error message "EI" again coupled with a bleeping sound - check the cable between the control unit and the smoker, remove the single jack cable, turn it around and plug it back in again. This usually does the trick.

Finally a good piece of news if these tips don't work. The Bradley customer service is manned by real human beings and they are responsive to resolving issues. In fact I've found them to be very helpful.

Where To Buy


The Standard Smoker

  • Automatic smoke generator
  • temperature is adjustable up to 320° F. The internal cooking area is nearly 3.3 square feet.
  • Size: 31-1/4" x 24" x 14-3/4".
  • Available in Stainless Steel or Black
  • Provides eight hours of smoke without refilling
  • Electric heat element

Use this link to buy from Amazon


The Digital Smoker

The top of the Bradley smoker range now is also digitally controlled for the cooking time, smoking time etc so perfect results every time and it really does mean that you can set it and forget it. They digital smoker comes in two sizes, one of 76 liter capacity (4 rack) and the other of 108 liter capacity (6 rack).

4 Rack

  • Size - 18 x 20 x 34 inches with generator on side
  • Weight 43 pounds
  • Exterior is of powder epoxy steel
  • Full Digital Control
  • 4 Cooking Racks (11" X 13" cooking space each)
  • 8 hours of controlled cool smoke
  • Cooks meat, chicken, pork and fish
  • 9 different flavors of hardwoods

6 Rack

  • Size - 17”W x 14”D x 39”HT - 24"W with Generator on side
  • Weight 71 pounds
  • Exterior is of powder epoxy steel
  • Full Digital Control
  • 6 Cooking Racks (11" X 13" cooking space each)
  • 8 hours of controlled cool smoke
  • Comes with Rectangular Tray and Drip Bowl
  • Cooks meat, chicken, pork and fish
  • 9 different flavors of hardwoods

Use this link to buy now from Amazon



The Smoke Generating Unit

Bradley also sell the smoke unit independently so that you can make your own smoke house. I’ve got an old fridge in the garage so that may be my project for the winter!

Click here to buy a smoke generating unit

The bisquettes come in all the “usual” flavours in packs of 48 or 120. For a guide on which woods are best suited to which foods click here

Choose Your Bradley Smoker Bisquettes

Brinkmann Electric Smokers

Brinkmann Bullet Smokers

Brinkmann Gourmet Smoker

The Brinkmann bullet smoker consists of an electrical element for the heat provision topped off with lava chunks onto which you place the wood chips for smoke generation. There's then a water bath and food racks on top of that. Diagrammatically shown below this is a simple system that should work a treat.

Brinkmann electric smokers hold up to 50lbs of meat, they all have a 1500 Watt heat element and "stay cool" handles. All models have an outside diameter of 17 inches. The main differences between models are the height, whether they have a hinged front door and the color and on that basis some appear to be better value than others but frankly I'm not a fan.

Here are the negatives:

  • They are made of cheap thin metal. Whilst it might cook at the right temperature in the Summer, it won't get up to temperature in the depths of Winter. I've heard some stories of "lagging" the outside with a hot water cylinder jacket to maintain cooking temperature but if I buy a smoker I expect it to work.
  • There is no option to regulate the temperature, it's just on or off. A nightmare when you consider this coupled with my first point
  • There's no thermometer gauge

Sadly Brinkmann appear to be yet another barbecue manufacturer that has chosen Chinese manufacturing using the cheapest materials rather than high quality and it shows.

If you really want to buy one then you'll find the best price at Amazon but I wouldn't waste my money on something that only half works.


Charbroil

Char-Broil has been making gas grills since 1948 and is now America's oldest and largest grill brand. They are headquartered in Georgia but (here we go again) their grills and smokers are manufactured in Shekou, Guangdong Province, China.

I've nothing against Chinese manufacturing per se but when it's coupled with cheap construction materials and a lowest cost manufacturing mentality then it's a recipe for disaster. Whatever happened to quality?

We haven't recently had the opportunity to use any Charbroil electric smokers recently so my comments follow conversations whilst out and about swapping stories with other smoke enthusiasts.

Some of the units are poorly insulated and don't get up to temperature.

Cheap components mean regular stories of unreliability and failure.

The only positives I hear are that the components are dishwasher safe, some consolation.

An electric smoker should be "set and forget" yet I hear many people saying that they need time to learn how to use their smoker. They're not for me but they are competitively priced so if you need something cheap click here to view the Charbroil range.


Cookshack Electric Smokers

The Cookshack smoker range is proudly built in Ponca City, OK in the USA and as soon as you catch eye of it you can see that these babies are just as much aimed at the commercial market as the backyard smoker.

In addition to what you see below, Cookshack also produce a range with the Fast Eddy's branding. What's the difference? The Fast Eddy models use the wood pellets in the oven heating process and this guarantees a great smoke ring. In fact the Fast Eddy range is so good and so consistent that some have tried to get it banned from competitions!

Looking somewhat like a stainless steel ‘safe’ these smokers are ‘top of the charts’ when it comes to customer votes offering both the performance of a competition barbecue with very little of the effort. A great all-rounder...for sure they are more money than the Bradley...but at least they work!

The Smokette Elite

The 850 degree Spin-Glass insulation keeps this unit safe and cool on the outside. An electronic controller provides perfect smoke cooking as you initially set the desired cooking temperature and then monitor the internal meat temperature with the (included) meat temperature probe. With ‘restaurant inspired digital technology’ – an LED panel displays the cooking temperature as well as the internal meat temperature.

Cookshack Elite Smoker

Holding 20-25 lbs this smoker is big enough to hold full slabs of ribs or whole briskets.

All you have to do is simply place a small of wood in the smoker box, load the meat, insert the meat probe, shut the door, set the temperature with the digital controller, and leave it alone until you are ready to eat!’ What could be easier?

Clean up isn’t too much of a chore either. When you have finished cooking (and eating) then remove the grills and racks and put them in the dishwasher or wash them in the kitchen sink. Drippings are contained in a stainless steel drip pan.

This is one impressive smoker. You can buy one here.

Vital Statistics:-

  • Size: Height: 31.75 inches, Width: 20.5 inches, Depth: 19.5 inches
  • Weight: 93 pounds
  • Easy to use digital controls
  • 20 - 25 lb capacity
  • Meat probe temperature controller
  • 140 - 300 degree temperature range
  • 850 degree Spin-Glass insulation
  • Two 18 x 14 inch nickel plated racks
  • Stainless steel wood box
  • Four 3” locking casters


Cookshack Amerique

"The ultimate in computer controlled backyard smoking!"

So what exactly is this ‘wunderkind’ technology to which the manufacturer refers? Well, the AmeriQue electric smoker allows you to smoke your meat at the temperature and time set by you. Firstly you set the desired internal meat temperature using the meat probe thermometer and the actual smoker cooking temperature, probe temperature and remaining time are clearly displayed on an LED panel. Finally the smoker automatically enters a 140 degree hold cycle once the desired temperature is reached.

Cookshack Amerique Computer Controlled Electric Smoker

It does resemble an old style washing machine (on wheels) with its control panel on the top and its ‘safe-like’ door but it can handle up to 50 pounds of brisket or pork, 28 pounds of pork ribs, or even 8 whole chickens.

As with all Cookshack electric smokers clean up after use is a breeze. The removable grills and racks go straight into soapy water in the kitchen sink or even the dishwasher. Drippings are contained in the stainless steel drip pan.

A big beast this smoker is ideal for large cookouts – spoil the whole family, heck, the entire neighbourhood! It ‘ain’t cheap but it sure is worth it! Buy one now from BBQ Guys.

Vital Statistics:-

  • 16 and 18 gauge stainless steel construction
  • Size: (in inches) 20 1/2 W x 21 1/2 D x 39 1/2 H.
  • 1008 square inches of total cooking space
  • 850 degree Spin-Glass insulation
  • Four 18 x 14 inch nickel plated racks
  • 50 lb capacity
  • 300 degree max smoking temperature
  • A meat probe for accurate internal temperature
  • Stainless steel drip pan

Cookshack electric smokers are also available in the UK through their appointed agents.


Electric Smokers By Smokehouse Products

Smokehouse or Luhr Jensen? What’s in a name? Well, quite a lot actually, for although Luhr Jensen electric smokers are now Smokehouse Products the brands Little Chief smokers and Big Chief Smokers are still amongst the best-sellers in their respective classes.

"Succulent, smoked meats that are full of flavour are created in simple steps" it is claimed. But here we go again, my biggest complaint with all these smokers is the lack of insulation.

I can only regard these boxes as a smoke flavouriser, to actually cook meats you need to put them in the oven after a few hours in the smoker. If you can hack it then fine, these low cost boxes will work well for adding smoke flavour and without the need for special bisquettes of wood pellets but in my book they should cook as well.

To be fair, you can buy an insulation blanket to help keep heat in but there's still no way to regulate temperature and I have heard it said that the upended cardboard box that your smoker is delivered in works just as well!

Mini Chief

The compact sized Mini Chief smoker is perfect for RV and camping. Both of these units are made of aluminum and have light duty heating elements. Buy now at Amazon.

All Mini Chief and Little Chief smokers are ‘guaranteed to be free from manufacturing or component defects for a period of 2 years’.

  • 3 chrome plated grills
  • Comes with 1 3/4 lb bag of wood chips
  • Powerful heating element
  • Smokes up to 15 lbs of meat per load.
  • Size: 14 inches H x 11.5 inches W x 11.5 inches D.

The Little Chief

The Little Chief smoker comes in two versions - top or front loading - and to be fair is advertised for general smoking and low temperature smoking - no mention of cooking! 

Smokehouse Products Little Chief

This neat Little Chef Smoker will smoke up to 25 lbs. of meat or fish in total and easy clean up.

Buy now from Amazon

  • 250 watt electric smoker
  • 4 grills
  • Aluminum walls
  • Top load smoker
  • Removable rack
  • Size: 24.5-inch Height x 11.5-inch Weight x 11.5-inch Diameter
  • Includes electric cord
  • Flavor pan also included


Big Chief Smokers

Here's where maybe the budget argument definitely runs out. It provides the smoke but definitely not the final cooked goods, particularly with larger cuts of meat or bigger birds so things need to be finished off in the oven. It is therefore not recommended using this smoker to cook large cuts of meat for more than a couple of hours but good for jerky and smoking fish and meat in moderate temperatures.

Big Chief Smoker From Smokehouse Products

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The 120 Volt 450 Watt 4 Amp heating element operates at 165 degrees and can be used with standard 110 volt household current, 3-Wire Plug and Cord grounded to body of smoker. Do use a properly installed ground fault interrupter (GFI) circuit and for obvious health and safety reasons stand the unit on a concrete or other non-combustible surface and place it at least two feet from any combustible materials. 

Overall a large capacity smoker for not much money at all but be prepared to cut and run to your oven after a few hours.

On a final note it’s good to see that the Big Chief Smoker is made in the USA.

  • Size: 24-1/2" H x 18" W x 12" D.
  • 120 Volt 450 Watt 4 Amp Heating Element operates at 165 degrees
  • Use with standard 110 volt household current
  • 3-Wire Plug and Cord grounded to body of smoker
  • Durable, Embossed Aluminum Construction
  • 5 Easy-Slide Chrome Plated Grills
  • Vented for proper Dehydration
  • Guaranteed to be free from manufacturing or component defects for a period of 2 years
  • 220V 450 Watt 2 Amp Export model also available

Masterbuilt Electric Smokers

The 30-Inch Electric Smokehouse

At last! A budget electric smoker that actually works. It's no surprise to me why this is the most popular Masterbuilt smoker. The reasons why become transparent once you have unpacked and cranked this lovely ‘little’ smoker up.

This Masterbuilt has a 100-percent insulation for energy-efficient cooking and being this well insulated in addition to its economy of running are two important factor to take on board - particularly if you plan on smoking on a regular basis.

The whole unit looks squat and ‘chunky’ but this just reflects the fact that the insulation is to the standard that it should be to retain heat for cooking.

I love the digital technology. With its push-button control panel (located on the top for both time and temperature) it can smoke evenly from anywhere between 100°F to 275°F. The bottom line is that you can hot smoke most meats consistently without having to resort to the kitchen oven halfway through the process.

Note - It's a four rack design but when smoking big hunks I found that keeping to just two racks helped. Any more and you start to strain the capacity of the 800W electric heater element.

I also enjoyed the 24-hour timer that automatically shuts the unit down at the specified time. Note: You will still need a separate digital thermometer to measure the internal temperatures of the meats though.

This unit includes an air damper for better smoke control (to me this is a good idea so there's less chance of stale smoke build up in the food chamber. It also has a safe and convenient side-loading wood tray, a removable drip pan and rear-mounted grease pan that make it so easy to keep clean.

  • 2-1/2 cubic-foot electric smoker
  • Size: approximately 19-1/2 by 18-2/7 by 34 inches
  • Weight: 51 pounds
  • Powder-coated steel exterior
  • 4 smoking racks
  • Push-button digital control panel, 24-hour timer, auto shut-off
  • Thermostat-controlled electric temperature
  • Insulated for energy-efficient cooking
  • Air damper
  • Side-loading wood tray
  • Removable drip pan and rear-mounted grease pan


30 Inch With Window and RF Controller

You can also buy the 30-Inch Electric Smokehouse in the more upmarket guise "with window and RF controller" but are these luxuries worth it?

The glass window is fine as a design concept but once the unit is smoking away at a full rate of knots then, obviously, the picture becomes ‘clouded’ somewhat but you can still peer through and see well enough. There's also a neat internal light to help when loading and unloading the meat into/ out of the unit.

Inevitably you will have to clean the glass from time to time.

Masterbuilt Electric Smokehouse

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Now how about the RF controller? Well programming of the digital control was very straight-forward and the remote control is amazing. It not only allows the monitoring of the smoker’s overall temperature but also the temperature of the meat probe. Too much heat? Simply open the vent up a little, brilliant! Adding wood chips is a breeze and the unit uses far less chips than one might expect.

To conclude I love this smoker! It represents great value for money.

Masterbuilt 30” Electric Smokehouse Smoker with Window and RF Controller

  • Viewing window and internal light
  • Size:18.5 x 18.3 x 33.5 inches
  • Weight: 49.9 pounds
  • Push-button digital time temperature and time control panel
  • RF Control
  • Chrome-coated smoking racks
  • Convenient side wood-chip loader with removable drip pan
  • Rear-mounted grease pan

Traeger Pellet Smokers

Not all electric smokers have to look like a fridge or safe and Traeger know how to demonstrate this perfectly!

Traeger Electric Pellet Smoker

They are pretty unique in that they act as both BBQ smoker as well a grill and they look the part too. Powered by electricity, a microprocessor control board regulates the burn time of the wood pellets so determining whether it’s a smoker or a grill. There’s three settings, high, medium and smoke.

It all works off 110 volt electricity that powers the feed of the wood pellets, the fire pot that generates the heat or smoke and a fan that distributes the heat / smoke mix around the food.

The electric fan ensures that the grill tray is surrounded by heat and therefore Traeger claim that this eliminates the need for turning the food even to the extent that you can do a pizza in it!

Trager Wood Chips

The pellet is manufactured from sawdust and after a heat and pressure treatment forms a nice clean easy to use fuel. Wood pellets are available in Alder, Apple, Cherry, Garlic, Hickory, Maple, Mesquite, Oak, Onion and Pecan.

Generally speaking the Traeger is a unit that you can pretty much set off and leave, take a look at these Traeger Grill Reviews written by our fellow site visitors and also make a note about the concerns surrounding the pellet feed.

Traeger have generally resisted the temptation to offer their grills over the internet but the good news is that BBQ Guys are an authorised Traeger dealer.

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