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HN-OLP005 Smoke Hollow

Smoke Hollow 44 in. Dual Burner Propane Smoker with Lower Drawer

Item # HN-OLP005
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  • Smoke Hollow 44 in. Dual Burner Propane Smoker with Lower Drawer
Smoke Hollow 44 in. Dual Burner Propane Smoker with Lower Drawer

Dimensions & Specifications

BTU
20000
Brand
Smoke Hollow
Dimensions
33W x 24D x 55.5H in.
Finish
High Temp Powder Coating
Fuel Type
Liquid Propane
Number of Burners
2

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  • Dimensions: 33W x 24D x 55.5H inches
  • Cabinet capacity: 7 cubic feet
  • Welded 2-piece steel cabinet
  • Fuel type: LP gas output at 20,000 BTUs
  • Dual, independently controlled stainless steel burners
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Smoke Hollow 44 in. Dual Burner Propane Smoker with Lower Drawer
 
3.8

(based on 8 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (4)

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86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

No Pros

Cons

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Best Uses

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    • Family older kids (3)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Works great after one fix

By lynxz

from SW Oregon

About Me Hunter

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Good Control After Fix

Cons

  • Buy A Good Regulator

Best Uses

  • Party Times With Friends

Comments about Smoke Hollow 44 in. Dual Burner Propane Smoker with Lower Drawer:

I tried to use this smoker. At first very disappointed then realized the cheap Chinese regulator wasn't working right. Tossed it and got a real one, adjustable. Now no problems and can control heat Two different ways. It works great on large rib roasts, and now I can drink my beer with friend without constantly screwing with the gas. The only reason I gave it a good, is because I shouldn't have to figure out and fix a problem with a new product.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

getting up to tempature

By codymike

from warsaw In.

About Me Gun Collector

Comments about Smoke Hollow 44 in. Dual Burner Propane Smoker with Lower Drawer:

I have had trouble getting smoker up to temp 275/300 I have it in my garage 30 degrees inside if you turn on both burners the temp goes down . with one burner 250 and it is a full tank I have had this problem even when it is warmer out side don't know what to do ?

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great item

By B.

from Sacramento, Ca

About Me Grilling Enthusiast

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Adds Flavor
  • Works Efficiently

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Large Gatherings

    Comments about Smoke Hollow 44 in. Dual Burner Propane Smoker with Lower Drawer:

    Got the Smoker it is nice although the cabinet metal is a bit thin. The top vent does not shut completely down, but no biggie. Plenty of room . I was able to cook 6 racks of ribs with no problem. I sealed the joints with high temp sealant (recommend). I do not like the wood trays or the holders, they should be made out of cast iron instead of the thin metal they are. I recommend foil on metal areas below the water pan for ease of clean up.

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    Q: "Are these insulated?"
    A: No, propane smokers usually are not insulated.
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