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Re: offset smoker

Postby gavinbbq » 30 Aug 2015, 23:24

Be interesting to find out how much shipping is on a fully loaded.
Too bad there's no where to get a semi decent off set over in the UK.


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Re: offset smoker

Postby Kiska95 » 31 Aug 2015, 09:53

Hi

Depending on exchange rates anywhere from £2600 to £2700 fully loaded Wichita to your door all in.

I know a guy was making reverse flows on here (BBQ Design) for between £1500 and £2000 using 5mm steel. if you are willing to shell out he might be just worth a PM
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Re: offset smoker

Postby gavinbbq » 31 Aug 2015, 14:56

Sheesh! Think I'll stick with my WSM for a few more years


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Re: offset smoker

Postby QueFrescoPaul » 09 Sep 2015, 12:44

Certainly echo the point that cheap offset smokers aren't worth the money.

Remember when calculating the costs on import you have to put the duty (I think it's 5% on BBQ) not just on the goods but also on the shipping costs. I imported a BGE many moons ago before UK agents and caught a cold.

What about offset american smokers uk built?
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Re: offset smoker

Postby Kiska95 » 09 Sep 2015, 16:19

The price above is with everything in!
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Re: offset smoker

Postby Toby » 09 Sep 2015, 17:41

I would seriously consider www.bbqmates.co.uk nerijus has been building them for years and stepped up to heavier gauge steel. He also has the craziest designs I have ever seen (decoration wise) the models he took to grillstock looked incredible
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Re: offset smoker

Postby Chasing blue smoke » 04 Oct 2015, 17:45

For the money i think the Yoder and Horizon offsets are some of the best. Both have 6.35mm (1/4") thick steel with a lifetime warranty against burnout.Gator pits and Lang are two others. Thicker steel holds in heat better,saving wood and gives more even temps. just my opinion i work for none of them.
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Re: offset smoker

Postby lukaszb » 16 Jan 2016, 16:45

Not very sure why my notifications didn't appear, anyways Yoder is now available in UK
http://www.bbqpit.co.uk
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