New step up grills from Mac's

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New step up grills from Mac's

Postby Eddie » 04 Mar 2013, 19:35

As requested by a couple of forum members, here is my product review of Macs new step up/expander gill. http://www.macsbbq.com/accessories/prod ... nder-grill
Not surprisingly after ordering two step up grills it arrived the next morning, the only problem was that I couldn’t use them for five days until my next day off.
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My 1st impression was that they seemed very sturdy and not at all flimsy!. Although some people may feel the retail price (between £12:98 and £24:98, dependant on size), is quite a big outlay, I feel that you definitely get what you pay for with a quality product you will use many times, it is also cheaper than buying a stacker which retail @ £34:99 with only a single cooking level.
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My first cook I started off with the first two levels with wings and the third with a Flintstone sized turkey leg and one of my favourites--- beer can chicken both seasoned with my favourite chicken rub and smoked over apple wood .
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Because the chicken was standing up, I wasn’t able to put on the forth level, but I’m sure if you laid the chicken down, there wouldn’t have been a problem adding that forth level, yes I said a forth level!! It’s Seems that this product is now giving people more flexibility with using a single smoker.
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I have been informed that these stackers can be used on many other bbq’s e.g. the Pro Q, Webber wsm and the Brinkman’s smokers.
As you may already realised that I like this product, I’m also considering with including the step up grills in my competition cooks. I only wish that I had a couple two years ago.

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Re: New step up grills from Mac's

Postby thesmokingpenguin » 04 Mar 2013, 20:19

Hi Eddie - great review - just a quick question, are they sold separately (ie one extra level) or do you get the 2 extra levels in one pack?

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Re: New step up grills from Mac's

Postby Eddie » 04 Mar 2013, 20:38

thesmokingpenguin wrote:Hi Eddie - great review - just a quick question, are they sold separately (ie one extra level) or do you get the 2 extra levels in one pack?

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Sold individually

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Re: New step up grills from Mac's

Postby derekmiller » 05 Mar 2013, 09:14

Hi Eddie.
Whats the height of the "step", ie how much space do you have between the grills.
Thanks.
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Re: New step up grills from Mac's

Postby keith157 » 05 Mar 2013, 09:34

Nice review as always sir :D

Are the legs/stand fixed or foldable?
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Re: New step up grills from Mac's

Postby Eddie » 05 Mar 2013, 10:09

derekmiller wrote:Hi Eddie.
Whats the height of the "step", ie how much space do you have between the grills.
Thanks.
Derek.


8cm or just over 3inch.

keith157 wrote:Nice review as always sir :D

Are the legs/stand fixed or foldable?


foldable, easy for storage.

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Re: New step up grills from Mac's

Postby derekmiller » 06 Mar 2013, 10:36

Thanks Eddie
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