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DiamondKingSmoker
Smoker Grill Box




This BBQ smoker box makes smoking meats and fish easy because it works inside any type of grill. All you need (besides the grill) is your protein of choice and the box takes it from there, cooking ribs, chicken and more to smoky, tasty, doneness.

  • Instructions: Place fire starter in the center of the box and surround it with wood chunks, light the starter and place the lid on the box. Close the cover on the grill and smoke to recommended temperature. Use a digital thermometer to monitor grill temperature for best results. For more details, please see smoking instructions
  • No propane or charcoal needed, the smoker box and wood provide all the cooking heat
  • Compact design is portable and easy to store
  • Rectangle recommended for rectangular grills with up to four burners
  • Square recommended for all circular grills or grills with up to three burners
  • Precision cut holes strategically placed for even heat and smoke distribution
  • No flare-ups or uneven heat
  • For best results, use with exotic wood chunks
  • Please note: Discoloration of stainless steel color may occur after use

Rectangle holds:

Approximately 3 lbs of wood, holds temperature above 200 Fahrenheit for 3 hours

Square holds:

Approximately 1.5 lbs of wood, holds temperature above 200 Fahrenheit for 2 hours

Includes:

One smoker

Dimensions:

Rectangle: 13" x 7" x 6"; Square: 6" x 7" x 6"

Weight:

Rectangle: 6 lbs; Square: 3 lbs

Materials:

Stainless steel

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Patrick King

Want to smoke meat or fish? This BBQ smoker box lets you use the grill you’ve already got. It streamlines the smoking process and works on any type of grill. Patrick King paired over 30 years of experience in the forestry industry with expertise in wood science—not to mention a passion for smoking—to make a BBQ smoker that does the job easily at home. And his all-natural wood chunks and pellets lend distinctive flavors to the meat (like almond, cherry, and mesquite). Just place your protein—ribs, chicken, or even fish—next to a lit box, and the smoker does the rest. It’s a simple process, but it does take some time to get that smoky goodness just right. But trust us, the tasty results are worth it.