Winnerwell Mini Multi-functional BBQ Smoker
A charcoal starter, a firepit, a cook stove, a BBQ stove and a smoker.
- Smoker (special smoke wood / chips)
Install the smoker mesh and put the lid on to smoke
- Charcoal Starter
The handle design makes it easy to pour the igniting charcoal into the stove
Can be used as a firepit when placed on the base stand
- Cook Stove
Can be used as a cook stove after installing the cooker support
It can be used as wood stove or charcoal stove
- BBQ Stove
Can be used as a BBQ stove when paired with the special grill net (sold separately)
Mostly suitable for a small BBQ
265(L) x 210(W) x 70(H) mm / 10.4(L) x 8.3(W) x 2.7(H) in
200(L) x 200(W) x 310(H) mm / 7.9(L) x 7.9(W) x 12.2(H) in
3kg / 6.6lbs
Charcoal starter - works well but I’d like to see a smaller grate as quite a few smaller bits of charcoal (especially reused charcoal) just fall through. Easily fixed though.
Fire pit - works surprisingly well for a small package. Certainly can throw off a bit of heat, and handles smallish logs and cut wood ok. Needs a bit more tending to compared to bigger ones but it’s overall versatility, weight and pack down is fair compensation.
Smoker - works, but a bit fiddly. Did a couple of salmon steaks ok but found it operates pretty hot, not easy to shut down the oxygen for a cooler burn. I’ll put it down to operator inexperience but I feel best results will come from pretty constant monitoring, and possibly smoking pellets or shavings rather than chips.
Grill - good results with burning wood with constant attention to flare ups, no worse that any other small wood/charcoal grill. I found charcoal grilling gave better results as expected. Works ok with minimum charcoal, but only minimal oxygen control. Nice compact efficient package for a small roast with an Auspit too.
Overall, a nice one or two person combo for car camping, although I’d be inclined to pair it with a second burner and I found it paired with a Kelly Kettle to be about just right.