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Humphrey's BBQ Smokers Battle Box

Humphrey's BBQ Smokers Battle Box

This BBQ smoker is ideal for weekend barbecues or for destroying the competition at a BBQ contest!  Solid Maine Craftsmanship goes into each one of these BBQ smokers for years of dependability.  There are some great additional features on the such as the slide out waterpan, casters, and stainless steel racks.  

The slide out waterpan makes clean up and refilling super easy, but keep in mind: If you choose the slide out waterpan, a rack location will be eliminated.  These BBQ smokers take charcoal and come stock with 2" ball valves for air intake.  The solid firebox door creates a more stylish and modern look as well as an air-tight environment.   

2015 Standard Features:

  • 5630 cubic inch cooking space
  • 1200 Degree Non-flammable Insulation
  • 10 Stock Powder Coated Colors
  • Heavy Duty, Extra Deep Firebox
  • 3 Cooking Racks
  • 12 Rack Locations
  • Weighs 325 lbs.
  • Measures 24W x 29D x 43H
  • Holds Full Size Hotel Pan
  • Heavy Duty Pin Hinges
  • Stylish Latches
  • Tubular Welded Frame
  • Tel-Tru Thermometer
  • Stainless Steel 4" Water Pan (drop in) 
  • 2" Ball Valve for air inlet
  • Caster Clip System with 4" removable feet 
Dimensions: 24W x 29D x 43T 
Weight: 270lb Shipping Weight: 325 lbs
Cooking Chamber Dimensions (With Drop in Water Pan): 15.25"W x 22.5"D x 18"T  
Cooking Chamber Dimensions (Slide-Out Water Pan): 15.25"W x 22.5" 20"T (16" above the water pan)
Grate/Rack Dimensions: 14" x 22"
Racks (with Drop-in water pan): 12 
Racks (with Slide-out water pan): 10
Cooking Degrees: (approx) 180 to 350
Amount of Charcoal: 10-12lbs
Cooking Time:12 plus hours (depending on temperature) 
Meats: 6 Butts or 6 baby back ribs or 2 Briskets or 6 chickens, or 2 larger turkeys
 
Battle Wagon, Legs and Mini Carts are sold separately. Please see additional upgrades and options to add on special features.

If you like the style of the cabinet box but want to us pellets as fuel just click on the Pellet option on the Upgrades and Humphrey's will start building your smoker. 

Pellet Unit Information:

Pellet hopper dimensions: 10x10x16

It typically will hold about 15lbs of pellets. 

The burn pot extends 12" into the firebox area of the cooker itself.

You can smoke as low as 185 degrees with the pellet smoker. 

*Photo also displays custom options  

$1,530.00

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SKU: 925HBB

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Custom Uprgades

Custom Uprgades

From multiple colors to options like a slide out water pan, Humphrey's BBQ Smokers are easy to make your own.

Multiple Racks

Multiple Racks

With 3 racks included and up to 12 rack slides, adjusting for different cooks is easy.

Custom Casters

Custom Casters

You can also upgrade your Humphrey's BBQ Smoker and make it easier to transport with larger wheels and stands.

Humphrey's BBQ Smokers Video

This video runs through a few of the different Humphrey's BBQ models, including the Battle Box.

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  • Reviews

2 Customer reviews total

The following product reviews are personal opinions from our customers and do not reflect the official stance of Big Poppa Smokers.

Rooftop BBQ

(Posted on 4/28/2015)

I received the humpreys battle box in a large well packaged crate, not only is the smoker built like a tank so was the crate it came in. Craftsmanship on this smoker is second to none. The smoker was solid, well built and and top of that really pretty. Our first cook was a slab of St louis ribs. Whe... read full review


Steph Franklin

(Posted on 4/24/2015)

On April 20, 2015 at about 10:31 am, I took the delivery of a Humphrey Battle Box Smoker. Upon seeing the crating of this smoker, I knew that, I was getting something special. Anyone who takes the time to strategically place approximately 56 screws into the boards that make up the crate simply tak... read full review


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  1. Rooftop BBQ

    I received the humpreys battle box in a large well packaged crate, not only is the smoker built like a tank so was the crate it came in. Craftsmanship on this smoker is second to none. The smoker was solid, well built and and top of that really pretty. Our first cook was a slab of St louis ribs. When the temp hit 275 it was rock steady and even across the whole cooking surface. The taste was perfect and the color was unbelievable. After the 4 hour cook the smoker held steady at 275 for another 5 hours. Great smoker!!! (Posted on 4/28/2015)

  2. Steph Franklin

    On April 20, 2015 at about 10:31 am, I took the delivery of a Humphrey Battle Box Smoker. Upon seeing the crating of this smoker, I knew that, I was getting something special. Anyone who takes the time to strategically place approximately 56 screws into the boards that make up the crate simply takes pride in the product they have built. I needed to finish a project I was working on in my office, so I decided to charge my drill battery so that I would have full power to tackle the un-crating of this smoker.

    At approximately 2 pm, I decided to get busy un-crating the smoker. It would take me a good hour and fifteen minutes to un-crate the smoker. Keep in mind I took a couple of client calls in the midst of un-crating her.

    After I got done with the task of freeing her, I darted off to the market for some Manteca. I like to use Manteca to season smokers and it also gives me an excuse to buy some of this stuff just in case I need to fry something soon.

    At 4pm, I get her insides all painted with the Manteca and made the decision to light her with a couple of paraffin cubes without a draft control system, just to get an idea of how to light her and get her up to temp.
    Well after two hours I get to 150º and decide to add two more paraffin cubes leaving the firebox door open to keep a small fire going. The smoker rapidly increases its temp to 250º (next time, I will get the weed burner out and just light about a 4”x4” patch). I then decided to add a draft control system to the cooker and set if for 306º. For this seasoning/cook I decided to run with no water in the pan. I wanted to get a feel for this cooker and understand her heat retention properties.
    Earlier, I found some chicken wings in the freezer and decided to thaw them and cook them as part of the smoker christening process.

    I coated the wings with a Maple rub I have been toying with in the lab periodically over the years (no, it is not ready to be released quite yet).
    The smoker is starting to increase about 10º over my targeted temp due to no water being added, but I am fine with this, because I know that with more meat in the cooker, holding its targeted temp would not be a big deal. Fifteen wings is not enough mass to keep the temps from over shooting a tad bit with out the addition of water in the pan.
    The wings cook for about 1.5 hours on the top shelf, I keep checking due to my experience with vertical cookers and how they can darken chicken at the top shelf during a cook. However, my experience with this smoker was different. The wings had a golden color with nothing getting overly dark. I took the liberty of coating the wings with a thin glaze I whipped together with some open bottles of sauces I had in the fridge. The six wings I ate, were delicious, crisped nicely and moist, perfection.
    I fell asleep after eating the wings and woke up about 1:20 am in the man chair with the television watching me. I check the smoker and it did shoot up a bit, but I removed the draft control system after the wings were done. I officially went to bed at this point.
    At 6:00 am, Pepper my 17 year Jack Russell awakens me to handle his morning business and the smoker is still at 250º with some residual coals remaining in the firebox.
    My conclusion is this cooker is built to last several lifetimes with minimal common sense maintenance things like cleaning her to prevent grease fires that will potentially warp her. I am now a big fan of this cooker and she gets the Genie’s Glowing Thump of Approval! (Posted on 4/24/2015)