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woodpelletsmoker 11-17-2012 04:15 AM

NEW Wolf and Rainproof System, and Promotional Offers
Controller, Fan, AC/DC adapter are placed in a transparent plastic box. A corrugated SS pipe connects fan and smoker.
The corrugated SS pipe is connected to different pits by different adapter A B D.
System is Rainproof
Diameter of SS box is 1" and length is 3' feet

People joked my first WOLF with Aluminum chassis as backyard science hobby.
I paid about US$1000 just for mould of plastic housing.
Also I add a feature of Alarm Enable/Disable button, which is really neighborhood friendly.

System shown below is the very first set and is going to sent to Brethren NZDaz in New Zealand!
Price of corrugated pipe
With Adapter A US$20
With Adapter B US$25
With Adapter D US$30
Plastic Box is a give-away
If broken during mailing
you must buy one locally
Adapter A for general pit, just drill a hole of 1" on your air inlet
Adapter B for Ceramic Pit, same height as original air inlet sliding door
Adapter D for Weber, to cover original air inlet holes
There are holes on bottom
for wires of probe
and AC line, and air

WOLF, 50 CFM fan, AC/DC Adapter 12 VDC 5 Amps, Corrugated SS pipe with Adapter A, SAL mail, US$178

BBQ Competitions with more than 100 teams
1.General 1st. winner, discount US$100
2.General 2nd. winner, discount US$80
3.General 3rd. winner, discount US$60
Each Division
4. 1st. winner, discount US$50
5. 2nd. winner, discount US$40
6. 3rd. winner, discount US$30

BBQ Competitions with 20 to 99 teams
7.General 1st. winner, discount US$80
8.General 2nd. winner, discount US$60
9.General 3rd. winner, discount US$40
Each Division
10. 1st. winner, discount US$40
11. 2nd. winner, discount US$30
12. 3rd. winner, discount US$20

Toronto 11-17-2012 09:07 AM

Congrats, I think you are the first BBQ controller company to offer a rainproof model. Can we get close up pictures of the new housing? It already looks much nicer than your previous model.

Mapleleaf 11-17-2012 10:50 AM

I'd like a pipe with adapter A it $20 to Canada SAL?

woodpelletsmoker 11-17-2012 06:22 PM

Pipe A $20, SAL $10 total $30

Originally Posted by Mapleleaf (Post 2274003)
I'd like a pipe with adapter A it $20 to Canada SAL?

total $30

NZDaz 11-17-2012 07:02 PM


Originally Posted by woodpelletsmoker (Post 2273866)
System shown below is the very first set and is going to sent to Brethren NZDaz in New Zealand

I can't wait to try this out!

colonel00 11-17-2012 07:25 PM

Have you tested the air flow through the pipe? Way back when I did my review of my first lion I did a similar modification with a dishwasher drain hose. The air flow is sufficient for lower temp cooks but it just could not push enough air to keep temps real high for a hot cook.

woodpelletsmoker 11-17-2012 11:11 PM

I have a small smoker, it is hot enough.
I do not try on big smoker.

The fan is fastened inside the plastic box by a small bolt/screw, you can dismount it from plastic box easily, then you can mount the fan directly on your smoker without the corrugated pipe when you do high temperature grilling.
I am sure high temp. grilling takes short time. If it is raining, you will not do grilling.

For low&slow the air flow shall be big enough.

woodpelletsmoker 11-17-2012 11:13 PM

The fan side has a fan Adapter C, with 1" male thread.
The corrugated side also has the same 1" male thread.
So it is same to screw the fan directly to smoker, or corrugated pipe to smoker

woodpelletsmoker 11-17-2012 11:28 PM
This is new WOLF.
Added function of BEEP, alarm sound Enable/Disable

Toronto 11-18-2012 09:51 AM

That is a lot nicer than the previous model, it has a finished look now.

Good move adding the Beep function I think a lot of people wanted that.

woodpelletsmoker 11-18-2012 05:05 PM

Do you like showing of time, count down or accumulated.
Certainly you need to pay for this feature.
will you pay $10 for it.

devious 11-18-2012 05:34 PM

Looking good! I admire your drive to improve your product.

NZDaz 11-30-2012 01:32 AM

I have been away with work and arrived home today to find this waiting for me.
I am very happy with it so far, I haven't cooked anything just lit some charcoal, chucked the probe in, set it for 100c and walked away. It held the temp really well.

The Stainless steel pipe has the rather nice accidental feature of helping extinguish the charcoal after the unit is turned of even without a damper.

Maybe its the default setting but I thought it was pretty good of Wang to set my unit to Celsius and I was very impressed that he took the time to check what electrical socket style NZ uses and include the right cord. I was expecting to have to use an adapter from US or China style plug.

I hope to be able to have a good read through Toronto's manual, give this unit a good test out and then post a review.

Thanks Wang.

woodpelletsmoker 11-30-2012 01:49 AM

You can select showing in C or F.
There is a SHUTTER inside the adapter just beside fan.

thegizzard 12-05-2012 10:14 PM

Wow. Looks nice.

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