Slow ‘N Sear®
Maximize the Possibilities of your Kettle Grill with the Original Slow 'N Sear®!
Turn a “basic” kettle grill into the most versatile outdoor cooking machine on the market – indirect slow cooking, high heat searing, roasting, baking…you can have it all with the Original Slow ‘N Sear®! (Previously called the 1.0)
“The Single Best Accessory For the Weber Kettle Ever” – Meathead Goldwyn, amazingribs.com
“Best New Barbecue Product of 2018” – Steven Raichlen, barbecuebible.com
- The perfect fit for your 22” kettle
- 8+ hours unattended “low-n-slow” (225-250° F) operation with a single charcoal fill; if needed, refilling the Slow 'N Sear® couldn't be easier
- 5+ hours of steam generated from the integrated water reservoir during low 'n slow cooks to enhance meat with clean, smoky flavor (reservoir is non-removable)
- Obtain a perfect restaurant-quality sear with temperatures exceeding 1000° F over the sear zone
- Open bottom – sits on the charcoal grate of the kettle
- 18-gauge 430 stainless steel; it will last longer than your kettle
- A must have for ALL grilling enthusiasts!
- Follow our Lighting Instructions for hassle-free cooks!
- How the Slow 'N Sear® works
- Length: 21”
- Depth: 8½”
- Height: 4¾”
How is the original Slow 'N Sear® different from the Slow 'N Sear® Deluxe?
- The water reservoir is attached and non-removable
- The bottom is open and sits directly on the grate
- Outer dimensions are the same
Which Slow ‘N Sear is right for you?
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions or watch the video below.
I've only got a handful of cooks on this so far, but I am enjoying it. For starters, I had made the fabled "bro 'n sear", and in spite of the favorable reviews for that super cheap option on the interwebs, I did not find it to be all that great. When I ordered the real deal from SNS, I was pleased to see that it is substantially taller, and at least from my perspective, this is important because it both holds more charcoal for longer cooks, and puts the heat closer to the grate for easier searing. After my first couple of slow cooks, I figured out exactly where to set the top and bottom air vents on my kettle grill, and now I have to say, it is just amazing easy to dial in that 225-275 temperature range, and I rarely need to fiddle with it to keep it on track. However, did taek off one star, because I suspect the claims of 8+ hours of cooking are exaggerated. I hope I can figure out a way to get that type of performance, but so far on several cooks, I see the temp start dropping right around the 6 hour mark, and to keep it going I have to give it a good stir to clear out the ash, and typically add some more fuel. To be fair, there is 1/3 or more of the originally charcoal left at this point, I can't seem those nubs and small pieces to hold the temps like it can with even a few more fresh briquettes. All things considered, even if I never get more than 6 hours of uninterrupted low and slow cooking, I'm happy, and would have still bought it. If I get more time, that'll be a bonus. I do recommend purchasing the original design, as I feel the new design would only exacerbate the ash build-up issues... not to mention, the original design is much more competitively priced. Happy barbequing!
Easy to use and very effective. Easy to set up 2 zones and the water reservoir is a great feature.
Product works as advertised. Highly recommend it to anyone who grills on the Weber Kettle
So I got a Weber Kettle at the beginning of the year and tried to do brisket a few times without SNS and it was mediocre at best. This past weekend I did a 18 pound brisket with the SNS and it kept the temps right at 250 f and it was by far my best brisket I ate 90 percent myself. If you are on the fence about it believe me it is worth it!!!
That's fantastic to hear! Thanks for taking the time to leave a review.
I’m very happy with my entire experience