In all smokers, the fuel needs a constant supply of oxygen. Unfortunately, the design of many smokers makes an even supply of oxygen impossible. After only a few minutes, the smoke material, swelling with condensation, closes the fire chamber off and the air circulation constantly drops and the fire goes out. The beekeeper can delay this process a little by using materials that glow longer, or by using the bellows. Both methods cause extra, unnecessary work and time for beekeeper, and are also highly unreliable. Any delay, for example, searching for the queen, reduces the fire. It then has to be fanned up again with considerable effort, or even rekindled. With the Rauchboy, we have developed a smoker whose internal design ensures constant air circulation through the embers. Compaction of the fuel can no longer have any adverse effects, as the air flow can emerge at the sides and thus ensure an even supply of oxygen. It is therefore ready to operate at all times, and even after a coffee break the beekeeper can reckon with smoke immediately with a single press on the bellow.