The ThermoPro TP-910 is a two-channel wireless thermometer that communicates with a free app available for Android and Apple phones. The Bluetooth meat thermometer’s range is claimed to be “up to 650 feet.” If communication between the remote thermometer and the app is lost, the user will be notified by an audible signal.
The thermometer can be used by itself or connected to your phone by the app. Pairing is simple, but only one thermometer at a time can be connected to the app at one time. This won’t likely cause a cook any problems, but it did require a couple of extra steps while conducting this review. The app allows you to set a target temperature from a list of USDA-approved values, or you can use your own. When the target is reached, you’ll get an audible alert and a visible display in the app. If used as a stand-alone thermometer, there isn’t any alarm function. There is also a built-in countdown timer in the app that if desired will alert the cook after a set period.
The unit features a built-in battery and a USB cable to recharge it. Charge time is three hours; discharge time is “up to 8 months” but conditions are not specified. It has an attractive backlit display. There is a stand/hangar on the back to allow convenient placement of the transmitter unit.
The accuracy of the thermometer was very good and the build quality is solid. No claim is made as to immunity to water ingress, so don’t leave it out in the rain. It also hits the market with its attractive price point.
Contact info for the manufacturer includes a phone number and an e-mail address should technical support be required. It comes with a one-year limited warranty.
Overall, the ThermoPro TP-910 is a nicely made unit that performs well. We awarded it our Silver Medal.
Leave in Food, Leave in Cooker, Wireless Remote
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Published On: 5/8/2022
Last Modified: 5/17/2022
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