Reviews And Ratings Of Thermometers For Food, Grills, Smokers, and Ovens (cont'd)

Displaying 31 - 45 of 181 sorted by medal and then alphabetically
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PlaceholderiCelsius BBQ and Cooking Thermometer Review
iCelsius sells a line of thermistor probes that attach directly to your iOS 6.0 or higher devices or to your Android 2.3.3 devices or higher. Your can chose 30 pin or lightning connectors. On my iPhone 4s, I just turned on the iPhone, plugged in the probe and the free app launched itself. It ships set for Celsius. Touch the big C on the temperature display, and it switches to F. The BBQ... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: -22°F to 302°F (-30°C to 150°C)
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PlaceholderMaverick ET-733 Redi-Check
This dual-probe transmitter/receiver is designed for simultaneous food and oven monitoring from a remote location. The two probes are identical and either can be used for measuring food or oven/smoker temperatures.   The rain-proof transmitter attaches to the two probes which would then be routed into the cooking unit - one placed into the food being cooked, and the other clipped... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: 27
Min / Max: 32 to 572°F (0 to 300°C)
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PlaceholderProAccurate TCT572
The CDN ProAccurate TCT572 is a full-featured hand-held instant-read thermometer that has good performance and a reasonable price. It has a USDA food temperature guide on the back for reference. The unit cannot be left in the oven while cooking. Unlike many folding thermometers, this unit turns on and off via a button on the face. Other buttons are the ºF/ºC selector, a backlight and... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 5
Min / Max: -58 to 572°F (-50 to 300°C)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks ThermaPen Classic
The Thermapen is a rapid-reading handheld digital thermometer designed for testing food temperatures. Its sharp point and quick response make it a good choice for testing doneness. It cannot be left in the oven or grill while cooking. The probe opens like a folding knife, and the unit turns on and off as the probe is extended or closed. The unit will shut itself off automatically after... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: ~2
Min / Max: -58 to 572ºF (-50 to 300ºC)
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PlaceholderMaverick XR-40 Food Thermometer
The Maverick XR-40 is a two-channel wireless remote food/cooker thermometer that boasts an extended range of up to 500 feet (152m). This unit does not require, nor can it communicate with, the internet or a Bluetooth device.   The probes plug into a transmitter that alternately displays the temperatures of each probe. The scale on the transmitter can be set to °F or °C... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 32 to 571°F (0 to 300°C)
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PlaceholderMaverick ET-735
The Maverick ET-735 is a four-channel, Bluetooth-enabled wireless thermometer system with features that will make it a star with the barbecue crowd. It comes with two (not four!) sturdily-constructed probes, and will accept the same probes used on its siblings, the ET-732 and ET-733. It can be used as a stand-alone readout or it can be paired with a smartphone for remote operation.... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: -4 to 572°F (-20 to 300ºC)
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PlaceholderiCelsius Wireless BBQ Review
In Spring 2014 iCelsius introduced this revolutionary new remote device. It can be used to monitor food, a grill, a smoker, an oven, room temperature, a wine cellar, an aquarium, and even body temperature. Smaller and thinner than a deck of cards, the device is brain-dead simple to operate. In "direct mode" it speaks to an iOS or Android app on your smartphone or tablet via wifi, not... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: 20
Min / Max: -22 to 480ºF (-30 to 250ºC)
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PlaceholderWeber iGrill2 Bluetooth Remote Thermometer
The iDevices iGrill2 is the successor to the iGrill. It is a Bluetooth-enabled remote thermometer that has two probes, each of which can monitor food or cooker temperature. Currently, there is only an Apple app but an Android app is scheduled for August of 2014. The device can be used without a smart device as a thermometer only. Apple devices must have iOS 7 or later installed.... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: Probe 1: 30, Probe 2: 45
Min / Max: -22 to 572ºF (-30 to 300ºC)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks TempTest 1
This small, hand-held thermometer exhibited excellent accuracy and had all the wish-list features to win a Gold medal. It was never off by more than 0.2ºF throughout the tested range. Its response time was a rapid 2 seconds, putting it among the fastest we've tested. It has a solid feel and all the seams are sealed, making it submersible, a nice safeguard for a food thermometer. It... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 2
Min / Max: -58 to 572ºF (-50 to 300ºC)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks Therma K Plus with 313-158 Probe
The ThermoWorks Therma K Plus Kit is an expensive thermometer that exhibits superb accuracy and very rapid response times. The readout cannot be left in the oven/grill while cooking, but cabled probes can, making this a versatile unit that can act as a rapid-read hand-held or an in-food/in-cooker thermometer. The thermometer can accept any K-type thermocouple probe. The thermometer... Read More
  • Hand-held
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
Speed: 4
Min / Max: –148 to 2501ºF (-100 to 1372ºC) (probe dependent)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks ThermaQ
The ThermoWorks ThermaQ is a high-quality readout, using Type K thermocouple probes, with a number of useful features for someone looking for a rugged instrument. It accepts two probes and reads out their temperatures simultaneously. It comes in a zippered case and includes a silicone boot with a folding stand to both protect and allow easy viewing. There are magnets in the boot to... Read More
  • Hand-held
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
Speed: Probe dependent
Min / Max: -148 to 2500°F (-100 to 1372°C)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks Y-232-101 Therma Waterproof Kit
This rugged, industrial-grade rapid read thermometer has industry leading speed and extras like min/max and hold functions, as well as a backlight and interchangeable probes. The unit tested is the Therma Waterproof paired with the 303-159 rapid-read probe. (The kit usually provides the 303-158 probe which is electrically identical to the 159 but with a smaller handle.) The readout... Read More
  • Hand-held
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
Speed: 2
Min / Max: -148 to 2500°F (-100 to 1372°C) (Probe dependent)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks Semi-Pro BBQ Kit
Meathead (AmazingRibs.com) recommends this kit for general BBQ. While there is no alarm on the MTC, this kit still gives you the tools to track meat, smoker or grill temps and spot check with the Meat Needle Probe. Plug the probes in and out to check each temperature. Includes the Mini Handheld Thermocouple Meter (MTC), a Fast Response Meat probe (113-151), an Armored Smokehouse... Read More
  • Hand-held
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: Probe dependent. See individual thermometer capabilities on their links here.
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PlaceholderTappecue Touch Review
The Tappecue Touch is a four-channel, Internet-enabled food thermometer that works as a stand-alone unit or in conjunction with a mobile phone app. Each probe has a plastic sleeve that is color-coded to the unit's display colors. Accuracy is very good and it is easy to use.   Although the temperature of each probe is directly readable from the color display, most of the... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: -40 to 572°F (-40 to 300°C)
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PlaceholderAuber SYL-1615SYS-W Review
The Auber SYL-1615 is a highly-configurable thermostatic controller for charcoal cookers. It can be operated by merely setting the target temperature, mounting the blower (no tools required), inserting the temperature probe, and standing back while it does all the work. It does an excellent job regulating the temperature using the default configuration, but it can be tweaked to an... Read More
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Thermostats/Temperature Controllers
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: -320 to 2400ºF (-200 to 1300ºC)

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