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

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PlaceholderPitmaster IQ120
The Pitmaster IQ120 is a straightforward temperature controller for charcoal grills and smokers. The controller and the fan are integrated into one plastic housing with air suppled to the cooker via a corrugated rubber hose and manifold that mounts on the cooker's air vent. A separate probe is clipped to the cooking grate and supplies temperature feedback to the controller. There is one... Read More
  • Thermostats/Temperature Controllers
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 150 to 400ºF (66 to 204ºC)
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PlaceholderBBQ Guru DigiQ DX3 Thermostatic Controller Review
The BBQ Guru DigiQ DX3 is a basic thermostatic controller for charcoal and wood fired cookers. It features an easy to use menu, clear display, separate fan with an internal damper, cooker temperature probe, and a single food temperature probe. It does not interface with the internet or smart devices.   Like all thermostatic controllers, the DX3 employs a temperature probe that... Read More
  • Thermostats/Temperature Controllers
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 32 to 475°F (0 to 246°C)
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PlaceholderFlame Boss FB400 Wi-Fi Review
The Flame Boss 400 Wi-Fi is a thermostatic controller designed to regulate the temperature of a charcoal-fired cooker like the Big Green Egg or the Weber Smokey Mountain. It works in conjunction with a free Android or iOS app or on the company's website via any browser. It is easy to install and provides excellent temperature control.   The unit comes with a manifold to attach the... Read More
  • Thermostats/Temperature Controllers
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: Not Specified
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PlaceholderThermoWorks Signals Review
The ThermoWorks Signals is a four-channel food thermometer that can be used by itself or controlled remotely via either Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, giving the user complete flexibility to monitor a cooking session. The normal mode is a cloud connection that logs the cooking data and makes it available anywhere an internet connection is available. Unlike many units that can only be monitored... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: -58 to 572°F (-50 to 300°C)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks Pro BBQ Kit by AmazingRibs.com
The TW8060 has been discontinued. For current kits, click here. The items in this kit were suggested by Meathead Goldwyn of AmazingRibs.com. You get the TW8060 AND an MTC Thermocouple Thermometer with a smart selection of three probes that can be used interchangeably with either meter. Includes: TW8060 Thermocouple Alarm Thermometer, an MTC Handheld Thermocouple Meter, a Fast Response... 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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PlaceholderThermoWorks ThermaQ Blue Kit
The ThermoWorks ThermaQ Blue Kit is a complete package that includes the control unit, a small tripod, a food probe, a cooker probe, a grate clip and free software for your smartphone. Using Bluetooth LE, the device corresponds with the phone app to set alarm thresholds and track the temperature progression of a cook. Data can be downloaded or viewed in the app, and temperature alerts... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: -58 to 752ºF (-50 to 400ºC)
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PlaceholderPerfect Draft BBQ Blower 2.0
The Perfect Draft BBQ Blower 2.0 is a temperature controller for offset and reverse flow smokers and large charcoal grills. It has a thermostat with a variable speed fan that can automatically control your smoker’s temperature. You set the desired temperature and it controls the amount of air reaching the fuel which controls the temperature, even after you add fuel. It can also be set... Read More
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PlaceholderThermoWorks ThermaQ Wi-Fi
The ThermoWorks ThermaQ Wi-Fi is the latest addition to the ThermaQ family of thermometers. The Wi-Fi version is a two-channel device that connects to a local router, accesses a server in the cloud, and makes monitoring possible anywhere there is an internet connection. Any K-type thermocouple probe can be used, extending the range of applications considerably.   The first step -... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: -328 to 2502°F (-199.9 to 1372°C) (Probe dependent)
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PlaceholderBBQ Guru CyberQ WiFi Review
The BBQ Guru CyberQ WiFi is a thermostatic controller with 3 extra probes to monitor food temps. It can be operated in a stand-alone mode, as an Ad-Hoc web server, or connect to a wireless router. In the latter configuration, it can send e-mail notifications and be monitored from any browser - if your ISP allows network forwarding. I tested the unit in the Ad Hoc configuration,... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
  • Thermostats/Temperature Controllers
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 32 to 475ºF (0 to 246ºC)
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PlaceholderTegam 931B Data Logging Thermometer Review
The Tegam 931B Data Thermometer is an industrial-grade tool for measuring and logging temperature data. It can be used by itself or in conjunction with an app that runs on a smart phone, either Android or Apple. The phone app also acts as a bridge to a cloud repository for measurement data that can be retrieved as needed.   The thermometer electronics are contained in a hand-held... Read More
  • Hand-held
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
  • Wireless Remote
Speed: 4
Min / Max: -418 to 3308 °F (-250 to 1820ºC)
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PlaceholderPolder 12454 In-Oven Thermometer
This dial-type leave-in-food thermometer has good accuracy and a very readable display. It is protected by a silicone covering. The scale has both F and C readings. The face of the dial has temperatures for doneness that are on the conservative (over-done) side, consistent with USDA recommendations. It is dishwasher safe. The manufacturer's contact info, including address,... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 120 to 200ºF (49 to 94ºC)
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PlaceholderWeber 6492 Instant Read Thermometer
This instant-read thermometer has good accuracy and quick response time, as well as a low price. It cannot be left in the oven while cooking. The head of the unit is articulated, allowing reading it from any angle. This feature comes with a cost: somewhat susceptible to water/moisture entry into the electronics. There is no backlight capability, but the large readout offsets this... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 4
Min / Max: 32 to 446ºF (0 to 230ºC)
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PlaceholderMaverick ET-8 Single Probe Thermometer
This inexpensive meat probe thermometer performs well and had several innovative features. There is a magnet on the rear to allow the unit to be attached to any steel surface. The cable length is a longer 4 feet (1.2 meters). The thermometer has an expanded list of meat types and their associated recommended cooking temperatures programmed in. The user can reprogram these using the... Read More
  • Leave in Food
  • Leave in Cooker
Speed: 21
Min / Max: 32 to 212ºF (0 to 100ºC)
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PlaceholderMaverick CT-03 Oil/Candy Fryer Thermometer
This thermometer is designed for measuring temperatures of candy and oil. It has a clip to mount the unit on the lip of a pot, good accuracy, and a low price. The readout head is articulated to make viewing easy, and has a stainless steel protective cover to avoid heat damage. There is no backlight. This unit has a rounded tip instead of a sharp point like meat thermometers. The probe... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 25
Min / Max: up to 392ºF (200ºC)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks RT301WA Super-Fast Pocket Thermometer
The ThermoWorks RT301WA is an extremely fast-responding handheld unit with excellent accuracy and basic features. It cannot be left in the oven/grill while cooking. The unit has two buttons: an on/off and an F/C. It will shut itself off after about an hour if not manually turned off. The unit can be calibrated by removing the screw on the front and adjusting the trim pot underneath. The... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 2
Min / Max: -40 to 302ºF (-40 to 150ºC)

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