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

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PlaceholderThermoPro TP-16 Digital Thermometer
The ThermoPro TP-16 is a single-channel food thermometer with good accuracy at a good price. The manufacturer advises that the thermometer is not designed to be used as an oven thermometer because accuracy is not guaranteed above 200º F or 93º C. The unit is not waterproof and should not be used in the rain. The unit has a temperature measurement function and a down counter timer. When... Read More
  • Leave in Food
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 32 to 482°F (0 to 250°C)
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PlaceholderWeber 6419 Digital Pocket Thermometer
This inexpensive thermometer has good accuracy and reasonable response time. It cannot be left in the oven while cooking. The unit samples every 10 seconds in normal mode, but if the ON/FAST button is held down, it will sample every 2 seconds. (The fast mode was used to measure the temperature change rate here.) There is a MAX and MIN capture which can be reset by the user. The auto-off... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 15
Min / Max: -58 to 500ºF (-50 to 260ºC)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks PT1438 Dial Thermometer
The ThermoWorks PT1438 Dial Thermometer has good accuracy and a long probe for in-oven/in-food measurements. It can be calibrated by adjusting a nut on the back side of the dial. We don't typically wax enthusiastic over bi-metal dial thermometers, but this one works well enough. It has a wide temperature range and would work well if stuck into a large roast. Unlike a digital... Read More
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  • Leave in Cooker
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 50 to 550ºF (25 to 275ºC)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks RT304 Water Resistant Thermometer
The ThermoWorks RT304 Water Resistant Thermometer has good accuracy, fairly good response times and is immune to incidental moisture. It cannot be left in the oven/grill while cooking. The unit has an on/off switch but it will NOT turn itself off automatically. There is a min/max button and another to change between F and C scales. It is sealed against moisture. The buttons and display... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 9
Min / Max: -58 to 392ºF (-50 to 200ºC)
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PlaceholderThermoWorks RT600B Waterproof Digital Thermometer
The ThermoWorks RT600B is an accurate thermometer that is splash-resistant, but its response time is too slow to be used as an instant-read tool. It cannot be left in the oven/grill while cooking. There are two virtually identical units from ThermoWorks: the RT600B and the RT600C. Don't confuse them! The B unit is relatively slow to respond, but has a wider temperature range. The C... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 20
Min / Max: -58 to 572ºF (-50 to 300ºC)
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PlaceholderBBQube 5X family of probes
BBQube makes a line of replacement probes for the Maverick ET-732/733 family of remote food thermometers. The manufacturer advertises the probes as being five times faster to respond to temperature changes than the OEM probes that come with the Maverick units. However, the Maverick thermometers only sample the probe output at about 11 second intervals, so we were unable to test this... Read More
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Speed: See narrative
Min / Max: -22 to 572ºF (-30 to 300ºC)
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PlaceholderPolder THM-379 Stable-Read Thermometer
This instant-read thermometer has spotty accuracy but very rapid response time. It also has an irritating "hold" feature that makes reading it iffy. It cannot be left in the oven while cooking. It has an auto-off feature that will power down the thermometer after 10 minutes. There is no backlight. One of my pet peeves with thermometers is the predictive readout. Instead of... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 3
Min / Max: -49 to 392ºF (-45 to 200ºC)
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PlaceholderThermoPro TP-04 Digital Food Thermometer
The ThermoPro TP-04 is a single-channel food thermometer with good accuracy at a good price. The manufacturer advises that the thermometer is not designed to be used as an oven thermometer because accuracy is not guaranteed above 200º F or 93º C. The unit is not waterproof and should not be used in the rain. The unit has a temperature measurement function and a down counter timer. When... Read More
  • Leave in Food
Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 32 to 482°F (0 to 250°C)
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PlaceholderMaverick ET-64 Redi-Fork LCD with Rapid Read tip
This temperature fork reads temperature via a sensor located in the right tine only. There is no min/max or hold function, but there is a backlight. The display is right-side-up when the handle is up and the tines point down, backwards, in my opinion. There is a built-in LED light that can be turned on if working in dim light. It illuminates the area of the fork tines. When turned on,... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 7
Min / Max: 32 to 212ºF (0 to 100ºC)
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PlaceholderMaverick ET-683 Combo Digital Fork and Probe
This temperature fork reads temperature via a sensor located in the right tine only or via an interchangeable probe. There is no min/max or hold function, but there is a backlight. The display is right-side-up when the handle is up and the tines point down, backwards, in my opinion. When turned on, this unit displays the current temperature and illuminates the backlight. It will also... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: F: 15/P: 10
Min / Max: 32 to 212ºF (0 to 100ºC)
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PlaceholderMaverick ET-85 Roasting Digital Thermometer with Timer
This inexpensive unit has a unique probe that measures both the oven temp and the food temp. It has excellent accuracy. The unit does not have a backlight, making reading in dim light problematic. There is an audibly distinct sound for food temp, oven temp, timer and overtime. The braided cable is more robust than most. There are no preprogrammed meat/doneness tables - the operator must... Read More
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Speed: 45
Min / Max: 32 to 572ºF (0 to 300ºC)
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PlaceholderMaverick ET-68 Digital Grilling Fork
This temperature fork reads temperature via a sensor located in the right tine only. It has a up/down timer and a pie chart showing doneness. The tines are detachable for cleaning. There is no backlight, min/max or hold function. The display is right-side-up when the handle is up and the tines point down, backwards, in my opinion. The fork has a timer OR a temperature mode, they cannot... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 3*
Min / Max: 32 to 212ºF (0 to 100ºC)
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PlaceholderMaverick ET-66 Redi-Fork Probe with Light
This temperature fork reads temperature via a sensor located in the right tine only. There is no backlight, min/max or hold function. The display is right-side-up when the handle is up and the tines point down, backwards, in my opinion. There is a built-in LED light that can be turned on if working in dim light. It illuminates the area of the fork tines. When turned on, this unit... Read More
  • Hand-held
Speed: 6*
Min / Max: 32 to 212ºF (0 to 100ºC)
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PlaceholderPolder 362-86 Digital In-Oven Thermometer with Timer
This in-oven/in-food thermometer/timer has basic features and good accuracy. The unit comes with a probe whose cable is sheathed in silicone and a pot clip is supplied as well. The thermometer does not have any preprogrammed meat/doneness combinations. The user sets the desired temp and an alarm sounds when that temp is reached. There is also a count-down timer that can be set to the... Read More
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Speed: 28
Min / Max: 32 to 392ºF (0 to 200ºC)
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PlaceholderPolder 362-90 Digital In-Oven Thermometer with Timer
This in-oven/in-food thermometer/timer has basic features and good accuracy. The unit comes with a probe whose cable is sheathed in silicone. The thermometer does not have any preprogrammed meat/doneness combinations. The user sets the desired temp and an alarm sounds when that temp is reached. There is also a count-down timer that can be set to the desired hours and minutes. When it... Read More
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Speed: 28
Min / Max: 32 to 392ºF (0 to 200ºC)

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