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

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This unusual product is a thermometer, music player and telephone in one countertop unit. It can connect via Bluetooth to your smart phone, and while connected can play music stored on your phone or act as a hands-free telephone.
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Speed: 7
Min / Max: 32 to 212ºF (0 to 100ºC)
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The Morpilot is a six-channel remote thermometer that communicates with a smartphone application via Bluetooth. Apps are available for both Apple iPhone 4S and later, and Android operating systems, version 4.3 or later with a Bluetooth 4.0 module. These tests were conducted using an Android phone, the Samsung Galaxy S4. The instruction manual has QR codes to facilitate downloading the... Read More
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Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 32 to 482ºF (0 to 250ºC)
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The Maverick ET-732 is a dual-probe, remote thermometer used to monitor both barbecue and food temperatures. The probes plug into a transmitter that sends data to the receiver that can be located up to 300' (91m) away, according to the manufacturer.  
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Speed: Food probe: 24, BBQ probe: 36
Min / Max: Food probe: 32 to 572ºF (0 to 300ºC) BBQ probe: 32 to 554ºF (0 to 290ºC)
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The ThermoPro TP-08 is a dual-probe, wireless remote food and cooker thermometer. It comes with a 6" (15cm) food probe with a thin tip and a 3.5" (9 cm) blunt-tip cooker probe. The probes should not be submerged while cleaning or exposed to temperatures above 572ºF (300ºC).  
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Speed: n/a
Min / Max: 32 to 572ºF (0 to 300ºC)
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The Weber iGrillmini is a small Bluetooth device that communicates with a smart device like an iPhone or iPad or Android devices. It shares an app with the iGrill2 so has the same features. There is a single temperature probe that could be inserted into food or used to measure the temperature of the cooker. The app allows you to choose meat/doneness values from a list, or you can... Read More
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Speed: 37
Min / Max: -22 to 572ºF (-30 to 300ºC)
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This two-probe remote unit has some interesting features, fair accuracy, and a few glitches. Two temperatures can be monitored simultaneously and two timers can run simultaneously. The receiver has a jack to accept a single probe if using the remote feature is not desired. This unit will not annunciate a loss of signal from the transmitter for nearly ten minutes, a potentially serious... Read More
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Speed: Probe 1: 40, probe 2: 30
Min / Max: 14 to 410ºF (-10 to 210ºC)
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This relatively inexpensive single-probe remote thermometer has pre-programmed doneness settings that can be user-modified, as well as an up/down timer. It lacks a backlight. Accuracy is good and response times are adequate for this type unit. It does not appear to have any weatherproofing features other than a seal around the probe jack on the remote unit. The manufacturer claims a 100... Read More
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Speed: 38
Min / Max: 14 to 410ºF (-10 to 210ºC)
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The ThermoPro TP-11 is a single-channel, remote food thermometer that also features an up/down timer function. The stainless steel probe is designed to be inserted into food while it is cooking, displaying its temperature on a remote receiver.  
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Speed: n/a
Min / Max: Not specified
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This inexpensive single-probe remote thermometer has reasonable accuracy and acceptable response times. It lacks a backlight. The user sets the temperature at which he/she wants the alarm to go off. When that temperature is reached, a beeper will sound and the temperature readout will blink. There is a temperature readout on both the transmitter and the receiver. There is no apparent... Read More
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Speed: 26
Min / Max: 14 to 410ºF (-10 to 210ºC)
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The ET-736 is Maverick’s latest entry into the remote thermometer market, and follows the very successful ET-732 and ET-733 wireless models. Unlike its predecessors, the 736 communicates with a smart phone or tablet via the owner’s Wi-Fi router, a necessary component of the circuit. If you don’t have a router where you intend to cook, you won’t be able to use this product. Currently,... Read More
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Speed: n/a
Min / Max: -4 to 572ºF (-20 to 300ºC)
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Note: the picture is of the original Stoker but the two are virtually identical in appearance.
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Note: This product has been discontinued and replaced by a new unit, the Tappecue Touch. Here is the review: Tappecue Touch Review
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Speed: Not tested*
Min / Max: 0 to 500ºF (18 to 260ºC) **

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