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[Amazon.ca] Inkbird Four-probe Bluetooth Meat Thermometer - $52.49

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[Amazon.ca] Inkbird Four-probe Bluetooth Meat Thermometer - $52.49

Starting to gear up for BBQ season and was looking for a good meat thermometer when I saw that this seller has 30% off with code C2IT8REH on this unit: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B076SH6YW7

Rechargeable battery (still works while charging) and a reasonably full-featured app with Hi/Lo alarms and temperature graphs. Reviews seem pretty good and comes with four probes - which I probably will never use simultaneously, but it's nice to have spares.

Fulfilled by Amazon with one day shipping, so I'll update once I receive it.
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FYI received it this morning - it's quite well made, played around with the app a bit and it was easy to set up on Bluetooth. Alarm goes off on the unit itself in addition to the app. Display is actually larger than I expected. Range seems to go from my deck into my kitchen without issue (~30-50 ft through a wall) so I'm quite happy with that.
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Thanks OP, picked one up at that price !
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I bought this back in May for full price. Oh well, it works great, I use it all the time.

I did a couple of pork shoulders last weekend, and giant turkey breast, and often do 2x whole chickens at the same time.
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Fate wrote: Does it work?
There was a problem.
The promotional code you entered is not recognized
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flyer12 wrote: There was a problem.
The promotional code you entered is not recognized
so...yes, it's expired.
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Do you put all probes into the same piece of meat?
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fightbriz wrote: Do you put all probes into the same piece of meat?
You could probe the meat 4 times, but I'd imagine it would be wiser to use a single probe in the most appropriate place?
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Dang I've been watching this for a couple weeks now.

fightbriz wrote: Do you put all probes into the same piece of meat?
1 probe is for measuring grill temperature. The other 3, I guess you could measure 3 places in a big cut? or 3 different pieces of meat at once.
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fightbriz wrote: Do you put all probes into the same piece of meat?
The use case for four different probes is for when you're doing something like smoking. Smokers have a large capacity, and allow you to cook multiple cuts of multiple meats simulatneously. So you could have ribs in there, wings, a whole chicken, a brisket, etc. Or four cuts of big pieces of meat, like four briskets. You'd then have a different probe in each meat, and be able to monitor when each one is done. Or you've got a big bbq and you're cooking three chickens at once, but you know your bbq get hotter in some regions than others. You'd be able to use the probes to move the chickens around according to which is cooking faster. You can probably get as creative as you want. Or if you're sadistic, yes, poke all probes simultaneously into one piece of meat.
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deezz wrote: The use case for four different probes is for when you're doing something like smoking. Smokers have a large capacity, and allow you to cook multiple cuts of multiple meats simulatneously. So you could have ribs in there, wings, a whole chicken, a brisket, etc. Or four cuts of big pieces of meat, like four briskets. You'd then have a different probe in each meat, and be able to monitor when each one is done. Or you've got a big bbq and you're cooking three chickens at once, but you know your bbq get hotter in some regions than others. You'd be able to use the probes to move the chickens around according to which is cooking faster. You can probably get as creative as you want. Or if you're sadistic, yes, poke all probes simultaneously into one piece of meat.
Lol i meant because a big hunk of meat will have different temps throughout. Usually you go by the lowest temp in the entire piece of meat (so the very middle probably), but i guess that means the outside will overcook?

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