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ThermoPro TP08S Wireless Meat Thermometer $49.59

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Jan 13, 2010
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[Amazon.ca] ThermoPro TP08S Wireless Meat Thermometer $49.59

ThermoPro TP08S Wireless Digital Meat Thermometer for Grilling Smoker BBQ Grill Oven Thermometer with Dual Probe Kitchen Cooking Food Thermometer

Promo code: 75RY47BN
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Jan 10, 2018
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I didn't buy this, I bought another one off Amazon, and I just wanted to say that these thermometers are lifesavers (almost literally). Countless times I've looked at a chicken breast in the oven thinking it's good to go, only to realize it's still raw inside when I checked the internal temps. I don't want to know what happens if one serves raw chicken to their in-laws. Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes

Upvote for meat thermometer.
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Oct 2, 2007
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Upvoted too! I was actually looking for a wifi version (one that I can use my smartphone with) but they are so damn expensive that this price point is more wallet-friendly.

Is this the one to get for a smoker?

Thanks for the share OP!
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Oct 29, 2006
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Ottawa
I've got a Thermopro and these are handsdown a must have for anyone doing long smokes... makes monitoring temperatures so much easier.
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Jan 30, 2006
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Funny this showed up. I’m looking for the thermapop.
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You pay extra for the wireless feature, so you dont need to be at your bbq/oven to monitor temps.
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Feb 16, 2007
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Debating between this and the Nutrichef Smart blutooth at $45.85 (https://www.amazon.ca/NutriChef-Bluetoo ... fkmr0&th=1). New to smoking but I like the blutooth/app aspect of the Nutrichef. Lots of good reviews as well. Anyone have any insight on which one I should go with?

Defective probes appears to be a common issue with any meat thermometer so I'll be sure to buy a couple of extras with whatever I end up going with.

Thanks!
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Feb 17, 2009
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Not sure about the internals, but one thing that stands out immediately is the TP-08 has a wireless unit so you dont have to stand over your bbq/oven.

I have this unit. It's great... They also have a great warranty and lifetime on their probes.
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Jan 18, 2007
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Great company, I accidentally burned one of the cables. They sent me a new one without delay or hassle free of charge
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I'm interested in this, as I have a Weber charcoal bbq grill.. I'm quite new to BBQ's, and I feel like I'm going blind in terms of temperature setting/control with the Weber, so this would help..
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Have this model which I used a handful of time so far. Paid about $50 Build quality is low but it does the job. Great for turning a Weber kettle into a smoker using the snake method!
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The promo code appears to work on other models also, wired/single probe is good for me
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Will this survive inside a pressure cooker or air fryer? or is it strictly for BBQ/oven use ? Ive never used one of these before.

Im pretty sure it won't work for a pressure cooker, but an air fryer?
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Ecsta wrote: Will this survive inside a pressure cooker or air fryer? or is it strictly for BBQ/oven use ? Ive never used one of these before.

Im pretty sure it won't work for a pressure cooker, but an air fryer?
These has wire. You can't get it inside a pressure cooker.

You need wireless one for pressure cooker. There are some solid state one that can handle pressure cooker, but usually a lot more expensive and only rated for certain PSI. You will have to check the spec.

Air fryer might be okay if it has a place for the wire to not block anything.

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