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[Home Depot] Maverick Wireless BBQ Thermometer YMMV

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[Home Depot] Maverick Wireless BBQ Thermometer YMMV

MAVERICK Digital Remote Thermometer with 2-High Heat Probes
Model # HD-377C|Store SKU # 1000836948

Found this wireless bbq thermometer at Barrhaven Home Depot for $20 on clearance. That’s $39.99 off it’s original price of $59.99.

This wireless bbq thermometer has two probes, one to monitor the ambient temp of the bbq or smoker, and another probe to insert into the meat, to monitor the internal meat temp.

Used it for a while, and it’s a really nice unit.
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You found it on clearance, you've used it for a while, and now you decide to post it on hot deals at the full price?

At least put YMMV in the title. My goodness.
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Shows up at Reg. price $59.88, online. How is this a hot deal?

Clearance price at your HD location only, maybe. So, definitely YMMV.
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Fate wrote: You found it on clearance, you've used it for a while, and now you decide to post it on hot deals at the full price?

At least put YMMV in the title. My goodness.
Ok bone head, I bought it last year at the original price, used it for a year, now found it on sale/clearance for $20. I posted it for dicks like you to benefit from it, but I get lip.

See the attached receipt for proof. It’s not the item circled, it’s the thermometer that’s half way down the receipt.

You’re welcome!
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Webhead wrote: Shows up at Reg. price $59.88, online. How is this a hot deal?

Clearance price at your HD location only, maybe. So, definitely YMMV.
Ummmm NO!

As you can see, on Stocktrack.ca it shows up as $59.99 and in stock, but as you can see on the receipt, half way down the receipt, it was bought for $20, even though stocktrack.ca shows the in store price as $59.99.
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HarelD475 wrote: Ok bone head, I bought it last year at the original price, used it for a year, now found it on sale/clearance for $20. I posted it for dicks like you to benefit from it, but I get lip.

See the attached receipt for proof. It’s not the item circled, it’s the thermometer that’s half way down the receipt.

You’re welcome!
I'm not disputing that you got it at the clearance price. I'm sure you did. I'm pointing out that it's not very likely anyone else here will be able to get it at that price. You linked to the full priced item. Clearance sales are store specific, and you didn't even tell us which store you bought it at (you've since edited the post to correct this).

Notice I didn't call you names either?
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Fate wrote: I'm not disputing that you got it at the clearance price. I'm sure you did. I'm pointing out that it's not very likely anyone else here will be able to get it at that price. You linked to the full priced item. Clearance sales are store specific, and you didn't even tell us which store you bought it at (you've since edited the post to correct this).

Notice I didn't call you names either?
I did state in the original post exactly which store it was purchased at...I.e. Barrhaven, in Ottawa. The edited post only added an image of the receipt. I just don’t like comments that are not accurate, or untrue. It rubs me the wrong way, especially when I’m attempting to be helpful.
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Thanks for posting, OP.

How has your experience been with this thermometer?
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https://stocktrack.ca/?s=hd&sku=%201000836948

Stocktrack link. Unfortunately $59.88 everywhere around me.

Edit: Also seems to show it as $59.88 at Barrhaven. So looks like can't rely on Stocktrack for the clearance price.



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Headbeancounter wrote: Thanks for posting, OP.

How has your experience been with this thermometer?
Simply awesome! Nice having the ability to know the ambient temp and internal meat temp, especially in a smoker that you want to keep at a specific lower temp of approx. 230’F while also wanting to make sure the internal meat temp is no more than 145’F. It’s accurate and works well, and has a very long range.

I own a few different types of wireless bbq thermometers, and by far this one is in the top 2 or 3. I have one that I like a bit better, but it has 6 probes, Bluetooth, connects to an app on my iPhone, but was 4 times the price.
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HarelD475 wrote: Ok bone head, I bought it last year at the original price, used it for a year, now found it on sale/clearance for $20. I posted it for dicks like you to benefit from it, but I get lip.

See the attached receipt for proof. It’s not the item circled, it’s the thermometer that’s half way down the receipt.

You’re welcome!
Anybody that knows how to cook properly on a grill would not need to waste money on crap like this.
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AV-Fishing wrote: Anybody that knows how to cook properly on a grill would not need to waste money on crap like this.
Only someone who knows nothing about bbq/smoking would make such an ignorant comment.

Anyone who even has a slight interest in cooking meat properly knows you have to cook to temperature. And the only certain way to do that is with a thermometer.
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HarelD475 wrote: Simply awesome! Nice having the ability to know the ambient temp and internal meat temp, especially in a smoker that you want to keep at a specific lower temp of approx. 230’F while also wanting to make sure the internal meat temp is no more than 145’F. It’s accurate and works well, and has a very long range.

I own a few different types of wireless bbq thermometers, and by far this one is in the top 2 or 3. I have one that I like a bit better, but it has 6 probes, Bluetooth, connects to an app on my iPhone, but was 4 times the price.
What was the model of the 6 probe one that you like more?
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doctorgonzo wrote: Only someone who knows nothing about bbq/smoking would make such an ignorant comment.

Anyone who even has a slight interest in cooking meat properly knows you have to cook to temperature. And the only certain way to do that is with a thermometer.

I guess for an idiot, you would keep on opening the grill to check on the thermometer to see what temperature your steak is (and at the same time letting out the heat for uneven cooking).

Two different cuts and both done perfectly ... it's called experience.

New York Striploin:

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Top Sirloin:

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Know your cut. Know your grill. Know your time. Done.
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AV-Fishing wrote: I guess for an idiot, you would keep on opening the grill to check on the thermometer to see what temperature your steak is (and at the same time letting out the heat for uneven cooking).

Two different cuts and both done perfectly ... it's called experience.

New York Striploin:


IMG_20200503_120053.jpgIMG_20200503_120314.jpg


Top Sirloin:


IMG_20200503_175359.jpgIMG_20200503_175512.jpgIMG_20200503_175534.jpg


Know your cut. Know your grill. Know your time. Done.
Typical arrogant boomer response. Devoid of any humility or reason.

Sorry, but those all look poorly grilled to me. Crappy sear without proper maillard reaction.

But meat thermometers are an important component of REAL BBQ - meaning low and slow smoking.

You're telling me you can just magically think your way through smoking a brisket for 12+ hours because you just 'know'?

Smoking meat is about temperature. What do you do? Just lick the meat and you just know hit 203F?
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jdmfishingonly wrote: I guess for an idiot, you would keep on opening the grill to check on the thermometer to see what temperature your steak is (and at the same time letting out the heat for uneven cooking).

Two different cuts and both done perfectly ... it's called experience.

Know your cut. Know your grill. Know your time. Done.
Sorry, anyone who thinks their steaks are "perfect" with grill marks doesn't really know how to grill properly.
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Grilling is not the same as bbq.
Bbq is low and slow.
You need a thermometer.
jdmfishingonly wrote: I guess for an idiot, you would keep on opening the grill to check on the thermometer to see what temperature your steak is (and at the same time letting out the heat for uneven cooking).

Two different cuts and both done perfectly ... it's called experience.

New York Striploin:


IMG_20200503_120053.jpgIMG_20200503_120314.jpg


Top Sirloin:


IMG_20200503_175359.jpgIMG_20200503_175512.jpgIMG_20200503_175534.jpg


Know your cut. Know your grill. Know your time. Done.
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Jeez this is where all ugly rfd'ers are hiding. Only sith deal in absolutes. "Know your meat, cut, time" lol. Grill marks to boot. Next time you play BBQ Jesus at least show us something from a flattop or cast iron skillet
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hahahaha this thread is making me laugh. Came for the thermometer but i stayed for the beef.

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