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Maverick ET-7 Remote-Check Wireless Thermometer With 2 Probes

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  • Monitor two different foods at one time.
  • Works wirelessly up to 100 feet.
  • Probe and wire are rated for over 500 degrees.
  • Elapsed cooking timer
  • Batteries included
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  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.9 x 2.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00004SZ10
  • Item model number: ET-7
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (537 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,223 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The RediChek remote features a transmitter that reads the internal food termperature with a digital electronic food probe, then sends that information wirelessly up to 100 feet away, freeing you from standing next to the oven or grill during the cooking period. When the desired temperature is reached an alarm goes off! The taste or doneness of meats can be determined to be rare, medium, medium well, or well done based on the type of food and the internal temperature reached during cooking.


Cooking a dinner-party roast, holiday turkey, or backyard-barbecue pork loin to precisely the proper temperature without fuss is a snap with this thermometer. You can even monitor two foods (beef and lamb, for instance) simultaneously, since two stainless-steel probes are included, each 6 inches long and each connected to a 39-inch stainless-steel wire.

Here's how it works: program the tool (two AA batteries included) by selecting either "beef," "veal," "lamb," "pork," "chicken," or "turkey." Then program to rare, medium-rare, medium, or well-done. The monitor displays the proper temperature--which can be altered by pressing a button. Place the probe into, say, a turkey. Run the wire from the oven and close the door. (Door should remain closed until turkey is done so oven temperature doesn't vary.) Plug the wire into the monitor, and open the monitor's built-in stand. Set the clock to the current time. (Remember, two probes can be used simultaneously for different foods, with the monitor programmed separately for each.) The monitor constantly displays the turkey's internal temperature and elapsed cooking time. (The timer can be used independently of thermometer.) When the turkey reaches the selected temperature, an alarm sounds.

Meanwhile, hook the pager (two AA batteries included) to your belt or drop it into your pocket. The pager beeps when the monitor's alarm sounds and works up to 75 feet away, liberating the cook from the kitchen. The probes can also be plugged into the pager, which displays a food's temperature on its LCD screen. So barbecuing brisket outside, roasting chicken in the oven, and keeping track of both is possible. --Fred Brack

Customer Reviews

The unit I received couldn't reliably transmit to the receiver 10 feet away inside my house.
The fact that you can monitor two meats at once and have different set temps for each is great.
J. Beavers
I tried new batteries in both receiver and transmitter, and still can't it to transmit further.
H. Herstad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

203 of 213 people found the following review helpful By Carl Mclaren on August 28, 2006
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This is useful and fun, what more could you ask ? You can use one or two probes. The probes are connected to the transmitter, you then turn on the remote, then the transmitter. I use it for everything, steaks, chops, whatever. I go into the living room and watch the remote. When the temperature gets over about 100 I turn the meat over if necessary. The only thing I have noticed is the temperatures that trigger the audible alarm are set too high, likely thanks to lawyers. For example, when I set it to medium rare for beef, it was more like medium. Now I set it on rare ( 140 ) and get a perfect medium rare. For pork the number is 170. I take it off at 160. After all, it continues to cook after it is taken off. Before I bought this I used to guess but now I get perfect results every time. Highly recommended.
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70 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Hutton on May 23, 2006
Great product, I can have a steak and chicken on at the same time and don't have to keep going back to the BBQ to check if they are done. The down side is that it goes through batteries quickly but with rechargeable not a major problem.
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136 of 144 people found the following review helpful By T. Kirkham on May 21, 2006
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This thing is very handy. I am just getting the hang of a new smoker, and bought this so I did not have to be chained to the smoker on hot summer days.

I put one probe in the smoker to measure heat temp, and the other in a pork shoulder. It alternates back and forth between the two, constantly keeping me update. the convenience is awesome. Allows me to work on my computer and take care of customers while I smoke my meat.

This is the first time I've used it, so I don't know about battery life, but regardless, it is great. The radio reception works great through an outside and one interior wall.

UPDATE (June 30, 2012): In the years since I wrote this review, I've bought another one just like it so I can monitor up to 3 pieces of meat while monitoring the smoker temp. I've cooked a lot with these, and have never regretted buying them. Seriously cannot imagine life without it. BUY. IT. NOW.
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76 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Gardner on August 27, 2006
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This transmitter works flawlessly. The dual-probes let you track two meats - or if you are like me and like to cook things at low (200-250 degree) temperatures it is invaluable to free you from having to sit next to the grill the whole time.

You can set your own custom temperature you want it to alert you at - if none of the presets work (in my case I just set one of them up to beep if it goes above 275 - so I know it is getting too hot...)

Unlike other wireless transmitters - this one is rated up to 500 degrees... and if it gets out of range it will display "HHH" instead of just frying itself like other brands probes. If a probe should ever go bad - Maverick will replace it for free (instructions in the box tell you where to mail it to)

The only reason this thermometer doesn't get 5 stars is because the interface is not completely intuitive... You really do have to read the manual to figure out how to do basic things like reset the countdown timer, or set the clock. The other thing keeping it from being a 5-star unit is the lack of setting a "temperature floor" that you want it to beep if it gets "below" which would be useful for when I'm using it as a gril thermometer.

The few drawbacks aside: this is an excellent unit that works wonderfully well. Heck - it even comes with batteries! Buy it today and you wont regret it.

UPDATE: 2010 -

This thing died on me after about a year of using it. For most things now I use a thermapen, and for wireless stuff I use a stoker connected to wifi - so I haven't missed this very much.

I would no longer recommend this unless you are looking for a cheap thermometer that might not last that long.
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61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Da Tamer on March 2, 2011
Let's all calm down about probes failing, etc and think this through. I have had a Maverick wireless unit for about 2.5 years (the previous model). During this time I have used it probably 50 times (yes I grill a lot) and the unit has never failed me other than the need to replace batteries (two times when I left the unit on for days after use). On to the probes - I thought it was understood (read some of the other reviews and you'll see this same advice) that the probes are NOT water proof. So if you use a probe and throw it in the dish washer or drop it in the sink to clean it, it might work a couple of times. Maybe, but I doubt it. As I understand it (and it makes all the sense in the world) if water is allowed to run down between the wire and the probe itself, the unit will fail and you will be buying another probe - if you don't throw the damned thing out in frustration. Subsequent probes will fail also, not due to anything other than the water intrusion problem. Read the one star reviews about probe failure and most of them sound similar - it worked a couple of times and then the readings were very inacurate. First question would be - did water get between the wires and the probes? I'm sure there are a number of ways to avoid this problem but in my case when I'm done with a cook I wipe the probe down with a disinfectant wipe (lysol kitchen wipes, whatever) and that's it - I'm ready to go. No water used, but very clean. Do not put the probe under running water or immerse it in water and don't orient it such that rain water is allowed to run down the wires into the probe and chances are it will last for a very long time, as mine has. Hopefully reading this review will save some purchasers a lot of frustration. Good luck.
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