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RediCheck Remote Cooking Thermometer w/Taste Settings

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  • Remote cooking thermometer with LCD probe and receiver
  • Monitors temperature and doneness of food and signals when ready
  • 24-hour timer programs for six different categories of meat
  • 100-foot range; elapsed cooking timer; LCD screens on both probe monitor and receiver
  • Stainless-steel probe; integrated stand; belt clip; batteries included
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The Maverick RediCheck Remote features a transmitter that reads the internal food temperature 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. Place the transmitter near the oven or grill. Insert the tip of the Food Probe into the center of the food being cooked, and run the probe's lead wire out through the door connecting to the transmitter. The wire is flexible metal sheath and is rated for over 500 degrees F., and isn't hurt by closing the door. The receiver picks up the signal, and displays: the actual internal food temperature, the "set" or target desired temperature, and the type of meat. Each meat type has default taste "doneness" choices for each type of taste (rare, medium, etc.) but you can override any preset temperature and choose your own.

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Designed for accuracy and remote readings, this digital Maverick cooking thermometer untethers you from the oven or the grill. You can even lie down in the hammock knowing the unit will signal you when food reaches pre-programmed settings. In addition to gauging internal temperature, the thermometer tests degree of doneness, tracks cooking time with a 24-hour timer, and can be programmed for six different categories of meat. When your roast or turkey reaches ideal levels, the receiver beeps and flashes its alert.

Composed of two digital units and a stainless-steel probe on a heat-resistant wire, the kit requires some basic practice at first. After that, use is straightforward and simple. In action, the transmitter shows the current temperature, while the receiver shows meat category, doneness level, set and current temperatures, and cooking time. Each of the digital units includes an integrated stand, and the receiver also sports a clip for your belt or apron. The kit requires four AAA batteries total, which Maverick includes to get you started. --Emily Bedard


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  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000AQL24
  • Item model number: ET-72
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,163 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]

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62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Paul Gifford VINE VOICE on July 17, 2005
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I was looking for a thermometer with a remote readout and was reasonably priced. This one is just what I was looking for. I've used it on the grill and in the kitchen and it has improved the quality of my finished product. Before I bought the probe I would overcook the food (erring on the side of safety) and end up with meat that was too dry. With this thermometer that's no longer the case.

I'm going to address complaints raised by other reviewers. I haven't had any trouble with the probe. It's worked fine and the temperature is more accurate than I expected. It indicates room temperature correctly and when put in boiling water (with the probe not touching the bottom of the pan) it reads 212F. The food I've cooked using it comes out appropriately done. The range is a little shorter than I expected but not so short that it's a problem.

In short, I would buy this product again.
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61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Singh on October 17, 2008
I've had this thermometer for about a month, and mostly, I love it. Two major weaknesses though -- keep reading. Because of this tool, meats on the grill come out moist and tender every single time. Other reviewers have touted the many advantages of remote thermometers in general, so I will skip that information here except to say that I stongly agree with those opinions.

This particular thermometer has a nice feature that is missing from most other remote thermometers: it displays the current temperature on the remote handheld unit (as all of these types of thermometers do) but ALSO displays it on a small LCD connected to the temperature probe. It allows two chefs (him at the grill and me in the kitchen) to time our food so that it all comes out together. He can tend to the outdoor guests and to other grill tasks, while at the same time babysitting the probe and making corrections for any odd readings... like if the probe falls out of the meat, or if it stops transmitting due to weak batteries, or if it was placed incorrectly next to a bone.

This thermometer is also more durable than the Remote Digital Thermometer we bought before this one. The cable on that one frayed quickly and the probe completely fell off its cable after fewer than a dozen uses. This Maverick unit, however, is showing no signs of fraying after the same amount of time.

It's very intuitive to use... you may be tempted to skip reading the brief operating instructions. Don't. The warnings and "helpful hints" in there are critical to using this tool successfully.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 22, 2004
We use this model as well as the dual-probe ET-7 for competition BBQ contests throughout the summer and fall. Sure is nice to be able to tend to other tasks, or just shoot the bull with other teams and still have confidence that you know what your pit is up to at any given time. Highly recommended.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Marc Sugiyama on August 23, 2005
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I ordered this remote thermometer after seeing a brief review in the Wall Street Journal. I find that it works well and reports temperatures quite accurately, more so than other electronic thermometers I've tried. I don't consider it "perfect" for two reasons:

1. There are two components - the sender and the receiver. You have to turn them on or reset them in the right order for them to communicate with one another. I don't use this frequently and always need to refer to the instructions to get them talking to one another.

2. The transmitter range is so-so in my house (wood frame, two stories). The receiver loses touch with the transmitter if I take it more than a room away from the kitchen. It would be nice if it worked all around the house.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Mobile in Arizona on April 19, 2005
I too have experienced some trouble with this unit. The first probe that I had did not work from the beginning out of the box. It would cause a readout on the digital display of "HHH" meaning it was too hot for the thermometer to handle. The probe was at room temperature so I was fairly certain that wasn't the case. After contacting the manufacturer I was sent a new probe.

When I got the new probe, I was excited that I was able to get temperature readings other than "HHH" I thought I was in business and the unit was working. I was then disappointed after some experimenting to realize that the temperature that it was displaying was 10-15 degrees above the actual temperature as tested with another thermometer as well as common sense. Obviously a cooking probe that is off by such a large margin is not very helpful.

Overall I would NOT reccomend this product. I am online now searching for a replacement which I have not found yet. Sorry I don't have a better option, although I'm sure there is one out there.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Liam on January 1, 2008
I bought this remote thermometer to use with my Weber Smoker and can't be thankful enough! Let me start by saying that I read all the reviews and was very skeptical when purchasing this device due to other users complaints. I usually use a Polder probe thermometer to measure the temps when smoking but the only way to check it was to go outside, and I found that I was constantly running in and out. I decided to smoke two large pork shoulders on New's Years Eve night starting around 6pm and ending at around noon on New Years Day for a total of about 17 or 18 hours. Let me say I was not chained to my smoker one bit. I was able to enjoy my evening from inside while constantly monitoring temps. I kept it on my night stand and set the alarm to go off if the temps got too high. Needless to say it was around 35 degrees outside, very windy and then it began to snow very hard. I cannot praise this little device enough and it worked flawlessy. I was able to stay warm inside and only had to go outside a few times to add a little more charcoal and turn the roasts. For the price you cannot beat the convienence this thermometer offers. It was also very easy to figure out and use. Hopefully this will last many more smokes!
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