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Maverick ET-71OS RediChek Remote Wireless Cooking Thermometer With LCD Transmitter
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- •Programmable meat thermometer with timer •Monitor internal temperature of meats as they cook, both at the source and up to 100' away
- Wireless receiver displays alert and actual temperatures and beeps when meat is done
- •Use with indoor oven or outdoor grill
- 4 AAA batteries included
- Instructions included
- RediChek Remote Cooking Thermometer by Maverick
- Monitor internal temperature of meats as they cook, both at the source and up to 100 feet away
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The RediChek Remote Cooking Thermometer takes all the guesswork out of knowing when your meats on the grill or in the oven are done and cooked to perfection. This thermometer features a stainless steel probe to take accurate readings in the oven or the grill. Monitor food doneness up to 100-feet away; temperature is displayed on the receiver for convenience. Program the thermometer to the desired temperature, and RediChek will alert you by beeping when the desired temperature has been reached. Requires four AAA batteries (included).
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Then while smoking my last round of meats, it messed up. The temp had been tracking perfectly as it climbed slowly up from 40 degrees to around 150. I was going for a target temp of 155 but when it got to 152, it all of a sudden started beeping and the reading said it was 345 degrees! All within a couple of minutes. The only way that could happen was if my smoker had caught fire so I rushed to the door and looked out but there was no fire. In fact, my smoker was holding at 190 degrees as it was set to do. I disconnected the temperature probe, turned the base and receiver units off, then back on, reset them but they still gave false readings. While holding the sensor in my hand it said the temp was 145 degrees! I'm a pretty handsome guy and all the women say I'm hot, but I'm not THAT hot! Hahahah, just kidding.
So, save your money and try a different remote thermometer. I haven't contacted Amazon or the OEM yet to see about getting it repaired but I hope it's relatively pain free. If not, I'll let you know.
I received the replacement unit in late April and it worked fine. I've used it about 8 times since then. Last night, I was grilling a tri tip roast that needed to be started on very high heat and then moved to a cooler area to finish off. After checking the transmission, I started searing the meat and noticed that the unit had stopped transmitting. After searing I inserted the probe and moved the meat to the cooler part of the grill. I attempted to restart the transmission 5 times, gave up and stayed out in 23 degree weather watching the sending unit until it reached the 128 degrees I was shooting for. This thing is a complete piece of crap and I wouldn't use another one under any circumstances.
The reviews on this unit seemed to positive and the price was fine.
I only recently used it while doing a pork loin on the grill. It worked like a charm. It took a little fussing around to figure out how to change the Alert setting but once I did it worked as is should.
The probe was easy to put into the meat and the length of cable was long enough to reach outside to the table on the side of the grill. The receiver inside the house worked like a charm. It was really great not having to stand around outside tending the food the entire time.
Last night I used it the second time but, alas, completely different result. This time I was cooking a roast inside the house. Unfortunately, it simply didn't work. All I could get were these three readings ".....", "HHHH" and various random temperatures in the high 300's. I tried new batteries but still the same result.
It's past the Amazon return deadline so I seem to have two little paperweights.
I will be checking with the manufacturer and will update with that happens.