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Maverick M Remote Smoker Thermometer [ET-73] - White
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- Remote, wireless smokehouse/meat thermometer
- Monitor smokehouse/meat temperatures from 100 feet away
- Can be used with oven or grill; batteries included
- Alarm sounds if temperature drops too low or jumps too high
- 4 by 2-1/2 by 1 inches; imported
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Wireless Smoker Thermometer tells the cook the internal temperature of the smoker and the internal temperature of the foods being cooked in the smoker from up to 100 feet away.
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The outside unit (the transmitter where the probes plug into) is suppose to be weather guarded, so that maybe light rain will not harm it. I would doubt that is really the case so if I were you, I would cover it with a plastic bag if it is raining. So what's the problem? Well, this means to turn it on/off, you have to unscrew the door to the battery compartment and operate a small switch. Somewhat a pain if you ask me. The second problem is that there is an O ring that immediately fell off my unit, intended to keep the battery door weather resistant. So, what's the use I ask?
The last problem, and maybe the most important is that the programming and buttons on the unit is not very easily understandable or intuitive. For me, it's OK, because all I want is to know what the temperature is but if you expect to use the other features, then you are forced to pull the manual out every time you use it (unless you use it on a weekly basis).
The first thing I did was check the accuracy. I put both of the probes in a pan of water and brought it to a rapid boil. One probe read 212, and the other 213, one degree off. Next I put both in a large glass of water and ice. Both were showing 32 degrees between the ice and water. The tests turned out far better than I had expected.
So far I have used this for three 12-14 hour smokes, and at least 2 6 hour smokes and the batteries are still good. The probes clean easily, and I have had no significant problems.
One thing I noticed is that one of the probes sees to have a bit of melted rubber protruding between the grill temp probe and the connected wire. Since I have never had either probe about 255 degrees, I find that a bit troubling. Not sure I want to use it for a direct grilling application where the temps can go over 400 easily.
I have not had a chance to see how the outside unit handles rain.
All in all, I would not think twice of buying another one of these if I had a need.
Overall, an EXCELLENT value for the price, and as a professional chef, I give it a solid recommendation! The instructions make it easy to learn the simple interface, and it is very user-friendly, even if you aren't an electronics wizard! Other dual probe thermometers that do what this unit does are typically twice as expensive.