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Maverick ET-733 Long Range Wireless Dual Probe BBQ Smoker Meat Thermometer with Larger Display and added Features - Black
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- New Features include: Larger Backlit Screen Shows more information (you can now see the Custom set alert Temperature at all times) , 2 Hybrid Probes are included, Easier controls and 15 New Preset Temperatures of types of meat to choose from
- Monitor internal temperature of meat from 300 feet away; wireless receiver with LCD beeps and flashes when meat temperature goes above your programmed temperature
- Wireless receive will beep a Loss of signal alert if you go out of range for more than a minute
- Probe wires are 3 feet long and are rated for 716°F; Operated on 4 AAA Batteries Included
- Preprogrammed Temperatures include 15 types of meat and poultry; All Preprogrammed Temperatures can be reprogrammed to set cooking temperatures to suit your personal taste.
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 3 x 12 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.8 pounds|
Set includes receiver, transmitter, 2 hybrid probes & 2 grill clips, 1 BBQ Grill Mat Monitors 2 things at once! 1 food and 1 BBQ or 2 foods or 2 BBQS. Probe wires are 3 ft long and are rated for 716°F Receiver stores settings even when unit is off 6 preset temperatures for Beef, Veal, Lamb, Pork, Chicken and Turkey 9 BONUS preset temperatures for Game meats, Deer, Elk, Moose, Buffalo, Rabbit, Boar, Duck, Bird & Fish Customize preset temperatures to personal taste Raise all temperature settings by pressing HI or lower them by pressing LO Audio alarm alerts you when preset temperature is reached Loss of signal alert if you go out of range for more than a minute Large 300 ft range Select between Fahrenheit and Celsius The receiver will display 32°F to 572°F In BBQ mode you can set the high alert range from 140°F to 572°F and 32°F to 554°F in the low alert range 4 AAA batteries included
Top Customer Reviews
Performance has been excellent. I have and use the ET-733 (the white version) a lot, and won't grill or use my smoker without it. You can use the two probes to measure the BBQ temp and the meat temp (huge help when using a smoker. You'll be amazed at how much heat is lost when you open the smoker during operation) or two different meats. The displays on both the monitor and remote units are clear and easy to read. It's pretty easy to use, but you'll want to read through the manual first (it's short, but pretty well-written) to get familiar with all the options. Probe placement is especially critical for performance -- you want to position the probe in the thickest area of the meat or you'll get erroneous results.
With the exception of the color I didn't notice any performance difference in terms of temperature accuracy or range. The green version synced up between the remote and the base just as quickly as the older model. The build quality is also the same (generally good, with the only exception being the flip out stands which are made of rather thin wire).
It comes with batteries (AAA alkalines). I noticed the same issue with this version as I have with other versions in that it doesn't seem to like rechargeable batteries all that much, especially in the remote unit. I get better range and quicker syncing when I use alkalines. The battery life is good (get months out of the battery using it at least a couple times per week) so it doesn't chew through batteries quickly, but I would still like it better if I could use rechargeables reliably.
The pre-set temperature ranges is very comprehensive covering both the basics (chicken, fish, beef, veal, etc.) plus game meats such as elk and deer. It's a handy feature even if you prefer to set your own temp targets.
While the device is marketed towards outdoor coking, you can also use it when cooking in the oven indoors. The probe wire is thin enough that the oven door still closes just fine with the wire passing through it. Depending on how your oven door gaskets are situation you may need to be careful that the wire does not get pinched since a broken lead wire will render this inoperable.
This dresses up an already excellent performing remote thermometer with a nice new color. Since the performance is the same as the white version, you can cross-shop this between models to get the one that has the best price without losing any functionality.
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Even if it was accurate, the interface is the messiest and most poorly designed I've ever seen on any type of temperature probe. It's as if it was designed by gerbils, and syncing the devices is a lot more finnicky than it should be (Lots of rebooting each for no reason, they don't just magically sync like they should... every once in a while they will though). Choosing a meat and a set temperature couldn't be more difficult, and I have to consult the manual every single time to navigate the myriad of inefficient and confusing menus, because there's no way you could ever figure it out on your own due to the lack of any sort of logic being used at all whatsoever in it's implementation.
Because of it's inaccuracy, you could ruin a batch of beer hitting the wrong target temps, or while smoking meats you could risk poisoning your family when one of the probes reads 140F when it's really 135F, or also end up overcooking your meat when it's reading high. Stay away from this shoddily designed product at all costs!
I'm willing to bet a lot of the positive reviews never actually took the time to compare the readings of both probes, which never match up, nor did they test their accuracy in boiling or ice cold freezing water. People are unfortunately busy or lazy and don't tend to do these things, but it's essential if you want to make sure it actually works.