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Reddit mentions of ThermoPro TP-04 Digital meat-thermometers, White/Grey

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We found 3 Reddit mentions of ThermoPro TP-04 Digital meat-thermometers, White/Grey. Here are the top ones.

ThermoPro TP-04 Digital meat-thermometers, White/Grey
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Lifetime Sensor Probe Warranty – Although the sensor probe is rigidly produced, after a long-time period of use, a few amount units could experience incorrect temperature readings problem caused by careless or improper use of sensor probe. We will provide you a brand-new sensor probe, free of charge!Digital meat thermometer features programmable alert with present temperature for 7 types of meat recommended by USDA, can also set temperature manuallyGrill thermometer with 40" stainless steel mesh cable connects thermometer to base, outside of smoker, oven, grill or stovetop; Large LCD screen offers a clear display; Table top & magnet-mountable designOven thermometer with 6.5" food grade STEP-DOWN design probe to get temperature more precisely and quickly; Both Fahrenheit and Celsius readings; Range: 32°F to 482°F (0°C to 250°C); With high accuracy: ±1.8°F/1°CCooking thermometer features countdown timer up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, never worry about overcooking; AAA Batteries Included

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Found 3 comments on ThermoPro TP-04 Digital meat-thermometers, White/Grey:

u/jreddit5 · 2 pointsr/grilling

Yeah, you're right about the price. It's kind of a luxury item. It seems like it will be worth it to me for the convenience of it and also I think the repeatability and ease of learning. My time is limited (my dreams of having an offset, wood burning smoker I can tend to all day will have to wait until I'm retired and have a place outside the dense city), and I'm buying prime meat from Costco every so often that quickly adds up to the cost of the Slow n Sear so the initial expense will fade away.

But there's plenty of other options for the Weber kettle, such as using fire bricks to wall off the charcoal, and a pan for water. Look up the snake / fuse method. The Thermoworks thermometers are also a luxury item, and there are lots of thermometers on Amazon that are much cheaper and have high ratings, both meat/pit probes and instant read. My friend just bought this probe for $10, but I haven't learned what he thinks about it yet. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B012ADXZF6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/gr8balooga · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I just bought this ThermoPro TP-04 for my fathers xmas present, it's not wireless and only has 1 probe though.

Maverick seemed to be one of the most recommended brands on /r/smoking and /r/bbq. I didn't need the wireless because my dad will sit out with the smoker and check on it a lot.

This Maverick ET-73 would have been my other choice because it has dual probes and falls within a reasonable price range (~$29-33ish atm).

I'm sorry to say that these are only recommendations and I have no experience with either of these. There were a lot of complaints about the probes failing on many of the thermometers that I looked at as well so make sure that you read some reviews!

u/9876876329847613 · 0 pointsr/food

Not really. If you're serious about slow roasting in your oven, you need an oven thermometer and a leave-in probe thermometer.

You need the oven thermometer, because the built in temperature control on your oven is likely to be off by a good 10-20 degrees. The leave-in probe allows you to keep your oven closed at a constant temperature and avoid poking your meat full of holes.