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Maverick ET732 Long Range Wireless Dual 2 Probe BBQ Smoker Meat Thermometer Set w/ DB-Tech Meat Temperature Magnet Guide EXPIRED

chulentmitkigel 89 January 31, 2013 at 07:52 AM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Amazon Deals
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Amazon.com has Maverick ET732 Long Range Wireless Dual 2 Probe BBQ Smoker Meat Thermometer Set w/ DB-Tech Meat Temperature Magnet Guide for $59.99 - $15 w/ coupon code 15DISCNT = $44.99 with free shipping. Thanks chulentmitkigel

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http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ANCXJR6

lUSE PROMO CODE 15DISCNT for $15.00 (looks like it’s a MAPPED item at $59.99)

Features
- Monitor internal temperature of meat and smoker or grill from 300 feet away
- Wireless receiver with LCD beeps and flashes when meat temperature goes above your programmed temperature.
- Monitor barbecue temperature. Receiver beeps and flashes if temperature falls above or below your programmed range.
- Count up and Count down timer.
- LCD of receiver has back light for use at night
- Receiver displays barbecue temperature up to 572°F
- Receiver has belt clip and built in stand.
- Transmitter has removable wire stand that also becomes a hanger.
- Food probe wire can be inserted 6" into meat.
- Both probe wires are heat resistant to 716°F
- Can be used in oven or smoker too!
- Lost like alert warns you if your transmitter is out of range or has lost the radio frequency signal.
- Your meat, barbecue, and timer settings are stored even if the unit is turned off.
-lOperates on 4AA batteries (2 Per unit) Included

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Meat Temperature Guide Magnet Description
This is a guide to the core temperatures meat needs to reach for different degrees of cooking, from rare to welldone it is essential you know the internal temperatures of the foods you are cooking. Trying to cook based on times given in a recipe is a mistake that people make all the time. There are so many variables that go into cooking times that it is impossible to know when a piece of meat is ready to come off the sauté pan, grill or out of the oven.
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#3
i got this unit for christmas and it is fantastic. lets you watch the game and be smoking at the same time without having to constantly checking things...smoked a ham and turkey breast perfectly..

baby the probes and don't get them wet...i would also suggest drilling a hole on the side of your smoker using a steel nipple and running the probes through the nipple....prevents crimping/damage
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more information on the steel nipple.....this is a whole mod page ..scroll down to the bottom of the page

http://home.comcast.net/~day_trip...r_mods.htm

http://home.comcast.net/~day_trip...utt_01.jpg
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Thanks and repped. Great price.
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Quote from njsquatch View Post :
i got this unit for christmas and it is fantastic. lets you watch the game and be smoking at the same time without having to constantly checking things...smoked a ham and turkey breast perfectly..

baby the probes and don't get them wet...i would also suggest drilling a hole on the side of your smoker using a steel nipple and running the probes through the nipple....prevents crimping/damage
Any reason why you can't get the probes wet?
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#7
These remote thermometers are great for Qing!
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Any good deals on the probes? Both of mine went out a couple of months ago.
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#9
This is an awesome Meat/Grill thermometer! I picked one up about 6 months ago and I use it all the time.... I highly recommend it at this price!
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Quote from MrPoohh View Post :
Any reason why you can't get the probes wet?
Yeah I would only get something like this if I could also use it for brewing. My other probed thermometers have done fine in brew...
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Is there actually such a thing as a NON-wireless meat thermometer?
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#12
Picked one up to go with my new smoker.....

http://www.amazon.com/Camp-Chef-1...moke+vault

Definitely recommend the smoker and a digital thermo is a necessity- my first remote one though as i hestitated at the full 60. glad i waited and thx op. fyi, costco has a good base bbq rub recommended by a friend that is then mixed with other things like brown sugar for pork, etc.
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Quote from AZSMOKER View Post :
Any good deals on the probes? Both of mine went out a couple of months ago.

Mine too, the probes really suck.

Quote from bboothe View Post :
Picked one up to go with my new smoker.....

http://www.amazon.com/Camp-Chef-18-Inch-Propane-Stainless/dp/B000UJAZGK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1359649030&sr=8-1&keywords=camp+chef+smoke+vault

Definitely recommend the smoker and a digital thermo is a necessity- my first remote one though as i hestitated at the full 60. glad i waited and thx op. fyi, costco has a good base bbq rub recommended by a friend that is then mixed with other things like brown sugar for pork, etc.

I STRONGLY recommend you not buy pre-made rubs. It's simple enough to make your own and you'll be MUCH better profiles. (most pre-made rubs have heaps of paprika - a spice that doesn't hold up well on long smokes anyway) You'll save a ton of money, and you'll be able to control your flavors/salt as well. I never add salt to my rub, I use kosher salt about 1/2 hour before applying the rub. Buy Penzey's spices - great quality - low prices and buy whole spices whenever you can and grind with either mortar & pestle or use a Krupps blade coffee grinder on amazon.
Last edited by verballz January 31, 2013 at 09:27 AM
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Quote from RugerRedhawk View Post :
Yeah I would only get something like this if I could also use it for brewing. My other probed thermometers have done fine in brew...

"According to other reviews, this item is highly susceptible to damage when wet, so don't immerse it in water (ESPECIALLY THE PROBES). Not sure how it performs in rain, but make sure the probes and the jacks stay dry. Also, make sure your probes don't have any kinks, as this can damage it as well."

"Tried smoking salmon for the first time in my Bradley smoker using the Maverick ET732 to monitor my smoking temperature. Unit failed at about 4 hours into the process. Temp went from a constant 140 degrees to about 360. I was not using the meat probe. I have seen numerous reviews complaining of the same problem. Very disappointed in this product. Really had high hopes for it. This was the first time using the product since I received it.

Update: after searching the Bradley Smoker Forum for similar results, I was able to find a solution to the probe failure issue. Any moisture at all and the probes will fail at the connection between the probe and the wire. The secret is to seal that connection with Permatex High-Temp Red RTV silicon gasket. You can purchase this in a 3 oz tube for less than $5. I rubbed it on at the connection point between the probe and wire and then went up the wire about 15 inches. I used rubber gloves to put this on. Let it dry for 24 hrs before use. I also put my non-working (damaged) probe in the oven for about 3 hrs at 300 degrees to dry it out. Do not put the plastic end in the oven that connects to the sending unit. I have now used the same probe I fixed and the unit for a prime rib and a tri-tip and it has worked perfectly. At the suggestion of one forum responder, I no longer put the probes down through the vent on the top of the smoker. I go right through the door gasket and have no problem with this.

Maverick responded to my initial request by sending me two new probes. They actually sent me the longer 6 foot probes. I have no problem with the timely manner in which they responded to my initial email.

The only reason I gave it 4 stars is that the probes should not come that prone to moisture damage. Once you fix the probes yourself, the unit works great."
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Quote from MrPoohh View Post :
Any reason why you can't get the probes wet?
I think that means not to submerge them. It's OK if the braided wire section (or the metal probe) gets wet. The junction where the probe & wire meet is a possible leakage point.
I own the previous model (ET73) and it is great. Good reviews here [amazingribs.com].
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