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ThermoWorks Open Box Sale - ThermoPop $20, Dot $27, ThermaQ Meter only $97, ChefAlarm $40 + More - S&H $4

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ThermoWorks [thermoworks.com] is having an Open Box Sale - includes limited quantities of sales demos, customer returns, cosmetic seconds, damaged packaging, and refurbished units. This is a nice time to grab some extra tools at a great price! S&H is a flat $3.99. All open box purchases include a 2 Year Warranty.

*Offer is only available directly from ThermoWorks and only for shipment to destinations within North America, the Caribbean, and Central America. Not available to resellers. Offer is limited to stock on hand and only in the models and colors listed. All sales are final. After-purchase exchanges for other colors cannot be allowed. Includes 2 year warranty for manufacturing defects in operation or specification, cosmetic flaws not covered. Recently purchased new units cannot be exchanged for credit against these "Open Box" or "Refurbished" units. Open Box or Refurbished units are not available for sale except during such Open Box Sales.
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It looks like Thermoworks discontinued the refer a friend program, but their site says referral codes can still be redeemed through the end of the year.

Are there any coupons that would stack with this sale? I searched but couldn't find any.
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The ThermoPop at $20 is better than anything you can find at Amazon for $20.
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I have a maverick 732 that needs replacing. Any suggestions on which to get to replace it? I just need something to track slow smokes because the Weber app is a bit of a joke.
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thanks, been eyeballing a ThermoPop for a few months now. Even though its fairly low cost originally, about $10 off makes it easy to pull the trigger.
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Are these comparable to Lavatools thermometers?
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I have a maverick 732 that needs replacing. Any suggestions on which to get to replace it? I just need something to track slow smokes because the Weber app is a bit of a joke.
I don't think its on sale, but what you should look into is the Thermoworks Smoke. I've had the Maverick 732 and the Smoke and the Smoke has a better build and is much easier to use. Biggest issues I had with the Maverick was the probes would crap out pretty quickly, I'm hoping that isn't the case with the Smoke.

http://www.thermoworks.com/Smoke
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The ThermoPop at $20 is better than anything you can find at Amazon for $20.
Agreed. I picked one up a few years ago when they had this same sale. Has help up great, nearly instant read and is a work horse. The only upgrade I would go for would be a Thermapen, but... only for a better price. Even at $100 hurts my wallet.
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Thermapop seems to only be 2-3 secs slower than Thermapen correct?
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I don't think its on sale, but what you should look into is the Thermoworks Smoke. I've had the Maverick 732 and the Smoke and the Smoke has a better build and is much easier to use. Biggest issues I had with the Maverick was the probes would crap out pretty quickly, I'm hoping that isn't the case with the Smoke.

http://www.thermoworks.com/Smoke
Husband got the Smoke last year for Christmas and it's held up well. I expect nothing less from Thermoworks, though. He loves it.
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Seems like some pretty good deals. Thanks for sharing!
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I have a maverick 732 that needs replacing. Any suggestions on which to get to replace it? I just need something to track slow smokes because the Weber app is a bit of a joke.

Quote from crispybacon :
I don't think its on sale, but what you should look into is the Thermoworks Smoke. I've had the Maverick 732 and the Smoke and the Smoke has a better build and is much easier to use. Biggest issues I had with the Maverick was the probes would crap out pretty quickly, I'm hoping that isn't the case with the Smoke.

http://www.thermoworks.com/Smoke

If the 732 worked for you, then I'd just replace it with the newer (and better) 733 long range model. Don't bother with the 735 as it's bluetooth range is considerably less than that of the 733. I've had them all and the 733 is the way to go. That is until/if the Meater ever actually materializes, haha.

The Smoke as noted above is also a good option. Unfortunately, it uses probes that are too large to fit through the probe access ports on my smoker. But that's probably not a problem for many other people.
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I have several Thermoworks products. They are all great. I started with a quick read thermometer (RT600C), then I got a ChefAlarm for my smoker, then I wanted something a little better suited to smoking (with two probes), and was thinking about getting the Thermoworks Smoke model, but decided to splurge on the ThermaQ when they had a sale like this (I think I got the ThermaQ and two probes for about $142). I also grabbed their TimeStick Trio for $20, but haven't used it yet). I'm borderline addicted to Thermoworks... I'll probably eventually end up with one of each of their products. Wink
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Been thinking of getting a higher end probe for my RecTec smoker. Currently using a Maverick 733 clone and been thinking of splurging for a Fireboard. I have heard mixed reviews about the ChefAlarm (someone claiming they had several failed probes) however my friend who has owned one for three years hasn't had any issues. I have been incredibly happy with my ThermaPen Mk4. Hmmm...
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