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Digital Wireless Bluetooth Cooking Meat Thermometer for BBQ Smoker Grill Oven, $32.62 - $47.99 (Regular $40.79-$59.99)

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Too bad this thing doesn't run via wifi rather than bluetooth.
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they need to make the probe cordless so when you are using a smoker, it is more convenient.
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I use a similar thing while smoking meat. It's very helpful. As someone else said, it would be more convenient if the prods were cordless, but I feel as though that would make the device much more expensive.
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they need to make the probe cordless so when you are using a smoker, it is more convenient.
They have such a device called the Meater and it's a lot more expensive.
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They have such a device called the Meater and it's a lot more expensive.
Yup, been eyeing the meater since it was on kick-starter
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not really inconvenient at all, i use the maverick/redichek, never heard of this brand in the OP

if anything, they should just make the probe wires longer
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not really inconvenient at all, i use the maverick/redichek, never heard of this brand in the OP

if anything, they should just make the probe wires longer
A member of my smoking group bought one and the Bluetooth died after buying. Inkbird said so sad, too bad. I wouldn't buy their products after how their customer service treated him.
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A member of my smoking group bought one and the Bluetooth died after buying. Inkbird saud so sad, too bad. I wouldn't but their products after how their customer service treated him.
Thanks for the heads up
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I can vouch for this one, Wifey bought it for me as a gift. It has been rock solid and great range. Through three walls and 35+ feet away from my Smoker to my Office. 6 Ports but comes with just two probes.

https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-T...hermometer
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I can vouch for this one, Wifey bought it for me as a gift. It has been rock solid and great range. Through three walls and 35+ feet away from my Smoker to my Office. 6 Ports but comes with just two probes.

https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-T...hermometer
Well the listed one got a B rating on fakespot and the one you listed got D
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Well the listed one got a B rating on fakespot and the one you listed got D
I made no mention of Customers reviews let alone if they are real or not, just my own personal experience. Which after six uses over the last five weeks has been nothing but positive. Very nice app, with presets or customized settings and nice range. That's all.
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Got one.... Going to try it out. Seems to have good reviews.
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Too bad this thing doesn't run via wifi rather than bluetooth.
WiFi wasn't mean for devices like this. Also, it makes far more sense to run on BT. These types of devices tend to be used outdoors possibly at parks or in backyards where WiFi coverage will usually be bad to non-existent. What advantage would there be if this ran on WiFi? It would use far more power as well.
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WiFi wasn't mean for devices like this. Also, it makes far more sense to run on BT. These types of devices tend to be used outdoors possibly at parks or in backyards where WiFi coverage will usually be bad to non-existent. What advantage would there be if this ran on WiFi? It would use far more power as well.
How many times are you really going to be using this device in a park, rather than at your house? I'm guessing not very often. It far more likely that this device is going to be used at home, where you do have wifi.
The range on BT devices like this sucks. I've had bluetooth thermometers before and I've always gone back to the wifi models that have much better range.
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