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Discussion in 'Meat Thermometers' started by tjohnson, Jan 12, 2011.
Ok Thank you, Just got mine ordered.
And I Just Shipped It!
Man you have been going through those like hot cakes Todd.
Where was this thread hiding?, just ordered mine
Glad this popped back up, I just placed an order and thanks for the free shipping
In one of the videos I saw, the reviewer stated the unit was "water proof" or water tight. It rains quite often here in FL, and I was wondering if this unit is actually sealed and water tight?
I am glade this came up again i will be ordering mine soon(next few days) thanks TJohnson!
I got mine last week. He shipped it quite fast. Because of the free shipping, I added five pounds of dust to the order. Good Deal!
Just got the answer from Maverick
"We like to say Rain Proof. Do not immerse it in water."
During rainy weather, i stuck mine in a baggie, just for a little extra protection
Hope this helps!
It does, thanks.
Just got mine in the mail last night. Works great. I get readings throughout the entire house and all the way out to the street.Thanks for the speedy delivery.
"Free Shipping" on your entire order if they buy a Maverick ET-732 Thermo
Coupon Code = ET732SHIP
Don't forget to use the code!!!
Thought that you might be interested in an idea I had for how to store that five pounds of dust.
Some time ago, I saw a post suggesting plastic juice jars. I have been saving my Ocean Spray jars. Previously, when I filled them, I made a funnel out of a rolled up tube of paper. Worked ok, but not great.
This time we had the idea of using a milk jug. Turns out that the pouring spout on the milk jug fit perfectly inside of the top of the juice jug. I cut off the bottom, and had a large funnel to spoon the dust into. Still had to help it along with a long chop stick to make it flow, but worked like a champ. Here is a picture to show what I mean.
I just may have to buy back some of that sawdust!
Nope -- I'm sure you've got all you might need. You can have the suggestion for free. I was happy with how well it worked. Hardly spilled any of the dust. Before when using a paper funnel, there was a lot more spillage.
I have two pork butts and two racks of baby back ribs in the freezer just waiting for nicer weather and getting the urge again. That cheese we did a while back has matured nicely. I opened up one of the more melted blobs yesterday, and although it was not pretty, it tasted just fine.
anybody have a unit that won't turn on? i used mine twice and not the pocket unit won't turn on, so i have to go back outside to check temps
Get a hold of Todd, I'm sure he will take care of it.
Try replacing the batteries. if this does not fix the problem, PM me or email me. You can send it back and I'll send you a new one
Also sent you a PM
Todd, I am new to this forum and I'd like to buy this thermometer from you. Your website says, "Item should ship mid December when it's available from the manufacturer. "
Does this mean that you don't have them in stock anymore?