Wireless thermometers

Discussion in 'Meat Thermometers' started by bamagrill43, Sep 24, 2008.

  1. I am considering seriously about buying a wireless thermometer
    Does anyone have experience with these ?
  2. roadrunr

    roadrunr Meat Mopper

    maverick et-73 dual probe, bout the best out there..has one probe for your meat, and one for smoker temp. remote works pretty dang good within its 100' range. definately recomended
  3. fireguy

    fireguy Smoking Fanatic

    ill 2nd that!!!
  4. guvna

    guvna Smoking Fanatic

    what they said... the et-73 is awesome!
  5. walking dude

    walking dude Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

  6. davidmcg

    davidmcg Meat Mopper

    I don't have a wireless temp, where do they sell the ET-73?
  7. walking dude

    walking dude Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    check any bbq supply store in your area, if nuttin else.......online.........amazon i bet has em............
  8. ddave

    ddave Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Here is the link for Amazon:


    I really like mine but might I suggest buying the 2 pak of 6ft. food probes. The leads that come with the original probes are very short and I was told by Maverick Customer Service that one of the longer cabled food probes would work fine for smoker temp.

  9. justsmoke2

    justsmoke2 Smoking Fanatic

    I use a Nu Temp wireless which has a set up for 3 probes, and a base unit. I have had mine for 3 years now and am totally satisfied with it. I bought all 3 units and use 1 for my smoker temp and the other 2 for meat. Here is a web site for it.


    No matter what type of thermometer you get DO NOT submerge the probe under water. That is leading cause of meat thermometers going bad.

    The feature I like best about the Nu Temp is that I can set 1 alarm for temp on the high side or low side. With the base unit I can sit in my lounge chair and check my temps without having to get up.
  10. sandman67

    sandman67 Newbie

    I use a Weber wireless and so far it works great. It has a thinner probe which I like for smalled pieces of meat and the wireless part is nice. I can watch TV in my living room or be cleaning my garage (both are about 50' from the grill) and still get a solid reading.

    One bad thing about the Weber is the preset temps. There's no way to set the alarm to go off at a specific temp. You can only uses the preset temps. But the way I figure it, with the remote I can keep an eye on it and pull it off when I want. Not a deal breaker for me.
  11. mgwerks

    mgwerks Smoking Fanatic

    I use 4 wireless and 1 wired thermometers. The multiples are for when smoking different meats (butt/brisket), or meats of different sizes.
  12. Well thanks guys for the great info , I believe I am going to try out the ET-73.[​IMG]
  13. crash01

    crash01 Newbie

    I just got my ET-73 from the brown truck turns out the driver is a smoker too....(meat) that is so I emailed him a link to this site.
    Best Regards

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