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reservoird wrote:Looks to me like they got it backwards. Wouldn't it make sense to have just a transmitter with the thermometer, and something with a data screen on the receiver end? You know, so you can tell how the meat's doing on the grill in January without going outside? Other similar products are set up this way.
And yes, if you have one of these, you're far more likely to grill in the wintertime.
Agreed. If the temp read-out was not attached, I would be in. I'd like to know the temp of my roast from the couch.
"If it smells done, it's done. If it smells burnt, it's burnt. If it don't smell, it ain't done yet."