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Maverick Remote BBQ Thermometer & Timer

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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
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wootalyzer


quality posts: 1 Private Messages wootalyzer

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Maverick Remote BBQ Thermometer & Timer
$12.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

*DISCLAIMER* Wootalyzer! is in no way affiliated with Woot!, and this post may not always be here!

klacour


quality posts: 17 Private Messages klacour

I've had nothing but bad luck with these remote thermometers ... the probe cable always seems to get broken ...

A woot minion since 2006 ...

bvbooks


quality posts: 12 Private Messages bvbooks

Cool, look, it's all Mavericky and Battlefield Earth (2000).

ktothej57


quality posts: 1 Private Messages ktothej57

it's about time.

eldiablohijo


quality posts: 35 Private Messages eldiablohijo

This is actually tempting.

Would be nice to have some idea what temp my food is at while grilling.

markviens


quality posts: 1 Private Messages markviens

Have one, love it. I use it for roasting meat in the oven . . . great on holidays when you are too busy to babysit it. Had it three years, still works great.

Just call me 'Sir Woots-a-lot'.

reelhouse


quality posts: 1 Private Messages reelhouse

These work great until you forget to bring the transmitter inside after a huge drunk bbq pool party and it gets wet...Then, not-so-much.

FrogControl


quality posts: 1 Private Messages FrogControl

Does it have caller ID?

zabujil


quality posts: 0 Private Messages zabujil

We bought this the last go-round. My DH loves it.

Greshmahg


quality posts: 50 Private Messages Greshmahg

I'm in for 2, but I have a caveat for potential buyers: This thing is only rated for a maximum temperature of 479 degrees.

Why is this important? Well, if you are like me and have an infrared grill, it can get up to over 900 degrees, which would melt the compound in the probe, rendering it useless. If you have an infrared, I recommend the dual probe thermoworks with tips that are rated for 1000+.

Why 2 for me? For one of my smokers. One probe to put into the meat to monitor it, and one probe to attach to an alligator clip in the smoker itself to get a detailed reading of the actual temp in it (which should never go above about 225).

martyflynn3


quality posts: 1 Private Messages martyflynn3
klacour wrote:I've had nothing but bad luck with these remote thermometers ... the probe cable always seems to get broken ...



Have you had this one or are you just saying in general? I was interested until i read this

crowsnest


quality posts: 53 Private Messages crowsnest

Just for you Gatzby!



@crowsnest531

smedleyt


quality posts: 0 Private Messages smedleyt

Will there be Bacon Salt soon to accompany this item?

No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country.
George S. Patton

RoachisaroacH


quality posts: 4 Private Messages RoachisaroacH

If you cook BEEF to 170 you and it have no taste

bnhadams


quality posts: 2 Private Messages bnhadams

Will this work with my Mac n' Cheese?

tiptonhr


quality posts: 0 Private Messages tiptonhr
tstivors wrote:1st Review!

http://www.technupower.com/maverick-et-901-remote-bbq-thermometer-and-timer-1081.html



That's not much of a review.

Amazon's got a little bit more about these:

http://www.amazon.com/Maverick-Industries-ET-901-Wireless-Thermometer/dp/B000FADA48

dbody


quality posts: 0 Private Messages dbody

430??


Im sure ill be around then hoovering over the f5 button!!

wareagle007


quality posts: 0 Private Messages wareagle007

Awesome! In for one.

mparmer


quality posts: 3 Private Messages mparmer

I wonder if there's an app for that.. It'd be nice not to have to carry around some 1990's looking phone, to have to measure the temp of my steaks, while i'm multitasking. Now if we could get a probe unit that uploads to a central database and then updates you with a push notification once your meat is about to reach perfect temp, that would be something.

cappomutato


quality posts: 19 Private Messages cappomutato

Got this last time. It's pretty great. Has a nice solid probe that doesn't seem likely to break any time soon. Easy to use.

yay taco

dirkgently31


quality posts: 0 Private Messages dirkgently31
tstivors wrote:1st Review!

http://www.technupower.com/maverick-et-901-remote-bbq-thermometer-and-timer-1081.html



Not really a review so much as a specs press release...

Tiamat114


quality posts: 48 Private Messages Tiamat114

3 stars on Amazon and nearly twice the price.

Dunnski


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Dunnski

I have one and use it both in the oven and the grill. Highly recommend.

Santeeruss


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Santeeruss

In for one.. Used an Oregon Scientific until one of my kids lost the receiver

macaroon214


quality posts: 0 Private Messages macaroon214

I picked one of these up off of another woot off. Love it. We use it in the kitchen and on the grill. Have had it for almost a year (looks like the same exact model, but couldn't be sure).

lacotomo


quality posts: 11 Private Messages lacotomo

They sell this same unit at Omaha Steaks for 20 bucks. Bought one and love it. No broken cables for 2 years and it works in the oven or grill. I like that I can take it wireless around the yard and still hear the temp. This is a must have for grilling.

I smoke baby back ribs and need a constant temp and this lets me know that all that deliciousness is good to go!

DaveBert99


quality posts: 0 Private Messages DaveBert99

Is good. Got one last time they were offered. Me likey.

fuzzyscribble


quality posts: 8 Private Messages fuzzyscribble

I have one of these. The only issue is range...it doesn't let you know if it has lost the signal from the transmitter. If you're looking for a patio/kitchen sort of thing...this will work well. If you're looking for patio to the second floor back bedroom...not so much.

bpb-o


quality posts: 0 Private Messages bpb-o

Exactly what is a quality post???. Anyone know?

misuhsipee


quality posts: 2 Private Messages misuhsipee

I was wondering what to get my dad for his birthday, and then this appeared. Thanks, Woot!

Olsonbarb


quality posts: 3 Private Messages Olsonbarb

Wow, this is one woot I'm in for and will use it often, thanks woot!

greenpotatochip


quality posts: 0 Private Messages greenpotatochip
crowsnest wrote:Just for you Gatzby!





It's "AN" shrubbery

jonima


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jonima

Great Googly Moogly. Next!!!!

ionh


quality posts: 0 Private Messages ionh

http://www.woot.com/forums/viewpost.aspx?postid=3375647

redwings


quality posts: 0 Private Messages redwings

Can this be used with a rotisserie?

crowsnest


quality posts: 53 Private Messages crowsnest
dbody wrote:430??


Im sure ill be around then hoovering over the f5 button!!



@crowsnest531

Santeeruss


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Santeeruss
Greshmahg wrote:I'm in for 2, but I have a caveat for potential buyers: This thing is only rated for a maximum temperature of 479 degrees.

Why is this important? Well, if you are like me and have an infrared grill, it can get up to over 900 degrees, which would melt the compound in the probe, rendering it useless. If you have an infrared, I recommend the dual probe thermoworks with tips that are rated for 1000+.

Why 2 for me? For one of my smokers. One probe to put into the meat to monitor it, and one probe to attach to an alligator clip in the smoker itself to get a detailed reading of the actual temp in it (which should never go above about 225).



Since they're remote, won't the frequencies conflict with each other??

bpb-o


quality posts: 0 Private Messages bpb-o
bpb-o wrote:Exactly what is a quality post???. Anyone know?



I've been a WOOT member for over 5 years and have none. Just wondering!!