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edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
New egg owner here. I am looking for recommendations on thermometers. I had a Taylor model, but apparently got the probe too hot and it “fried” the unit. I am sure this question has been asked a 1,000 times, but what thermometers are you all using?


  • smalljawssmalljaws Posts: 58
    With my first post I also found the "new" forum, complete with search function. So feel free to disregard my original post. Thanks...
  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    For an internal meat thermometer, you will find most of us swear by our "thermapen" it is a bit pricy tho....and for a remote, I have not had any problems with my nu-temp 701 and have been using it for years.....HTH[p]Wess

  • smalljaws, I have a Maverick ET-7 dual probe wirless. It would always take a long time for the receiver to get updated info from the transmitter. I sent it back and they sent me a new one. I still have the same problem, but not as often. I also have a single probe wireless Weber and it works great, the only thing is you can't dial in a preferred temp, it has only preset target temps, but that is not a big deal to me. Hope this helps. Welcome to the wonderful world of Egging.
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