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Old 12-30-2016, 05:37 AM   #1
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I have a Thermopop and an Igrill mini thermometer.I find both of them to have inconsistent readings.Interested in which ones people would recommend.
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I like my thermopen! It's instant read and very consistent. I've been seeing some ads for a wireless thermometer probe called meater. Its new so I'm waiting on reviews before I try and buy one
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i have and love my thermapop. How did you figure it was inconsistent?
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Old 12-30-2016, 02:15 PM   #5
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For all you professional smoker/grillers out there what is the best dual probe thermometer for the grill. Went to smoke a brisket this morning and both of my probes are off.
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Lots of praise for Maverick products in the grilling and smoking forums.
I have had a ET-73 for several years and it does what I want.
dual probes for internal meat temp and inside the grill smoker.
Wireless remote, etc.
$40 most places.
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Maverick et-732 and et-733 are both great. Had a 732 for years and 733 for 18months or so. Amazingribs.com has reviews and praise. Amazon or amazenproducts.com are best prices.

The bge unit is a bge branded maverick based on the 732/733. Iirc it is an et-734 lol
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Been using the Maverick dual temp with wireless remote for years without issue.
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Ragon,Temp may be 120 degrees at one site and 2 inches away can be 100 degees.Did a beef tenderloin for Christmas and said temp was 133 degrees and it was raw.Maybe I just got a bad unit.
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I will check out the Mavericks.
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