This is a no frills remote thermometer that accurately reports the internal temp of whatever cut of meat that you wish to cook. I have used this model for about a year on countless cooks and I can say... Show More. that it was one of the best investments I've ever made as it performs it's task well and came at a good price. I have even used it to accurately measure the temperature of my pit smoker since the dial thermometers that are usually found on them are notoriously inaccurate. For truely great BBQ it is imperative that the proper temperature is maintained first in the pit and then the proper internal temp is reached in the meat itself and this simple tool really helps to meet those goals. There are other more expensive units out there but this one does the trick and won't kill you at the cash register!
- Digital LCD screen
- 6 meat settings
- 4 taste settings
- LED light
- Stainless steel probe
- Easy to use remote
- Built in alarm
- Works wirelessly up to 100 feet
- Probe and wire are rated for over 475 degrees
- 48" wire attached from probe to receiver base
- Elapsed cooking timer
- Fully adjustable heat monitor
DownloadsLTRM Instruction Manual
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