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nmayeux 08-02-2006 02:08 PM

Thermometer Websites
 
Here is a list of thermometer websites. I have the NuTemp remote setup, and I love it. However, I thought it would be nice to have an easy to use resource to find info if you are new to smoking, or just wanted to upgrade. Also, I will add info as I come across it, or just post and I will add. If you want Mr. Moderator, you could make this a sticky.

NuTemp Thermometers
http://www.nu-temp.com/

Maverick Thermometers
http://www.maverickhousewares.com/thermometers/remote_therm.htm

Thermapen (This is on my wish list!)
http://www.thermoworks.com/products/thermapen/tpen_home.html

Fluke Thermometers
http://us.fluke.com/usen/products/FoodPro+%28Europe%29.htm?catalog_name=FlukeUnitedS tates&Category=FTHE(FlukeProducts)

Taylor Thermometers
http://www.taylor-enviro.com/consumer/thermo/kitchenth.html

Comark Instruments (Search thermometers)
http://www.comarkltd.com/usa/group.php

Polder Thermometers
http://www.polderonline.com/catalog/digital-thermometers/?id=google

Pampered Chef
http://www.pamperedchef.com/our_products/catalog/product.jsp?productId=611&categoryCode=KW

Cooper Thermometers
http://www.sanitationtools.com/Category.asp?Category=78

Oregon Scientific Instruments
http://www2.oregonscientific.com/sho...scid=5&pid=284

BBQPETE 08-02-2006 06:44 PM

What do you think of the NuTemp probes, I have the weber wireless but it seems like all probes are garbage.I wash them by hand and i don`t fold them,and i don`t let them near the high heat.

thillin 08-02-2006 07:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BBQPETE
What do you think of the NuTemp probes, I have the weber wireless but it seems like all probes are garbage.I wash them by hand and i don`t fold them,and i don`t let them near the high heat.

NuTemps are great. I've got the base with 3 wireless units. One unit seems to be going bad, but NuTemp said to send it back, and they'll send me a replacement. I've been through a couple other cheaper brands, and am 100% satisfied with these.

Also got a super fast Thermapen for father's Day. It's great also. I use it all the time in the kitchen also.

PimpSmoke 08-02-2006 07:38 PM

Good one Noah!

Always helpin out, Darn good thread idea

Ron_L 08-02-2006 08:44 PM

Thanks, Noah! Great job!

Sawdustguy 08-02-2006 10:25 PM

Thanks Noah. Great Job!:cool:

MilitantSquatter 08-02-2006 10:57 PM

Excellent Noah !! Thanks... You might want to add this you your list.

Oregon Scientific makes a remote BBQ meat thermomter...(only measures to 200 deg. so it's great for meat but not for pit temps in the WSM etc.)

http://www2.oregonscientific.com/sho...scid=5&pid=284


I have a Thermapen. It is excellent. I use to Taylor candy thermometers in the WSM's in the top vents. I have a Nu-Temp with three wireless sensors too but have not used them yet.

Sledneck 08-03-2006 07:28 AM

Remove polder from the list. They should be shot

frognot 08-03-2006 07:31 AM

Good list there, Noah. Gracias.

beerguy 08-03-2006 08:04 AM

Noah, yeah, what they said, thanks

beerguy 08-03-2006 08:13 AM

I have an observation. The Pampered Chef model is a THERMO-tech brand that is available at Kitchen Collection, Linen and Things and a Im sure a bunch more retail outlets. I have bought 3 of them, and I find they read about 3 degrees cool after you pass 80 degrees. I used my first one in homebrewing to measure the sparge temp of my water and also the boil. They work fine, but the probes go bad after awhile. I think I screwed up one of them cleaning the probe. They only run 15-18 bucks locally. Pampered Chef is a ripoff at 39 bucks.

willkat98 08-03-2006 08:18 AM

Here's an exciting study on thermometers published, where else, in Illinois:

http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/...hermometer.htm

Brauma 08-03-2006 06:54 PM

You da man Noah! As my boss says: this extra work youve done is appreciated and wont get overlooked. Uh huh.

Kevin 08-03-2006 07:12 PM

Great resource Noah. I give a thumbs down to the Oregon Scientific
( http://www.zalmar.com/detail-Misc-Or...ific-AW129.htm), which is the same as the Weber(http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...82826-0117543). Worked for awhile but not long. Seems to me that they all have the same problem of too light gauge wire leading to the probe. I am working on this and hopefully will have a heavier gauge replacement available soon.

brdbbq 08-04-2006 07:25 AM

Made this thread a sticky good stuff here.


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