Meater Smart Meat Thermometer

Oct 23, 2015

Category: Tech

There are plenty of meat thermometers that tell you lies about how they’re “wireless.” The truth is that these false idols all have wires and probes and cords and all kinds of messy items that easily get damaged, burned, or crushed, rendering them useless. To date, there is only one true wireless meat thermometer and that is the Meater.

Accurate to a single degree, all the heating and connectivity components are stuffed right into the housing so that it can go anywhere, from the oven to the grill to whatever weird smoker you built in the backyard. Dual sensors give you both meat temperature and ambient temp so you know exactly what kind of environment your meat is in and adjust accordingly. Broadcasts right to your favorite device for easy reading and constant updates. [Purchase]

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