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Maverick ET-732 Remote Check Wireless Thermometer With 2 Probes

83% Positive Reviews
Rated #1 in Digital Probe


Pros: Dual probes (smoker/meat)

Cons: UI could use improvements

I've used this a couple times now.  Once for a boston butt and once for some chicken breasts.  Somewhere around 14 hours total.  I don't have any complaints really.  I mentioned the UI (user interface) but that's only because like someone else mentioned, you have to go all the way up and round robin if you mess up and go past your temp when setting min/max temps. I'll be honest, I haven't read the instructions... maybe theres a better way, idk.


Regardless, I'm happy with the purchase. Are there better, probably, does this work, yep... works for me.  And for those who worry about meat settings, they have an upgraded version (et-733) of this thermo and it has the presets.  The may have been nice, but I'd rather save the $10.


Pros: None

Cons: none of the button headings make sense. To decrease the set temperature you have to go all the way around. You have to set the temperature required

none of the button headings make sense. To decrease the set temperature you have to go all the way around. You have to set the temperature required instead of just dialling up the meat and the taste you want.

Not very practical for a high price


Pros: Makes your cooks easy and perfect

Cons: The remote needs a better clip for your pocket

I like the alarms cause I can smoke a brisket overnight. If there is a problem it wakes me up to make an adjustment


Pros: Measure meat temp and chamber temp at the same time, Wireless

Cons: None

I've used this twice and love it. First it's accurate. It allows me to be in another room and still monitor the temp in the smoker. Very easy to setup and simple to use. You must buy this device. I have the black model. It costs $10 more but I like the way it looks. 


Pros: Easy to use. Let's you do other things while the BBQ does it's thing!

Cons: none

I have used my Maverick ET-732 about 6 times for 3-4 hour smokes and it has worked flawlessly. Everytime I use it, it does exactly what they said it would.


Pros: nice display readout, ease of use, accuracy, dual thermometer

Cons: have none yet

Once I figured all the great features this thermometer has it is easy to use. Has 2 sensors on for the box and one for the meat. The alarm is great you can set as high or as low as you wish. I would highly recommend this thermometer to anyone.icon14.gif


Pros: Easy to set. Large display. Fun to use.

Cons: Could use a bit more radio range.

I bought mine on AMZ and wanted it to check the temperature of various areas of the smoker.  While I've only owned it for a short while the unit is accurate, well made, easy to set and has a large easy to read screen  Monitors both meat and internal smoker temps.   The radio range is okay for most folks. It won't quite reach out to my garage.  However the garage is a pretty good stretch from the house.  I'd recommend one. 


Pros: dual probes, lots of settings/alarms

Cons: probes are very tempermental, didn't last, hard time keeping receiver/sender connected

I purchased mine back around the 1st of November 2012.  Straight out of the box, neither probe would work.  Yes, I really jabbed them into the jacks.   Maverick was very quick to respond and send new probes.  The new probes arrived and everything seemed to be okay until this past weekend.  I was doing an overnight smoke for the Super Bowl.  The units kept loosing the connection.  About 4 in the morning the lost connection alarm went off again for what felt like the thousandth time.  When I got out back the receiver had lost the signal because the base unit had melted like something out of Mission Impossible.  The base was sitting on a wooden table about a foot away from the smoker and not touching the smoker.  The wood table the base unit was sitting on wasn't on fire or hot, but the unit looked like it got hit by a blow torch.  Really disappointed.


Pros: Easy To Use, Measures Meat and Smoker Temperature at Same Time

Cons: None

I have used this several times and it has performed excellently. Always make sure the probes are pushed n tightly. I have read that when someone has a problem, it is usually that the probe is not pushed in properly or the meat is too cold and it will not register. This item will make it easier to watch your smoker and meat temperature from up to 300 feet away. Awesome item!


Pros: Monitors temperature in the BBQ and the meat simultanesouly

Cons: None that I've uncovered so far

I decided to purchase the "732" from Amazon after a recommendation from my BBQ supply store, who unfortunately didn't have one in stock. So far, I'm impressed. I did a Pork butt yesterday, and it all worked perfectly. 


First, the main unit had no problem connecting and staying connected to the sensor back at the BBQ. I live in South Florida and have hurricane doors and windows, which often block cell phone and WiFi signals. With the "732" I was able to close the doors, and still monitor the temperatures of my Big Green Egg and the pork. I wandered all over the kitchen, about 50-60 feet from the BBQ, and it always remained connected. It sure made monitoring the temperature much more relaxing!


So, I know I'm going to start a bruhaha with this next statement, but I found that there was only a 10 degree difference between the built-in dial gauge (the cheapee that came with my BGE) and the "732". I kinda expected that since I've been smoking with the BGE for several years and found the temps pretty accurate. In other words, if the circular gauge said 250, it really was about 250 in the chamber. What I was after was a simpler way of monitoring the temperatures of the BBQ and meat without having to run out to it. This solves that problem, especially since you can set audible alarms if the temperature of the meat gets to a certain point and if the oven exceeds a certain temperature. I had mine set for a meat temperature of 190 and the oven set to 250 and the "732" worked like a champ.


I still have a Taylor instant probe that I count on for my gas grill, but now that I own the "732", I may start using it there as well in order to maintain temperatures when cooking with indirect heat.


IMHO, this is an excellent device at a reasonable price. I can't speak yet to battery life or durability, but I'd think this is a long-term investment. It is essential to be able to maintain the proper temperature, and as an amateur cook, this definitely helps me prepare the best meal I can cook!

Maverick ET-732 Remote Check Wireless Thermometer With 2 Probes

· Monitor internal temperature of meat from 300 feet away!! · Wireless receiver with LCD beeps and flashes when meat temperature goes above your programmed temperature. · Monitor barbecue temperature. Receiver beeps and flashes if temperature falls above or below your programmed range. · Count up and Count down timer. · LCD of receiver has back light for use at night. · Receiver displays barbecue temperature up to 572 F · Receiver has belt clip and built in stand. · Transmitter has removable wire stand that also becomes a hanger. · Food probe wire can be inserted 6” into meat. · Both probe wires are heat resistant to 716 F · Can be used in oven or smoker too! · Lost like alert warns you if your transmitter is out of range or has lost the radio frequency signal. · Your meat, barbecue, and timer settings are stored even if the unit is turned off.

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