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ThermoWorks ChefAlarm

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I received a promotional email from ThermoWorks advertising a new cooking probe called the ChefAlarm for $59...

The first probe-style cooking alarm built for commercial kitchens. Pro-Series probes survive wide temperature ranges and are sealed against moisture. Includes constant Min/Max display, high and low alarms, adjustable volume and a CAL adjust for fine tuning the accuracy. Includes zippered case. Durable housing with molded-in seals. Available in 9 colors

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looks great you gunna get one?? let us know what you think if you do -

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All my other ones died on me recently, so yeah I just pulled the trigger on one along with a needle probe.

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I've been eyeing this up. Did you get it yet? What do you think? I like the idea of the low temp feature. I could sure use that for making yogurt
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Has anyone tried one of these? I am looking for a cooking probe. I would get the maverick, but I have heard about a lot of issues with the probes on them and that the 3' cables are too short.

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I have it and love it. I have used the Maverick for a long time and I like having the transmitter/receiver and I will buy more in the future. However, this unit's quality far exceeds Maverick. It doesn't have the transmitter/receiver, but it is very functional and extremely accurate. My next purchase is the bluetooth unit. I'm pretty sure I will make up for the additional expense due to the quality of the unit. Great purchase
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