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Temp Gauges

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I'm looking for a couple of exterior temp gauges from my smoker, so that I can tell the enternal temp of my smoker. Thanks for any links
post #2 of 12
try this.

or ebay maverick et-73
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post #4 of 12
Got a Tel-Tru. Very good. www.teltru.com Look under "Temperature Products"
and click on BBQ thermometers.
post #5 of 12

Probably the same as was just posted
post #6 of 12
Lots of info right here at: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...splay.php?f=26
Happy shopping!
post #7 of 12
I second the Maverick ET-73. A great thermometer.
post #8 of 12
I bought mine at Home Depot. Cost me a whoppin $4. Works like a charm.
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dude......great link..........but did you check out the roadkill therm?


funny as heck

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Great novelty ... but $19 .... ouch!
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if you have an academy store nearby, i bought 2 "old smokey" brand thermometers there. i paid like $9+tax each for them. work like a charm, and accurate out of the package. i got the 2¼" diameter ones. see the pic to see them. hth
post #12 of 12
I know this a little off topic as far as the application goes, but for accuracy's sake.

I like Taylor® products for reliability and warranty. That's who I'm going with. Maverick's® okay, but they have probe troubles, so I'm going with Taylor. I bought a leave in thermometer yesterday at Mobile Fixture for $9.00. I'll use it to calibrated the cheaper one's I own. Only down side is the range only goes to 185°F. For now, it's okay for beef and chicken. As for pork, I'm going to get Taylor® instant read just for that.

The one I'm interested is a new one they have come out with. I'll have to find a dealer to get it.
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