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Anyone have any Experience with a Polder Dual Probe Thermometer

smokemaster

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The Polder Dual Probe Thermometer meat/doneness temps are preset and can't be manually set. I'd recommend the Maverick ET-73.
 

pigcicles

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As smokemaster said, it is on pre-set temps for the meat chosen. I have an Oregon Scientific that is set up the same way. I just use what ever temp. is at or close to what I want. The Polder isn't wireless, but does have two probes for convenience. If you decide to buy it, let us know what you think of it.

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mrgrumpy

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I haven't tried that one, but I do have this one:
http://www.polderproducts.net/ProductDetail.asp?PID=150

I really like it for a non-remote thermometer. It is a dual temperature one too. The large bulb area at the end of the cable is for the chamber, and the probe itself is for the meat. It really does a good job in my opinion.

The drawback, if you plan on wrapping your meat with foil, you loose the chamber temp of the large bulb....

Bill
 

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