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Old 02-03-2014, 12:56 PM   #11
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Wow, you actually smoked a piece of prime rib. Just wow.
It was choice grade, but was good and it was tender.
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Wow, you actually smoked a piece of prime rib. Just wow.
I would have roasted or grilled it myself, but he did get medium well and not well done.

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It is digital. I have several remote thermometers. Not really satisfied with all aspects of any of them. I have always went cheap, but I will buy a Maverick dual probe very soon.
Is it battery powered or does it run off 120 volts? The reason I ask is because I used to work in a plastic extrusion plant. I worked with many types of sensors and temp controllers.
So, I was curious as to the design of the readout. Could you post a picture or a link to let me see?
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It is battery operated. I am going to order a Maverick dual probe soon.

Amazon.com: Taylor 1479 Programmable Food Thermometer with Wireless Remote: Home & Kitchen
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It is battery operated. I am going to order a Maverick dual probe soon.

Amazon.com: Taylor 1479 Programmable Food Thermometer with Wireless Remote: Home & Kitchen
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