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Brookstone Wireless Cooking Thermometer BS201, Remote Temperature Monitoring, Black

  • ASIN: B086Q2ZPLN
  • Dimension: 3.5 * 5 * 7 inches
  • WEIGHT: 10.9 Ounces
  • Quantity Left: 999

PKR Rs. 11,600.00 /-


Remote temperature monitoring from up to 130 feet away track the exact temperature of meat poultry or other temperature sensitive foods without opening the oven door or grill Use the convenient clip located on the receiver to keep it with you or use the stand to keep it visible when close by Once the chosen temperature is reached an alarm will sound on the receiver the screen will light up and the temperature will begin flashing The bright blue display can be seen in bright daylight or low light environments Choose from preprogrammed settings for beef lamb veal pork turkey chicken hamburger or fish to your taste selection (RARE to WELL DONE) or program in your preferred temperature The receiver can also be used as a handy timer that counts up or down

Specifications

Product Dimensions
3.5 x 5 x 7 inches
Item Weight
10.9 ounces
ASIN
B086Q2ZPLN
Item model number
BS201
Date First Available
April 2, 2020

Remote temperature monitoring from up to 130 feet away track the exact temperature of meat poultry or other temperature sensitive foods without opening the oven door or grill Use the convenient clip located on the receiver to keep it with you or use the stand to keep it visible when close by Once the chosen temperature is reached an alarm will sound on the receiver the screen will light up and the temperature will begin flashing The bright blue display can be seen in bright daylight or low light environments Choose from preprogrammed settings for beef lamb veal pork turkey chicken hamburger or fish to your taste selection (RARE to WELL DONE) or program in your preferred temperature The receiver can also be used as a handy timer that counts up or down

Hawaii
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2020

Review:I've used thermocouple thermometers before, and even calibrated some very high-temperature sensors. I placed the temperature probe in a pork loin that I was cooking in a Staub roaster. There are three ways to use this product: By meat type with wellness options, by temperature, or by time. With time, it's really just a timer, and you don't need the probe. If you use the temperature option, then the meat type icons are not used. The instructions are a bit confusing, and so is the timer to operate. I prefer something simpler. But once you get the hang of programming what you're going for, it's not bad, unless you press buttons after you start. I decided to cook the port loin to 165 degrees. Inserting the probe, the first temperature reading was just 55 degrees, which is about right, as it had just come from the store and was refrigerated. The cooking instructions said 40 minutes. About 10 minutes into the cooking, the alarm went off, and the display showed 165 degrees. I double-checked the temperature with an instant-reading digital thermometer, and it showed 88 degrees, which was about right, given the cooking time. Maybe it was user error (I inserted the probe to the center of the port loin, leaving 1/3 of the probe exposed to the heat in the roaster), or maybe I just received a bad sensor. Overall, moderately easy to use, with nice wireless connectivity. You have to have two sets of batteries, and remember to turn each on and off after each use. I have another, simpler, dual-thermocouple thermometer that I much prefer. It's not wireless, but it's easier to use, and has a really large display. Read more

Nebti13
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2020

Review:This remote probe works well once you figure out how to use it. But figuring out how to use it is not simple. It's not that there are no instructions. There's a big sheet of instructions that give rudimentary explanations of the various features of the thermometer. But the basics, how to insert it in the meat, where to put the cradle, how to use the receiver detached from the cradle, aren't explained at all. So it terms itself a "wireless" thermometer, leading a neophyte like me--and a not-so-neophyte like my wife--to think that you put the sensor in the meat and go, that the electronics are in the sensor and it can communicate wirelessly with the receiver. But no, there is a wire running from the sensor in the oven to the cradle outside the oven. And it makes sense that there would be when you think of it--the high temperature of an oven would hurt electronic pieces in a wire probe So there is a wire routed from the sensor in the meat to a cradle outside the oven/BBQ, and the cradle communicates wirelessly to a receiver that you carry around with you. Figure it out, and this thing works like a charm. The wireless range is sufficient for our house. The accuracy of the probe seems excellent. You can use the unit's preset settings for various types of meat, or you can set your own temperature goal and amount of time at that temperature. This is an excellent little unit, but be prepared to be challenged by the lack of detailed instructions. There's enough there to get you through with a little intuition, but pay attention to the instruction sheet. You may be especially confused by the apparent inability to change settings from the presets. You can change the settings to your own. Read the explanations of the various buttons. It's in there and you can figure it out. Finally, be aware that you have to turn on both the cradle and the receiver. My wife thought it didn't work because she didn't realize there is a power switch on both parts of the wireless setup. Read more

Dirk Diggler
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2020

Review:This meat thermometer is very helpful to have when trying to get the meat cooked perfectly on the grill. My family called it my "grilling sidekick" when I was using it to grill various meats at different temperatures/cooking times because certain individuals preferred Medium-rare, others preferred Medium, and one even wanted Medium-well! Needless to say, I was hopping back and forth from the table to the grill quite frequently and this gadget attached to my hip (via the belt clip) thankfully kept me on track with its loud beeps despite my forgetfulness while enjoying my beer. I would have liked for the timer display to show seconds - it only has hours and minutes - but it's still very useful. Overall, I would definitely recommend. Read more