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  • kenrobin
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    Tappecue has come out with wireless probes.... I haven’t seen or read any reviews about them. I hope FireBoard makes a wireless probe someday.

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  • MTurney
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    Possible for sure....10-15 degrees just seems like a big variance. That's a great idea on the boiling water! Thanks bud!

  • marshall
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    Is it possible the thermapen is just reading in a more precise area since its a pinpoint probe?
    also try boiling water check on your probes to see if there reading correctly, before getting new

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  • MTurney
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    Thermoworks Probes

    I've always had great luck with Thermoworks products. I use DOTs, the original Smoke and the Thermapen MK4. RE the probes, I notice that sometimes the reading those are getting compared to the Thermapen can vary quite a bit...10-15 degrees. When this happens I assume my probe cable has worn out and I replace it.

    Has Thermoworks ever hinted to launching some wireless probes? I would welcome it as handling multiple probe cables can be somewhat of a pain sometimes.

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