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Thermoworks Thermopop 40% off!

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    Thermoworks Thermopop 40% off!

    For a "very limited time" the Thermoworks Thermopop is 40% off. That makes it $21. We love ours. Use it all the time. Could never justify $100 for the Thermapen. https://www.thermoworks.com/ThermoPop

    That's a great buy! If I didn't have a Thermapen I paid $59 for years ago, and an older Thermoworks pocket digital, I would get one of these in a heartbeat. Already gave all my kids and my folks Thermopops for Christmas a couple of years ago... they make great gifts for folks that like to cook or grill.


      Went to order the Thermopop and ended up buying the Mk4.


      • RonB
        RonB commented
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        I see nothing wrong with that.

      • bbqLuv
        bbqLuv commented
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        I have been staying clear of their website, The 1 sec read, oh my.

      • Mr. Bones
        Mr. Bones commented
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        I already have way too mucha their stuff hoarded away, given away, an in use, but me mouse finger's still all kinda quiverin

      Got 2. And an "industrial" IR gun, also 40% off

      Anyone use one of these: https://www.thermoworks.com/IR-Gun

      Worth it?
      Last edited by Murdy; September 17, 2021, 09:09 AM.


      • JoeSousa
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        I have one of those and use it for checking the temps of my pizza oven. My kids also love taking the temperature of every dang thing they can point it at.

      • Mr. Bones
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        Yes. I use mine constantly....first seemed like th way to dial in my griddle, an It Was Good....
        Dawned on me shortly, thereafter, to assure proper desired temp on my CI skillet(s)
        My (Deity accursed) lectric stovetop an me, we are NOT friends...mine doesn't have even any 'psuedo-incrementation'

        Long story short: Th IR works, rocks, exceeded my wildest expectations, an doubles up as a Legendary Cat Toy...

        PSA:*Never shine yer laser in any living creature's eyes.
        Last edited by Mr. Bones; September 20, 2021, 09:30 AM.

      • Murdy
        Murdy commented
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        Just received it, without paying for any enhanced shipping. Props to Thermoworks!

      They are GREAT! I had two, got 'em for $25 which was a steal. Gave one to a friend when he got his ReqTeq. Now I need a few more. lol

      <edit> Agreed, couldn't justify 4x the cost or so for a Thermapen so I could save a second or so on the read.


      • Mr. Bones
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        Yup, agreed... I've used th Pops fer years...

        Like: It's so Totally gonna screw th pooch, durin my cooks, if'n I'm gittin thermo readins that's a second or two delayed

      Great deal…I’ve given away several. Makes a great ‘first real thermometer.”
      I might even have one hanging around here somewhere but my Thermapen is the one I always reach for. Though I do keep one of they’re other “fast’ probes in my bag in case a battery goes kaput.

      FWIW, the Thermapen One is great. Not sure it’s worth the upgrade if one already has a Mark IV (I had two) but overall it’s a great addition. I gave my sons the Mk IVs that I had. I gave them ThermoPops years ago…and they use them regularly, so what the heck…now they have a Mk IV & a Pop.


        Snagged one to put into my parents Christmas gifts...


          I also buy these whenever on sale like this. I give them away to budding Pit Masters.


          • Mr. Bones
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            Great stocking stuffers, as well, when they go on sale like this...

          • Mr. Bones
            Mr. Bones commented
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            Way to plant a tree, raise a village, Brother!

            I love doin this, as well...

            I always put my danged ol self into bout 8th-10th place, at best...soothin, encouragin, teachin, sharin...

            What Life is about, now ain't it?

            Anybody gits uppity, or snarky, though?

            Curriculum can change, with astonishin abruptness..


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