After searching the web I still can't decide on the best digital thermometer, remote or otherwise.

The problem I'm having is that the "user reviews" are always less than stellar.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance

Tony
(ONLY 2 MORE DAYS TILL MY CS50 IS HERE!!!)
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Stick ten BBQ cooks in a row and ask them these questions and you will get 52 different answers!

All I can say is I use a Maverick ET-73 as a remote therm and a Thermopen Fast Read as a digital. Been using these now for 3-4 years and very happy with them.
You can stop in Target and most box stores and buy a Taylor with about a four ft cable for about $15.

Many comp teams have several setting on their cookers.

If a probe goes bad[rarely]you can replace it from Taylor for $5.

I drop,drown,burn the base units and can't remember one going bad.

You can always find the "perfect" one, after you use this one for a few years.

Just my $0.02
If you aren't set on a remote and just want a great quality digi thermometer.. Go with the Taylor that you can get at Target stores for about $15. I have two of them and have NEVER had a lick of problem.. In fact, I've had mine for about 3 years and haven't even had to change the batteries yet.

Some folks have had problems with the probes.. but most haven't.. including myself.. never a lick of problem. Also, my units were pretty spot on as far as temp is concerned.. 32º in ice water and 212º in boiling water.
I really love my Maverick ET-73. I usually do several pieces of meat at a time, so I put the "Food" probe in the bottom one, and the "Cooker" probe in the top one. I place the remote on my bedside table, and set it for the temp I want. It is just great. I also have a Taylor I got at Wally World for less than $15 while I was waiting for my Maverick to arrive. It is fine too, for a non-remote. I usually put the probe in the piece of meat on the middle rack.

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