Oregon Scientific AW131 Grill Right Wireless Talking BBQ Thermometer and Oven Thermometerallows you to visit with your dinner companions while dinner is cooking. No need to wait by the grill or the oven to find out when dinner is ready - this wireless meat thermometer verbally alerts you when the meat has reached the perfect temperature. The Oregon Scientific bbq thermometer will allow you to program your choice of eight entrees, choose the doneness desired and you're good to grill.
Digital LCD screen with remote wireless probe to identify temperature/readiness of meat
Speaks in five languages with corresponding display (English, Spanish, German, French, Danish)
Probe and probe cord have a temperature range from 32 deg F to 572 deg F
Programmable entree programs include beef, lamb, veal, hamburger, pork, turkey, chicken, and fish
Four doneness selections include rare, medium rare, medium, and well done
Two verbal and three audio alert options let you know the status of your meal - almost ready, ready and overcooked
Audio alarm sounds when selected temperature is reached
Grill Thermometer Main unit will receive the probe signal from up to 330 feet away
Stainless steel probe detaches from the remote meat thermometer sensor for easy cleaning
Low battery indicator
Batteries included - Main Unit: 2 x AA Remote Unit: 2 x AAA
Worth the money. Just hand wash the probe and it will last.
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2. Anonymous Useron 10/30/2016, said:
This thermometer is GREAT only after you contact the oregonscientificstore.com when it IS NOT WORKING. I followed the mfgs. instructions when new, The unit DID NOT WORK. After contacting oregonscientificstore.com they gave me the rest of the setup instructions. If the "Current Temperature" is not displaying a gain in heat during grilling, you will need to do this to re-calibrate the unit. Steps must be followed in order. 1: Remove all batteries from main unit and probe.
2: Allow a minimum of 10 minutes for any/all capacitors to discharge.
3: Reinstall batteries into the remote probe first. Press a paper clip or pin into Reset hole in the battery compartment
4: Finally, reinstall the batteries into the main unit. Press a paper clip or pin into Reset hole in the battery compartment.