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ThermoPro TP07SW Digital Wireless Meat Thermometer

(71 customer reviews)

$29.99 $31.79

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  • Smart backlit screen】: BBQ thermometer has 3 backlight colors to provide a visual indication on how close your meat is to being cooked to perfection. Once perfectly cooked, the unit will beep and flash to alert you that the meat has reached its desired temp.
  • Hands-free design】: Wireless digital kitchen thermometer has a range of up to 300 feet, easily monitor your food in your living room or even longer distances like your backyard, enabling you to track your cook with ease while handling other tasks.
  • Preset temperature settings】: Wireless Cooking thermometer is programmed with preset temperatures for various doneness levels recommended by USDA. All Preprogrammed Temperatures can be reprogrammed to set cooking temperatures to suit your personal taste.
  • Simple setup】: Transmitter and Receiver are pre-synchronized at the manufacturing facility, no synchronization/pair required once your cooking meat thermometer is received. Simply insert batteries included in the package contents and the units are ready for use.
  • Timer mode】: Digital kitchen timer features countdown and countup ability, up to 23 hours, 59 minutes. Monitor all dishes during your meal preparation including those timed vegetable cooks!
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ThermoPro – Cook Like A Pro Every Time!

TP-07 Digital Wireless Thermometer is a perfect choice to accurately monitor your meat remotely. Stop going back and forth from indoors to outdoors to check up on your meat, and instead monitor it from 300 feet away! This wireless meat thermometer doesn’t just have an alarm, it also has a visual indication with the 3 different backlight colors to keep you aware of your meats’ progress.

Package Contents

  • 1 x Digital Cooking Thermometer Receiver
  • 1 x Digital Thermometer Transmitter
  • 1 x Food/BBQ Temperature Probe
  • 4 x AAA batteries
  • 1 x Manual
Chef Guy Mitchell, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Executive Chef of Philadelphia Eagles, and Chef during special engagements for the President and Vice Presidents. Chef Guy Mitchell says that ThermoPro products are the best thermometers he’s ever used and would highly recommend to anyone looking to help elevate their dishes and Cook Like a Pro!

Smart Backlight Display

Backlight color will change on LCD display as the meat gets closer to being cooked to perfection. This provides you with a visual indicator and allows you get ready to take the meat off at that mouthwatering doneness. With just a quick glance at the receiver, you’ll stay informed on how close your meat is to done.

8 Meat Presets and 5 Doneness Presets

Programmed with 8 different meat presets: Pork, Chicken, Beef, Ground Beef, Veal, Lamb, Fish and Poultry. Coupled with 5 Doneness Presets, you’ll never have to look up or try to remember the exact temperature for Medium Rare Beef.

Countup & Countdown Timer

No need to set or purchase another timer to keep track of your side dishes. The TP07 will keep track of all your vegetable dishes with the count up/countdown timer while still monitoring your meat temperature.

71 reviews for ThermoPro TP07SW Digital Wireless Meat Thermometer

  1. Ralph Mason Clark

    I would give this a 4.75 if I could. For me, the biggest reason to get one of these is that I no longer have to “time” what I cook, just set the temp and turn on the hot box and wait for the ThermoPro to tell me it’s time to eat. This is my second ThermoPro probe thermometer and it will not be my last. These PID’s are accurate, my “in kitchen” test showed it to be within 2/100ths of a known temperature. I bought this one for the remote unit and so far it has worked flawlessly. It arrived in perfect condition with understandable instructions. It was already paired so all I had to do was install batteries and turn it on. Worked great right out of the box.The reason it’s just barely not a 5 of 5 is that I will have to install my own magnet on the back of both units if I want to add the ability to hang the units on the side of the grill or oven. Not a big deal as both units come with built in stands and the probe unit has a little wire hanger thing….that doesn’t fit on my oven handle or anywhere on my grill. Cheap magnets and super glue should fix it.

  2. S. Miller

    This is my first thermometer with a transmitter that transmits to a handheld unit that I can keep with me, while I do other work, while waiting for my roast. Whew! that was a long sentence. I have had other meat thermometers with a probe and a reader outside the oven, which I believe everyone should have. Opening the oven to check the temp of your roast is not what you want to be doing with your expensive roast. In anycase, having the additional handheld unit allows me to work at my computer or run around setting up for the party/dinner party, which is usually why I am cooking a roast in the first place. The temp reader is accurate and my life just got easier. In addition to a great product, I had mine since Dec. 2017 and recently dropped it. It’s supposed to be durable/made for drops, but for whatever reason, mine didn’t take the fall well. It was the first and only time I dropped it. I was getting ready to toss it and buy a new one and then realized there might be a warranty on it. I checked the box for info and sure enough there was a card with email and phone number. YAY!!! A company who actually wants to be contacted. So many manufacturers of products here on Amazon, claim they have a warranty, but they are impossible to reach. I called and immediately got to a customer service rep, who was really nice. He walked me through the reset process and unfortunately that didn’t work. Without hesitation, he quickly issued me a whole new unit. He didn’t make me ship my old unit back to him, which I’m sure they would have just tossed anyway. This is a company that truly stands behind their product. Oh, and the probe has a lifetime warranty. They will ship a replacement to you free of charge.

  3. richard smith

    I searched for a thermometer that I could use in the oven. I discovered that my idea of “use in the oven” is not the same as this company’s. You cannot put the smaller device IN the oven. You have to feed the probe line out the oven door (which I don’t like because it means heat escapes). There is nothing in the instructions on oven use that says the smaller sensor has to stay outside the oven. I found a ruined thermometer after I opened the door. In the manual, it mentions grill use, but I wasn’t using this on the grill so I didn’t read that part. I’ve had to throw out the device because I ruined it. I have no doubt the device itself is a good product if you keep in mind that the probe has to be threaded through the oven door. This seems to defeat the need for a main sensor — why have 2 sensors if one is already outside the oven? And what effect does the wire have on even oven temperature since it creates a small gap? If you are OK with this, then this is a good thermometer. If not, then use your old style thermometer and open the door periodically.

  4. Anthony

    I came from the old school, analog, temperature probes that you stab in, get the temperature and remove – not being able to leave it in the meat while on the grill.My first use of the ThermoPro was grilling tri-tip. I was standing in my kitchen talking to my wife and watching the temperature rise on the receiver – and I enthusiastically stated “honey! this is the best thing I’ve ever purchased!”.Fast forward to an internal temperature of 136 degrees (with the kids we shoot for medium and wanted to pull it off to get to ~140 while resting), I ran outside to pull the tri-tip off the grill. Let me mention again that I was used to the analog sensors – I pulled the lid off the weber, moved the meat to a platter and without a thought, grabbed the probe between index finger and thumb to pull it from the tri-tip.Pro tip: of course its hot, dummy, it’s been in the grill the entire time.As I ran back inside to grab ice for the sweet burns between my index finger and thumb, I less enthusiastically stated to the wife: “Post burn, I’ve downgraded this to the third best thing I’ve ever purchased.”TLDR; This thing is awesome, but don’t be like me.

  5. Amazon Customer

    I could see the temperature of my grill itself from inside the house but I could not see the temperature of what I was grilling. With this I can keep an eye on the internal temperature while I am busy doing other things. I checked it’s accuarcy with a second thermometer – they matched. I like that it also has a timer. You can set a time and let it count down to see how much time is remaining or you can leave it at zero and it will count up showing the elapsed time. I probably would prefer rechargable batteries, but 4 AA batteries work just fine.

  6. robert thompson

    I’ve used this companies devices for several years. By & large the devices are accurate and fairly durable. There are a few items that cost it a star: 1- The flashing background is distracting & annoying, It would be nice if it could be turned off. 2- Like it’s competitors, the probes have a weakness where the wire enters the probe. Strain relief is needed to prevent the premature failure of the probe. I added a piece of silicone tubing at that point. It greatly increases the life of all the probes. Other than that, as long as you take the time to check the accuracy of the thermometer once & awhile they perform flawlessly. I use a teakettle and place the probe tip in the spout where it is only exposed to steam. Depending on your elevation the temperature should read 211F to 213F. There are charts online that show the boiling temperature of water @ different elevations. You could also use ice water as a second calibration point, but I just do 212F as that is close to the temperatures I use regularly. I use a label on each probe to show what it reads @ 212F. when I use a probe I can adjust the indicated temperature to accommodate the temperature error of the probe @ 212F. Other than that I keep the cable & plug dry when cleaning, & avoid exposing the displays to water spray & rain(I put them in a zip-lock bag outside.) the units I have have lasted over 2 years with only a couple probe failures related to obvious mechanical damage to them. I would definitely recommend these products, & I plan to continue to buy them in the future.

  7. Miki

    This was a replacement for one I’d bought in 2018. Of course, I’d love for it to last longer or if I could just order the temperature probe separately but the last one lasted longer than any other unit I’ve used on our outdoor grill.

  8. Jennie

    I never thought i’d write a review about a meat thermometer…but here I am…living the dream. I’ve gone through about 3 meat thermometers in the last 5 years and the wire keeps getting frayed or the port for plugging in the probe gets damaged. I was looking for something that would hold up better, have a few extra features, and not break the bank. This little gizmo is awesome. It has preset temperature settings for all different kinds of meat, you can set rare, medium, well for beefs, or just use it as a thermometer for cooking other kinds of stuff. I like the durability of the main display screen, and the probe. Last night I grilled chicken, and set the probe outside with my grill with the base station on the kitchen table. When our chicken was done there was a very loud beepbeepbeepbeep that sent the cats scattering and made my husband jump. That entertainment was worthwhile in my opinion.Overall, a good purchase, works as advertised and I think will hold up a lot better than the other thermometers I’ve had over the years. Well done! (pun intended)

  9. Bonana

    Excited to receive new thermo in time for Xmas Prime Rib.Sadly…. using it wasn’t quite as satisfying.Fought to get battery case on unit open in order to insert batteries.Had to force the release “button” with a knife in order to finally get it open.Once opened, even though the locking “tab” is NOT broken or even cracked it won’t STAY LOCKED so back opens randomly whenever it feels like it.Concerned it may fall off when oven door open and cause a major “melted plastic” issue so I guess we’ll have to be sending it back next week.

  10. Keegan Trumble

    The user interface is excellent with large buttons for each selection and a clear display. Very intuitive to use and pairing was not an issue at all. What was great was that I could select the type of meat and if beef I could select if I wanted Rare or Medium Rare or other amount of doneness and then as with Medium Rare where the program selects 140 degrees I could adjust it down to 135 degrees quite easily to allow for the meat continuing to cook when it was taken off the grill.Unless you use it a lot I recommend removing the batteries while it is being stored or at least using lithium single use batteries that are much less likely to fully discharge and then leak and destroy the devices.

  11. Judith Stewart

    I ordered their TP09B — https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AUIKDD0/ — model some years ago and gave it 4-stars instead of 5 for two reasons: The beeper when temp was reached or time was up was so quiet you had to be in a library to hear it. If you were outside with a dozen people including your loud-mouthed brother-in-law yakking and the music playing, forget hearing it. Second, despite the 300 ft. range claimed, the link between the transmitter and receiver would drop out several times per session at 75 ft. (albeit indoors).When The Dog chewed off the receiver’s antenna nub I figured that would not improve connectivity so I went to buy a replacement and found this one instead. It has fixed both complaints I had and has a couple other improvements. In the three uses since bought I’ve had no dropouts at all, and the beeper is so loud it startles. Both components are bulkier than the 09B but for me that’s not an issue.One minor annoyance was turning on the 09B’s transmitter was guesswork. Nothing would happen when the button was pressed and only a light flashing every five seconds or so told you it was on. This unit beeps and the digital display — that’s why it’s bulkier — shows the current temp instantly.Some of the 1-star reviews cite it not working after a short time. This is only a month old but assuming it lasts as long as the 09B, I’m currently giving it 5 stars.

  12. Lois Steem

    I got this for my dad who has everything and loves to relax while the meat on the BBQ burns to a crisp. At first, I don’t think he was really into the whole idea, he is old school and doesn’t use meat thermometers in general. I knew this when I bought it but understood that it would come in handy during our summer BBQ’s when everyone wants to just relax, enjoy the evening and not have scorched food. So last weekend he invited us over for BBQ chicken. I went ahead and set this up for him to see for myself how well it works. I was surprised how easy and simple it was to use, I didn’t even bother reading the manual. I chose the thickest piece of chicken to prod the thermometer/poker in and proceeded to join my dad and brother-in-law in smoking a fine cigar. It was so nice to just relax and know exactly when to take the chicken off (we are spoiled in this tech era). Sure enough, it came out perfect. My dad was super impressed, he is notorious for overcooking/undercooking meat, especially chicken. It’s either too cooked or not cooked enough, usually the former. Now with this, he has something to remind him to take off and or turn the meat! I am going to buy one of these for myself, but I think want something that can do two temperatures at once. Great item though, highly recommend!

  13. truth seeker

    The item works fairly well. The reason I bought this is for smoking food that takes hours to cook. I have a different brand that isn’t wireless and had to constantly go in and out of the house to check temperature. This unit lets me monitor the temperature from within the house. The reason for the four stars is every once in a while it loses contact with the remote unit and gives no reading. The two times it did it it eventually reset itself and started working again. All in all this is a time saver and step saver for this old man lol. I would definitely recommend this unit to anyone wanting to save time and still get accurate results.

  14. Daniel Warner

    Now that I have this meat thermometer, I can’t believe I went so long without one. This takes the guesswork out of cooking meat in the oven. I originally bought it for a Christmas Standing Rib Roast (an expensive piece of meat that should not be disturbed by opening the oven), and it worked perfectly. The remote is very nice to have and works all over my house (all three levels). So I could go about my day without having to keep an eye on the oven.Since then I have used it three additional times for chicken and beef. each time the food cooked perfectly without frequent testing or cutting into the meat to check for proper doneness.Anyway, I’m very please with my purchase and would recommend the TP-07 to others.

  15. Joel R.

    I love my thermometer! It allows to cook meats on the grill to perfection. I do not need to check the grill on and on, since the thermometer will tell me when my meat reach the desire cooking temperature. My taste is medium well (for safety issues) and my meat comes cook but tender with no bloody juices). The rest of my family prefer medium rare and they also love the result of the meat when I set up the thermometer for medium rare. The connection between the transmitter and the receiver is fantastic. I have to contact customer services by email because the probe was not working well after enjoying many uses of the thermometer (I grill a lot in Florida)- (repeat: after using it frequently: months and months of heavy use). I received a quick response with a new probe- free of charge- by mail. Kudos to customer service. If I have to recommend a grill thermometer I will not doubt to recommend this device. It looks cool, has a rubber case that allows a secure handling. I LOVE IT. My Argentinian husband was reluctant to grill with a thermometer…but he has recognized that this thermometer was a great addition to our grilling habits.

  16. art lady

    I have been using this thing, on and off, for about 6 months now. It has been used in various low to high temps. I got worried when the unit stopped syncing to the remote after about 4 months, but a quick call to the manufacturer gave me the tip I was looking for to reset it. Thus far, it has been accurate and reliable (minus the resync hiccup). The pictures I posted are room temp, and it is spot on. I haven’t had to make use of it yet, but the listing here on Amazon (as of December 2018) states that they will send you a replacement probe if it stops reading. Thats a nice thing to have.To save others the trouble. If your probe stops syncing between the probe unit and the receiver, do this:1) Take out the batteries from both units.2) Try to power on both units to drain capacitors that might keep memory.3) Put batteries back in both units.4) Turn both units ON. Ensure the probe is plugged in firmly into the probe unit. You’ll feel it click in.5) Error state is understood to be a reading on the probe unit, but no reading on the receiver unit after about 30s of waiting. If this is still the case do step 6.6) On the receiver unit, press and hold the “MODE” button for at least 5 seconds.7) The receiver unit should show a reading if the reset took. If the reset did not take, power both off and redo step 6. If no avail, you’ll have to call in and ask for next steps.For reference >> Telephone: 1-877-515-7797 (US&CA only)

  17. Shortstack

    I went thru several of these probe thermometers. I don’t care about the remote and would rather it be a single unit. But I use the temperature alarm all the time and it’s great. Probe, set and forget. The only risk is if you placed the probe in the wrong spot but usually that ends up going off too early vs too late.The interface could be a bit better. It has a timer mode I never use (why would I use the timer on this? I have a phone I set timers in all the time). And it has meat selections. I get why they do that but honestly I just want a tool that does what it does well.I like this and would buy one again if it broke but ThermPro: if you make a revision of this product here is what I would like:1. Display temp reading and alarm temp set on the sensor unit and alarm on the sensor as well.2. Add a curve fitting calculation to the time and temp readings (say just the last 2 minimally) and extrapolate the completion time in minutes. This is a killer feature to have a sense how many minutes until the chicken is done so you can start the side at the right moment.3. Make the remote optional and two things: current temp, alarm snooze button (2 minutes) and display-minutes-to-done. Maybe this u it does that calculation. Extra credit for a little graph of the readings with the predicted cooking curve shown as a curve. Move c/f switch to battery compartment. Having it on the button UI is in the way. Make it waterproof (pool? washing the car?), Make it clip on a pocket better. It’s combo stand/clip thing is clever but it needs both a solid stand and a solid belt clip. Or maybe you can make the combo hold better?4. I don’t know but I suspect the probes are the things that often die? It would be great to have a spare probe in the probe unit behind a door. When I’m relying on a probe thermometer it’s a real bummer when the probe has died. It would be bigger but that’s ok. Might be nice for it to be heavier anyway, I find it tends to slip off the counter sometimes.5. Consider dropping the “meat” and doneness selection. I find it in the way as I always set a number. I realize some people might want that. Maybe different models?6. A “test alarm” button might be nice. I know it’s loud enough now but when I use a device like this I want to check that I’m going to be able to hear the alarm. Maybe a button on the sensor base that can double as a “find unit” button and alarm tester.

  18. vvansuch

    Works great! Even through walls.

  19. Steve Peet

    Saw this at a friends, got one for myself. Easy to set up and use. Probe line is long enough to reach out and hang on the drawer next to the stove. Receiver works into the living room. Have used on the grill also and works quite well at distance outside to inside the house. Has been easy to clean up and put up with a fair amount of abuse and still working.

  20. J. Webster

    Love it! I have used this numerous times on the grill (steaks and roasts), in the oven (roasts, chicken and turkey), and on the stovetop (frying and sauces). In all that time, I have never overcooked or undercooked anything when it was used.I purchased additional probes which came with one bracket for checking your oven temperature. Worked well to calibrate my oven. Interesting how temp differs with rack placement.I modified a bracket from a manual thermometer to accept the ThermoPro probes so I can clamp it on the side of a pot or skillet to check sauce or oil temperature.I also bought a case to hold it. Makes it easy to keep it all together and tote around.The only thing I would do differently is to buy the dual probe unit.

  21. Christine

    I purchased the ThermoPro to replace a RediCheck, actually a number of them. When I first got a RediCheck years ago, it worked flawlessly. But them it began to have performance issues, and I got tired of buying new units only to have the same disappointing problems. And my main concern was lack for distance for the signal to the receiver, despite in was only about 30 feet. So I purchased the TermoPro. It worked great from the start. Perfect temperature readings, and excellent wireless range. And then one day something weird happened. After grilling, I turned for the transmitter. The next day I was near the grill, and saw the transmitter was on! So I turned it off, and a minute later is was on again. I couldn’t turn it off! So I replaced the batteries in case it was a problem with them. It stayed off. But when on it would not communicate with the receiver. I contacted customer support and they walked me through re-linking the units (I should have read the users guide). But ever since then, my medium rare meat has cooked to well done. I contacted customer support once again, and we observed the temperature was reading about 9 degrees too low, so my meat temperature was actually 9 degrees hotter than the reading. So they are sending me a new one. I thought long an hard about only giving this product 4 stars, but decided with a quality of the unit when it worked, which had been most of the time, and the support I received and getting a new unit, to stick with a 5 star rating.

  22. Karen Hatfield

    Don’t ruin another steak! I didn’t realize how fast the temperature increases when cooking a steak. The fire is never the exact same twice, and if you can guess when its done to perfection, you’re a grill master and don’t need this. I don’t know how many times that I said,”just another minute should do it,” and there it is….rare to medium well over done! Ruined!!! This thing has pre-set temps for all types of meats from rare to well done, or you can program a set temperature yourself (I like my medium-rare off the grill at 125 instead of 140 because it keeps cooking for a bit after you take it off the grill). The remote sensor is great for when you “forget”. The alarm will remind you to go tend to your meat;. It has many other great features which I haven’t used yet, but look forward to. My neighbor has a unit that he spent $200 on, and we compared them side by side. No difference in temperature measurement and has the same features. Multiple probes could be useful, but sometimes simpler is better. Well built units with nice rubber covers. Save yourself some money and never screw up a good steak again! You won’t be disappointed!

  23. Cornman

    What a great value! When I read the reviews I was a little skeptical about a product this affordable giving quality results. I loved the idea of the screen changing colors and indeed it does – when the temperature rises 10 degrees F the display turns blue, When the temperature is within 15 degrees F of target it turns green and when it attains the target level it turns red. One tip to remember – when you purchase your steaks, make sure they are of even thickness. If the steak is thin on one side and thick on the other, it makes using the probe difficult. If you put the probe in the middle of the thin side then the thick side may be rare when the thin side is medium well. Tell the butcher you want the steaks cut of even thickness for best results. I found this out the hard way when I tried to cook a Delmonico Steak of uneven thickness.I also like the rubberized exterior to help protect the unit. The display is very easy to read and the food turns out just the way I want it. I do not have to keep removing the item from the grill and cutting into it to see if it is done any more – nor do I have to wait by the grill since I can monitor the progress from up to 300 feet away.I was concerned the probe may not be sturdy enough to hold up, but on close inspection it appears very well designed. The transmitter and receiver paired up nicely. I also love the ability to set a custom temperature if I wish. Cleanup was very easy and it is so great to have the food cooked perfectly just the way I like it.Bottom line – you can pay more for a device, but why? If I can buy an affordable unit that delivers results – that is my criteria for a good value. This was a very good value for me. Buy with confidence – I hope this helps you in your search.

  24. jim s

    Before using this I tested it in a pan of boiling water and it read 211.8. Pretty darn close! Used it in my smoker and it was right on with my instant read thermometer. Add batteries and it synchs up automatically. Excellent product for the price.

  25. AmyF

    Being on a strict carnivore diet for over a year now (and now having “optimal” cardio blood work to show for it) we grill almost every day and use the ThermoPro TP07S almost every time we grill. It has worked perfectly for over 7 months now (except when the original included batteries ran down only 2 weeks ago and I missed the flashing low battery icon). It is easy to set, easy to read and easy to make custom settings. We’ve never had an issue with the sender not immediately connecting and staying conncted with the receiver. We like its reliability and repeatability for perfectly cooked meat every time.We like its simplicity of being a stand-alone product versus a phone app like our Treager smoker uses. We have problems with the Treager app. We have zero problems with the ThermoPro TP07S. We would buy the same thing again if anything went wrong with it – but it hasn’t. Thumbs up…!***UPDATE*** I just tested both our units for accuracy with steadily boiling water (making altitude adjustments: 208.8掳F @ 1720 ft) and in an insulated cup full of ice and a little water and got 208.6 and 34.2F respectively. Right on.

  26. kookie

    This is exactly what I have been looking for. Perfect teaks the other evening !

  27. David Dixon

    First time smoking a brisket. I used this monitor to keep track of meat temp. Once I set the desired temp, I just let the smoker do its job. Was inside watching football and just looking at the other monitor to manage the temp. Once it hit my goal I pulled the brisket out and it was great! Made smoking a lot easier.

  28. P Dean

    Great product

  29. VenusNYC

    Ok , I had this for a little over 2 yrs and its been great!! I had a issue a few months ago so I contacted thermopro for a new probe, and few days later BOOM my replacement came was working great again. So leads me to yesterday I was cooking a 9LB pork butt and went to check the temp after 11 hrs in the oven and it wouldn’t turn on!!!! But luckily it turned out great!! So which leads me to writing this review after checking my order I read that it also has a 1 yr amazon warranty and life time on the probes it also got a 3 yr manufacturing warranty!!!! I called there main number explained what happened and they told me there sending a brand new in the box set!!! Now this is a company that loves there customers!!! I will always brag and recommend thermopro for all the grill lovers, slow cookers, and smokers!!! I do it all and this is my main tool to prefect meat every time and the freedom to move away and not have to babysit is awesome!! Thank you.

  30. Mike N

    This two piece wonder allows me to go tootling around my house without missing the “Its Ready” notifications. Have used it for three meals on my Traeger and love it! Looking forward to my first turkey with it.

  31. William Coleman

    The only reason I gave it 4 stars was, I couldn’t use the bracket behind the clip to stand it up. I love the rugged design it has a rubberized cushion around each monitor to prevent damage if you drop it. The light of the probe is about 3′ and makes it easy to use in your oven so the monitor can be place on your counter top near stove top. The probe is very sensitive and seances the temperature right away and sends signals to the monitor that carry. The screen will flash with a blue light back light making it easy to read the temperature screen. I cooked a 9lb Turkey breast in the oven and I selected the poetry setting which indicated 165* for the cooked temperature. As it cooked the screen constantly flashed with the blue backlight giving me the temperature. When it reached the cooked temperature of 165* it sounded a alarm and flashed RED. I took the breast out of the oven and double checked the core temperature of the Turkey breast with another digital thermometer. The temperature was the same as the Thermo Pro at 165 and 170 throughout different locations of the breast. I also recommend that you do not keep the triple AAA batteries in the monitors they will corrode. I used Duracell batteries and one of them corroded in one of the monitors. Fortunately I found it before it damaged the monitor. Therma Pro is one of the best remote thermometers that I have used. Would recommend this device to anyone who loves to BARBQ or cook in the oven. Up date June 2020 Notified Thermapro of a defect with the plastic battery cover on the remote receiver that it would not stay attached. I would like to thank Thermapro for sending me a new one under their warranty.

  32. Joshua J Reed

    Worked good.

  33. Ektarama

    I bought this product for ease of use, but several times gave me false reading, vs my old thermoset and other wireless product which was accurate.

  34. Sdh909

    pretty much install batteries and you are ready to go . the two pieces connect automatically everything ws pretty straight forward and easy

  35. PAL

    I’ve had my TP07 for about a month and I have only used it in the oven. A remote wireless thermometer makes cooking large cuts of meat simple. I verified the temperature with another meat thermometer and they both read the same temp. I did a tri tip roast last week and it couldn’t have been easier. I selected Med Rare setting and went in another room to watch the game. When the remote said it was done it was perfectly medium rare. I didn’t bother with preheating the oven because only the final temperature matters.I only have a couple complaints about this unit. The buttons for the timer are labeled HR and MIN and in the poorly translated little instruction book it said that it was possible to time something up to 99 hours and 59 minutes. Maybe earlier version could do that, I don’t know. But the buttons SHOULD have been labeled MIN and SEC (like most kitchen timers) because that is how they worked. So you can time for up to 99 minutes and 59 seconds. That’s a pretty glaring flaw in ThermoPro’s process and production. 99 minutes isn’t enough time for a lot of dishes, but I can live with it because it makes this type of cooking so simple.A second trait of this thermometer that I find annoying is it’s sequence of flashing backscreen and color changes. After you turn on the receiver it just displays the internal temperature until it has increased 10 degrees from where it started, then it starts slowly flashing the display with a blue background. I find that annoying and distracting to have it start blinking for no real reason when there still another hundred degrees to go. I turn it off and back on and that stops the flashing for a few minutes. When it gets within 10 degrees of your target temp, the backlight changes from blue to green. That’s fine, it’s good to know when you are getting close. When it gets to the correct temp the receiver backlight changes to red and the unit starts beeping. It’s just that flashing blue screen that keeps bugging me when I am trying to watch the game and I see no need for it.For the price, this unit is fine. It’s Amazon’s Number 1 pick for these things. If it breaks I would replace it because it makes life a little easier and I am getting used to not having to worry if things are going to be under or over cooked.

  36. Brenda

    Well made remote thermometer. Ordering process was very easy and delivery was quick. Additional case ordered was very good quality to protect unit when not in use.

  37. Amazon Customer

    This excellent thermometer works better that my old ThermoPro. The older one was difficult to turn off. I use the new one for meat and fish. Fish (AK halibut and salmon) is difficult to not over cook in the oven. Over heated fish tastes fishy. I set the timer for 140* and have an adult beverage and chill. But it!

  38. Tom

    If you are like me you have tried numerous meat thermometers with varying results, especially the <$20 digital models. I bought this as a gift after having my own ThermoPro TP-20 (2 probes and temperature readouts) for over a year. I do my homework on purchases, and have been extremely pleased with the quality and functions of my ThermoPro. While I used the second probe on the TP20 a few times, mostly to calibrate a outdoor grill, I have used it primarily as a single probe/temperature device. That is why I am giving the TP-07 as a gift. After using the probe many times over the past year I found I was getting temperature readouts that were way off so I contacted iTronics, and very quickly received 2 replacement probes covered under warranty. I was impressed with their service and how quickly I received the probes.If you haven't cooked with this device I can tell you baked, roasted, or grilled will come out perfect every time. No more timed recipes that sometimes are perfect, but also over/undercooked. I just made a $75 prime rib for Christmas dinner and you never have to worry about overcooking (or bloody rare) meat. The remote makes it especially easy as I can do other activities around the house able to monitor progress and trusting the alarm will alert me if I am distracted. Bottom line, I love the ThermoPro, the only question is whether to get the single TP-7 or double probe TP-20 model. Great product quality, responsive service.

  39. Garden lady

    They are easy to use but I find I have to take the batteries out to store them between uses. It would be nice to have an on-off switch on each unit. They are accurate and easy to use so if you don鈥檛 mind the storage issue, they work fine.

  40. Emmett

    I ve had my ThermoPro wireless thermometer for 3 weeks so far. I’ve used it 10 times and it has worked flawlessly so far. I like the fact I can start the grill, put the temp probe in the meat, set the temp alarm, and go inside in the AC. Some reviews say the probe will fail, so I’ll keep an eye on it. I don’t submerge the probe when cleaning, hopefully it will hold up well. I’ll update every couple of months. Hopefully, no news is good news.

  41. Brad Wans

    Yep, this was what I needed to be a BBQ pro! I use it for two purposes. One is when cooking on the BBQ I can insert the probe and walk away with the responder unit in my pocket or set it somewhere in the house. I can constantly watch the temp of whatever I’m cooking. The other use which has been even more useful is when I’m using my smoker. There I have meat/fish in the smoker for hours so this is perfect to keep constant awareness of the temp.I do have three complaints about this thermometer. One is that the receiver is pretty large. Much larger than the previous unit I had (before it broke). It still fits in a pocket, but it seems larger than needed. The second complaint is that it doesn’t give you any warning when the meat hits the temp you’re looking for; it would be nice if you got a warning beep 5-10 degrees before hitting the temp you want. The last complaint is that when your meat hits the right temp and the receiver beeps it won’t shut off unless you turn the unit off. I guess that’s ok because you should be done with it, but it would be nice to have a silence button on it so you aren’t fumbling around trying to find the little off button on the back while guests are watching (don’t ask how I know…).

  42. Jo Anne Buckner

    I have only got to use this once so as I get more used to it, I may wish I had rated it 5 stars. I do like the design and it is easy to use.I really liked that I didn’t have to open the hood of the grill to check on the meat. I set the temperature for the lowest recommended temperature for pork (160 degrees F) and went inside and did other things until the unit on my belt beeped.When I first started cooking, I got a HHH code on both units where the meat temperature is supposed to show. The instruction booklet says if that happens you should push in and twist where the probe plugs into the transmitter. I did that and the meat temperature immediately came up.The pork roast was fine but I think it would have been even better if I had taken it off when the temperature was 150. Next time I’m going to either stop cooking a pork roast when it hits 150 degrees or shove the probe into a thinner part of the roast and just go with the 160 setting.Just like it took me a while to figure out how to cook to our tastes on our grill, I will have to experiment with this product to get the most out of it but I think it will be worth it.

  43. Joel W.

    I am a closet foodie and love to cook. I have used the ThermoPro TP 07s since 2017. Prior to this I bought 3 other probe thermometers. They all worked for a few months and then either failed all together, or the temp readings were completely inaccurate. My ThermoPro has been a rock star…up until about a month ago. The temp probe started showing wacky readings. Given the number of different meat therms I’ve tried I believe it’s simply a matter of time and wear. Here’s the big difference, and it’s all about ThermoPro’s customer service. I contacted the company via their “Contact Us” on their website. They told me the probe had failed. Now, here’s the WOW moment for me. In less than two weeks, not only did ThermoPro send me a new probe, they sent me a new TP 07s, the whole thing! At no cost to me! I originally purchased this in 2017. 3 years later I have a new unit! Customer for life. Will never purchase any other cooking thermometer!

  44. Keith

    easy to use,set up easy. pleased with unit

  45. Ray Elias

    I have bought 3 of these for family.The only way to grill for sure.No more guessing and remote to let you get out of the weather.

  46. Sherry Scott

    I’ve only used it one time, so my first-hand info is limited. It came in excellent packaging which protected it very well. I’ll be storing mine in the packaging when I’m not using it.The instructions are fairly well written. They explain each of the various ways you can use it clearly and concisely. They even provide an example of cooking a steak on a grill using the Probe – and – using the Timer at the same time for something else. Interesting.Cooked a meatloaf using it and verified the temperature with a separate fast read thermometer. It was off just a bit, but then I realized it was because I’d not inserted the second thermometer in the same spot as the Probe. All was well.I see where other Reviewers have mentioned the Probe going bad, and I can see where it has the potential to be easily damaged. It needs to be small enough to thread through the oven door without holding the door open and large enough to withstand some squeezing by those same doors. That is an interesting challenge. ThermoPro mentioned not to get the Cable portion of the Probe “”wet””, so I took special care to keep it dry. Just remember not to insert the Probe into the meat past the “bend” and you will have plenty to hold onto while hand washing the Probe Tip, and thus keeping the cable away from the water.I just checked here on Amazon and extra Probes are $9.99 if needed. After only one use, I like mine very much. Being able to do something else while meat is cooking and knowing just when it is time to take it out, is really nice.

  47. RF

    At first I thought this thing was great. Even bought the insurance so I wouldn’t have to worry about it for a few years. WHAT A JOKE! After a few weeks of use, and we grill several times a week, the display would read HHH (meaning no probe plugged in). Come to find out if you wiggle the wire it would start to read. Well….I had to learn to find the “sweet” spot to angle it so that it would work. Finally it quit working at all. I contacted amazon since it was out of the return period and they said I can’t use the warranty because it was still under MFG warranty to contact them. I did, and I did, and I did with no results. One person there basically accused me of submerging the probe in water. NO! I read all instructions and only wiped the probe with a damp paper towel So I have to wait till the MFG warranty expires before I can use this again. BTW, if you don’t know the extended warranty is a 1-Shot-and-done program.UPDATE 06/18 UPPED the stars from 2 to 4Ordered 2 replacement probes for $20 and I’m back in business. I figured out the problem. The stainless steel braided cover over the 2 tiny wires inside has to be kept from contact with the grill body, The coating of the wires inside will melt and the wires will touch and give the HHH code on the screen. Use a piece of aluminum foil or something to keep the wire insulated.Also, Only the very TIP is needed for checking temperature so don’t worry about burying the probe into the meat.I have received many accolades over my grilling and I should say I used to sell gas grills so if you want the “secret” to properly making any meat on a grill here you go…Set the receiver to PROG and 110 degrees. Put the meat on and leave it alone until the buzzer sounds. Then flip the meat and reset the receiver for the meat your cooking and wait for the next buzzer. When it goes off your done. To flip, flip, flip is to BAKE, not to GRILL. Try it you’ll never go back…last thing. For RIBS never put the sause on first or during. Probe the meat and when it is done brush on the sauce. I know seems odd but the burnt sauce insulates the meat and does not allow even cooking.

  48. Larry K

    I primarily use my thermometer while smoking meat. My old $19.99 thermometer got really inaccurate and then died after only about a year, so I picked up this model.I’d been debating getting blue tooth model for a while, but the cost just didn’t seem worth it. For the price, this has been reliable and fairly accurate.Not to take anything away from this model… I sort of wish I’d gotten the dual probe version.

  49. Trisha

    This thermometer allows you to cook the perfect steak every time. I like my steak medium well, so I remove it from the heat when the thermometer reaches 130-135 degrees F. The steak will increase by as much as 20 degrees just resting on a plate, uncovered. So the longer it sits, the more it cooks. This thermometer is simple to use. I always use the program mode because I pull my steak from the heat at the temperature I desire. I want to give 5 stars, but the probe that came with the unit gave incorrect temperature readings after only 2 uses. I ordered another probe through the manufacturer. They shipped it no charge. It failed after about 3 uses. I ordered the straight probe, and so far it has held up much better. Based on my ex[eriece, I recommend this thermometer, but with the straight probe, not the angled one that is shipped with the device. I like this thermometer so much, I ordered one for my brother, as a gift, but I purchased a spare (straight) probe from third party, because i didn’t have confidence in the one the thermometer comes with. I know I could keep ordering new probes from the manufacturer, but what’s the point? Really want to give 5 stars.

  50. Private

    Last year I bought a cheaper model of a different manufacturer but this year when I was getting ready to air fry the ole bird for work I found it to be dead. I didnt really have time to wait so I jumped on Amazon to see what I could find. I wanted a digital display and a remote display so that I didnt have to keep checking on it. I had originally bought a different brand but after a few of my friends recommended this one I quickly canceled my order and ordered one of these. SHipping was awesome. I ordered on a monday and needed it on Wednesday; it showed up on tuesday and I was very happy. Build quality is nice. I like that you can hang it off the side of the cooking device. It did come with the needed batteries which was awesome. The rubber housings really help in case of drop. The lead is fine but could be alittle short for some depending on their cooking device. It was perfect for me with my charbroil big easy. Setup was a breeze as it is pre-populated with the different temps for the different meats. Accuracy was checked and is spot on . I LOVE the fact that it alarms you when its hit temp. It made for the perfectly cooked bird. My co workers loved it.

  51. Tonya

    Show the temp in grill

  52. Kaye

    This thing is easy to use accurate and so convenient. I love smoking on my Traeger and this thing is the bomb. Makes it SO easy to perfectly cook anything, especially chicken since its so easy to dry out. I can set up the receiver inside where its warm so I dont have to keep opening the door and letting the heat out. And of course the wired probe allows me to see the temp of food without opening the smoker lid (which is a big no no.) Works awesome and I dont have to worry about missing the temp because the alarm goes off automatically when you set a desired temp. Super nice thing to have for anyone who likes to BBQ, or even if you cook easy to overcook food often.

  53. Dennis

    I’ve been searching and testing various digital thermometers for quite some time and have only just now found what I was seeking-a thermometer that offers intuitive operation, easy to read settings and solid construction. This oven thermometer from ThermoPro provides everything I was looking for and more. Batteries are included for this unit as well as a lifetime warranty on the product with 3 years warranty on the probe. In addition to precise functionality, this unit also allows for wireless remote monitoring, something you typically don’t get from a unit at this price point. There are suggested cooking temperatures for various protein as well as the ability to adjust each one to your own preferences, handy when you consider most proteins should be removed from the heat at least 5 degrees sooner than a unit recommends. This is necessary as the protein will continue to cook and add at least 5 degrees after being removed from the heat source. I’ve had the remote unit approximately 50 feet from the main unit without losing the signal, allowing one to sit comfortably inside while meat cooks on the grill outside or in the oven. I caught this unit on sale on Cyber Monday and at that reduced cost it was an incredible bargain. But even at its regular price, I highly recommend your investment in this unit.

  54. Customer

    It’s worked the battery still good since I bought it almost one year

  55. Adam S.

    Easy to use. I prefer to have a unit that is independent and doesn’t require an app to work, though others may prefer the opposite. The temperature readings are spot on compared to another instant thermometer that I have checked against boiling water. Used it for prime rib which turned out just the way I wanted it. The color changes alerting you to progress is a nice addition. The defaults are a bit higher than some fda guidelines, at least that is the case for pork, but these can be easily changed. All in all a nice unit. I will only use this occasionally and if that is true for others would suggest removing the batteries between uses. I don’t know how many devices I’ve had over the years that have been damaged by supposedly high quality name brand alkaline batteries that have leaked.

  56. W. King

    I have owned a ThermoPro thermometer for 3 or 4 years and it works great and is a “must have” as we grill often. Several months ago it stopped working. So I purchased my 2nd Model TP-07s, this one from Amazon, it arrived and I discovered that the only thing wrong with my current model was the probe. I plugged in the probe and was good to go. I did not, until last week, use the the new sending or receiving units. Last week I needed the second unit to check the temp in the stove while using the first unit on the grill. When I tried to use the new sending unit it did not work. I found that it was corroded from a leaky battery that came with the unit. I realized that I was past the return-date with Amazon and contacted ThermoPro to see if I could buy a sending unit directly form them. I got – believe it or not – an immediate response from ThermoPro and after verifying my Amazon purchase i received an email that a replacement was on the way. Good products are only Great if there is Great service – ThermoPro is a Great product for that reason.

  57. Bojak

    Great product. Simple to use. First one had few rain drops land on it and that caused it to not work. Next one will be put in a baggie just in case. Still a good product for dry days.

  58. socos

    I got the thermometer and within a couple months the external probe failed. I read the documentation that came with it and it stated if I saw what I was seeing (a constant temperature reading of HHH) then to reach out to customer service. I did and they immediately offered a replacement probe free of charge. The delivery madness aside (the world is have supply chain issues after all) they delivered as they said they would and now Im back to smoking meats like a pro. Thank you ThermoPro

  59. Andrea

    IMPRESSED! First of all, the thermometer works quite well and is easy to use. Second, after almost 4 years I just had a problem with the temperature probe; it was giving me inaccurate readings. I had to call customer service (which I assumed would be a hassle). I was talking with Brandon in less than 30 seconds from dialing the number and he offered to send me a replacement probe at no charge. This benefit does require that you register the product after purchase; but this only takes a couple of minutes on their website.No company can be expected to create a perfect product (though this one is pretty darn good), but every company should be expected to stand behind their product the way ThermoPro does. You can buy this product with confidence, knowing that it is good quality but that if something should happen the company will do the right thing. I will definitely be buying more Thermo pro products in the future.Thanks Brandon!

  60. Lorna

    First off – short version – anyone dealing with a faulty reading unit, check/replace probe. This will solve 99% of issues. It is something that should be mentioned in the ‘troubleshooting’ department. Full story- I own 2 of these, one for a commercial kitchen (cafe) and one for home which was purchased after using the first one at work all the time.Ironically the second one which I use rarely ( xmas, thanksgiving etc) is the one that crapped out.Purchased 4-17, contacted customer service 5-11-2020, received reply next day requesting info regarding issue. After which they dropped off the radar.Contacted them a week later, reply next day, different person, same info request.This time they stayed with it.Determined it could be replaced under warranty, so they did – received a new unit 2 weeks later.In general the communication was somewhat confusing, it appeared i was dealing with 2 people who were not sharing info: was asked for same info again after providing, then received an update a new unit was shipped, while at the same time received a different email asking the previous order id and current shipping address.Regardless – it has been replaced and working fine.Major caveat – this is in the middle of the covid19 meltdown, so any communication, let alone timely product replacement is a minor miracle.Replacing a 3 year old unit is also a very generous policy.After receiving the new unit I discovered the problem lies with the probe; this is the weak link in the chain.New probe with old unit – worked flawless.In all fairness, this could have been expected; closing a hot oven door again and again will cause due wear and tear.Will go ahead and purchase a set of back up probes, should keep me covered for a while.Hope this helps.

  61. Forever Me ;)

    Works as it should. Helps to make for an enjoyable dinner.

  62. Gram

    I purchased the TP07 model to monitor the temperature while using the Char Broil Big Easy oil less infrared cooker and I am extremely happy with it. The cable length is plenty long and allows for slack as needed. Probe inserts into ribs, pork loin, turkey flank steak very easily. Having the blue tooth unit has kept me warm this winter as i get to stay inside while the cooker is outside. transmits through the basement walls, out to the front driveway or upstairs allowing me to monitor the temperature while still doing other things. The only reason it’s 4 not 5 stars is I’ve tried it on my Weber grill for 2 steaks now and the probe read 140 degrees within 2 minutes of being on the grill. It’s probably user error in probe placement but I was hoping for it to work right the first time. Guess I’ll have to grill a few more steaks to get my technique down. Using the preset meat and temperature settings is simple. I haven’t bothered with personalizing my settings since the probe temperature tells me what I need to know.

  63. Marc D. Moder

    This thermometer set was exactly what I was looking for. I mainly wanted it for grilling, to help me determine when the meat is done. I’ve had too many over-cooked meals in the past with a regular meat thermometer, so I like the fact that I can put it in the meat when I set it on the grill, and leave it in while the meat cooks.Based on what I was looking for, this has been a great grilling tool. The temperature seems very accurate. At this point, I’ve cooked chicken, pork, burgers and steak with it, and it’s worked well for all. The whole thing is very easy to use; I figured it out without any instructions. The remote is especially handy if you have to run in and out of the house while entertaining or preparing other food.My only area of improvement, and it’s a minor one…For some of the meats, like Chicken and Beef, it only allows you to choose “Medium,” but don’t be concerned. The temp that it sets it at (165) is actually at or slightly above the safe/fully-cooked temp recommended by the FDA. Not sure why it says medium, but both my chicken and burgers came out perfectly cooked (no pink but still juicy) with the thermometer at that temp.In general, it seems like the thermometer’s presets are slightly higher than the Food Network Kitchen meat temp chart I looked at, but you can always program to any temperature if you have a different preference of doneness.All in all a great tool…I look forward to trying it in the oven when grilling season’s over. Just a warning, the probe itself is metal and will get hot while on the grill, so I recommend keeping an oven mitt nearby for handling.

  64. NT

    Absolutely LOVE this thermometer. It’s super simple to use, ultra convenient, and a great way to guarantee perfect results (especially on steak doneness) every time. I reverse sear most of my steaks in a cast iron skillet after a stent in the oven, and with a programmable feature allowing me to set my desired 120 degree mark, no matter how thick of a steak I’m cooking, they all come out perfectly medium-rare!My first test run of this little fella was on two 30 oz. 2″ thick cut ribeyes. The best part was, in the 70 minutes it took for the steaks to reach their internal temperature, I was able to sit outside drinking bourbon with the wireless bluetooth receiver watching the temperature tick up degree by degree! Granted, you don’t have to watch the temperature–as long as you’re programmed, the thing will beep when it reaches its mark–but it was definitely interesting to keep track.The unit is super simple to learn, easy to clean, and gives readings quickly and accurately. I’d definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to take the guesswork out of cooking. Don’t eat another Thanksgiving day dinner at Dennys because Dad burned the turkey again. (P.S. Even though it’s a bit late at the time of writing this, this would make a solid dad’s day gift).

  65. Alice

    I’m a new Treager owner and this is a must have for me. It feels solid, the cable that attaches to the probe is plenty long to feed through the hole on my smoker to attach to the unit which is placed outside the smoker. The probe unit has a little adjustable hanger on the rear so you can hang it or prop it up. The wireless unit has a sort of kick stand to keep it propped up. Once you have your temp/time/ or what ever set, the beeper sounds to alert you when its done. The beeper is LOUD and woke me up at 4:45 AM to let me know my brisket was done ahaha. Almost sounded like a smoke detector going off. The range for the wireless unit is pretty good, mine was placed at least 35 feet away and not in direct sight of the probe unit. I had one of these before but someone put the probe & the unit inside the oven and it melted (they didn’t know how to use it…my family…) I thought I may want something a little different so I perused the other choices here on Amazon, but in the end, I was really happy with the first one so I purchased it again.

  66. Naz

    Bought this to use with my pellet grill for smoking meats. Has worked great the couple times I’ve used it and cleans up easily once finished. My only beef (lol) with the unit is the flashing lights on it. I understand the need to flash to notify you of certain temperature thresholds that are reached, but there’s no reason for it to constantly flash until it reaches the next threshold. If I’m smoking a pork butt low and slow for 10+ hours, that’s a LOT of unnecessary light flashing that is draining the batteries more. My first time using it I wondered why the alarm wasn’t going off when I reached my target temp. But then I realized the transmitter/probe end actually measures in tenths of a degree, while the receiver rounds the number to the nearest full degree. So when the receiver first says 200 degrees, it’s actually 199.5 or 199.6. It will alarm when the actual temp outside reaches your set point.It’s also somewhat concerning reading some of the vendor comments on the reviews. The description states that you have a 1 year warranty with an option to add 3 years if you register your unit (I don’t even know how to register it…), which would possibly make it 4 years. Yet most of the replies say there’s a 5 year warranty, while some even say there’s just a 1 year warranty. Regardless, it seems apparent from comments that they stand behind their product, but it would be nice if the warranty info was clearly communicated, as well as how to register it.

  67. Joe

    My family really enjoys cooking prime rib roast for holidays, birthdays, and just for the heck of it. As many times and as many different ways as my mom has tried cooking it, it just never seems to meet my dad’s expectations – it’s either overcooked or too rare (which I thought was not a part of my dad’s vocabulary until recently)! My mom has used different cooking times, temperatures, gadgets, and methods. She already has your typical metal meat thermometer and that has done nothing more than stear her wrong in the past!So after another lack luster prime rib for Christmas (as far as my dad’s standards go – I think they’re always delicious), my husband and I decided to purchase this for my parents prior to our annual New Year’s prime rib this year. And for the first time in a long time, everyone was happy with the way it turned out! My mom actually used a cooking method she had previously used unsuccessfully and instead of following it to the exact time and temp while relying on her old standard meat thermometer, she used this thermometer and it took the guess work out of it for her! Once the roast registered at the proper internal cooking temperature, she turned off the oven and let it sit until it reached the final temperature she was looking for! And mind you, she had previously attempted this same method with your standard meat thermometer with the red arrow that slowly rotates up to a less than accurate readout temp. This time, the roast was medium well on the ends and medium rare in the middle! Instead of spending her time checking the temperature of the roast often with her old meat thermometer, she was able to enjoy her time with the family gathered in the family room while the roast was cooking thanks to the portable readout!This is a great gadget to have and very reasonably priced! I’m sure she’ll find many more uses for it, too! But to see my parent’s excitement over finally perfecting their prime rib roast was well worth the price of admission! I would definitely recommend this gadget for anyone that likes to cook! It’s very helpful and very convenient!

  68. Lynda

    Works on a grill. Works in an air fryer. Easy and intuitive to use.Just make sure that you stay in the temp type you are using. I didn’t realize that an extra push on the start button after it had started would change between Fahrenheit and Celsius, which led to my wondering why the meat I was cooking had suddenly taken a large drop in teperature.

  69. Brian

    It does what it’s supposed to do – measure the temperature of the food you’re cooking. The controls are a bit clunky, but easy to learn and once you’ve got that down, it’s easy-peasy.The remote doesn’t have a long range, but that doesn’t matter to me. (I don’t really see the point of those things as it’s just as easy to go out to the patio and check the temperature.)I grilled a whole turkey over the weekend and it came out perfectly – moist, tender and exactly to the right temperature. So in my book, the thermometer did fantastic. I can’t speak about it’s durability, but if it keeps on as it is, it is exactly what I needed.It also does very well getting the ambient temperature in the grill exactly where it needs to be. And with the price being half of other models, it makes it even better

  70. dasaunders

    The probe is easy to use the remote is really nice you don’t have to stay out where your barbecuing. The armored stainless steel covering was what prompted me to purchase this unit. I’ve had others that didn’t have the stainless steel covering over the cable for the probe. The stainless steel covering really makes a difference.

  71. Matt R.

    I love this thermometer. I used it all the time when grilling; with chicken, steaks, pork butt, etc, and my food always comes out amazing. It has amazing range. The probe can be outside the house, out in the backyard; and I can monitor the temperature using the reader from the comfort of my couch.As much as I love the product, there are two flaws.1st – you cannot get it wet. It looks very rugged and seems to be, but it will fritz up with even the lightest drizzle. You’ll need to put it inside a ziplock if there’s any chance of rain. That’s a shame for an outdoor product, but for the price, it’s hard to complain too much.2nd – the temperature probe is extremely fragile. You have to be very gentle with it when washing it, handling/using it, storing it. My probe has broken twice. Something happens where the wire connects with the probe and then it can’t read the temperature anymore.Both times the probe broke, I called ThermoPro. They asked for my order # and sent me a replacement same day (which will arrive in 2-3 days). They answer the phone quickly and the entire call lasts maybe 5 minutes. That’s amazing customer service. I just wish I didn’t need it!Even given the two flaws, I highly recommend this thermometer. I bought mine for $35. It’s worth it.

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SPECS

TP-07 Specification

Temperature Range

14˚F to 572˚F (-10˚C to 300˚C)

Tolerance

±1.8˚F (±1.0˚C) from 14 to 212°F (-10 to 100°C),otherwise ±2%

Sensor Type

NTC

Wire Probe

Total length: 47 inches (1200mm)

Probe length: 6 inches (155.5mm) 

Refresh rate

4 seconds

Transmission Range*

500ft(150M)

Wireless Technology

ASK 915Mhz for USA/Canada and 868Mhz for Europe

Display

 

Receiver

LCD, 1 9⁄16 Length x 1 3⁄8 Width inches (39.5 L x 34.5 W mm)

Transmitter

LCD, 1 Length x 1 3⁄16 Width inches(25.0L x 29.5W mm)

Backlight

Y

Unit Size

 

Receiver

2 11⁄16 Length x 4 15⁄16 Width x 1 1⁄8 Height inches

(68.0L x125.5W x 28.0H mm)

Transmitter

 2 11⁄16 Length x 3 5⁄8 Width x 1 1⁄8 Height inches

(68.0L x 92.0W x 39.0H mm)

Power

 

Receiver

3.0V (2xAAA Batteries)

Transmitter

3.0V (2xAAA Batteries)

*The stated transmission range is based on tests at an ambient temperature of 77°F or 25°C without any obstructions or electromagnetic interference. Your range can vary depending on the number of obstructions and electromagnetic in your environment.

FAQS

Question: Can i use the Thermopro TP07 to measure oil temperature on a deep fryer?

Answer:  Yes.

Question: Is it possible to set a minimum AND a maximum temperature?

Answer: No, the TP08 has this feature.

Question:  I’m a little confused on how the alarm works. The description on the item on the site says one feature is alarm, however in the manual there is nothing that shows how to set the alarm, just timer. it’s a bit confusing to me. please explain

Answer: Hello, The alarm is always active and will beep once your current temp reaches your set temp or if your timer expires.

Product Comparison

 
 
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Rating
Availability In stock In stock In stock Out of stock
Backlight display Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bluetooth No No No No
Calibration feature No No No -
High low temperature alarms High High Both Both
Lock function No No - -
Mobile app No No No No
Preset temperature options Yes Yes No Yes
Probe quantity 1 1 2 4
Range 300ft 300ft 300ft 1000ft
Remote Yes Yes Yes Yes
Taste settings Yes Yes No Yes
Timer Yes Yes Yes Yes
Waterproof Not Waterproof Not Waterproof Not Waterproof Not Waterproof

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