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ThermoPro TP28

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Super Long Range Wireless Meat Thermometer for Smoker BBQ Grill

  • Dual probes for both food and BBQ】: Digital food thermometer for cooking has dual probes to monitor food or BBQ/oven/grill/smoker simultaneously, making it the ideal solution for monitoring temperatures for extended periods of time such as when BBQing, smoking, grilling, deep-frying, homebrewing and oven-roasting;
  • Extra long remote range of 500 feet】: Digital cooking thermometer features next generation RF wireless technology to achieve extended range up to 500 feet and stronger signal strength through obstacles and walls, essential when monitoring meals at a long distance and guaranteeing to reach anywhere in your home or yard;
  • Standalone transmitter】: Digital meat thermometer features a unique design where all key programmable buttons are located on transmitter to allow usage of the kitchen thermometer without the receiver, perfect for those fast cooking meats like fish or steak in short distance;
  • Timer & Smart alarm】: BBQ thermometer features count up and countdown timer that is perfect timing side veggie dishes; The receiver has 4 alarm modes to choose from: Beep, Vibration, Beep & Vibration, Silent, perfect for those late night cooks;
  • USDA preset temperatures】: Smoker thermometer contains preset temperatures for 10 types of meat and their various doneness levels recommended by USDA. All the preset temps can be adjusted to suit your personal tastes;
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ThermoPro TP28 Wireless Meat Thermometer

Features dual food graded probes, ThermoPro TP28 can monitor temperatures for extended periods of time, making it ideal for smoking, BBQ and grilling. Built with the new generation RF wireless technology, meat thermometer wireless has a long range up to 500FT and transmission strength available for an alarm thermometer. Guaranteed to keep you connected to your cook from anywhere in your home or yard.

Specifications:

  • Remote Range: Up to 500 feet
  • Smart Alarm: Beep, Vibration, Beep&Vibration, Silence
  • Temperature Accuracy: ±1.8°F (±1°C)
  • Temperature Range: 32°F to 572°F (0°C to 300°C)
  • Backlit and Large LCD Screen
  • Countdown & Count Up Timer
  • Fahrenheit and Celsius readings
  • Low Battery Indicator
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!

Package Contents:

  • 1 *Receiver
  • 1 x Transmitter
  • 2 x Probes
  • 4 x 3A batteries
  • 1*Clip
  • 1 x Manual

THERMOPRO TP28 500FT LONG RANGE WIRELESS MEAT THERMOMETER WITH DUAL PROBE FOR SMOKER BBQ:

  • Dual probe technology, monitor two different meats or one meat and the grill/oven/smoker temp
  • Programmed with preset USDA approved temperatures for different types of meat and doneness levels, ideal for beginners and experienced cooks alike

High Accuracy & Heat Resistance

Probe and Wire can withstand up to 716°F (380°C). Meat thermometer wireless has upgraded 6.5″ Super Long food grade stainless steel probe with ±1.8°F/1°C accuracy in a range from 14°F to 572°F (-10°C to 300°C) to detect the core temp of meat.

Smart Temperature Alarm – Silent Mode!

Smart Temperature Alarm – Silent Mode!

Once the temperature of the MEAT/BBQ reaches your set temperature, both the transmitter and receiver will sound an alarm with vibration, never miss the perfect cook again! Silence your devices for when having those late night or early morning cooks.

Large LCD Display with Backlight

Large LCD Display with Backlight

The compact receiver features a Large LCD screen with backlight button that shows the ALL current temperature readings. The backlight makes it superbly easy to view in all light conditions, even at night; Select between Celsius/Fahrenheit readings.

Countdown & Count Up Timer

Countdown & Count Up Timer

Countdown and count up timer with two time duration options (99min 59sec, 99hr 59min), manage your time effectively.

No More Mess! Tidier Storage with Probe Winder

No More Mess! Tidier Storage with Probe Winder

Probe winders put an end to messy probe wires in your drawers. With the TP28 probe winder, store neatly!

Convenient Placement Options

With sturdy base, put your thermometer on a countertop; Strong magnets on back to attach to the the side of your grill/smoker; Place it on a kitchen hook with the hanging hole.

Thermometer Work with Any Cooking Appliance

134 reviews for ThermoPro TP28

  1. Travis LaFave

    Do you sell a storage case that this will fit in?

    • CSTEAM (store manager)

      Hello,

      Unfortunately, we do not sell a case specifically designed for our TP28 device.

  2. Brewmenn

    I need a replacement probe for this. Neither probe listed says it will work with this. Does anyone know if either will work?

    • CSTEAM (store manager)

      Hello,

      Both our TPW01 and TPW02 replacement probes are compatible with this device.

      If you are experiencing an issue with your probe(s) we can look into replacing this under warranty.

      Please contact our service team directly at service@buythermopro.com for assistance if you would like to look into having this replaced under warranty.

  3. George

    Is the back light of the receiver supposed to flash on and off?

  4. gillettrobert

    Read-out responds quickly. Readable in the sun and shade. The remote receivers connects and works as one, with the base transmitter. Stand alone Bluetooth doesn’t require a phone or internet (exactly what I was looking for). Settings are a little challenging, but this is the first time use. Should be fine when becoming more familiar. Would recommend to friends. SIDE NOTE I bought the hard case for the TP99. Not a “custom” fit, but works just fine. I store the 3rd and 4th probes in the cover pouch.TP28

  5. T. Crossland (verified owner)

    got to use while using our electric smoker. This is amazing. don’t have to sit and babysit it or constantly run out to check. We found it to be easy to use and accurate. worth every penny.TP28

  6. Donald Young (verified owner)

    Very easy to use

  7. Bill M. (verified owner)

    I’ve had several wireless cooking thermometers over the years, and I’ve even had a ThermoPro wireless cooking thermometer before (TP07), and to date, this is the best wireless thermometer I’ve owned. In my opinion ThermoPro got this one right. It’s a pleasure to use. I like it a lot.

    Using this wireless thermometer is as simple as can be. Simply insert probe 1 into your meat, turn the transmitter and receiver on, select what you’re cooking, set the doneness level of the meat, and that’s it, you’re pretty much good to go. And, of course, you can setup probe 2 to monitor the temperature of a second item or piece of meat if you wish.

    I became interested in this wireless thermometer primarily because of the shortcomings of my previous thermometers. And the main shortcoming for me has been the wireless range. The manufacture’s stated ranges are, of course, their achieved ranges under ideal conditions, not typical conditions. Consequently, none of the thermometers until this one would send a reliable signal to every room in my house. My home office is the farthest room from my barbecue and smoker, and this is the first wireless thermometer that actually keeps its wireless connection while in my office.

    Additionally, I think this type of wireless thermometer is far better than the Bluetooth/smartphone thermometers. And that’s because it gives you an always-on display unit/receiver. You can get the current temperature of your meat with a mere passing glance at the receiver. That’s simply not the case with Bluetooth/smartphone thermometers, and that’s a really big negative in my book.

    So, if you’re looking for a wireless cooking thermometer, this is the first one that I can wholeheartedly recommend. It feels beefy and well built, it’s super easy to use, and the useable range in real world conditions is excellent. ThermoPro nailed this one in my opinion. I’m very happy with it. I recommend it.

    If you have any questions about this ThermoPro dual probe wireless thermometer, please feel free to ask, and I’ll try my best to answer. I hope you found this review helpful.

  8. Joseph J. Carter (verified owner)

    I really like this thermometer. It is very easy to use and pair with the base. It is easy to select the doneness of the meat for each probe. That has been incredibly helpful when cooking steaks. I tested it against my other thermometer and the temperature for both probes was accurate. There are many ways use whether propping up, attaching it to a surface via magnet or clipping to your belt. I also like that the probes have a plastic piece that helps you store it without the wires becoming a mess.

    Pros:
    Very easy to use
    Dual probes which can have different temp settings
    Rugged
    You can step away from the stove or grill and atill monitor
    Probes are accurate

    Cons
    None so far
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  9. Hairy Potter (verified owner)

    I have a pellet grill that has two temperature probes. I ordered this meat thermometer so that I would have a separate temperature system that I could use in conjunction with the grill’s probes to ensure that I was getting proper temperature readings when I was grilling. I really like this thermometer. I could tell when taking it out of the packaging that it is well-built. It is not a lightweight thermometer like others that I have owned. The probes are high quality and have long leads. The thermometer is loaded with features, and it has a claimed transmitting range of 500 feet, which is quite a long distance for a digital thermometer.

    The kit comes with a transmitter, a receiver, two probes, a grill clip, four batteries, and a manual. The probes come with a probe winder that keeps them organized when not being used. The grill clip is used to hold one of the probes in position off the grill to track the grill temperature, rather than the meat’s temperature.

    The manual is detailed and provides all of the information needed to use the device, except for adequate information on how to insert the batteries into the receiver. The manual shows the location of the battery compartment for the transmitter, but not for the receiver. Unfortunately, it is not clear just by looking at the back of the receiver where the battery compartment is and how to open it. I initially did not want to start prying on anything for fear of breaking something, but I eventually was able to pry open a latch that revealed the battery compartment. This latch opens from the very top of the back of the receiver.

    Before its first use, I followed ThermoPro’s online procedure for checking the calibration of the thermometer. This is not a required, or even suggested, procedure; I just wanted to check. The results showed that both probe’s calibration was spot on. I also tested the probes in boiling water. Taking into consideration the altitude adjusted boiling temperature at my home, they were again spot on. If you repeat the boiling test, keep in mind that unless you are at sea level, the actual boiling temperature decreases with an increase in altitude. With these test results I have great confidence in this thermometer’s accuracy.

    The two probes can be independently programmed. They can both be set to measure the same type of meat and doneness, or different meats, or different doneness, or one probe can measure meat and the other the grill’s internal temperature. The thermometer’s programming has preset temperatures for various meats and doneness that can be set or, if desired, overridden. The device will alert you when the temperature reaches the set point.
    You can set a minimum and/or maximum temperature that, if exceeded, will also issue an alert. This is a good feature for monitoring grill temperature during long cooks. A count up/down timer feature is also included.TP28

  10. Shane O. Laake (verified owner)

    I’ve used Maverick wireless thermometers, Weber’s iGrill setups, and many generics. I’ll say that the biggest competition for this is the generics (sometimes price does win out). If you’re not going for the cheapest solution, get this.

    This setup just works. It works every time. It works without any hassles. It doesn’t require pairing, Bluetooth, or apps. This won’t become defunct when that app becomes unsupported or ask for all sorts of permissions to your data. It’s just a thermometer, a display, and a wireless display.

    The thermometer probes yield consistent results (between each other and my previous ThermoPro probes. This is unlike my iGrill where half my probes vary by 8-10 degrees F. The range is superb (I never got anywhere near the range limit, but I did throw several walls in between with no issues.

    Compared the other units (including cheaper generics), I think the reliable temperatures, easy to use controls, and availability of ThermoPro replacement bits makes this a winner. As an added bonus, I like the fact that the probes can be used for whatever. I have twice as many Web iGrill probes as I need due to the separate pit and food probes. None of that nonsense here.

  11. Adi (verified owner)

    I like it for oven baking poultry. It does the job but the accuracy is a little bit off. I recommend taking it out about 10-15 degree F before the actual temp. I use a different probe to check the temperature to be sure.

  12. Amy S. (verified owner)

    Easy to set up, Easy to hook up, Used it last night for the first time while smoking meatloaf, worked perfectly. The alarms are worth the extra money over the 20TP28

  13. Sab H. (verified owner)

    I used these to cook steaks.

    I love how accurate it could be and how fast it reads the Temperature. I think if each probe would have a different color, would be much better to avoid following the wire and see if it is plugged in the number 1 or 2.

    I like my steaks super rare, and following the chart of temperatures, I was a little disappointed, although this is referred to regulations on the country. My steaks were actually more on the medium rare, so next time, I am not allowing that temperature going above 105F.!

    Using the device can be really intuitive and simple, you could not almost have the instructions and decifer how to use it.

  14. A. Fabbri (verified owner)

    Finally going wireless is a big upgrade for my long outdoor smoking sessions.

    Likes:
    – Rugged construction. Unlike some other cheaper ThermPro thermometers, this one appears to be much more rugged and built to last. Time will tell, of course, and I’ll update this review if it doesn’t hold up.
    – Dual probe is nice for larger cuts or cooking multiple items at once.
    – Good wireless range.
    – Clear displays with backlights are easy to read.
    – Pretty simple to use in basic “show me the temp” or “beep when its done” modes.

    Dislikes:
    – Minor nit: Some of the extra features are not obvious how to use without reading instructions.

    Overall I’m very happy with this wireless thermometer so far.

  15. Lisa S (verified owner)

    I purchased the TP28 to replace an inexpensive bluetooth thermometer received (and returned) as a Christmas gift. The bluetooth thermometer continually would have issues connecting to the app, even when I was standing right next to it – essentially unusable. On top of that, the button cell battery died after only a few hours of use.

    Enter the TP-28. This thing is everything the other thermometer was not. 1: Simple (no buggy app to install or deal with) – and 2: reliable (never once had an issue with the receive not picking up the signal from the transmitter). I didn’t test whether the 500ft claim is truly accurate, but I did take the transmitter all over the house without any trouble picking up the transmitter.

    As for accuracy, I checked both probes multiple times (before and after my cook) and the one probe was spot on (212 degrees in boiling water) and the other initially read 211 (but later read 212 on my 2nd test).

    A few minor improvements I’d love to see added in a future version:

    1) I wanted to see what would happen if the transmitter dies, so I tried turning it off as well as removing the batteries to simulate the batteries in the transmitter dying. Unfortunately, nothing happened on the receiver except an indicator that flashes when data is received stopped flashing. Digging through the manual, it looks like there’s an alarm after 30 minutes. For me, this delay is way too long. I’d rather have it be as short as 1 minute to ensure the grill doesn’t change outside the set temp range and I don’t get notified. It would be nice if this delay was user-configurable. I’d like to be able to use this thermometer overnight for long smoke sessions, and not knowing for 30 minutes if the transmitter battery dies is a bit concerning due to the possibility of the grill temp going outside the target range.

    2) no way to disable beep when buttons pressed. When you’re messing w/ programming the transmitter before starting a cook, all the beeping can get annoying every time you press a button. I wish there was a way to disable the beeping, as you can see the display change when you press a button (so no need for an audio cue as well)

    3) I think the transmitter’s alarm only has two settings: flashing the backlight and beeping. I wish there was another option: off. When smoking overnight, it’s nice to have the outdoor alarm be silent, so it’s not making noise that could disrupt people sleeping in earshot of transmitter. It would also be nice to not have the flashing backlight unnecessarily wear down the battery.

    These issues are fairly minor, and overall this is an outstanding product. I don’t know how I’ve gone so long without such a device, but thanks to the TP-28, never again!

  16. Joe Hoesche (verified owner)

    TP28 Thermpro got this for Christmas only used it once so far for a prime rib in the oven. Worked great in the oven, prime rib came out perfect. Can wait to use it in my smoker and try out the “monitor bbq temp” feature. The probes are a bit long at 6.5 inches, I will be looking to purchase shorter probes. I will update my review once I have a chance to use it a bit more.TP28

  17. Lauren Kenny (verified owner)

    I got this for my husband for Christmas. We’ve used a lot of thermometers and this one is way more sturdy. We love the WiFi feature!TP28

  18. Anthony Hyjer (verified owner)

    Incredibly accurate and easy to use, heck yeah!TP28 monitor

  19. Suzanne Starr (verified owner)

    Very quality product! The temp was accurate an wireless range was just right for us!TP28

  20. Linda Jost (verified owner)

    Got this for my husband for Christmas. He could not wait until Christmas to use it. It works great for cooking meat outside. You can keep track of the meat temp without standing over the grill

  21. p secrest (verified owner)

    Purchased as gift for avid griller. Looks great, prompt Shipping.

  22. Douglas Leavitt (verified owner)

    Bought this for my propane smoker. It works great. The magnets on the transmitter and receiver make it easy to place anywhere. It can do a lot, so be sure to keep the instruction manual handy until you get used to how it works. It really needs a storage case though to keep it all organized when not in use.TP28 Brisket

  23. Josh Crockett (verified owner)

    Works great and easy to set timers. However, it would be nice if it included a pot clip so it could used easier for candy making. The clip included doesn’t clip on the side of pot.

  24. Sceth (verified owner)

    You know that sound that Tim The Tool Man Taylor made on his show when he got a new tool that he really liked. This thing is so awesome that it will make you make the same sound. Buy it. The only thing is that both probes are pointed. I wish one them was rounded. Not a deal breaker. I like the probe holder. The feel is great. Display is bright. Easy to figure out how to use it especially if you’re like me and hate to read the instructions first.

  25. Brian (verified owner)

    Good product. I did find that the probes are a little on the long side, gave me troubles using in my smoker box due to limited space. No problem with probes in the oven or bbq. I like using the second probe as an ambient temp monitor.

  26. The Toolman (verified owner)

    Easy to program.
    Excellent range. I tested this all over the house and it worked fine.
    Nice backlight.
    Dual temperature displays.
    Can be used with or without remote.
    Includes spools for storing probe wires.

    No negatives that I’ve encountered so far.TP28 Wings

  27. Brian Crawford

    Easy to use, very happy with the device. As mentioned elsewhere, the probes are long and can be too big for some meats, but not a major drawback.

  28. Django Fett

    I looked at a number of devices before selecting this one. There were some with Internet connectivity but I don’t typically leave home with the fire burning. This fully met my needs.

    Pointer: the recommended temperature for Pork is now lower than the default of the device. Very easy to modify, so a non-issue.

  29. dahendry

    this one the best things i have bought for grilling

  30. The Fischers

    Right out of the box it was very easy to set up and use. It provided good range and temperature accuracy. In my case the distance was about 75 feet between the smoker and my kitchen inside. I like that I can monitor the grill/smoker temp as well as the protein being cooked. The alarms are nice and loud so you won’t miss what temp your shooting for. Overall I’m glad I made this purchase.

  31. Richard J.

    Just what I was looking for.

  32. Mike Thompson

    New Green Egg owner. ThermoPro TP28 is durable and gives you confidence.

  33. awesome

    Quality equipment and lots of control over hi and low temps as well as alarms.

  34. jeri

    Perfect grilling experience

  35. Rico

    I am so impressed with the bluetooth connection of this thermometer. I can monitor my grill that’s at the detached garage while i’m in the basement. Couldn’t be happier

  36. Ken Shaw

    This device has a lot of features for the person that does not want to keep a close eye on the temperature. For me it is not what I want since I want to know exactly what the temp currently is inside my grill without setting ranges and then have this device beep at me when it hit the low or the high value. And yes it states that you can set it to measure the ambient temperature inside your smoker, but this again is done in ranges and to know the temp you have to use math to subtract from the high temp setting. I will replace with something cheaper…

  37. go fly!

    Overall it works. I probably would have spent money on a unit that has an app. The small unit does not chime to let you know the food is done, only the outdoor unit does. The distance to keep the two units separated is closer to 15ft not what the manufacturer claims.

  38. Gregfred

    Gave as gift. Wish I had kept for myself

  39. Carlos D. Herd

    Cooked steaks to medium and medium rare. The preset temperature for the probes helped cook the steaks perfect. And the unit is pretty easy to use.

  40. Mary K Ely

    We use this on a Masterbuilt Electric Smoker. The smoker had a smart phone connection that worked one
    time. I like this feature so I can view the cooking process.

  41. Hannah

    Works pretty good. I am having an issue where it randomly will start reading the wrong temperature by a significant amount. Turn it off and on a couple times and that seems to work.

  42. TJ

    Works great. Accurate – Both probes show water boiling at 210 degrees , which is exactly what it should be at my altitude. I kind of wish I had bought one with 4 probes, but some of the 4 probes models had bad reviews of shutting off after 2 hours so maybe this one is better. Although I don’t think I would ever go 2 hours without touching a button, at least not on a charcoal smoker. I split a brisket, so having 3 probes would have helped. 1 for the point, 1 for the flat and 1 for the ambient temperate of the charcoal smoker. But 2 probes still worked great. I love the high / low setting when in BBQ mode. I can relax a bit while smoking, even take a nap.

  43. rjasper94

    I smoked my first brisket and used this thermometer. I smoked it overnight and was able to bring the wireless receiver to my bedroom so I could monitor it throughout the night and man oh man did that beat walking into the cold night to check it manually. I have been using other wireless Bluetooth thermometers before, and NONE of them would reach the distance I needed. This thermometer exceeded the range needed and I could not be happier. Highly recommend.

  44. Henry

    Bought this to help me cook my first brisket. So far it has helped with temperature control, knowing how hot the fire is and how hot the brisket side is, will lead to a good brisket. Most definitely going to test the hell out of it, and it comes with batteries, it does have alarms, so when the temperature drops at your lowest temperature setting or if it passes the high temperature setting it will let you know. I love that it has a portable device so I don’t have to be standing right by my barbecue pit 24/7. I can engage in conversation and join the group while keeping an eye on the temperature. So far so good

  45. Benjamin Olsen

    The remote unit failed, but continued to show 95 degrees internal temperature, even though the meat had reached 135.

  46. N. Aoun

    It is not that difficult to use, will take 10 minutes to learn how to set it up.
    I have the old model with a single probe and I really liked it; so I chose to buy this one with dual probes.
    The problem is the accuracy; I noticed that it is off by many degrees when compared to the old model and to some old fashioned thermometers. Very upsetting.

  47. Fergy

    A must have for anyone smoking meat. My Pit Boss smoker has 2 additional probes but with the Thermo Pro I can monitor another side of the smoker and another meat. It makes ensuring everything cooks at the correct temperature and is done to perfection. Very accurate and a must gave tool.

  48. Upstate New York

    This works great and is very accurate with temperature.

  49. Anon1

    Excellent purchase. This item is easy to use with great features. Our turkey came out perfect

  50. Arlene Nicholson

    Used for Christmas and it worked very well.

  51. James Bennett

    First time using it on Christmas Day for our10lb Prime Rib. It turned out perfect. No more guessing or pulling it out of the oven to check it’s temperature with a conventional meat thermometer!

  52. Justin

    Good product. As advertised

  53. Mitchell Berck

    Very easy to use

  54. Dusty

    Works Great and Quality is there.

  55. thos25

    I bought this because the probes that came on my pellet smoker were pretty far apart in the temps they’d report versus my handheld devices. I got these hoping they’d be more accurate than the cheap probes.

    When it came in I calibrated it with ice water and boiling water and everything looked accurate whereas the probes with the smoker were 10+ degrees off. So as far as accuracy goes, this is pretty good.

    Set up was easy and straight forward. The distance that the signal goes is great enough that I was able to be in my living room and still get signal telling the receiver what the temps were on the grill.

    The alarm was definitely loud enough to be noticed and isn’t easily missed. It has a vibrate function as well if you don’t want the alarm blaring when food hits the right temp.

    Overall I found it to be well worth the money.

  56. SMC

    Used it the first time yesterday and were very impressed with it

  57. Vince

    I love not having to go outside and around my house to see what temperature my meat is at when using my smoker. Great quality

  58. FLGatorengineer

    Very accurate. Range is fantastic. Overall great product.

  59. paintrbill

    Use this for smoking temps on my smoker as an ambient stand alone probe and a meat temp prob. Works as it should. Accurate and seems quality built.

  60. John T.

    Easy to set up. Buzzer a little quiet but strong vibration signal. I had a previous model that finally died after long, heavy use and this model is much quicker. Better lighting. My main disappointment is with the range of the signal. The old model actually reached the advertised 300′ so when the new model said 500′ I thought I’d be able to read the signal from the living room rather than the kitchen. Nope! It doesn’t reach any further than the old model. Still a good tool but test the signal distance before you destroy the box

  61. Techguy186

    Worked great on my first cook. Temps are accurate.

  62. Nick

    Will follow up if there are problems. Initially good.

  63. Ron

    I have used it a few times and it works as expected. I double checked temps with my Pen thermometer after pulling off the smoker and it was spot on.

  64. paul mills

    The quality of my meats has improved and so has our enjoyment of them. I wish I had known about it years ago.

  65. mzat

    Checked temperature accuracy with boiling water and other thermometers… it’s accurate. The controls for set points are a little archaic . If you open your oven or smoker for just a few seconds to check on your meat, the low external temperature alarm will go off and it’s a nuisance. It should be programmed to delay the alarm for such events.

  66. MMS

    This thing has quite a long range so I can be inside the house monitoring the temperature in the cold weather (we live in New England). Accuracy seems really good, and it is somewhat easy to use but I need to play around with a little bit more because, although I think I now know how I need to set it up so that temperature alarms and what not I’m still learning how to set it up.

  67. Amy

    Will never cook meat without this again.

  68. Chris Hamilton

    I have used other wireless probes for cooking before I settled on this product. My previous versions were app based and required a blue-tooth connection to my phone. As you can imagine, the distance from the probe to phone plays an important role in functionality. As a result, I wasn’t able to spend much time or distance away from my grill.

    This product has, at least for me, solved that issue. Using RF technology, I have had no issues walking away from my grill and fearing losing the connection to the probe. There is an included receiver that I can clasp onto my belt so that I always have the temperature information at the ready. If I am only looking for an easy to view read-out of current temperature right at the stove or the grill, the probes plug into a nice, legible transmitter that can rest on the counter or table-top. I have not yet needed to utilize both probes simultaneously (so far, I’m a single probe guy).

    But, the probes have proven to be accurate and QUICK. I was actually stunned by how quickly they fired up and provided accurate information. This unit features a timer (Nice! I like being able to back-time other dishes so that everything hits the table at the same time). This was I don’t need to use by smart phone to time something while using the probe to monitor temperature – it’s all right there in one unit.

    Finally, I love the nuance – I can set exactly the temp that I am aiming for, knowing that the unit will alert me via an alarm when my desired “doneness” is achieved. All-in-all this is a major upgrade from my previous phone-based system and the range of use and detailed information that it provides make this a winner for me. I hope this review helps you to make up your mind about this product.

  69. The Toolman

    Easy to program.
    Excellent range. I tested this all over the house and it worked fine.
    Nice backlight.
    Dual temperature displays.
    Can be used with or without remote.
    Includes spools for storing probe wires.

    No negatives that I’ve encountered so far.

  70. Sab H.

    I used these to cook steaks.

    I love how accurate it could be and how fast it reads the Temperature. I think if each probe would have a different color, would be much better to avoid following the wire and see if it is plugged in the number 1 or 2.

    I like my steaks super rare, and following the chart of temperatures, I was a little disappointed, although this is referred to regulations on the country. My steaks were actually more on the medium rare, so next time, I am not allowing that temperature going above 105F.!

    Using the device can be really intuitive and simple, you could not almost have the instructions and decifer how to use it.

  71. A. Fabbri

    Finally going wireless is a big upgrade for my long outdoor smoking sessions.

    Likes:
    – Rugged construction. Unlike some other cheaper ThermPro thermometers, this one appears to be much more rugged and built to last. Time will tell, of course, and I’ll update this review if it doesn’t hold up.
    – Dual probe is nice for larger cuts or cooking multiple items at once.
    – Good wireless range.
    – Clear displays with backlights are easy to read.
    – Pretty simple to use in basic “show me the temp” or “beep when its done” modes.

    Dislikes:
    – Minor nit: Some of the extra features are not obvious how to use without reading instructions.

    Overall I’m very happy with this wireless thermometer so far.

  72. Lauren Kenny

    I got this for my husband for Christmas. We’ve used a lot of thermometers and this one is way more sturdy. We love the WiFi feature!

  73. Josh Crockett

    Works great and easy to set timers. However, it would be nice if it included a pot clip so it could used easier for candy making. The clip included doesn’t clip on the side of pot.

  74. Amy S.

    Easy to set up, Easy to hook up, Used it last night for the first time while smoking meatloaf, worked perfectly. The alarms are worth the extra money over the 20

  75. Jerry S.

    This ThermoPro TP28 does “NOT” have a 500 foot range. I lost my range less than 100 feet from my smoker. If I would have know that I would have never made the purchase. As an FYI the internal temperature feature works in reverse of others I have used. It reads how many degrees are left to reach the temp requested. Product is very well made, just wished I would have known that the range is a false statement.

  76. Bob from Accounting

    I just used this for the first time in my smoker, it was great for telling me the ambient temp, and I love that I could take the receiver to the other end of the house while I work. However, after not too long, the receiver would beep a lot, and power down. In 3 hours I had to go back to the smoker and get the receiver to re-sync with the main unit.

    I’ll plan to update as my testing continues.

  77. Jon N

    Probes overheated. Customer service is great though and replaced right away. For some reason I can’t seem to reset the settings to base/default after use. Distance receiver is good through several house walls. However it is not a continuous real time synch with the transmitter. I think it’s like every minute or so , or whenever you press the synch button. There is a 30 degree difference (lower) in ambient temp inside my kamado and the grille’s own gauge, but in other threads, this seems to be the norm because of probe placement (on top grate where the built in gauge is on the dome of the smoker). The probes did pass the boiling water and ice temp tests. One probe went over the max heat limit (which I set too low at 450) and hit the HHH error. Since then it wouldn’t work – thus the replacement. If this seems to be a continuous problem (not resetting after hitting HHH) with probes then I will update this later.

  78. Greg

    Temperature 12 degrees off

  79. T. Crossland

    got to use while using our electric smoker. This is amazing. don’t have to sit and babysit it or constantly run out to check. We found it to be easy to use and accurate. worth every penny.

  80. Dolmanet

    I needed a good thermometer as I started getting into smoking meats. I really like this one because of the accuracy, the range and the display. The only issue that I have with it is that the probes are a little longer than I like. It makes cooking so much easier.

  81. Amy Dru

    Pros:
    1. Comes with long distance reader / wireless transmitter so you don’t have to walk outside to see what temperature you are at.
    2. Materials and quality of unit are exceptional.
    3. Comes with 2 high quality probes.
    4. Easy to use, was able to program it for my desired temperatures without the instructions so it is very intuitive.
    5. Has a bunch of pre-made settings.
    6. Able to change the alert method between none, vibrate, buzzer and both.

    Cons:
    1. none so far, I am very happy with this purchase. May have been nice to have a holder for all the stuff.

  82. Amy

    This meat thermometer is accurate, but build quality is not the greatest and for price point I would expect a solid construction. Below is a list of pros and cons:

    Pros:
    Easy to read screen with great lighting
    Great visible color, size and shape of each unit
    Connectivity is good

    Cons:
    Build quality could be better. Magnet fell off on the back so I can’t hang it up anymore
    One of the temp prongs malfunctioned

    This is an okay product and is definitely accurate, but it needs so tweaking. Maybe I just got a faulty unit, but I can’t give 5 stars. If I repurchase at this price point, II would probably buy a different unit that connects to my phone.

  83. Joseph J. Carter

    I really like this thermometer. It is very easy to use and pair with the base. It is easy to select the doneness of the meat for each probe. That has been incredibly helpful when cooking steaks. I tested it against my other thermometer and the temperature for both probes was accurate. There are many ways use whether propping up, attaching it to a surface via magnet or clipping to your belt. I also like that the probes have a plastic piece that helps you store it without the wires becoming a mess.

    Pros:
    Very easy to use
    Dual probes which can have different temp settings
    Rugged
    You can step away from the stove or grill and atill monitor
    Probes are accurate

    Cons
    None so far

  84. Shane O. Laake

    I’ve used Maverick wireless thermometers, Weber’s iGrill setups, and many generics. I’ll say that the biggest competition for this is the generics (sometimes price does win out). If you’re not going for the cheapest solution, get this.

    This setup just works. It works every time. It works without any hassles. It doesn’t require pairing, Bluetooth, or apps. This won’t become defunct when that app becomes unsupported or ask for all sorts of permissions to your data. It’s just a thermometer, a display, and a wireless display.

    The thermometer probes yield consistent results (between each other and my previous ThermoPro probes. This is unlike my iGrill where half my probes vary by 8-10 degrees F. The range is superb (I never got anywhere near the range limit, but I did throw several walls in between with no issues.

    Compared the other units (including cheaper generics), I think the reliable temperatures, easy to use controls, and availability of ThermoPro replacement bits makes this a winner. As an added bonus, I like the fact that the probes can be used for whatever. I have twice as many Web iGrill probes as I need due to the separate pit and food probes. None of that nonsense here.

  85. A reader, a crafter, a gardener and cook

    As an oven thermometer, I’m on the fence with this one. it has a clip to clip onto the rack (photo 2) and it did stay up and off the wires and bottom of the oven.

    The magnet on the back of the remote fell off first time I used it (photo 1). I used some E6000 and glued it back in.

    I’m older and my vision is getting worse and the window in my oven door is getting harder and harder to see through. I needed an oven thermometer that I could see, preferably one that sat outside my oven so I don’t have to keep opening the door and lowering the temperature to check the temperature. I cannot see through the oven door to read the ones that sit on the racks and opening the door to squint at them lowers the temperature. I tried another digital one that said it would do oven temps but it did not as the probe must be inserted into foods.

    Why, when the nation is getting older, are there no such things as digital oven thermometers for bakers???!!! Come on manufacturers, this is needed!

    It wasn’t all that good at reading baking temps. When the heating elements came on, of course, the temperature would go sky high. Despite this having so many options and features you have to read the instructions to figure them all out, there is no option for an “average” temperature over a period of time, so it was very hard to use for baking due to this.

    I would not recommend spending this amount of money just for the oven aspect.

    I don’t understand why they simply couldn’t have added the option for bakers wanting this for oven use, an option to give the average temp over the course of a baking item’s time.

  86. Off-Grid Family

    This is definitely a step up from my last 2 standard digital probe thermometers. I had one from IKEA that started to malfunction after about 6 months of regular use. The next I had was the base model Thermpro that I used and abused for a few years before I saw this one and decided to upgrade.

    This beast has 2 separate displays in case you are cooking 2 meats at once. This works if you are cooking 2 roasts or portions of meat that are the same or 2 totally different things. The settings are separate and can each be set independently for any type of meat, or just to a specific temperature if you are using them for something that isn’t meat.

    The design seems to be larger and more rugged looking than my other model. It also comes with a remote monitor, which mirrors the main display (that has the probes plugged into it) from other rooms or even outside the house. This means it will notify you when your meat is at temperature even if you are in another room, outside gardening, or if you are inside and using the probes outside in your grill or smoker. This allows you to relax a bit instead of constantly checking it and causing temperature fluctuations in the oven or grill. This means the cooking will happen a bit faster without you worrying you will burn something. It offers peace of mind and up to 2 types of food will be cooked perfectly with a lot less stress. So far I love this thing. It’s super useful for getting other things done while you are cooking without stressing that you will screw it up.

  87. Bill M.

    I’ve had several wireless cooking thermometers over the years, and I’ve even had a ThermoPro wireless cooking thermometer before (TP07), and to date, this is the best wireless thermometer I’ve owned. In my opinion ThermoPro got this one right. It’s a pleasure to use. I like it a lot.

    Using this wireless thermometer is as simple as can be. Simply insert probe 1 into your meat, turn the transmitter and receiver on, select what you’re cooking, set the doneness level of the meat, and that’s it, you’re pretty much good to go. And, of course, you can setup probe 2 to monitor the temperature of a second item or piece of meat if you wish.

    I became interested in this wireless thermometer primarily because of the shortcomings of my previous thermometers. And the main shortcoming for me has been the wireless range. The manufacture’s stated ranges are, of course, their achieved ranges under ideal conditions, not typical conditions. Consequently, none of the thermometers until this one would send a reliable signal to every room in my house. My home office is the farthest room from my barbecue and smoker, and this is the first wireless thermometer that actually keeps its wireless connection while in my office.

    Additionally, I think this type of wireless thermometer is far better than the Bluetooth/smartphone thermometers. And that’s because it gives you an always-on display unit/receiver. You can get the current temperature of your meat with a mere passing glance at the receiver. That’s simply not the case with Bluetooth/smartphone thermometers, and that’s a really big negative in my book.

    So, if you’re looking for a wireless cooking thermometer, this is the first one that I can wholeheartedly recommend. It feels beefy and well built, it’s super easy to use, and the useable range in real world conditions is excellent. ThermoPro nailed this one in my opinion. I’m very happy with it. I recommend it.

    If you have any questions about this ThermoPro dual probe wireless thermometer, please feel free to ask, and I’ll try my best to answer. I hope you found this review helpful.

  88. Hairy Potter

    I have a pellet grill that has two temperature probes. I ordered this meat thermometer so that I would have a separate temperature system that I could use in conjunction with the grill’s probes to ensure that I was getting proper temperature readings when I was grilling. I really like this thermometer. I could tell when taking it out of the packaging that it is well-built. It is not a lightweight thermometer like others that I have owned. The probes are high quality and have long leads. The thermometer is loaded with features, and it has a claimed transmitting range of 500 feet, which is quite a long distance for a digital thermometer.

    The kit comes with a transmitter, a receiver, two probes, a grill clip, four batteries, and a manual. The probes come with a probe winder that keeps them organized when not being used. The grill clip is used to hold one of the probes in position off the grill to track the grill temperature, rather than the meat’s temperature.

    The manual is detailed and provides all of the information needed to use the device, except for adequate information on how to insert the batteries into the receiver. The manual shows the location of the battery compartment for the transmitter, but not for the receiver. Unfortunately, it is not clear just by looking at the back of the receiver where the battery compartment is and how to open it. I initially did not want to start prying on anything for fear of breaking something, but I eventually was able to pry open a latch that revealed the battery compartment. This latch opens from the very top of the back of the receiver.

    Before its first use, I followed ThermoPro’s online procedure for checking the calibration of the thermometer. This is not a required, or even suggested, procedure; I just wanted to check. The results showed that both probe’s calibration was spot on. I also tested the probes in boiling water. Taking into consideration the altitude adjusted boiling temperature at my home, they were again spot on. If you repeat the boiling test, keep in mind that unless you are at sea level, the actual boiling temperature decreases with an increase in altitude. With these test results I have great confidence in this thermometer’s accuracy.

    The two probes can be independently programmed. They can both be set to measure the same type of meat and doneness, or different meats, or different doneness, or one probe can measure meat and the other the grill’s internal temperature. The thermometer’s programming has preset temperatures for various meats and doneness that can be set or, if desired, overridden. The device will alert you when the temperature reaches the set point.
    You can set a minimum and/or maximum temperature that, if exceeded, will also issue an alert. This is a good feature for monitoring grill temperature during long cooks. A count up/down timer feature is also included.

  89. Donald Young

    Very easy to use

  90. Paul Fynes

    Fast service (am in NZ) good product and fair price.

  91. Richard J.

    Just what I was looking for.

  92. jeri

    Perfect grilling experience

  93. Carl Parnell

    There is nothing that I dislike about this product.

  94. daniel gillespie

    The ease of use . Showed my cronies and they agree great for keeping an eye on Temps for a novice smoker

  95. herman rotter

    Really hard to set up. Not easy to ise

  96. Brian Crawford

    Easy to use, very happy with the device. As mentioned elsewhere, the probes are long and can be too big for some meats, but not a major drawback.

  97. Linda Jost

    Got this for my husband for Christmas. He could not wait until Christmas to use it. It works great for cooking meat outside. You can keep track of the meat temp without standing over the grill

  98. Suzanne Starr

    Very quality product! The temp was accurate an wireless range was just right for us!

  99. Gregfred

    Gave as gift. Wish I had kept for myself

  100. Mary K Ely

    We use this on a Masterbuilt Electric Smoker. The smoker had a smart phone connection that worked one
    time. I like this feature so I can view the cooking process.

  101. awesome

    Quality equipment and lots of control over hi and low temps as well as alarms.

  102. Carlos D. Herd

    Cooked steaks to medium and medium rare. The preset temperature for the probes helped cook the steaks perfect. And the unit is pretty easy to use.

  103. Brian

    Good product. I did find that the probes are a little on the long side, gave me troubles using in my smoker box due to limited space. No problem with probes in the oven or bbq. I like using the second probe as an ambient temp monitor.

  104. brett

    Great product. Properly cooked steak is much better!

  105. Cindy Bloomquist

    Husband loves it. Doesn’t have to run out to grill to check temperature constantly

  106. Consumer

    Broke the first time I used it. The plug in for probe 1 somehow slipped all the way into the unit. Don’t waste your money

  107. NikNak

    Perfect

  108. Mike Thompson

    New Green Egg owner. ThermoPro TP28 is durable and gives you confidence.

  109. grammie

    Purchased as gift for avid griller. Looks great, prompt Shipping.

  110. Douglas Leavitt

    Bought this for my propane smoker. It works great. The magnets on the transmitter and receiver make it easy to place anywhere. It can do a lot, so be sure to keep the instruction manual handy until you get used to how it works. It really needs a storage case though to keep it all organized when not in use.

  111. Anthony Hyjer

    Incredibly accurate and easy to use, heck yeah!

  112. mamba82

    I cooked two tri tips on an open flame grill. Set the temp to beef setting, and I’ve never had a more perfectly cooked meat before. This tool nailed the cook temp accuracy!! Love this.

  113. Chuck

    Accurate and works as designed.

  114. LostMC

    Over all I like it but it doesn’t seem to read the same as my probes on my smoker.

  115. dahendry

    this one the best things i have bought for grilling

  116. CfC

    Very accurate and the remote always syncs with the base and the range is excellent

  117. Randy E Carmichael Sr

    Just used once still trying to figure it out. Should be nice to use when I get it to work properly

  118. Avid Reader

    I use this with my Kamado grill when doing long smokes. Very accurate and easy to set up for different cooking scenarios.

  119. G. Trear

    Are used to buy Bluetooth I grill units that hardly ever worked and we’re very fussy this thing is bulletproof works every time I absolutely love it and I barbecue about four times a week

  120. Steve

    Easy setup, performed flawlessly right out of the box for 26 hours straight
    Pulled Pork was so juicy I could stick my finger right into the meat.
    Definitely reccomend

  121. Debra

    This is so EASY TO USE and ACCURATE..GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY..Don’t miss this one..

  122. Ralph Valenzuela

    I love this remote wireless thermometer. Totally takes the guess work out of barbequing.

  123. Django Fett

    I looked at a number of devices before selecting this one. There were some with Internet connectivity but I don’t typically leave home with the fire burning. This fully met my needs.

    Pointer: the recommended temperature for Pork is now lower than the default of the device. Very easy to modify, so a non-issue.

  124. Rico

    I am so impressed with the bluetooth connection of this thermometer. I can monitor my grill that’s at the detached garage while i’m in the basement. Couldn’t be happier

  125. HPK

    I used both probs and checked them with two other thermometer that I know to be on the money they were all showing the same reading!! The range on the unit works great at 450 feet!

  126. Knobby-Camp

    Easy to use, checked against my high-end HVAC meters and within 2 degrees, both high and low. Certainly accurate enough for cooking, by a sight!!! If a two-probe will suffice, this is certainly nice.

  127. Bill H

    Works as intended, seems pretty accurate. I’ve been able to receive the signal at the remote from over 50 feet with no physical obstructions in the signal path. And I can receive the signal from the grill on the deck to the kitchen and den in the house.

  128. Ken Shaw

    This device has a lot of features for the person that does not want to keep a close eye on the temperature. For me it is not what I want since I want to know exactly what the temp currently is inside my grill without setting ranges and then have this device beep at me when it hit the low or the high value. And yes it states that you can set it to measure the ambient temperature inside your smoker, but this again is done in ranges and to know the temp you have to use math to subtract from the high temp setting. I will replace with something cheaper…

  129. Jason Cheers

    Works great so far, I don’t use the remote though, I like to sit by my grill or smoker and have a few beers

  130. go fly!

    Overall it works. I probably would have spent money on a unit that has an app. The small unit does not chime to let you know the food is done, only the outdoor unit does. The distance to keep the two units separated is closer to 15ft not what the manufacturer claims.

  131. Cliff Geiger

    Well built, but main unit is now outside and that kinda stinks.

    Functions easier to access

    No case available which is really disappointing

  132. Joe H

    TP28 Thermpro got this for Christmas only used it once so far for a prime rib in the oven. Worked great in the oven, prime rib came out perfect. Can wait to use it in my smoker and try out the “monitor bbq temp” feature. The probes are a bit long at 6.5 inches, I will be looking to purchase shorter probes. I will update my review once I have a chance to use it a bit more.

  133. The Fischers

    Right out of the box it was very easy to set up and use. It provided good range and temperature accuracy. In my case the distance was about 75 feet between the smoker and my kitchen inside. I like that I can monitor the grill/smoker temp as well as the protein being cooked. The alarms are nice and loud so you won’t miss what temp your shooting for. Overall I’m glad I made this purchase.

  134. Kancop

    This is an improvement from other Thermo Pro products in that it has a longer Range!

    The quality of the build is good, it can take a beating and it is accurate on Temps.

    The TP product line has been my goto for years. You can not go wrong!

  135. Charles W. Andrews

    Awesome unit – much better than Bluetooth.

    I had a Weber Bluetooth unit and it was just about worthless. Any more than 10 or 15 feet away, and it lost connection.

    This unit, however works without interruption through the house and into the basement on the other side.

    Perfectly accurate, out of the box.

  136. Sceth

    You know that sound that Tim The Tool Man Taylor made on his show when he got a new tool that he really liked. This thing is so awesome that it will make you make the same sound. Buy it. The only thing is that both probes are pointed. I wish one them was rounded. Not a deal breaker. I like the probe holder. The feel is great. Display is bright. Easy to figure out how to use it especially if you’re like me and hate to read the instructions first.

  137. Lisa S

    I purchased the TP28 to replace an inexpensive bluetooth thermometer received (and returned) as a Christmas gift. The bluetooth thermometer continually would have issues connecting to the app, even when I was standing right next to it – essentially unusable. On top of that, the button cell battery died after only a few hours of use.

    Enter the TP-28. This thing is everything the other thermometer was not. 1: Simple (no buggy app to install or deal with) – and 2: reliable (never once had an issue with the receive not picking up the signal from the transmitter). I didn’t test whether the 500ft claim is truly accurate, but I did take the transmitter all over the house without any trouble picking up the transmitter.

    As for accuracy, I checked both probes multiple times (before and after my cook) and the one probe was spot on (212 degrees in boiling water) and the other initially read 211 (but later read 212 on my 2nd test).

    A few minor improvements I’d love to see added in a future version:

    1) I wanted to see what would happen if the transmitter dies, so I tried turning it off as well as removing the batteries to simulate the batteries in the transmitter dying. Unfortunately, nothing happened on the receiver except an indicator that flashes when data is received stopped flashing. Digging through the manual, it looks like there’s an alarm after 30 minutes. For me, this delay is way too long. I’d rather have it be as short as 1 minute to ensure the grill doesn’t change outside the set temp range and I don’t get notified. It would be nice if this delay was user-configurable. I’d like to be able to use this thermometer overnight for long smoke sessions, and not knowing for 30 minutes if the transmitter battery dies is a bit concerning due to the possibility of the grill temp going outside the target range.

    2) no way to disable beep when buttons pressed. When you’re messing w/ programming the transmitter before starting a cook, all the beeping can get annoying every time you press a button. I wish there was a way to disable the beeping, as you can see the display change when you press a button (so no need for an audio cue as well)

    3) I think the transmitter’s alarm only has two settings: flashing the backlight and beeping. I wish there was another option: off. When smoking overnight, it’s nice to have the outdoor alarm be silent, so it’s not making noise that could disrupt people sleeping in earshot of transmitter. It would also be nice to not have the flashing backlight unnecessarily wear down the battery.

    These issues are fairly minor, and overall this is an outstanding product. I don’t know how I’ve gone so long without such a device, but thanks to the TP-28, never again!

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Product Comparison

 
 
Product Info
ThermoPro TP28 Wireless Meat Thermometer

ThermoPro TP28

ThermoPro TP08S

ThermoPro TP25

ThermoPro TP27 Long Range Wireless Meat Smoker Thermometer

ThermoPro TP27

Price $69.99 $69.99 $39.99 $39.99 $59.99 $59.99 $79.99 $79.99
Rating
Availability In stock In stock In stock In stock
Backlight display Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bluetooth No No Yes No
Calibration feature No No - No
High low temperature alarms Both Both Both Both
Mobile app No No Yes No
Preset temperature options Yes No Yes No
Probe quantity 2 2 4 4
Range 500ft 300ft 500ft 500ft
Remote Yes Yes Yes Yes
Taste settings Yes No Yes No
Timer Yes Yes Yes Yes
Waterproof Not Waterproof Not Waterproof Not Waterproof Not Waterproof

SPECS

Wireless Range: 500ft

Temperature Range:  14˚F to 572˚F (-10˚C to 300˚C)
Accuracy: ±1.8˚F (±1.0˚C) from 14 to 212°F (-10 to 100°C), otherwise ±2%
Resolution: 1° C/F
Response Time: 4 seconds Refresh rate
Probe Dimensions: 8″ Probe Length; 40″ Cable Length
Display Dimensions:
Receiver: LCD, 2 1⁄16 Length x  1 1⁄8 Width inches (52.0L x 29.5W mm)

Transmitter: LCD, 2 1⁄2 Length x 2 7⁄16 Width inches (63.0L x 62.0W mm)
Product Dimensions:
Receiver: 3 1⁄8 Length x 3 1⁄8 Width x 1 1⁄2 Height inches (79.0L x 79.0W x 39.0H mm)

Transmitter: 5 1⁄8 Length x  3 13⁄16 Width x 1 1⁄4 Height inches (130.0L x 97.0W x 31.0H mm)
Battery Type/Life: Receiver 3.0V (2 x AAA Batteries); Transmitter 3.0V (2 x AAA Batteries)
Water Resistance: N/A
Warranty: 3 Years

FAQ's

Q: What is this difference between the TP27 and TP28?
A: The TP27 is a 4 probe device and the TP28 is a 2 probe device.

Q: Does this have both high and low temperature alarms?
A: Yes, it does.

Q: What is the warranty?
A: 3 years

Q: Is this waterproof?
A: No, it is not. 

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