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Combustion Inc Wireless thermometer probe by Chris Young


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I'm really interested in this, if it weren't for a painful tax bill I'd probably have ordered already. 

 

Use cases for me are:

 

  • accurate prediction of time to doneness - no idea if this is true till we use it. But if it is, that's massive.  And with the multiple sensors its plausible it will be
  • being able to use in situations where my wired probes (also thermoworks @JoNorvelleWalker) aren't useful - eg sealed in a sous vide bag
  • just being a heck of a lot less messy than the wired setup - admittedly an ultra first world problem but this could replace 2-3 probes, their wires, my thermoworks signals unit and just work right out of the drawer: grab a piece of meat, stick it with the probe and I've got ambient, surface and core temperature monitoring instantly.  That really speaks to my OCD, I can't stand the tangled wires!

 

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2 hours ago, &roid said:

 That really speaks to my OCD, I can't stand the tangled wires!

 

 

The wires on my probes.... they are flat metal and ouch they can hurt... I won't miss that at all!!!!

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