ThermoPro TP20 Wireless Remote Digital Thermometer Review
When buying a probe thermometer, you’re looking for an assistant, a companion to let you know when your food has arrived. The thermometer has to be accurate. It must give you the correct information or else you’ll have a charred mess in your hands. What about portability? Of course that’s mandatory. This handy little device should be able to effortlessly sit next to the grill without causing a stir. Its probe must penetrate the food with ease. And one thermometer that checks all those boxes is the ThermoPro TP20 Wireless Remote Digital Thermometer. It’s a bright and colorful little device that seems rather playful. But don’t be mistaken, this ThermoPro thermometer is an avid worker.
ThermoPro TP20 Wireless Remote Digital Thermometer Overview
This product is a sleek combination of two sleek orange devices, one is the Digital Thermometer Receiver, the other is the Transmitter. With a diameter of just 6 inches and weighing in at 12 ounces, it sits loyally by the grill. The thermometer is equipped with dual-probe technology and you have the option of using two meat probes for reading the internal temperature of two different meats. That's neat!
For $59.99 you’ll have this little device standing next to your grill.
ThermoPro TP20 Wireless Remote Digital Thermometer Style and Design
Don’t worry about having to endure some sort of rocket science to learn to use this thermometer. It’s as easy as breathing. The device works right out of the box. You put in the batteries and turn each of the units on, plug in the probes, and voila, it works!
Remember that there are two probes on this device for two separate uses. They are be used simultaneously and the receiver will clearly display both temperatures! The length of the probes are 6.5" and are made of food grade stainless steel. The device has a remote range of up to 300 feet, though I can't imagine you'd be cooking your meats that far away.
One of the big positives for the ThermPro is that there is no syncing required between the devices. There is an alarm alert for programmed temperatures or a timer. There is also a countdown and countup timer option with different time duration. The monitors are also splash proof and comes with a handy top stand and belt clip.
Okay, what powers the thermometer? It uses four AAA batteries that offer up to 6 months of life. That’s much isn’t it? This, however, depends on how often you use the alarm as well. Generally, you should squeeze out about one year of use without having to worry about replacing the batteries.
With this ThermoPro thermometer, what you have is a versatile device. Some may think that it can only be used when grilling but no. You can also assign it when baking, roasting, smoking, making candy, the list goes on. It does the work perfectly each time.
ThermoPro TP20 Wireless Remote Digital Thermometer Pros and Cons
- This is a small and portable device that doesn’t take any space at all. Wherever you place it, there it’ll sit.
- You can monitor two different meats simultaneously and everything works right out of the box.
- The stand at the back allows you to position it such that the display is clearly visible.
- Finally, using the AAA batteries that give it power for up to 6 months, you don’t have to worry about replacing them quickly.
- The finish of the devices does not look as premium as it should be, but that's the only con I could think of.
ThermoPro TP20 Wireless Remote Digital Thermometer Ratings
This is an outstanding device. It works accurately and you could monitor two meat temperatures at the same time, it simply won’t disappoint. The alarm functionality is excellent and the clear display can be read from a distance. This little ThermoPro device seems to do no wrong and so it earns a neat 5 out of 5.