ThermoPro TP-08 Digital Wireless Thermometer dual temperature Review

• Digital Thermometer Product Description:
The ThermoPro TP-08 is a dual probe Digital Wireless thermometer that allows you to accurately cook by monitoring both your meat and oven temperature remotely from 300 feet away. Stop getting up and sitting back down to check on your meat and just await the TP-08’s alarm when your meat is cooked to perfection or when the BBQ/OVEN/SMOKER is at your set temperature range. Find yourself using the same temperature for a few recipes? No worries, the TP-08 stores both temperature settings and timer settings. This unit has a backlit LCD display that’s easy to view in low light conditions, coupled with a belt clip which allows for complete mobility. If you find yourself sitting down while the meat is on the grill, then you’ll be happy to know the belt clip also doubles as a pull out stand.

• Digital Thermometer Just the Facts:
o Temperature Range: 32˚F to 572˚F (0˚C to 300˚C)
o Battery: 4 AAA batteries
o Temperature Accuracy: ±1.5°F/0.8°C accuracy
o Probe Length: 6″ food grade stainless steel probe and 3″ oven/bbq stainless steel probe
o Cable Length: 40″ stainless steel mesh cable
o Remote Range: Up to 300 feet
o Uses: BBQ, Oven, Smoker, Candy, Meat, Food
o Receiver Display Size: 39×34 mm(1.5×1.3 in)
o Transmitter Display Size: 26×14mm(1×0.55 in)
o Probe and Wire can withstand up to 662˚F (350˚C)
o Large, backlit LCD display
o Set your own temperature settings manually
o Countdown and count up timer
o Alarm
o Celsius/Fahrenheit selector
o Receiver belt clip
o Receiver pullout counter top stand
o Rubber sleeve case
o Transmitter has wire to either hook on oven door or use as a stand
o Lost link alert
o Receiver will flash and beep when meat temperature goes above your programmed temperature
o Receiver will flash and beep when oven temperature goes above or below your set range
o Timer and temperature settings are saved when unit is powered off


Package Contents:
o 1 x Digital Thermometer Receiver
o 1 x Digital Thermometer Transmitter
o 1 x Food Temperature Probe
o 1 x Oven/BBQ Temperature Probe
o 4 x AAA batteries
o 1 x Manual

My Story:
I have recently decided to become a better meat cook. I started by purchasing 2 items that have really helped me launch into the world of grilling and smoking.
-Traeger Grill
-ThermoPro Digital Meat Thermometer.
I purchased the grill first and was quite happy with the results. The meat flavor was fantastic, but I was unable to meet the needs of my guests: I want rare, I want medium, I want well done…on and on. I was also unable to cook as suggested by the recipes: This meat needs to be cooked at 225 for 2 hours, then 300 for 4 hours.. This other meat needs to be cooked on high 435 degrees.
I was producing good meat, but not nailing it liked I wanted to! So, I did a little research, and purchased the ThermoPro Meat thermometer.
The model I chose provides 2 basic functions: 1: It monitors the heat of the grill. 2: It monitors the meat temperature. In both cases the thermometer can be set to alarm me when it reaches certain guidelines. VERY HELPFUL.
True to the model of reviewing, we have not been kind to this thermometer. I have dropped it off of the table. I have chucked it in the drawer. We have let it sit outside in the cold, and have set it on the heat vent to get is super hot. So far it has kept on ticking.
We have also tested the heat readings against several other devices, and found it to be very accurate across all ranges of temperature. It just works!
My grill / smoker sits about 120 feet from my kitchen. I have had NO issues getting a great signal sent to my house in all weather conditions. Again, it just works.
The TermoPro Meat Thermometer has made me a better smoker, and griller. Thanks ThermoPro, we call this a strong buy, and love the product.

What they could do better:
We will update this if we come up with anything. We are pretty basic grillers, and this does the job

  • Functionality
  • Value
  • Ergonomics
  • Durability

One Response

  1. Avatar for John John February 13, 2016