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Smoke - Wireless BBQ and Smoker Thermometer and Receiver

Smoke - Wireless BBQ and Smoker Thermometer and Receiver


  • Range up to 600m
  • Includes thermometer, receiver and probes
  • Pre-paired with receiver - no configuration required
  • Splash proof sealed design, IP65 rated
  • Dashboard style display shows max/min and hi/low alarms
  • Large backlit displays

Regular price 89,99 € hors taxes
Regular price Sale price 89,99 € hors taxes
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The Smoke BBQ Thermometer was designed for competitive BBQ teams and professional chefs. The Smoke features a rugged housing with molded gaskets for splash protection. Smoke uses Pro Series probes which are interchangeable with probes suitable for Smoke, ChefAlarm® and DOT®

The Smoke accepts two probes, one for the meat and one for the pit and can track each probe independently with adjustable high and low alarms. Probes included.

The Smoke has a wireless range of 600m and the large display digits are visible from a distance and there is a built in backlight for low light conditions.

The Smoke comes pre-paired with the receiver so it works straight out of the box with no setup required between smoke and smoke receiver

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Orders are shipped under one working day.
An order placed on Monday will be shipped on Monday where the tuesday.
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An order placed on Saturday will be shipped on Monday.

Processing time if product not in stock

Orders are shipped under 1 to 3 weeks.

Delivery times of our carriers

MONDIAL RELAY: 3 to 5 days of transport.
DPD: 2 to 3 days of transport.
DHL: 1 shipping day.

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