I am new to smoking. So, as I see this, I can use this to prevent continually opening the smoker to check temps, correct?

asked on March 13, 2016

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Correct. Keep that door closed and use vents to control internal box temperature. This thermometer is extremely accurate, even the Taste (rare, med rare, medium, medium well, well done) seem to be right on to me. I'm using mine right now! Been smoking a pork butt since 9am and at 147 now. About another two hours and it's dinner time!
Kevin Griffin
· March 13, 2016
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Correct! You can set alarms to alert you if temps creep too low or too high as well. Much love for my thermopro. I built my own ugly drum smoker and it really helped me learn to dial it in. Hope mine lasts a very long time but I"d buy another if I needed one.
Pete
· March 14, 2016
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Absolutely. I have my tramsitter outside of the smoker, with the two probes going through the vents into the smoker, and the other in the meat. Then you can carry around the receiver. It will even beep if the temperature gets too hot or cold.
FullyAnimated13
· March 14, 2016
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Correct...but it's tough to overcook when you're smoking unless you've completely lost track of things.
C Palm
· March 14, 2016
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Hello Juliebug,
Yes, you can use this unit for the process you described. It's actually designed for this exact purpose.
Thanks,
i-Tronics

i-Tronics
Seller · March 14, 2016
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Yes.
Amazon Customer
· March 13, 2016
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