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Old 12-07-2017, 01:29 AM   #1
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"Meater" new toy food "hifi"

Hi,

I remember here some delicious conversations about food. I thought something might interest you.


A fun new application for barbecue Masters!

Wireless meat fryer for your phone, you can grill with juice steaks and roasts. Meater pay about 70$


More information


https://store.meater.com/

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I use wireless thermometers regularly. I've often wondered why they don't incorporate the smartphone into the design. I like this concept.

This one looks like a large bore probe to be able to accommodate the AAA battery. I think I'd prefer one with a bulbous end for the battery and a smaller diameter end for the probe. Mine are wired to the transmitter but a much more 'normal' probe diameter.
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A probe type meat thermometer, with dial showing optimum temp for your choice of roast, costs about $10. Mine has outlasted at least 6 phones.
Ok, back into the cave to check the fire under the camping oven.
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I use wireless thermometers regularly. I've often wondered why they don't incorporate the smartphone into the design. I like this concept.

This one looks like a large bore probe to be able to accommodate the AAA battery. I think I'd prefer one with a bulbous end for the battery and a smaller diameter end for the probe. Mine are wired to the transmitter but a much more 'normal' probe diameter.
I do believe if I read it correctly, the AAA battery is contained in the wall mounted storage rack.

Overall, a nice concept. Now let's work on the final dollar figure a bit.
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