Digital Thermometer


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This is the way to go. Perfect results every time. No more wondering if it's done. Whether you BBQ or smoke steak, hamburgers, chicken, veal, turkeys, pork - know when the right temperature has been reached each and every time.

Roast meat lovers will have to have the Barbecue Beeper. Its a digital thermometer that beeps to let you know your roast is cooked to your liking. It doesn't even need to be near the barbecue, you can carry it around on your belt or leave it somewhere handy.

How it works
Suppose you are cooking a roast of tender veal and you like to cook it to medium.
Step 1. Use the select button to scroll through the various meat choices on the digital receiver and select veal. 
Step 2. Scroll throught the cook choices and select medium. The target temperature will be displayed on the digital receiver.
Step 3. Insert the meat probe into your roast. Attach the probes insulated cable into the digital transmitter that is located outside your barbecue. The transmitter sends a signal to the digital receiver. As long as the receiver is withing approximately 100 metres from the barbecue (if you walk out of range the digital receiver will beep) it will display the internal temperature in the centre of the meat. When the meat is nearly cooked, the receiver will beep 4 times. Its now time for you to make the gravy. A short time later the receiver will give a continous beep to show the current temperature has reached the target temperature which indicates your veal is perfectly cooked to medium.

Note: avoid sitting insulated wire on superheated barbecue grill.
Note: both the transmitter and receiver unit have a re-set button under the battery compartment lid. If the receiver is not receiving a signal from the transmitter, you will need to disconnect the probe and re-set both units while 'on' before re-connecting the probe