Relax – monitoring the bbq has gone remote

Wireless Thermometer - large

Now you can enjoy your beverage and company without jumping up and down to check on the barbecue. And keeping that lid closed might just help keep your grilling adventures on track.

New to Sobies for 2014 is the ET732 Remote, Wireless Thermometer. Check out what this handy little unit can do for you:

  • Monitor internal temperature of meat from 300 feet away; wireless receiver with LCD beeps and flashes when meat temperature goes above your programmed temperature
  • Monitor the barbecue temperature; receiver beeps and flashes if temperature falls above or below your programmed range
  • Receiver displays barbecue temperature up to 572 farenheit
  • Count up and Count down timer
  • LCD of receiver has back light for use at night

This makes a great, affordable gift.

3 Responses to “Relax – monitoring the bbq has gone remote”

  1. Jane Magee

    Do you carry outdoor kitchen islands with just drawers, cupboard space and counter top, no BBQ?
    We would like to keep our BBQ a separate unit.
    Thank you in advance.

  2. Febian

    You can get modules but you have to do your homework of measuring your grill if will fit the opening. Most counter tops islands are grill specific. Or you can get the closest and do your modifications to fit. What brand of grill do you have and let us start from there.
    Thanks for your interest.

  3. Harriet Kerzner

    I am looking for an oven thermometer for an electric convection oven. I currently have 2, but they don’t agree with each other nor with the oven’s temperature reading. Do you carry such an item,, or do you know where I can get one that really works? I am desperate, because I am always jumping up and down to see if my cakes, etc., are ready or overdone. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.


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