There are at least 2 reasons why you need to make a separate purchase of the best grill thermometer on the market. One, your grill’s built-in temperature gauge may no longer be reliable. If you don’t think it’s giving you accurate readings, then it’s time to get a thermometer. Two, your grill may not have a built-in thermometer.
There are different types of grill thermometers on the market. Some are analog, and some have wireless capabilities. Some come with a free app to let you control them using your smartphone. With the app, you’ll get different types of notification and information regarding the grilling process. Examples of info displayed are current and target temperature and timer.
What’s the best grill thermometer with app? Here, we list down our top picks.
Uvistare BBQ Meat Thermometer
This meat thermometer from Uvistare has a Bluetooth range of 164 feet, which means you can still do some tasks at the other end of your house without having to worry about your meat.
There’s an overheating alert that notifies you through your smartphone if it comes to that. And all the readings are in real-time status.
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Silipower Wireless Meat Thermometer
This wireless meat thermometer with app comes with 6 probes which allows you to monitor 6 types of meat at one time. The probe is made of stainless steel that can withstand up to 720 degree Fahrenheit of heat, has a BPA-free silicon handle that can withstand up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, and has a 48-inch stainless steel mesh cable.
Aside from wireless monitoring through an app on your smartphone, this grill thermometer has 11 pre-set temperature programs to choose from, which targets different types of meat (beef, veal, chicken, pork, fish…).
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The Inkbird IBT-4XS looks like a wifi stick. It comes with an easy-to-read digital display and adopts a so-called magnetic design. The LED display can be rotated by simply double-touching the power key.
Aside from those features, this grill thermometer comes with a built-in 1000mAh lithium battery that can last up to 60 hours. The battery capacity can also be monitored through the app.
Oprol Bluetooth Meat Thermometer
The Oprol meat thermometer has been described by the brand as having an “amazing remote range” of up to 196 feet when you’re cooking outdoors. It also allows 6 probes at a time, so you can cook a variety of food in no time.