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Best Smart Wireless Meat Thermometers for Cooks at Any Level

Whether you are cooking in a smart kitchen or outside with a grill, here are the best smart wireless meat thermometers that will help you keep an eye on your meat from anywhere no matter how good a cook you might be.

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Smart wireless meat thermometers are designed to help even the novice chef cook meat to perfection. These smart cooking devices are easy to set up and use. Just insert them into the meat, and their app will guide you to cook your meat perfectly. However, after testing these smart meat thermometers, not all smart meat thermometers are equal. For instance, some work on Bluetooth, while others use your home Wi-Fi network to monitor your meat. Some smart wireless meat thermometers have two sensors, and others have more. So, here is our list of the best smart wireless meat thermometers we recommend for chefs on all levels to monitor and cook their meats at home. Whether it’s a pan, oven, smoker, or outdoor charcoal grill, these smart devices will help you flawlessly cook a steak, pork chops, chicken breast, and even salmon to your desired temperature.

The MeatStick 4X

A photo of The MeatStick 4X  smart wireless meat thermometerThe MeatStick 4X Smart Wireless Meat Thermometer in charging station.GearBrain

Many smart wireless meat thermometers come with one or maybe two temperature sensors that are used to ensure you never overcook your meat. The MeatStick 4X is the first smart wireless meat thermometer with 4 sensors – one in the ceramic handle and three in its stainless-steel probe. When you combine these 4 sensors with MeatStick’s TruTemp technology, the MeatStick 4X can precisely detect the lowest internal temperature of the meat.

The MeatStick 4X uses its patented Dual-Shell design to allow the meat thermometer to withstand heat up to 572 degrees F and is dishwasher safe. It also connects to its free app via Bluetooth using the company’s Xtender technology. This technology can transmit a Bluetooth signal up to 650 feet outdoors or 164 feet inside. And if you want unlimited range, you can easily add MeatStick Wi-Fi Bridge, which can link up to 8 sticks to the company’s cloud. This helps you see real-time temperatures from anywhere via the Internet.

The MeatStick 4X comes with a stick and a 4X charger. The cost is $124.99 and is available on the company site. Also, MeatStick 4X works with ovens, air fryers, stove tops, smokers, grills, sous vide, and even deep fryers.

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Meater Plus Smart Wireless Meat Thermometer

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Meater Plus is a smart cooking thermometer that comes in a wooden block that acts as a holder and charging station. It runs on AAA batteries and pairs with your smartphone via a home Wi-Fi network. And just like the MeatStick 4X, Meater+ has a Bluetooth repeater built-in to the charging station, which helps increase the stick’s range up to 165 feet. And if you need more range, users can use a second smart device, like a tablet or second smartphone to connect Meater Link Wi-Fi and Meater Cloud to their home Wi-Fi network. This will allow you to cook anywhere as well as connect to Amazon Alexa-enabled devices as well as your Apple Watch.

Meater Plus has two sensors and one probe. It can monitor internal meat temperatures up to 212 degrees F and ambient/external temperatures up to 527 degrees F. And it is dishwasher safe. The smart meat thermometer has a guided cook system that will walk you through every step of the cooking process to guarantee your desired results. And you can use any cooker, including smokers, kettle grills, gas grills, kamado, ovens, and rotisseries.

Meater Plus with Bluetooth Repeater costs $109.95 and comes in Brown Sugar, Honey, and Cherry. The company also offers Meater Block, which is 4 Meater Plus probes and a wooden charging station for $349.95, as well as a bunch of accessories that are bundled together on their site. You can also buy Meater Plus on Amazon.

Read our full review of the Meater Smart Meat Thermometer on GearBrain.

Read our full review of Meater Block on GearBrain.

Yummly Smart Meat Thermometer

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Yummly Smart Thermometer is a smart wireless meat thermometer for ovens, grills, stovetops, and smokers. It uses the Yummly app to provide cooking assistance, timers, and alerts to ensure you get the best results each time. The smart wireless meat thermometer has a range of up to 150 feet using a Bluetooth connection and uses two sensors to measure in real-time the food and over temperatures.

Yummly’s smart meat thermometer has a charging dock, extractor, and 2 AAA batteries. The thermometer has an integrated rechargeable battery that can last up to 25 hours. You need 60 minutes to get a full charge from the charging dock, which also acts as an extender. It can communicate with your Yummly app via Bluetooth to keep you informed throughout the cooking process. And yes, the Yummly app is available for both iOS and Android devices.

Speaking for the Yummly app is unlike other smart wireless meat thermometer apps. Yes, it will help you monitor your meat, but it can also double as a cooking app. It’s free and provides access to tons of valuable recipes you can use for your Yummly smart thermometer. But make sure when you are done cooking not to put your Yummly device in the dishwasher. It’s not dishwasher safe, and you need to use a damp, soapy cloth to wipe it clean and another soft cloth to dry it immediately.

Yummly Smart Thermometer is the cheapest of them all. It costs only $99.99 and is available on the company’s website and on Amazon.

Read our full review of the Yummly Smart Meat Thermometer on GearBrain.

Gornel Digital Wireless Meat Thermometer

a photo of Gornel Digital Wireless meat thermomet with two probes and signal boosterGornel Digital Wireless Meat Thermometer comes with two probes and signal booster to help cook your meat perfectly every time.Amazon

Gornel is unlike the other smart wireless meat thermometers on our list. This smart device is more of a connected device that falls into the “digital wireless meat thermometer” category, with many more players. And it is for the cooks who don’t need that much guidance but want perfect meat cooking results.

Digital wireless meat thermometers don’t connect to your smartphone. They come with a digital display that guides you through the cooking process. Gornel’s meat thermometer comes with a “display host” that connects with the two supplied meat sensors or probes through a signal booster, which is also included. This setup provides users with a 300-foot cooking range, which is helpful if your BBQ setup is far from home.

Since digital meat thermometers don’t connect to your smartphone, no apps guide you through the cooking process. However, some digital meat thermometers do come with pre-programmed temperatures and functions to help you. Gornel has pre-programmed functions based on different meats. It can easily help cooks prepare beef, lamb, veal, turkey, pork, fish, and more. And works on ovens, grills, and smokers.

Gornel Digital Wireless Meat Thermometer costs $59.99 and is available on Amazon, Walmart, and eBay.

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