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    Smoky Okie
    Wed Apr 23, 2008 1:18 pm
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    What an odd post Mama.
    Chuck in Killbuck
    Thu Apr 24, 2008 4:11 pm
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    [quote="Red Apple GuyI've had a couple of probe and wire units (Polder) but just ruined the last one. icon_cry.gif I haven't gone to the wireless remote type yet but may. What's brand do you like? Maverick? other?[/quote]

    May I suggest the Maverick ET-73. I bought one last June for my WSM's amd they work great. They now have 6' cables for a longer reach to tables, etc. When you read the instructions they don't look too user freindy but if you want I can give you a quick summary of how to do it.

    Just goggle ET-73 and check it out. It's worth the time.

    Enjoy the day.
    Smoky Okie
    Thu Apr 24, 2008 5:29 pm
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    I had one of those. The idea of dual probes sounded good but the quality just wasn't there. The range was only about 30' and that was line of sight. When I sent it back for warranty, they returned someone else's used unit to me and it was broken.

    I tried one of these http://www2.oregonscientific.com/shop/product.asp?cid=18&scid=71&pid=763
    and there is no comparison in quality. The range is about 1000 (not 100) feet, the cables are twice as heavy, the probe has a loop in it for easy removal and it does have an alert to let you know if you should happen to stray out of range (unlike the Maverick).

    I'm glad you are enjoying yours, but my experience with both Maverick and the distributor that I bought mine from were among the least favorable that I can recall.
    Chuck in Killbuck
    Thu Apr 24, 2008 6:03 pm
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    Smoky Okie wrote:
    I had one of those. The idea of dual probes sounded good but the quality just wasn't there. The range was only about 30' and that was line of sight. When I sent it back for warranty, they returned someone else's used unit to me and it was broken.

    I tried one of these http://www2.oregonscientific.com/shop/product.asp?cid=18&scid=71&pid=763


    1st off I got the thing in June last year, and in August sometime a little 2 year old who lives next door decided I didn't need the remote portion and promptly got rid of it. So from then until now I just use the direct readout. Still works excellent on all my Q's.

    I just hit your link and I was jarred back into memory that I had been there before. Perhaps from reading a post on another forum.
    I tink I am gonna get one from these guys to try out. I love new gadgets. LOL

    Thanks very much.
    Roger/OH
    Thu Apr 24, 2008 9:46 pm
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    Chuck in Killbuck wrote:
    Smoky Okie wrote:
    I had one of those. The idea of dual probes sounded good but the quality just wasn't there. The range was only about 30' and that was line of sight. When I sent it back for warranty, they returned someone else's used unit to me and it was broken.

    I tried one of these http://www2.oregonscientific.com/shop/product.asp?cid=18&scid=71&pid=763


    1st off I got the thing in June last year, and in August sometime a little 2 year old who lives next door decided I didn't need the remote portion and promptly got rid of it. So from then until now I just use the direct readout. Still works excellent on all my Q's.

    I just hit your link and I was jarred back into memory that I had been there before. Perhaps from reading a post on another forum.
    I tink I am gonna get one from these guys to try out. I love new gadgets. LOL

    Thanks very much.

    Welcome back Smoky Okie.
    Chuck in Killbuck: Been a long time since I have seen one of your posts. Thought you fell off the face of the earth.
    Lookin forward to hearing more from both of you.
    Smoky Okie
    Fri Apr 25, 2008 11:17 am
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    Thanks for the welcome Chuck.

    As some others know, I've been a little busy among other things, starting a new BBQ and outdoor cooking forum. You might enjoy it yourself. If you'd like to visit and or register it can be found at: http://www.theqjoint.com/forum/

    If you want to order an AW-131, you can get one on sale now at their website. If you use the promo code THEQJOINT, you will get another 10 or 15% off the sale price.

    Hope to see you at The Joint.

    Tim
    MTpockets
    Thu May 01, 2008 1:34 am
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    Wow, that's alot of really great information. We have a brand new gas grill that I've only used a few times now. I've cooked with charcoal grills before but never used gas so it's a little new to me. I just figured it was mostly common sense and I'd figure it out as I went but it seems there is alot more to master the art of grilling than I originally thought.

    Thank's for the info!
    Rita~
    Thu May 01, 2008 4:01 pm
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    MTpockets wrote:
    Wow, that's alot of really great information. We have a brand new gas grill that I've only used a few times now. I've cooked with charcoal grills before but never used gas so it's a little new to me. I just figured it was mostly common sense and I'd figure it out as I went but it seems there is alot more to master the art of grilling than I originally thought.

    Thank's for the info!
    Welcome to the grilling forum. Glad to be of help! Happy Grilling!
    Mama's Kitchen (Hope)
    Mon Aug 25, 2008 4:49 pm
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    Smoky Okie
    Mon Aug 25, 2008 4:58 pm
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    How's all my favorite girlfriends been (You too Loren)?

    Long time, no see. Been pretty tied up with The Q Joint and a few other enterprises.

    Any news of interest to share?
    Mama's Kitchen (Hope)
    Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:18 pm
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    Great to see you old pal! Hope everything is going well.

    My old computer blew up! AAAHHHHH So I lost the link to your site.



    Hey, great timing! This guy could use your help!

    http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?p=4049292#4049292


    Wanna pop over and see if you can help ol' Johnny?

    TIA
    Mama's Kitchen (Hope)
    Tue Aug 26, 2008 4:24 pm
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    Smoky Okie wrote:
    How's all my favorite girlfriends been (You too Loren)?

    Long time, no see. Been pretty tied up with The Q Joint and a few other enterprises.

    Any news of interest to share?



    Funny you should ask.....


    Mama's Baby Is All Grown Up!
    moonyluong
    Fri Sep 16, 2011 12:04 am
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    hi, all informations are truly usefull and great[/b][/recipe]
    Rita~
    Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:08 am
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    moonyluong wrote:
    hi, all informations are truly usefull and great[/b][/recipe]
    Why Thank you! Glad to be helpful! Welcome to the forum.
    Smoky Okie
    Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:41 am
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    Welcome to the forum!
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