Remote Monitoring: With this wireless grill meat thermometer, you can spend less time waiting and more time multitasking within a 230ft Bluetooth range, Pull out your phone and check the meat temperatures of your grill, smoker, and oven at any time
Meat Temperature Settings: Govee Home App offers USDA-recommended food temperatures with various doneness levels for foods such as beef, lamb, chicken, pork, turkey, and more, Grill more efficiently, whether you’re a beginner or a professional
Smart Alerts: Avoid the risk of overcooking your food, Once your preset temperature is out of range, your meat thermometer will beep and send an instant notification to your phone via the Govee Home App
Food Grade Probes: Our food grade 304 stainless steel thermometer probes have an accuracy of ±1.8°F/1°C to reliably monitor the doneness of your food (under 302℉) ,*Please remember not to touch the probes immediately after use
Easy to Place: This Bluetooth meat thermometer has a strong magnetic backing and a folding stand to easily set up on the grill, smoker and oven when barbecuing, There is also a large backlight screen to make it easier to read at night
Specification: Govee Bluetooth Meat Thermometer, 230ft Range Wireless Grill Thermometer Remote Monitor with Temperature Probe Digital Grilling Thermometer with…
6.02 x 3.98 x 1.69 inches, 7.37 Ounces
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2 AAA batteries required.
Date First Available
May 11, 2021
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8 reviews for Govee Bluetooth Meat Thermometer, 230ft Range Wireless Grill Thermometer Remote Monitor with Temperature Probe Digital Grilling Thermometer with…
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Govee Bluetooth Meat Thermometer, 230ft Range Wireless Grill Thermometer Remote Monitor with Temperature Probe Digital Grilling Thermometer with…
Ive had 2 others that were much more expensive, Bluetooth wouldn’t connect or simply stopped working. The presets for different meats, temps and ease of use on the app or on the screen itself is great. It’s not 4k graphics on the screen but that’s not a big deal. The distance on the Bluetooth allows you to smoke or grill and go back inside to do other things and see the temp of the meat.
Nt Jones –
At the outset, for what this thermometer costs, it is a super bargain, and I would buy it again. I tested accuracy with boiling water and swirling ice in a cup of water- both at essentially sea level. It read F 210* in the boiling water, and F 34* in the ice water- almost perfect. WAYYYY more accurate than the probes that came with my Pit Boss pellet grill. I can now probe my smoked meat dishes without worrying about getting someone sick, or drying out my cuts.
The bluetooth connection works great, except for one major flaw. The app “disconnects” from the unit anytime the screen shuts off, or you use your phone for a call, or for other apps- hence the 4, instead of 5 star review. This is a particular pain when setting an alarm for a specific temperature. The workaround is using a “keep screen” app that prevents your phone screen from timing out while using it and dedicating your device to strictly using the app-, but that of course is a major battery drain as well as rendering your phone useless for any other use while you are cooking. I just use an old phone since the only data connection you need is wifi for the app, and keep it plugged in. But others might not have that option, so consider this before purchase.
The bottom line is, for $14 (which is what I paid with a $3 “instant coupon”) it is hard to complain considering the accuracy and ease of use. If you can live with the inconvenience of continually re-connecting the device when your phone rings, or the screen times out, or can use an alternate device you can dedicate, then grab this without hesitation.
Rodney Bryan –
Used it 1 time. Now the temp reads 144deg to start. Even if I leave the probe in the freezer. Can’t find anywhere online or at the website to calibrate it. Will never buy their products again. Photo is of probe submerge in ice for 20min
I read some negative reviews on these thermometers which made me wonder how good they were made. As with a lot of reviews they can’t be trusted. I found it when I came across a limited time deal on one that had 4 probes. I only need one probe so I looked into it. I found a single probe one. The price was good and if it did turn out to be junk then I wasn’t losing a lot of money. I have used it twice and it worked good. I’ll be using it tomorrow to cook a couple cornish hens and I expect it to work fine. I already had the app. I have two thermometers connected to it and they also work great. This thermometer connected right away and read correctly on my phone. I like this and for the price you can’t beat it.
UPDATE December 27, 2021
Cooked pork chops in a Ninja Foodi on the Air Crisp setting and used this thermometer set at 165 degrees. When it beeped I checked the temperature with another thermometer and they were right at temperature. I had to press on the lid some to get it to start with the probe wire sticking out of the Ninja Foodi but it worked great. The chops were tender and delicious.
Why on earth does a thermometer need to connect to an Internet site? Worse yet, if they take the site down, or the Great Firewall of China does its thing, all I have is a paperweight. What if they go out of business, or are bought out, and the new owners/managers don’t want to maintain a FREE website for all these thermometers?
Having everything in the world be “smart” and connect to the Internet, and REQUIRE that connectivity to work is not good practices. There’s nothing in the description here providing a warning about that. It is going back.
Rich Stephens –
I have always cooked by timing per the instructions on the packaging and it was always fairly good but seemed a bit dry. Using this I realized I was overcooking as the bird was done 40 minutes before it was scheduled per the instructions. Even after letting it rest for 40 minutes the juice was pouring out of it and the taste was spot on. Best buy of this year.
it just works, turn it on, install the app and once it connects for the first time you just have to launch the app and its connected. the app is good, it could be a little easier to add your own temps, but when you do it once its easy to do it again, they are under the section marked DIY.
Works great for beverages/liquids as well as meat.
the only real downside is the lack of decimal places, even one would have better than none, so its hard to judge how accurate it is because you don’t know if its indicating 100.9 or 100.0.
But I did test is with two other thermometers and it was close usually within a half a degree, but again without decimal places its hard to tell.
these are really minor, app has a tiny portion of the screen for ads and I really mean tiny so its not intrusive. Dont like ads in apps but if I have to have them at least they should be tiny like this.
Wouldn’t mind a paid version of the app that had zero ads though.
And this is really very minor, if the alarm is going off and you silence it on your phone its doesn’t silence it on the thermometer, but if you silence it on the thermometer it silences the phone’s alarm as well. Just wish it worked both ways.
Also when you first turn it on or replace the batteries you have to hold down the orange button for like 3 seconds, its not an instant on, so its easy to mistake it for being broken.
I sat in my living room and watched football and watched the temperature of my cook on my phone. I don’t know if that registers with everyone, but not having to go out and check on a 4 hour smoke every 20 minutes was about the best thing ever. Cannot recommend enough.