Thursday, April 7, 2011

Product Comparison: eT7 vs. Redi Check Cooking Thermometer

RediCheck Cooking Thermometer
eT7 Cooking Thermometer
Whether you barbecue meats or cook roasts in your oven, wouldn’t it be nice not to constantly check to determine whether they are done to your satisfaction?  Worry no more!  There are two brands of cooking thermometers on the market that take the worry out of overcooking or undercooking meat, fish, and poultry.

The ET-7 Cooking Thermometer features:

* Monitor two different foods at one time.
* Works wirelessly up to 100 feet.
* Probe and wire are rated for over 500 degrees.
* Elapsed cooking timer
* Batteries included

The ET-7 is perfect for holiday cooking and/or barbecue fare.  The device has two probes that can be utilized at the same time to ensure that no matter what is on the barbecue or in the oven will be cooked to your satisfaction.  

For example, let’s say you are cooking a roast and a turkey.  Insert the probes into each and close the oven.  The probes are attached to a wireless LCD display that will give you the exact temperature of the roast and turkey.  You can watch TV or tend to other tasks as long as you are within 100 feet of the oven.  When the meat is at the desired temp, an alarm sounds to let you know it’s done.  

Priced at $37.67 + free shipping through amazon, this little gadget is perfect for any occasion.  

The Redi-Check Cooking Thermometer features:

* Remote cooking thermometer with LCD probe and receiver
* Monitors temperature and doneness of food and signals when ready
* 24-hour timer programs for six different categories of meat
* 100-foot range; elapsed cooking timer; LCD screens on both probe monitor and receiver
* Stainless-steel probe; integrated stand; belt clip; batteries included

Priced at $32.29 + free shipping through amazon, the Redi-Check is also a remote cooking thermometer with one probe.  Great for outdoor barbecues or indoor ovens, this particular device offers a 24-hour timer for six different kinds of meat that can be gauged from rare to well done.  You can also carry the transmitter as you tend to other tasks.  Great for holiday cooking or any occasion, the Red-Check is another great cooking gadget.  

Consumers who have used both cooking thermometers and raved about the convenience they afford, not having to open and close oven doors, can barbeque meats on cold days while monitoring the temp of the meats indoors, and boast that both offer precise temperatures when cooking lamb, veal, beef, poultry, and fish.

Sometimes, it’s the little things in life that offer the most pleasure.  Having either of these devices can make cooking in the oven or on the barbecue an enjoyable experience.  These devices are especially effective if you have an older indoor oven.  It allows you to keep the oven door closed without having to check every 30 minutes or so.  Check out the ET-7 and Redi Check Cooking Thermometers – they are a great asset and fun to use as well, not too mention make excellents gifts for your favourite cook or bbq genius.

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