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[REVIEW] Sendowtek Barbecue Thermometer


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Hi all,

I've recently been buying things to get started on my BBQ journey and wanted to start posting reviews of my own to help people out. To start with, I reviewed the Sendowtek Barbecue Thermometer . For under £30, you get a responsive, dual-probe thermometer that connects wirelessly over Bluetooth to an iOS/Android app. It was also sent with a piece of paper detailing how I could get $10 back on my order by e-mailing proof of an Amazon review (which probably explains the amount of 5-star reviews the product currently has).

I have posted a summary of the full review below to help people out but if you're interested, you can check out the full review on my site


  • Battery-powered, food thermometer with capacity for 6 probes (2 included)
  • Works wirelessly over Bluetooth to provide current temperatures via an app (iOS and Android compatible)
  • The app also allows you to set alarms for when temperatures reach a certain point or drop out of a specified range
  • The thermometer unit also includes a clip and has a magnet to allow easy attachment to most metal surfaces and cookers


The Sendowtek Barbecue Thermometer is a fantastic bit of kit for any home cook. I’m usually the sort of person to pick the ‘best’ gadget, regardless of price, but for once I’m happy I decided to purchase the affordable option as it does everything I need, such as giving quick and accurate temperatures and providing wireless connectivity, but doesn’t break the bank. After a few cooks, I have no doubt that it’s going to last a long while.

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2 hours ago, Phlashster said:

Interestingly, its the same App as used by Inkbirds but under a different name. 

How long do the AAA's last?




The app is great - nice and simple and does exactly what you need it to do. 

The thermometer has been on for around 20 hours so far (total) and hasn't dropped to 3 bars so it's looking like I won't need to replace batteries that often. 

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