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Never Overcook Meat Again With This Bluetooth Meat Thermometer

A person uses an app to measure meat's temperature, a person cooks a turkey, and a phone sits next to an uncooked steak and phone.
Meater

Cooking meat—any meat really—is a science. It needs to be prepped and seasoned correctly, and it should be cooked to a perfect temperature to ensure both readiness (and safety) and flavor. There’s a tool that can help ensure that’s done.

The Meater Plus Smart Meat Thermometer uses Bluetooth technology to connect to an app on your phone and monitor your meat’s temperature.

The thermometer features not one but two sensors. The first measures the temperature of your meat as it cooks, ensuring that you never over or undercook your dinner. The second sensor detects ambient temperature around the meat for more thorough monitoring. Plus, thanks to the accompanying app, it’ll guide you through the cooking process.

Meater Plus Smart Meat Thermometer with Bluetooth

Never overcook (or undercook) your meat again.

Once you’ve got your Meater (which is good on all types of meat, by the way), you’ll download the app and connect the tool to your phone. Then, simply insert the thermometer into your meat and use the app to choose your meat type and how you’d like it cooked. The Meater can then estimate the correct cook time, monitor the meat’s temperature as it cooks, and then, notify you when your meat is done. It’s actually pretty fool-proof.

Thanks to the connectivity, you won’t need to run back and forth to your oven (or grill) to check a manual thermometer for the correct meat temperature. Plus, thanks to the built-in temperature and cooking estimations, you won’t need to Google what temp your meat should cook to before getting started.

Whether you’re a grill master or just someone who tends to overcook their chicken, the Meater is one handy tool to have in your cooking arsenal.

Shea Simmons Shea Simmons
Shea Simmons is an Atlanta-based writer who has written about everything from whether Crisco is a good moisturizer to how to KonMari your space. Her work has appeared in Bustle, My First Apartment, and Make It Grateful. Read Full Bio »
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