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Smoke Remote BBQ Alarm Thermometer

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5-up: $91.00 ea.

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Smoke Remote BBQ Alarm Thermometer

Smoke has two probe channels - one for the meat and one for your pit temps - a dedicated receiver so you can track your temps remotely without gumming up your phone, plus rugged durability, an enormous display, and push-button simplicity.

5-up: $91.00 ea.

Limited Edition Smoke - Available in Clear

Smoke includes base unit, Pro-Series® High Temp Cooking Probe, Pro-Series High Temp Air Probe & Grate Clip, Wireless Smoke Receiver w/Lanyard, and Operating Instructions.

Smoke Gateway - Bring Internet connectivity to Smoke through Wi-Fi with Smoke Gateway.

Remote Thermometer: Up to 300 feet away
View all of your temp data from the comfort of your home on the pre-paired receiver. Add optional receivers for the whole team.

2-Channels: Compatible with any Pro-Series® probe
One probe for the meat, one for the pit, or add a second cooking probe and track two meats simultaneously.

Dashboard-Style Display: Shows Min/Max & High/Low
All the info you need, displayed at once. No fumbling with buttons necessary.

Splashproof rugged housing: Rated to IP65
Molded-in seals for splashproof protection and built for rough handling.

Designed for competition BBQ teams and professional chefs, Smoke outlasts and outperforms every competitor. Not a cheaply-made housewares product, Smoke features a rugged housing with molded-in seals for splashproof protection. Smoke uses Pro-Series Probes which are interchangeable with Smoke, ChefAlarm®, and DOT®. See frequently asked questions in the More Info section.

Smoke is designed to track temperatures over an extended period of time with moderate-heat cooking methods such as smoking, oven-roasting, deep-frying, homebrewing, and Sous Vide and to be used while grilling. Smoke is not meant to be used in place of a digital instant-read thermometer, such as a Thermapen MK4 or a ThermoPop, or used with broiling.

Dual Channel
Accepts two probes, one for the meat and one for the pit. Tracks each probe independently with settable high and low alarms. Probes included.

Commercial Quality
Uses commercial-grade Pro-Series probes for better accuracy, faster response and longer life than cheaply-made housewares probes.

Water Resistant
Molded-in seals for splashproof protection, safe for outdoor use.

Extended Wireless Range
Wireless range to 300-feet gives you freedom to roam.

Large Backlit Dashboard-Like Display
Large digits viewable from a distance with backlight for low light conditions. Min/Max and Hi/Low alarms always displayed at-a-glance.

Extra Long Battery Life
2 x AA's power Smoke with super long 1,800 hour battery life. Never run out during a long cook.

Smoke Receiver
Comes pre-paired out of the box. Beeps and vibrates at alarm. Displays temperatures and alarm settings on large LCD screen. Pair as many Receivers as you want to one Smoke.

Designed in Utah by ThermoWorks

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"Right out of the box the base paired automatically with the receiver, making it ready to use in seconds..... The unit maintains a connection for up to 300 feet and alerts you when you go out of range. When you go back into range, it automatically reconnects, and its alarms were loud and easy to set."
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"As soon as I picked it up I could feel it.... It's heavier. The plastic feels like it could take a drop better. It's got more of a substantial feel.... A lot easier to program. I would call it dead simple. Take it out of the box and you just intuitively can figure it out."
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"The precise two-probe Smoke is designed for grillers and barbecuers, but it’s just as handy indoors. Use the cooking probe to gauge the temperature inside a roast, and the ambient probe to track the oven, smoker, or grill’s temperature. The Smoke also comes with a wireless radio receiver you can carry up to 300 feet away, allowing you to keep an eye on temperatures even when you’re not tending the fire. It, too, can be calibrated at home."
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Probe Range-58 to 572°F (-50 to 300°C)
Cable Max TempMax 700°F (370°C)
Accuracy±1.8°F (±1.0°C) from -4 to 248°F (-20 to 120°C)
±3.6°F (±2.0°C) from -58 to -4°F / 248 to 392°F (-50 to -20°C / 120 to 200°C)
±5.4°F (±3.0°C) from 392 to 572°F (200 to 300°C)
Resolution0.1°F (°C)
Units°C/°F switchable
Water ResistanceIP65 (excluding probe connector)
Operating Range32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
Backlight20 seconds (both Smoke & Receiver)
Max Sounds VolumeSmoke: 90dB / Receiver: 75dB
Transmission Range300-feet line of sight
Transmission Rate15 Seconds
Wireless2.4 Ghz radio frequency
ApprovalsUS (FCC Part 15), Canada (IC), EU (CE - Complies with all relevant directives for Europe), AU/NZ (RCM)
BatterySmoke: 2x AA / Receiver: 2x AA - 1,800 hours
DisplaySmoke: 2 H x 2.95 W inches (51 H x 75 W mm)
Receiver: 2.15 H x 1.30 W inches (54.6 H x 33 W mm)
Product SizeSmoke: 3.78 H x 4.68 W x 1.01 D inches (96 H x 119 W x 25.6 D mm)
Receiver: 4.21 H x 2.05 W x 1.01 D inches (107 H x 52 W x 25.6 D mm)


Pro-Series High Temp Cooking Probe (included)
Cable Max Temp700°F (370°C)
Transition Max Temp644°F (340°C)
Transition Dimensions1.4 L x 0.35 inches dia. (35.6 L x 8.9 mm dia.)
Probe Range-58 to 572°F (-50 to 300°C)
Cable Length47 inches (1.2m)
Probe Dimensions6 L x 0.13 inches dia. reduces to 0.08 inches dia.
(152.4 L x 3 mm dia. reduces to 2 mm dia.)


Pro-Series High Temp Air Probe & Grate Clip (Included)
Cable Max Temp700°F (370°C)
Transition Max Temp644°F (340°C)
Transition Dimensions1.4 L x 0.35 inches dia. (35.6 L x 8.9 mm dia.)
Probe Range-58 to 572°F (-50 to 300°C)
Cable Length47 inches (1.2m)

Visit our Help Center For more information and troubleshooting tips.

Pro-Series® Probes
Exclusive to Signals, DOT, ChefAlarm, Smoke, and Smoke X. Pro-Series temperature probes are built to last in commercial kitchens. The included Pro-Series High Temp Cooking Probe measures to 572°F with a cable max temp to 700°F for short term exposure. This is the highest rated probe of its class. Probes store away in the included padded case for storage. Pro-Series probes do not operate with other products.

Smoke Gateway (Wi-Fi Bridge) & Smartphone App - Now Available
Get Smoke by ThermoWorks. Use the wireless RF (Radio Frequency) receiver to monitor your cooks up to 300 feet away. Then you can add Smoke Gateway (Wi-Fi Bridge) to your set-up and get readings on your cell phone or tablet, anywhere! Smoke Gateway works with your existing Smoke. You will not need to buy a new Smoke. Smoke Gateway receives the RF signal from Smoke and uses your Wi-Fi to transmit to the app. MSRP $89.


Smoke FAQ

1. Will Smoke work with other ThermoWorks probes?
It depends. Smoke accepts all Pro-Series® Probes that also work with DOT® and ChefAlarm®. These probes feature a headphone-jack-style connector. Smoke does not accept the two-prong plug-style thermocouple probes that work with ThermaQ® and other ThermoWorks handheld thermometers.

2. Will the Smoke receiver work inside my house?
Will Smoke transmit from the backyard to inside my house?
Absolutely. The Smoke Receiver will receive the signal from Smoke up to 300 feet away with a clear “line of sight.” Inside your house the maximum distance may be less than 300 feet depending upon the number and type of walls between the Receiver and the Smoke unit.

3. How is Smoke different from my ChefAlarm?
Smoke accepts two probes that are displayed simultaneously, whereas the ChefAlarm only has one. Smoke includes a receiver that allows you to track temperatures remotely from up to 300 feet away. The ChefAlarm does not. The ChefAlarm features a timer that is not on Smoke. Both Smoke and ChefAlarm feature high and low alarms and continuous Min/Max displays. Both accept the same Pro-Series® Probes.

4. How is Smoke different from my ThermaQ?
Smoke uses Pro-Series® Probes with thermistor type sensors. ThermaQ uses Type-K thermocouple probes known for increased accuracy and durability. Smoke includes a receiver that allows you to track temperatures remotely from up to 300 feet away. The ThermaQ does not. Both Smoke and ThermaQ feature two channels with high and low alarms and continuous Min/Max displays for each channel. The probes are not compatible between Smoke and ThermaQ.

5. What is the Smoke Gateway and how will it work?
The Smoke Gateway is an add-on accessory that works with your Smoke units. The Gateway hardware bridge receives the wireless RF signal from Smoke and uses your existing Wi-Fi network to push the readings to your Smartphone or Tablet App. Each Smoke Gateway will work with only one Smoke.

6. Will Smoke Gateway (Wi-Fi Bridge) work with my existing Smoke or do I need to buy a new Smoke base unit?
Smoke Gateway works with your existing Smoke. You will not need to buy a new Smoke. Smoke Gateway simply retrieves the wireless transmission from Smoke and pushes it to your Smartphone.

7. Can Smoke be used to track two meat temperatures?
Yes. Both Smoke channels will accept any Pro-Series® Probes. You can track two meat temperatures or two air temperatures or use the Pro-Series® Needle Probe to track Sous Vide temperatures or the 12-inch Pro-Series® Probe to track homebrew mash temperatures. Smoke comes with one High Temp Penetration Probe for meat and one High Temp Air Probe & Grate Clip for the pit. Optional probes are available for a variety of cooking applications.

8. What is Radio Frequency (RF) and how does it differ from Wi-Fi?
RF is a simple, robust, and reliable wireless technology for sending your Smoke temperature data to the Smoke Receiver. Your Smoke and Smoke Receiver come pre-paired in out of the box and will remain paired as long as they remain within distance. Wi-Fi uses radio signals to connect devices to the internet and requires additional hardware, setup and connection protocols.

What is an IP Rating?

An IP rating, also known as "International Protection" or "Ingress Protection" rating, is a value assigned to a product that determines its susceptibility to ingress from solids and liquids. The first numeric digit relates to the level of protection against solid objects, and the second numeric digit indicates the level of protection against liquid ingress. Click for a table of IP Rating values.

IP65 - No ingress of dust (6); Protection from water ingress: Low pressure jets of water (5).