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Smoke X2 Long-Range Remote BBQ Alarm Thermometer


2-up: $156.00 ea.

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Smoke X2 Long-Range Remote BBQ Alarm Thermometer

For guaranteed remote temperature tracking from anywhere in your yard or house, look to Smoke X2 with its dedicated, backlit receiver. Smoke X2 features next generation RF technology and all the accuracy and durability you expect from ThermoWorks.

2-up: $156.00 ea.

Smoke X2 ships with base unit, Smoke X Receiver w/neck lanyard, 1 Pro-Series® High Temp Cooking Probe, 1 Pro-Series High Temp Air Probe & Grate Clip, and 8 High Temp Silicone Color Probe Rings.

Smoke X4 is available with 4 channels .

Smoke X uses 915Mhz radio frequency; approved for US and Canada only.

Add a temperature control fan to Smoke X with Billows Fan Kit for Smoke X (kit includes required 12V AC Adapter).
Check out the new Billows 12V Battery Bank that can power the Billows Fan for up to 24 Hours!

Extended Range: Up to 6,562 feet away
The longest range and transmission strength available for an alarm thermometer. Guaranteed to keep you connected to your cook from anywhere in your home or yard.

2 or 4 Probe Channels: Compatible with any Pro-Series® probe
Track up to three different cooks at once plus your pit temp. Our commercial-grade Pro-Series Probes come with overbraid and reinforced transitions.

Dashboard-Style Display: Shows Min/Max & High/Low
View all channels and temperature data at once. No fumbling with buttons or switching between channels.

Compatible with Billows
Smoke X includes control circuitry for Billows BBQ Temperature Control Fan (sold separately). Use Billows to control the air flow in your smoker.

  • Splash-proof sealed design for outdoor use, rated to IP66
  • Stays in place with sturdy base and strong magnets on back
  • Backlit dashboard-style display to track temps, alarms, Min/Max
  • Designed in Utah by ThermoWorks

Smoke X is a BBQ Alarm thermometer with ThermoWorks quality and performance. Built with all-new RF wireless technology, Smoke X gives you up to 6,562 feet (1.24-mile) line-of-sight transmission distance to included Smoke X Receiver, and max signal strength to penetrate walls so you'll always be connected anywhere in your home or yard.

Smoke X uses commercial-grade Pro-Series probes, designed by ThermoWorks with state-of-the-art materials, built to outlast and outperform all cheaply made houseware probes. With a large, dashboard-like display, track all four channels simultaneously with high/low alarms, max/min, and adjustable volume levels. Smoke X has magnets on the back for mounting or use the convenient flip-out stand. Use Smoke X up to 330-hours on a pair of AA batteries, or plug into AC power (adapter sold separately) via USB-C for uninterrupted use. Smoke X includes control circuitry for Billows BBQ Temperature Control Fan (sold separately) so you can control your smoker temperatures over an entire cook. 9 out of 10 BBQ teams use ThermoWorks devices for winning BBQ. Use what the pros use to get award-winning results. Up your game with Smoke X from ThermoWorks, the #1 trusted name in BBQ.

Smoke X 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 can be used while grilling. Smoke X 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.

Two or Four Channels
Smoke X4 comes with three Pro-Series High Temp Cooking Probes. Smoke X2 comes with one Pro-Series High Temp Cooking Probe. Both models include one Pro-Series High Temp Air Probe for monitoring your pit temperature.

Pro-Series Probes
Smoke X works with all of our Pro-Series probes. ThermoWorks' Pro-Series Probes are the best in the business for accuracy, durability, and heat resistance. Get the confidence that comes with ThermoWorks probes and meters.

Easily Identify Each Probe
Smoke X comes with 8 High Temp Silicone Color Bands that roll onto each end of each probe, so you can see at a glance which input matches with which probe.

Water Resistant
Molded-in seals for splash-proof protection rated to IP66, safe for outdoor use. NO additional waterproof bags or cases needed.

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We were not only impressed with the range of the Smoke X wireless receiver and the thermometer’s speed and accuracy, but we were also pleased with how well the unit worked with the Billows BBQ Temp Control Fan.
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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)
Max Sound VolumeSmoke X: 90dB / Smoke X Receiver: 75dB
Transmission Range*6,562 feet line of sight (1.24 miles/2 kilometers)
Transmission Rate30 Seconds
Wireless915Mhz radio frequency (patent pending) US and Canada only
ApprovalsUS (FCC Part 15), Canada (IC - Complies with all relevant directives for Canada)
Water ResistanceIP66 Splash-Proof
Operating Range14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)
Backlight20 seconds
Resolution0.1°F (°C)
Units°C/°F switchable
BatterySmoke X: 2x AA - 330 hrs. or power with optional AC adapter
Smoke X Receiver: 2x AA - 1,800 hrs
Optional ACWith 12v power adapter (sold separately)
DisplaySmoke X: 3.0 H x 2.32 W inches (78 H x 59 W mm)
Smoke X Receiver: 2.32 H x 1.37 W inches (59 H x 35 W mm)
Product SizeSmoke X: 4.68 H x 3.54 W x 1.10 D inches (119 H x 90 W x 28 D mm)
Smoke X Receiver: 4.44 H x 2.04 W x 1.10 D inches (113 H x 52 W x 28 D mm)
Patent Pending
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)
Probe Dimensions2 L x 0.13 inches dia.
(50.8 L x 3 mm dia. )

*Transmission distance specifications are a complicated thing. Actual real-life experience with transmitted temperature readings depends on many factors. Normally, the specified “line of sight” transmission range is the “best case” range assuming no physical barriers between the transmitter and the receiver and no interference from other radio signals. It would be impossible to print a specification that covered “normal” home-user conditions because of the infinitely variable circumstances under which a transmitting thermometer might be used. Differences in home construction and wall composition is a good example. Concrete, masonry, aluminum siding, metal studs, and metal lathe underneath stucco or masonry are all good inhibitors of radio signals. Interference from other radio signals is also variable (microwaves, cell phones, radio communications, networks, etc.) So the only reliable way to compare device specifications is to give a specification for maximum transmission distance under ideal conditions. If you want to evaluate whether a manufacturer actually meets their literal “line of sight” distance claims you should test the device in a rural area with no physical barriers between the transmitter and receiver and little or no interference from other radio signals.

Another option in comparing devices is to look at transmission frequency. 915MHz is normally better than 2.4GHz at penetrating walls and physical barriers.

If you trust the manufacturer, you can normally rely upon a comparison of “line of sight” specs and the transmission frequency for making a relative comparison of products. If the maker has a sterling reputation for specmanship and build-quality, you should be able to rely on their claims for transmission distance as a means of determining which product will have the best range for you, even if in actual use you don’t get the maximum range in their specification. Remember that the more walls and the greater the radio interference the greater the negative impact on your actual transmission distance. Comparing devices in your actual location is the best way to be assured the signal will work for your conditions.

Visit our Help Center For more information and troubleshooting tips.

Download Smoke X Calibration Guide

Download High Temp Probe Rings Installation Instructions

Billows - BBQ Temperature Control Fan - Now Available
Cook perfect, succulent BBQ meats over the course of many hours without having to worry about flareups, burn-outs, vent adjustments, or tending the coals. Confidently control your BBQ with ThermoWorks quality precision. MSRP $59.