Ask any parent of a child age five or younger about what he or she thinks of talking toys. Not only is the shrill siren or constant beeping extremely annoying, but it also requires buying new batteries every other week for these playthings. But not all talking gadgets are annoying, especially when they help you grill a perfectly-cooked t-bone steak.
The Grill Alert Talking Remote Meat Thermometer takes all the guesswork out of when your hunk of meat is cooked just right. You can set it for rare, medium rare, medium and well done. Stainless steel probes placed in the center of the meat are the sensors for this gadget that allows the grillmaster to wander up to 300 feet with the Grill Alert hooked on a belt clip as they mingle with their tailgate crowd.
But instead of a loud buzzer prompting a griller’s mad dash from the cornhole arena back to his cooking food, the Grill Alert will say “Almost Done” to give you plenty of time to take your meat off the fire for when it finally says “Done.” Online reviewers rave about how well their food cooks and how easy the Grill Alert is to operate. All it needs is two AA batteries and two AAA batteries, which can easily be pilfered from your infant son’s fire truck and/or crime-fighting robot.
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