It’s clear Thermoworks decided to focus on making the setup and operation as simple as possible, and removing all the crap features you’ll never use. Since the Smoke X4 is not Wi-Fi enabled it requires no app and doesn’t require a smart device to operate. The buttons on the receiver are now recessed, so you don’t have to worry about accidental button pushes if you slip it into your pocket. Like all Thermoworks products it is also very easy and intuitive to use. Thermoworks Smoke X4. Having tested a number of other ThermoWorks offerings in the past, we were eager to test the all new ThermoWorks Smoke X4 RF (radio frequency). Line of sight being a straight line along which an observer has unobstructed vision and no outside interference (from cordless phones, microwaves, etc.). The more you use the Smoke the more you appreciate the design. Ever since I received the Smoke I have wanted to write a review on it. Thread in 'Meat Thermometers' Thread starter Started by briggy, Start date Mar 8, 2020; Mar 8, 2020 #1 briggy Smoking Fanatic. With it you don’t have to be dependent on any other network. I typically stick with channel 1 for the ambient temperature and use the other channels for meat probes but you can mix this up however you like. "thermoworks smoke" ThermoPro TP25 500ft Wireless Bluetooth Meat Thermometer with 4 Temperature Probes Smart Digital Cooking BBQ Thermometer for Grilling Oven Food Smoker Thermometer, Rechargeable 4.5 out of 5 stars 2,421 The Thermoworks Smoke thermometer, like all Thermoworks thermometers, is well-made and highly accurate. The difference between the two leave-in thermometers is the number of probes (two for the X2 and four for the X4). Product Reviews Trending July 24, 2019 0 Top Geek. If you haven't heard of the new wireless thermometer from ThermoWorks called the Smoke X-- you will! So all in all the Thermoworks Smoke X4 takes the simplicity and function of the Smoke and adds in the 4 channels and Billows control of the Signals. It can however take a bit of rain. $199 is an investment. It also allows for the operation of a ThermoWorks Billows BBQ Temperature Control Fan without Wi-Fi. The ThermoWorks Smoke X4 is an evolutionary product along the lines of the original Smoke and the Signals. Smoke X4 is not intended to be used in place of a digital instant-read thermometer, such as a Thermapen or ThermoPop. The transmission range is up to 6,562 feet (1.24-mile) line-of-sight between a Smoke X4 thermometer and a Smoke X4 Receiver. The Smoke X4 is not a Wi-Fi enabled device like the 4 channel ThermoWorks Signals. 99 $59.99 $59.99 Thermapen Mk4 Thermometer Review. It passed as advertised. This is the original Smoke on steroids and to say I'm impressed is an understatement! Just turn the base unit and the receiver on and they connect without issue. The improved RF technology of the Smoke X4 offers users a greatly extended range to over one mile from base unit to receiver. The ThermoWorks Smoke X4 is an evolutionary product along the lines of the original Smoke and the Signals. 99 $69.99 $69.99. ThermoWorks provides a variety of wonderful Electronic Accessories goods at an attractive price. Not only does it double the channel capacity to 4 channels, what ThermoWorks has done with the range on this unit is nothing short of amazing. Many people dislike using a smart device for a number of reasons, so having the stand alone receiver is preferable to many. What’s the Difference Between Oregano and Mexican Oregano? Cool Smoke: The Art of Great Barbecue by Tuffy Stone. A little while ago we reviewed both the Thermoworks Smoke and the Thermoworks ChefAlarm. In seconds, even the most inexperienced user is up and running, which isn’t the case with many other thermometers we’ve tested. The Thermoworks Smoke X4 ships with the base unit, the remote unit, a lanyard for the base unit, 1 air probe, 3 meat probes, one grate clip, and some colored silicone rings so you can keep track of which probe is in which channel.. I am of the opinion that everyone who cooks should have a good thermometer of some sort. Top Posts & Pages. Straight out of the box I was impressed with what I saw. This was always something that annoyed me. In this review, will discuss all of the features, usability, accuracy, and durability of the Thermoworks Signals WiFi thermometer. For example, competition teams are going to love the Smoke X4 as it allows them the ability to move freely around a contest area and stay connected without Wi-Fi. Continuing with our Thermoworks reviews, today we have the Thermoworks Smoke Review. Instead, the Smoke X4 uses radio frequency like the original Smoke but increases range by over 2000%. Next, the ThermoWorks Smoke X4 is for anyone needing a remote read leave-in thermometer where Wi-Fi is either not available or not desirable. One channel can be dedicated to monitoring ambient grill temperatures while the other one to three can measure your meat’s internal temperature as it cooks. The Smoke X4 stayed connected to the receiver for approximately 900 ft with absolutely no line of sight, transmitting thru or around vehicles and several homes. Smoke X is a BBQ Alarm thermometer with ThermoWorks quality and performance. In April the Smoke X2 which is a 2 channel version will be available for $169. ThermoWorks Smoke X (X2 and X4) Review. If you regularly cook more than one hunk of meat I think the extra $100 is worth it compared to the Smoke. FREE Delivery on your first order of items shipped by Amazon. It's normally $99, but it's showing right now for $64.35. It is a fun thing to play around with but not a necessity. The Smoke and the Smoke X4 have many similarities as well. Product Reviews Trending July 24, 2019 0 Top Geek. This is also an impressive distance for the condition. It has a transmitter attached to two probes and a remote receiver that you can put in your pocket. This is Thermoworks’ attempt at a dedicated two probe wireless BBQ thermometer and is a direct rival to the likes of the Maverick ET-733 and the Thermopro TP20. Several years ago, ThemoWorks set their sights on … ThermoWorks, maker of a number of great thermometers for food, oven, grill, and smoker, has released a new tool ideal for outdoor cooks called “Smoke.” I got my hands on a pre-release copy and have begun testing it. I was By Jeff Phillips | Tags: Thermoworks, Wireless Thermometers | 2 Comments. • Both are leave-in thermometers meant to be used with low-and-slow, moderate heat cooks rather than in high-heat situations (such as direct-heat grilling or broiling) in place of instant-read thermometers. Here are a few of what I think are the best features of the Thermoworks Smoke X4 that make it unique: 4 Channel Temperature Monitoring Probably 80% of the time I am fine with only having two channels on my Smoke but that other 20% of the time the extra two channels can be a lifesaver. A two-fan splitter kit is available as an option. I am pretty sure my temps would be widely different. Both the Smoke X4 base unit and the receiver come equipped with magnets on the back so you can affix them to a metal surface. If this is you, the ThermoWorks Smoke X4 gives you a perfect option that simply works. In a more open area we were able to test the Smoke X4 to an approximate distance of 2,800 ft. Again, this was not a true line of sight test. The Smoke X2 has two channels (and the Smoke X4 has four) that are compatible with any of ThermoWorks pro-series, commercial-grade probe thermometers. Order your Thermoworks Smoke X4 today and you will be getting a very well built, accurate, and precise thermometer that will help you cook better meat. Smoke X is a BBQ Alarm thermometer with ThermoWorks quality and performance. We tested a probe in an ice bath, and got a reading of 32.7°. • Smoke X4 uses an all-new RF wireless technology with the strongest and longest RF signal available. We attempted to clean these rings with a variety of methods without success. They also keep you informed of all their sales so it’s worth the subscription. Matthew Eads is a former US Marine, self-taught gourmet griller, and cookbook author. Taking from the best of their other products, like the recently reviewed ChefAlarm, Thermoworks have created … SAVE 35%. Ever since I received the Smoke I have wanted to write a review on it. The large display screen of both the Smoke X4 base unit and the receiver allows the user to view all 4 probe temperatures simultaneously. Here are a few of what I think are the best features of the Thermoworks Smoke X4 that make it unique: Probably 80% of the time I am fine with only having two channels on my Smoke but that other 20% of the time the extra two channels can be a lifesaver. Those run about $18 a piece if you buy them separately. You just spent a ton of money on a nice … [Read More...]. Read on for more information about this second to none 4 channel device. More Info (3) The Food Lab by J. Kenji Lopez-Alt. Chris Lilly's Six-Time World Championship Pork Shoulder. I purchased the Thermoworks smoke on July 15, 2017 and it was delivered on July 17, 2017. You can check out my review of the Smoke X4 here. And of course the Thermoworks Smoke X4 comes in 9 different colors much like the rest of the Thermoworks products. Review: ThermoWorks Smoke and Smoke Gateway. Mar 18, 2020 - I review my recently purchased Thermoworks Smoke X4 RF Wireless Meat Thermometer.