Ok today I tested this thermometer, have a Weber Genesis gas grill. First, it wanted to update the firmware before going to use this took 11min. According to the guide that starts, you should not send it too far into the meat. Run four burners at 50% and about 275 degrees in the grill. Choosing what kind of meat to run and which piece. If the meat is put on the grill and closes the lid, then the alarm in the phone will not find the thermometer. Moves the charging base that is inside the table about 3m from the grill to the side table on the grill about 40cm from the meat and then it jumps again. You see what temp the meat has and what temp it should be up to, I run pork today so it wants up to 63 yards, may seem a little low. After a while, the estimated end time comes up 17min. Turns the meat bit a few times and you can see in a nice graph how the temperature increases, when it is 5 minutes left I get a reminder, and after 5min that the meat is ready to rest on the side. Rolling the meat into foil gets a new timer this time without time. after about 10min it says the meat is ready and it now shows 67 degrees. Cut the meat and is tender and delicate, is very satisfied.
Now to what is not as good. It can handle no 50m in the distance perhaps if it is free view. went to the kitchen maybe 6-7m in a wooden house with wooden glass windows and then it complains that it lost contact.
The next problem, it starts to warn / alarm if the temperature in the grill goes above 280 degrees that you should immediately remove it from the grill otherwise it will break. At this time, the grill temp shows about 250 degrees, and only three burners are at the lowest level.
Which is good. Wireless and rechargeable one can have multiple sensors connected in the same app. Is it worth the price then, well do not know yet. The distance problem I can live with, the thing that bothers me is max 280 degrees. But it costs like a hotel night so what is expensive.