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  1. +1 on Henckel Four Stars - very reasonably priced 6 years ago. Have never re-sharpened them but I do try to "steel" them before every use - also never put them in dishwasher and only cut on wood or plastic cutting boards.
  2. Just noticed last night that my Kroger marked their's up from $299 to $329 - July 4th sale I guess
  3. +1 - now leaning against the table and toward better shelves.
  4. Interesting. If I didn't already own a Thermapen this is what I'd buy - I'm pretty sure it's a new product from Thermoworks: http://thermoworks.com/products/ir/comb ... meter.html
  5. that sounds like a great idea - since you didn't mention any problems I guess the foil doesn't mess with the accuracy of the thermometer - correct?
  6. cday23 - can you provide link or search criteria - when searching for ET-732 I don't see those
  7. Another vote for the ThermaPen. I've had the "splashproof' model since early 2010. Even though I'm very careful with it and store it in a drawer with the LCD face down, a couple of weeks ago I noticed a crack in the LCD. The crack even extended into the case - sort of looking like it had been dropped or mishandled - which it hasn't. I contacted ThermoWorks via email explaining the situation and requesting instructions on how to get it repaired. They replied with a RMA # and shipping instructions. Even though it's a well over a year out of warranty, I got an email earlier this week saying they were replacing the unit and that I should receive it before the end of the week. Not bad...
  8. This is the response I received from Mavrik: Very helpful thank you very much [NOT]. Crud I've been seeing similar complaints about this unit on this and other forums and on Amazon. I've just resolved to only use it under 400F and hope it holds up. Any hotter than that and I'm cooking steaks, hamburgers or pizza and don't need it.
  9. If that's for a new unit you got a DEAL - there are none priced like that on eBay now.
  10. I think that's true for the most part but in this case the bolts provided with the Akorn have the softest and most easily rounded heads I've ever seen. I'm now wondering if the indicated (in the installation instructions) 7/16" bolts were actually 11mm - didn't think to try an 11mm nutdriver at the time.
  11. Just FYI, instructions say that there are 30 bolts in the pack-o-bolts - there were only 28 and only 28 are needed to assemble the grill.
  12. Totally agree. Being super careful during assembly, I managed to partially round-off a couple of CG's bolts. Even noticed that another couple, one on shelf bracket and one on lid hinge were partially rounded during assembly at the factory. Probably gonna get the stainless versions as replacements for ALL of them.
  13. Accidentally quoted you instead of SeminoleFan - was asking him a simple question.
  14. very nice, did you mount it to the table bolt area and if so does it hold very well thanks Sent from my Galaxy S II using tapatalk looks like it's hanging from the brackets for the shelves - correct ?
  15. Ordered Smokin' Stone and Thermo earlier in the week - total charged including shipping was $90.73 - that's > $20 in shipping charges which seems excessive. Smokin' Stone only available from CG and the Thermo, even with $12 or $13 in shipping still the best deal I've seen on the ET-732.
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