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Not as sexy as previous posts but I love my lump charcoal rake. It is a garden tool made by DeWitt and is very high quality / heavy duty. I use it to stir up previously burned lump and chop what needs to be broken up. Low tech but handy. Here is the Amazon link : http://www.amazon.com/Tierra-Garden-31-3450-DeWit-Onion/dp/B004PA2U04/ref=cm_sw_em_r_dpcod_pW8nvb0JXRR8K_lm

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Really like my TW8060...keep some AAA Batteries on hand for the times they die in the middle of a cook. If you need a clip for your grill temp probe consider this...

 

 

I realize copper may be "dangerous" at high temperatures and high volume but this is only used for low and slow cooks, indirect at <300 degrees ... It is an electrical test clip re-purposed for this application

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I'm sorry for your bad taste with the ET-732 knockoff Grillstuff. I have had my "Grill Grate 732" knockoff since Christmas and love it. I did have 1 probe fail shortly after purchase and Maverick did send me a new one. I agree the original probes can't get wet or will die but mine never got wet. The new probes for the 735 can get wet from what I hear. I will look intently to Addertooth review of the 735 probes in the 732. I think I heard the new probes had a lower temp threashold so will be eager to hear how reliable they are.

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A bit off the beaten path, but I find this very useful...

 

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http://www.milwaukeetool.com/power-tools/cordless/0884-20

 

Admittedly, I had this tool already. It's not powerful enough to be a leaf blower, but does a great job with sawdust & such, as well as clearing a small patio. However, what makes this amazing for Kamadoes is the variable trigger. you can start with just a trickle of air, and accelerate to make the kamado a raging inferno. In other words, I can use this thing to get my Kamadoes ready for a hot grill within 5mins, instead of 15-20. 

 

It's also great for clearing out dust, after a cook. Again, I wouldn't but this tool just for cooking. But it sure is a nice use for something that I already had sitting around. 

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A bit off the beaten path, but I find this very useful...

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http://www.milwaukeetool.com/power-tools/cordless/0884-20

Admittedly, I had this tool already. It's not powerful enough to be a leaf blower, but does a great job with sawdust & such, as well as clearing a small patio. However, what makes this amazing for Kamadoes is the variable trigger. you can start with just a trickle of air, and accelerate to make the kamado a raging inferno. In other words, I can use this thing to get my Kamadoes ready for a hot grill within 5mins, instead of 15-20.

It's also great for clearing out dust, after a cook. Again, I wouldn't but this tool just for cooking. But it sure is a nice use for something that I already had sitting around.

Damn it I can't spend more money now....but I want one.
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Tw8060 on it's way to me. Will review on arrival.

I should have done a bit more research. Didn't realize it does not have a timer.

 

2 options are:

1. Use your cell phone

2. Buy one of their timesticks. I bought a single one from them right before the trio came out. I'd get the trio and you can keep it with you and use it for all kinds of things.

 

BTW, what probes did you buy with it?

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