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John I stole this off another forum so if that isnt cool just delete it.. But figured it would be here in no time anyways.. Information courtesy of 5-0BBQ

 

I am happy to announce today that the new Maverick ET-733 will be available late October.


The big changes are the larger display on the receiver that will now show both temps at the same time as well as the target high and low temps. Also now setting the target temps is easier. Temps can be set going up and down and not just going all the way up then back to the beginning. Also there are preset temps for 6 meats and 9 game meats.

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FEATURES:

  • Comes with receiver, transmitter, 2 hybrid probes & 2 grill clips
  • Monitors 2 things at once! 1 food and 1 BBQ or 2 foods or 2 BBQS. You select
  • Probe wires are 3 ft long and are rated for 716°F
  • Receiver stores settings even when unit is off
  • 6 preset temperatures for Beef, Veal, Lamb, Pork, Chicken and Turkey
  • 9 BONUS preset temperatures for Game meats, Deer, Elk, Moose, Buffalo, Rabbit, Boar, Duck, Bird & Fish
  • Can customize preset temperatures to personal taste
  • Alerts you when preset temperature is reached
  • Loss of signal alert if you go out of range for more than a minute
  • Large 300 ft range
  • Select between Fahrenheit and Celsius
  • The receiver will display 32°F to 572°F
  • In BBQ mode you can set the high alert range from 140°F to 572°F and 32°F to 554°F in the low alert range
  • 4 AAA batteries included
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Personally for me its not a big upgrade.. Have never set the alarms.. The range has not changed, my 732 meat probe already measures bbq temp and vice a versa... 

 

I have been very fortunate in the 2 years I have had my ET732 the probes are still working, but that is the one area I hope they upgraded and is compatible with the 732 in case mine goes out... 

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Personally for me its not a big upgrade.. Have never set the alarms.. The range has not changed, my 732 meat probe already measures bbq temp and vice a versa... 

 

I have been very fortunate in the 2 years I have had my ET732 the probes are still working, but that is the one area I hope they upgraded and is compatible with the 732 in case mine goes out...

I totally agree ICEDTURKES, same probe temperature rating, same range, same signal alert and the display looks WAAAAY too busy. I have never been a fan of "presets". I wouldn't much more for this than I would for a 732.

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I sorta bet its gonna be a replacement for the 732 and I would also estimate that it will be at the same price point as the 732.

I agree John. Also to my comments above, a"hybrid probe" is just a straight probe with no curve. They are eliminating the pit probe. I have used my pit probe to also monitor food temps.

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I sorta bet its gonna be a replacement for the 732 and I would also estimate that it will be at the same price point as the 732.

Maybe they will keep the 732 model for their private labeling (remington, Chargriller) and the 733 to differentiate their thermometer from these.. I hope your right about the price point thing... If they can bring it in for a similar price and "give" you a few bells and whistles, nice... If they add stuff the majority of folks wont use and bump the price 10-15 bucks than boo... 

 

I surely hope they had the brains to make a more durable probe... They have to know that is the one thing holding the 732 to being a great product instead of a good product.. I am sure they make some coin on replacement probes but they surely have to hand out a bunch while also having a lot of customers form an opinion of Maverick quality on a probe.. 

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