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    Best way to store thermometer probes/wires

    What is the best way to store temp probes when not in use?

    I'm sure someone here has figured this out. I thank you in advance.
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    You reminded me that I have a tendency of laziness when it comes to storage but various thermo manufacturers offer probe organizers. Here's one example: https://www.fireboard.com/shop/probe-organizer/

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    I coil my food probe loosely and store it in my grilling tool box, the grate probe goes back on the grate after cleaning ( the grate) and lives in the WSM.
    I like the linked that silicone gizmo though.
    Iíve thought about using an old round table salt container too, poprobes in the hole and wrap the cord and sticking the pin connections in the other end. As yet un tested but when I use up this table salt I might have to try it.
    Last edited by Timothy F. Lewis; 11-25-2018 at 05:52 AM.
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    good options...

    maybe just coil up (about the size of salt container) twist tie and bag in baggie
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    I'm kinda digging TFL's idea. I have a Pringles can and some velcro cable ties and might see what happens with that. One strap per probe.

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