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Actually I am talking about the lid thermometer. When I used to brew commercially we had dial thermometers that were calibratable. They were durable and somewhat accurate.I am assuming that you are NOT talking about the lid thermometer. If you are getting a quick read thermometer, the top of the line is probably the ThermoWorks MK4 or even Classic: https://www.thermoworks.com/Thermapens?tw=VWB&chan=TVWBB
They also have "Pocket" thermometer for a bit less: https://www.thermoworks.com/Pocket-Digital?tw=VWB&chan=TVWBB
They are great products but their prices are a bit high for a regular guy IMO. They do go on sale fairly often, so I suggest you sign up for their promos and wait for a sale if you want one.
But, there are others that are about 1/4 to 1/3 the price that are awesome as well: Here is one that seems pretty popular: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07XXSYLL8/?tag=tvwb-20
If you want more, the Thermoworks Smoke is an awesome remote thermometer: https://www.thermoworks.com/Smoke?tw=VWB&chan=TVWBB
Again, wait for a sale unless you want it NOW.
The rails on my grill are 60" long so I would have to go for the 65" one. Do you think that would look floppy??Jim,
I have purchased the both the 7130 Weber and the 7130 King Kong cover and have been very happy with the King Kong Cover. It is much thicker then the OEM and resist rain well. It also does not blow off as easily as the OEM. For the price it is well worth the money. Look into it see if you like it. It fits on my "Genny" 1000.
I have a "58" grill have you have a much bigger one so match up the size accordingly. They do make bigger sized covers.
I am just merely vouching for the Brand.
Below is what I bought but I believe they make the same cover in larger size which is probably what you need.
This one is 66.8"The rails on my grill are 60" long so I would have to go for the 65" one. Do you think that would look floppy??
Yes if it is to big it will probably sag. So if you can find out what weber model number fits on your grill you may be able to match the King Kong with it because I think they use the same model numbers. It might take a call to Weber to find Weber model number of the Cover that fits your grill. Be sure to get the measure of the cover if you call width x height. Check the price so you can compare. That last Weber Link may have not been helpful because of the age of your grill and because of it's age you may have to contact Weber for more information.So like I asked if it is 5 inches too long will it look floppy and sag to the ground??