3 Color Thermometer

By SteakChamp

$59.95 More on the way


This patented steak thermometer uses three LED lights to tell you when the steak is medium rare, medium, and medium well. No more guessing and no more raw or overdone meat. Get your steak exactly right, every time with SteakChamp. (Works on grill, oven, or stovetop and with duck, fish, and game, too.)

  • Materials: Stainless steel
  • Care: Hand wash only
  • To use, insert the cordless stainless steel probe sidewise into your raw steak and place it on the grill/ frying pan
  • Color-coded LED flashing light tells you when steak is cooked to your preference
  • When the flash starts, remove steak from heat.When flashing signal stops, your meat is ready to enjoy
  • Green flash: Medium rare (125° F); Yellow: Medium (140° F); Red: Medium well (153° F)
  • One device can monitor multiple steaks
  • Accurate, safe, and hygienic way to prepare great-tasting beef, pork, fish, game, or poultry
  • Cooking guide included in packaging
  • Heat-resistant up to 900° F
  • Can also be used in a frying pan or oven/broiler
  • Built-in battery is designed to last up to 20 years based on cooking one steak per week
  • Auto-off function
  • Not recommended for steaks under 1" thick
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 3.4" x 0.2" x 0.2"
  • Weight: 0.03 lb.

35 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Not Sure Yet

1/6/2016 by frances

I'm not sure what went wrong but I could not get the light to work. I used it in our oven to roast a leg of lamb. Going to try it again.


Mixed review

8/9/2015 by Roberta

Mixed review on this. We have a gas grill and normally keep the lid down but found this works better with lid up. However, it still seemed to go from blinking green to red quite quickly and the steak was still medium rare.More > < Less


1st Attempt was a Failure

5/30/2018 by Gerald

I have only used it once on a Porter House Steak. It seemed to be working correctly. I flipped the steak when it started flashing green. It quickly went through Yellow and Red. The steak did not appear done, but the Red light went off. I left it on a few minutes longer because I wasn't convinced it was medium well. The light never resumed flashing. When I removed the steak and let rest, it still showed signs of blood. 10 minutes later, I cut it and it looked medium rare in the center where the shaft was stuck. I will try it again, but so far, I don't see the value.More > < Less


Not Worth The Price

9/29/2016 by Richard

I am a retiree, and so I do not buy steak all that often. The first three times I used this device, it worked beautifully. On the fourth time that I went to use it, I discovered it was now dead as a doornail. So, that is $20 a use to tell me when my steak was done, in addition to the already expensive cost of a really good, thick steak. Not worth it. I bought my Steak Champ less than a year ago.More > < Less


Does not work

1/14/2016 by Mark

Tried to use it for a prime rib. Light never came on. Not worth the $$$.

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SteakChamp - Meat Thermometer

About SteakChamp

Foolproof Filet

To cook a steak perfectly, you need the ideal balance between time and heat. It’s an art form . . . and SteakChamp makes you a top-notch steak artist.

This patented steak thermometer uses an innovative three-light system to tell you when a steak is prepared just how you like it.

Simply turn on the thermometer with the activator, then insert into your steak. SteakChamp flashes different colors to let you know when your steak is about to be cooked medium rare, medium, or medium well. Then, when it starts to flash in double-time, the steak is ready to be removed from the heat. Boom. No more guesswork, no need to read the temperature on a meat thermometer, no more raw or charred meat.

German-born inventor Uli Sherraus and his team talked with food scientists and barbecue champions. And they also cooked more than 750 steaks to get the technology just right. The high-precision, intelligent measuring electronics they created take the core area temperature of the meat at several points along the probe. The result? A perfectly cooked steak. Or fish, duck, and wild game—it works for them, too.

Whether you cook it on the grill, in a pan, or in the oven, get your meat exactly right every time.