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CDN DTP482 Programmable Probe Thermometer/Timer
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- Digital, programmable thermometer; high-heat, stainless steel probe and cable
- Great for roasts, barbecue, candy-making, and deep-fat frying
- Check internal food temperatures without opening oven door; alarm sounds when food is done
- Runs off a single AAA battery (included)
- Measures temperatures from 32 to 482 degrees Fahrenheit (0 to 250 degrees Celsius)
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Unlike other remote probe thermometers, heat resistance makes this versatile tool ideal for candy making or deep fat frying. A special clip secures the probe to your saucepan. Plus, since the Proaccurate withstands temperatures up to 482 degrees Fahrenheit, you won't melt through several probes in the course of a year's cooking.
A magnetic back and folding stand let you store the thermometer on a counter or stove. A handy 24-hour count-up, count-down timer also functions solo to aid any cooking task. This commercial-quality thermometer is calibrated to the National Sanitation Foundation standards--the highest standards achievable. It runs on a single AAA battery, included with purchase. --Mary Park
Top Customer Reviews
Digital probe thermometers are a godsend for cooks who like to set it and forget it when cooking. You want that steak done to exactly 145 degrees? The probe thermometer will tell you. Just stick it in the meat, set the finished temp, and let the beep tell you when it's exactly medium rare. When it works, this kind of thermometer is indispensable.
Therein lies the rub, though. "When it works...." Most of the digital probe thermometers on the market suffer from the same chink in the armor--their probes are flimsy. Not only are the wires inside the probe itself thin when compared with the braided metal housing that holds them, but they can't take the heat, either. Most probes top out at a little over 380 degrees. You run the risk of burning it out when checking oil temperatures, something every probe should be able to do. And if your oven cycles its heat on and off, you could have it set for 350 but it may vary between 300 and 400 while cooking for twenty minutes or more. The result is a cooked probe.
But not with the CDN Proaccurate. The probe cord itself is significantly thicker (fifty percent or more, from my guess) and the temperature tops out almost a hundred degrees higher than the other guys at 482. Plus, unlike the other guys, this unit carries a full five year warranty--including the probe. You can't find that in any other digital probe thermometer I've seen.Read more ›
1. Been rained on at least 5 times.
2. Dropped in our pool.
3. Been hidden in our sandbox.
4. Been dropped on hot coals and backing partially melted.
Each time this thermometer has miraculously come back to life and worked perfectly! The original battery is still going.
If I had to purchase a new one, it would be this thermometer!
First and foremost, I wanted one that was reliable. Unfortunately, every single model contained reviews from folks whose thermometers didn't make it a month let alone a year. So the next step was to look at the frequency of problems, and perhaps more important, the warranty. CDN was the only one with a five year warranty (one that they seem to cheerfully honor, judging by feedback), so that went a very long way toward making my decision.
Next was temperature range... most digital probe thermometers peak out at under 392 degrees. I didn't feel that was enough so there was another point in favor of the CDN, which is one of the very few that tops out at 482 degrees.
Finally, it came with a metal clip for use on the rim of saucepans, stockpots and so forth... why this cheap but useful little accessory is an optional extra purchase with many other models is a testament to the idiocy and greed of companies who want to get the product out there for the cheapest possible price and then hit you up later for things they should have provided in the first place.
Now that I've lived with the CDN Proaccurate a month or so, I have to say I'm pleased.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Probes wear out / malfunction too quickly. Buy extra probes. Would have given more stars but mine starting acting quirky after 12-14 months. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
First one broke within a couple of months. The company replaced the unit. That one worked for more than a year and then it started displaying random values including LL and FF... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tom Wells
Bought this as a gift for my daughter-in-law because mine has saved many a roast that was cooking way faster than I though they would. Read morePublished 1 month ago by cyssf
Damm probe cable took a crap on me, now it's useless. They know it's gonna be subjected to high heat, why not supply a cable that will last?.Published 1 month ago by Barry J. Aiello
* For an lower cost, get the Taylor single-probe unit.
* For more functions, get the Ivation wireless dual-probe unit. Read more