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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
Wish the probe wire were longer but I use this ALL the time. LOVE it !! Haven't had an overcooked or undercooked turkey since buying this.Published 1 day ago by duke
I use this to measure temperature as I roast coffee in the range of 400 - 430 degrees F. I checked it's accuracy with an infrared thermometer and it is spot on. Read morePublished 5 days ago by R. Boutros
works OK, wanted something I could set for specific temperatures alarms. You can set it but it won't cooperate with the settings. Not very user friendly. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Liz Rosenbam
Ruined $100 dollars worth of meat. So we bought this thermometer to monitor the temperature while we were smoking ribs and chicken. Worked great once. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Joe Filkins
Used once. Then it failed and continually registered 248 degrees even when sitting on a table at 70 degrees. I used it to monitor water temperature for homebrewing. Read morePublished 27 days ago by J. Golden
My unit is incredibly inconsistent with temperature readings. It will move 10-15deg (F) after it "settles" and likes to randomly turn off. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Miller