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Polder Cooking Thermometer with Timer and Clock

by Polder
73 customer reviews

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  • Digital thermometer with wire and 7-inch probe
  • Pre-settable temperature range in Celsius or Fahrenheit
  • LCD readout on magnetized display presents internal temperature
  • Independent timer may be used as convenient kitchen clock
  • Hand washable; AAA battery included

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$44.49 & FREE Shipping. Details Only 1 left in stock. Sold by KleinCreek and Fulfilled by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.

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Polder's cooking thermometer with timer and clock rids cooking of internal temperature guesswork. Insert the 7-inch probe and set the alarm temperature--in Celsius or Fahrenheit. The large LCD readout on the magnetized display presents the internal temperature continuously during cooking. The loud five-minute alarm gives you plenty of time to respond. Also, when not in use, the independent timer may be used as a convenient kitchen clock. --Madeleine Miller


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 5 x 1 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00004S4U0
  • Item model number: 601-90
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #314,133 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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81 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 20, 2001
This has to be the best thermometer for meat. It has some really great features:
1. A long thin cable that can exit your oven door so that the module can rest on a nearby counter.
2. A long enough probe to easily enter any kind of roast.
3. The probe is curved for easy manipulating and insertion.
4. The display gives you info on what kind of meat and its recommended temp.
5. You can over-ride the temp to your own taste (we do turkey at 162-165, for example.)
6. It is easy to read.
7. The display folds upwards so you can glance at it on the counter.
8. It has a good alarm sound.
We just made a turkey with it last night and it was absolutely perfect. The breast cooked to 162. We finished the legs and thighs in the oven as we carved the breast as they need more time and we always do them this way to make sure the breast meat is moist. (We could have put a foil tent over the breast also but we like this method as the thighs stay hot.)
You can pull out those pop-up timers and pitch them away, or buy a bird without them. Either way, this thermometer will do the job expertly.
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105 of 108 people found the following review helpful By apoem TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 9, 2002
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This is a great item to have in your kitchen. It makes cook so much easier. You can tell exactly when a roast is done or a chicken is cooked to a high enough temp.
You can set the clock to beep at a certain time, or at a set temperature. I like that it has a magnet on the back. I'm able to store my unit on the refridgerator and use it as a timer too.
It is a small unit and that makes for easy storage.
Although I haven't had any problems with mine yet, I'd just be warned that all over the directions it talks about the damage that water and other liquids can cause. I'm very careful with my unit, but I can see how, with very little effort, it can be ruined by liquids.
I did some research before buying this. I found that there were cheaper ones out there that won't work as well or may have more problems. I also found better quality ones that don't seem so fragile, but they were also much more expensive. For the money, I thought this was one of the best buys.
If something did happen and I ruined this one, I'd buy a new one with out hesitation. It is just that useful to have around.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By E. Thompson on December 2, 2000
Okay, I love the accuracy, and the convenience of having the sensor in the oven with the readout inside. Adding the clock function was very handy (previous models lacked such).
The problem I have is with the temp probes. They are not sealed - water and/or cooking juices can get down in them, and it will *wreak havoc* on the probe. First, accuracy dies, then the probe dies. The instructions caution you to not immerse the probe; translate this as "wash carefully, dry thoroughly, pray it doesn't get splashed or basted by accident". Note that Polder will not replace the probes under warranty if they're fouled this way. It's an adjunct in my kitchen, not a replacement for their Professional Instant Read, which is NSF rated for cleanability.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Colin Povey on December 4, 2001
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This is an excellent product. It makes roasting meat as easy as 1-2-3. Products come out of oven cooked exactly right, as faster than use of other thermometers, as you don't lose heat by opening the door to check the temperature. Really helps to prevent overcooking things like turkey, roast beef, etc.

You can also time something while using the temperature probe to cook another thing.

So, why only 4 stars? Two reasons:

1. Setting temperature to alarm at is not intuitive.

2. Probe is not water proof, and if water gets into the stem of the probe, it's dead.

But I still love the two I have, and if one breaks, I'll replace it with another.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By The Library Lady on May 5, 2004
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Evidently the people complaining about this item are not reading the instructions or using it correctly:
1)You have to read the instructions to learn how to set it up--just like a VCR, DVD or any other device--which is probably the answer for the person with the HI/LO problem.
2) You have to insert the probe in all the way to get a correct reading--and you have to avoid bones in the meat. If the probe is halfway out, it can't get an accurate reading!
3) As for the person whose thermomete died after putting it into a 750 degree oven, where was that oven from--Mars. Conventional ovens generally only go up to 500-550 degrees. What were they cooking at that sort of heat anyway--a dragon?
This thermometer works beautifully--with it I have made the best meats I have probably ever cooked. Yes, you have to treat it gently, but if you want something that you can bang around with impunity, go buy a cheap thermometer in the supermarket and be done with it, or be prepared to replace this one time and again.
One small gripe: no on/off switch, so I have to keep removing the battery and reversing it to store it. Otherwise, nothing but praise.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 16, 2000
I received this timer as a gift and it looked complex. Was I ever wrong! It's small (just an ounce or so). It's magnetized so it can attach to the refrigerator or sit on a surface. It's easy to set in minutes and/or hours, and the time you set (though easy to change) is remembered. The battery is still plugging away, two or three years after I received it. It can be used as a timer only--with a loud alarm that keeps bugging you for 5 minutes and ALSO keeps track of the time you ignored it! It ALSO has an attachment that you plug into an oven roast and that runs temperature information through a cable to the device, which sits outside the oven. You can set the timer to warn you when the internal temperature reaches the level you specify--great for the 5-pound turkey breast or the rib roast. I've also used this as an alarm clock, and to time activities in a college class. UNBEATABLE--and I've been through a lot of wind-up-battery-run-out timers in my life. No more. This thing would get ten stars if they were available.
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