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Polder Digital In-Oven Thermometer/Timer, Graphite color
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- Combination probe thermometer and timer takes the guesswork out of cooking
- Pre-settable alarm temperature range is from 32 to 392 degrees F,
- Memory function saves last used temperature 5 minute alarm
- Includes bonus pan clip, 2 rear wall mount magnets, USDA food temperature cooking chart
- Powered by 1 AAA battery (included). The upper limit for the silicone probe remains 362 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Some reviewers complained that the cord was rubber and not metal like in the picture, when in fact this is a HUGE improvement over the old probes and that it appears to still be the metal, braided cable only it's now covered in the watertight rubber seal. Us home brewers used to go to great lengths to try and waterproof these cables ourselves. Thankfully now Polder has done it for us.
I can assure you that the temperature reads accurately since I used it in conjunction with a candy thermometer the first couple times I used it. The alarm and timer functions are invaluable. The pan clip is what prompted me to get this in the first place; the watertight probe was just a pleasant surprise.
Although you cannot technically turn it off, the amount of power this thing uses from a single AAA battery (included) is negligible and single AAA batteries are not going to break the bank. Overall, this is the best Polder thermometer I have owned yet, mainly thanks to its new watertight probe cable. Thanks Polder.
Disappointing when you like a product for functionality only to have it stop functioning in such a short time.
Updated 2/1/13 - It is quite possible I damaged the probe with improper cleaning technique. I was researching a replacement to this thermometer and found almost every digital probe thermometer out there had complaints about the probe going out in short order. Finally, on a blog about meat smokers, I found a thread that discussed the issue and it was pointed out that when cleaning the probe, care must be taken to not immerse where the probe meets the cable -- that water getting into the probe from this point was the most common reason for the failure.
You can set the alarm to go off when it reaches whatever temperature you set it for and the alarm is nice and loud . The reason I got this was for yogurt making . I wanted to have an alarm to let me know when the milk had cooled to the proper temperature instead of having to check it every 15 minutes . One problem though : You can only use the temperature alarm feature when going *UP TO* a temperature . If you have the milk at 180 degrees and set the temperature alarm to go off at 115 degrees the alarm goes off immediately because the temp has already reached or surpassed 115 degrees . In other words this thermometer is worthless for what I had hoped to use it for . You cannot set the temperature alarm to *GO DOWN TO* a given temperature which is too bad . Still, this is a well built easy to use thermometer ... just not what I had hoped for.
Need to find a quality product because this is not it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was a gift. She cooks a lot. Hope she enjoyed this Thermometer.Published 1 day ago by Gail W Gilbert
So far works great, nice long flexible thermocouple lead. Very easy to program. Checked calibration (ice bath and boiling water) when I received it and found it right-on, +/-... Read morePublished 2 days ago by joseph obal
Recommended by Tim Ferriss. I love mine, I've had it for nearly 3 years. Fast and accurate.Published 3 days ago by Dean Stephens