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ThermoWorks The Original Cooking Thermometer/Timer

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  • Rated #1 by Cook's Illustrated
  • Extremely easy to set
  • Digital display of food temperature, alarm temperature and countdown timer
  • Put the probe into food and close oven door. Set the temp and alarm will ring when done
  • Set any alarm temperature between 32 F and 392 F
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.9 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0019R4HQQ
  • Item model number: TW362B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (430 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,851 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The TW362B has a robust design and a slide switch so the unit can be powered off. The well-loved simplicity means you won't need to find the instructions each time you set an alarm. The stylish housing folds the display up for counter use or flat for less obtrusive magnetic mounting to an appliance door. This is a huge kitchen favorite in commercial and home kitchens as well as industrial and lab use. Buy several for the kitchen, the BBQ, the RV, the vacation home or as gifts for friends.


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Customer Reviews

Prime rib was perfectly cooked!!
Audrey
Been using mine for 3 years, same probe, works great!
BBQ Dude
It is very easy to use and accurate.
Sam's Dad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

163 of 164 people found the following review helpful By Busy Mom on March 26, 2010
I've been using this product for over 2 years and love it. I give it as wedding shower gifts, because it's one of my most useful kitchen tools. (Mine was marketed under the Sunbeam name, but it's absolutely IDENTICAL to this model TW362B, except mine has white buttons.) I've been researching these thermometers again, because I'm getting ready to buy a second one as a backup: I don't want to be without this item for even one day.

Before buying this model, I went through 2 other brands / models, and this one is best. I generally use it several times a week. For example, I insert it in my whole-wheat bread loaves after they've baked for 15 minutes; the alarm enables me to remove them from my baking stone at the perfect time, when the interior temp is 194. Keeping the probe in the loaf for a few minutes after removing the latter from the oven has enabled me to determine that residual heat causes the interior temp to rise to the desired 200 degrees. People compliment me on these loaves all the time, and I've never had a failure since I started using this tool.

My probe has been dropped numerous times, but I've never had to replace any parts and it's still working great.

I suspect the negative reviews are due to one of the following:

1) Some people appear to have been writing about the OLDER model, not the new and improved Model TW362B.

2) Maybe people have been using it at temps that are too high. Like ALL other probe-and-cable type thermometers that I've seen, this one can't be used in ovens that have been heated to high temps, and I wouldn't think it could tolerate the high heat of a grill, for instance. That may explain many of the failures people have written about!
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93 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Sandra E. Malkovsky on April 26, 2010
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I really am quite careful with my kitchen equipment so when this unit stopped working after a couple of uses, I assumed I had a defective unit, I returned it for another one. This one too died after a few uses. I read more about it on line, bought new one, and an extra probe because the manufacturer suggested it. I treated it with the most tender kid gloves and again I found after only two or three uses, it did not work. So I have given up, it is going to the electronic recycling. My last probe broke after one use. I am posting this only to help others not waste money!

Then I heard from ThermoWorks!

After posting the review above, I received an email, followed by a phone call from the company. The person who contacted me was very sincere and seemed to really believe in his product and wanted to help me figure out what I was doing to cause it to fail. He offered me a new unit for free if I would give it another try. I said no, I didn't have time to be testing it.
But he asked me some questions about how I used it and suggested what might be the problem. It seems that you have to be careful not to let the wire from the probe to the unit touch the oven rack or the roasting pan. He asked me if I had been careful to keep the wire taught to avoid this contact. I had to admit I had not, I do not remember this being part of the written instructions that came with the unit I bought, because as I said in my original post, I read and follow instructions carefully. (I wonder if such instructions now come with the unit!)

So I agreed to try again and he quickly sent me another unit with an extra probe. It was months before I finally tested it.
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By T. Sassen on November 1, 2010
I brought one of these oven thermometers/timers with me when I spent a year at the South African research station in Antarctica (SANAE IV). Although designed to be inserted into a piece of meat that is cooking in the oven, we have used it for many other things as well, namely: making yoghurt, baking bread and deep frying (though it's maximum temperature is only 200°C/392°F). My 9 team mates were so impressed by it, they each ended up buying (at least) one for themselves.

I would recommend buying a replacement probe as well. For under $10 it is your best insurance against an inaccurate probe - especially when you're stuck at the bottom of the planet. My probe was spot on for both the ice water and boiling water (corrected for altitude) tests.

One thing which the thermometer does not have (and would have been nice for our purposes) is the ability to sound the alarm when the temperature drops to a certain set temperature. The alarm only sounds when the temperature rises to a specific temperature from below (i.e. heats up). A cool down alarm would be especially nice to warn us when our warm milk had cooled to the correct temperature to add the yoghurt starter. Though I can understand that this is missing, as this is not the intended use for the thermometer.

All in all, I am very happy with this thermometer and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Craig on June 15, 2008
I use the Thermapen thermometer made by this same company and I wanted another one that I could set to beep at a certain temperature in the oven when it hits a certain degree. I even used it on the grill to cook steaks. I just closed the lid on the wire and found that lots easier than just probing the meat all the time. It works fine and I'm very happy with it.I will be buying another one for a friend.
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