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VeeGee Soil and Compost Test Dial Thermometer with Glass Face
|Price:||$22.05 - $135.02|
|Brand Name||Vee Gee Scientific|
Vee Gee brand dial thermometers are an excellent choice for many applications including food and ... See more product details
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My only complaint concerns the packaging in which it was sent. The first one I received had the stem bent and the thermometer face broken due to being packed in a flimsy cardboard box with no internal support and no protection for the glass face. I returned it to Amazon, and the second one I received was packed the same way. It's stem was slightly bent, but the glass face wasn't cracked, so I reluctantly kept it. Never before have I received such a poorly packed item from Amazon. Hope this is not a trend.
It works exactly as described. The dial is clear & easy to read. A great tool for measuring the temperature of the soil in my worm farm. :p
It appears to be accurate, from my checks with a digital device. I think all and all a good item for the price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Seems to work very well. Use it to double check our horse manure compost pile.Published 6 months ago by Liz
Works perfectly and it is a quality instrument. Great price.Published 9 months ago by Charles D. Brannaka
I'm not only using it for soil testing but also for some poured concrete sculptures in sub freezing weather. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gary L Hauschulz
Very heavy duty thermometer, especially the 1/4" probe; you'd be hard pressed to accidentally damage it. Face is very easy to read from several feet away.Published 15 months ago by (a)Typical Engineer