|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 1.5 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||IRB220-F-6.5|
|Size||7.5" H x 1.5" W x 1.5" D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||5 Year Limited|
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CDN IRB220-F-6.5 ProAccurate Insta-Read Beverage and Frothing Thermometer-NSF Certified
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- NSF Certified-1.5-inch /3.8 cm magnified dial
- 6.5-inch stem perfect for large frothing pitchers
- Adjustable stainless steel clip-Recalibratable
- Measurement Range:0 to 220 F/-18 to +104 C
- 5 year limited warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
Reads temperature rapidly
Has correct temperature marking for frothing milk and beverages.
Tall, it sticks way out of my frothing pitcher.
Who should buy this? Someone looking for more consistency to their steamed milk in their coffee beverages.
My only complaint with it is the size, it is rather tall and sticks out the top of my pitcher. The sensor is also located about 2" from the end (there is a little dimple in the shaft), so it is actually outside of the cold milk (when I used 8 oz in my frothing pitcher). However, it still works well, as the temperature transmits up the metal shaft rapidly, but it would be more accurate if the sensor portion were immersed in the milk.
I would still buy this thermometer again, but I might look for a shorter version of it.
I could live with the dial steaming up and having to wait till it 'un-steamed' to be able to read. I could live with the small dial. I could live with having to recalibrate every other week.
What I could NOT live with was it deciding to no longer register temperatures acurately AT ALL. After 3 months, suddenly it now spikes and pegs the dial on LESS THAN BOILING WATER. no temperatures are accurate any longer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ordered four of these. All displayed different temps by two or three degree. Using for air condition work so I followed the instructions for "calibrating" them at boiling... Read morePublished 11 days ago by John fisher
I go this for frothing milk after using it a few times I the needle will not get even close to zero
I put it in cold water over night
and still could not get it to... Read more
Broke after about 3 weeks, if you shake it the temperature readout varies by 80 degrees Fahrenheit. I tried recalibrating the temperature using ice water and boiling water to no... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nick
It works. I like that it has its own protective plastic case, since the bottom tip is sharp. The clamp fits fine on my pot. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Isabella
Perfect way to get just the right temperature when frothing milk for your cappuccino. Easy to clean. Has a clip which helps keep in place in frother container. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alex
Perfect for monitoring temperature level when making my morning cappuccino! Very durable, I use it up to 3 times a day for over a year now.Published 10 months ago by J. Drane
The thermometer lasted me about two years of daily use with my lattes. Suddenly started making large jumps in temperature when it gets bumped, and despite recalibration my latte... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Shane E.