Comark Cooking-Cooling Thermometer with Stainless Probe
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Ideal for economic HACCP compliance Choice of cooking or cooling alarm Alarm sounds when desired temperature is reached Alarm can be set for temperature or time Can be switched from F to C Adjustable back with magnet Supplied with AAA battery 36 inch stainless steel, heat resistant probe can be used even when oven or refrigerator door is closed (probe lead is not waterproof) Measurement Range F 4 to 392 C -10 to 200 Accuracy 3.5F
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I've tested the 14° to 392°F (10° to 200°C) range with another digital thermometer and everything accurately checks out.
The device is also a valuable temperature alarm, to notify you when your meal has reached the exact degree of doneness -or if your freezer or refrigerator is malfunctioning.
But be sure to refer to the included, and detailed, operation instructions, as it's impossible to figure out how this versatile device works without it. If you lose the instructions, the amazon.com pdf file can be downloaded with a "Component Design NW - Model DTTC operating instructions" google search.
And what I really like about this device is its ability to conveniently run off of one AAA rechargeable NiMH battery. This is in sharp contrast to my other, industrial grade, Component Design NW Model TSP572 digital thermometer which uses two AAA alkaline batteries -and won't run at all with rechargeable batteries.
The most disappointing thing, though, is that the manufacturer, Comark, has a one-year warranty, and won't service a unit beyond that point, even if I'm willing to pay for it. "You'll have to buy a new one", according to customer service. Since I know of other people who've had similar failures with this exact same thermometer, there is no way I'm going to waste my money on another one.
I realize that other manufacturers have similar warranties on their thermometers, but at least I won't be buying a product that has a proven history of repeated failure. Lesson learned!