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- Backlight lets you read LCD in dim light
- Durable stainless steel tines
- Comfort grip handle
- Auto off feature
- Measures in F or C degrees
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This digital fork has a handy hold button that locks in the current temperature reading on the large, 0.5-inch display panel. An on/off button and automatic shutoff extend the forks battery life. Other non-battery-powered features include a comfortable, nonslip rubberized handle, sturdy stainless-steel handles that easily lift large cuts of meat, and tapered tines that, when withdrawn from the meat, let the meat juices drain back in. This digital fork thermometer runs on one AAA battery (included), and is covered by a lifetime warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde
Top Customer Reviews
I checked the calibration by inserting it in a pan of boiling water and it measured 213 degrees. Solid ice will take it below freezing.
The hold button is very handy as the temperature will start to change rapidly as you remove the fork from the medium being measured.
The ability to measure in either the Celsius (centigrade) or Farenheit scale will be nice for some people although I prefer Farenheit for cooking.
Never having had an instant-read thermometer before, I thought it was normal to sit there for almost a minute waiting for the temperature to stabilize. Of course, that minute is a big deal if you've taken your steak off the heat and then have to put it back on.
Also, the tines are big, and you have to get a fair amount of them embedded into the meat to get an accurate temperature. You wind up putting big holes in the meat, which then leak a ton of juices. And for thinner steaks, it's hard to navigate in at an angle that lets you get enough of the tines in the middle.
For those reviewers who suggest it's great to have only one utensil: you really don't want to flip steak with a fork anyway. Every time you puncture the steak, you're losing juices. You're much better off with a grill spatula, and a fast thermometer with a small probe.
Actually, it made for a difficult moment when I was hosting and BBQing a rib roast. Because the unit malfunctioned and without any other therm. I had to guess the time. Luckily I guessed right.
It's now stored somewhere in a trash dump lol.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great at accurate temperature reading. Meet came out perfect. Mine broke after about a year. The electronic readout went bad.Published 7 months ago by lynn turner
It seems to work okay, but I haven't tested it yet on thick meats.Published 11 months ago by Ken Webmaster Truth Facts Net
This is 2nd Fork, still use the first one. Only problem is if someone who isn't use to this fork try's to wash it in water rather than a damp rag. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Elad
This thermometer is really slow. You burn your hand before you get a reading. To make up for that, it is really inaccurate. The readings you finally get are wrong.Published 15 months ago by James R Goble