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Taylor Precision Products Connoisseur Digital Dual Probe Thermometer
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- This digital thermometer measures temperatures from 16- to 302-degrees Fahrenheit.
- An oversized readout allows for at-a-glance readings from almost any angle.
- Features preset temperatures for a variety of meats to aid in cooking.
- The thermometer beeps and flashes to warn when the desired temperature is about to be reached.
- Requires two (2) AAA batteries (included).
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The Taylor Connoisseur Digital Dual Probe Thermometer is accurate and easy to use, perfect for professional and amateur chefs alike. This digital thermometer measures temperatures from 16- to 302-degrees Fahrenheit. An oversized readout allows for at-a-glance readings from almost any angle. Features preset temperatures for a variety of meats to aid in cooking. The thermometer beeps and flashes to warn when the desired temperature is about to be reached. Requires two (2) AAA batteries (included).
Top Customer Reviews
It does do two temperatures, and has two probes, and works correctly...
The image above implies that you can read both temperatures simultaneously, which you can't. You have to manually switch from one to the other, which is confusing, because you forget which is which, and you never know which one you are looking at after you walk away. I thought they would display above and below the line... and of course, they don't.
Why didn't they mention that? Because they know people won't like it.
1. I boiled water and compared the readings of my Mavericks ET733 and the Taylor Connoisseur Digital Probes. All 4 probes were within 2 degrees of each other. Frankly, for my amateur status that is more than accurate enough. Since I am going to be using this for BBQ, my target temps will be right around 200, so being accurate at boiling was most important (I should point out that at room temp there was a variance between the two probes of 10F so if you are using this for cold items, I am not sure I would recommend it).
2. Taylor's website says you can program your own temp. The instruction manual does not have an option nor could I find a way to do this by hitting various combinations of buttons. This is why I dropped a star. This means I can't set a temp of approx 200 (since none of the presets go about approx 180F).
So overall, it will do nicely as a meat thermometer for my use. I will be using my Maverick ET733 to measure my Smoker and grill temps, and use this to measure meat temps (since ultimately I won't have to worry about the internal meat temps until close to the end of the BBQ). These are much cheaper than an ET733, so I can justify buying multiples of these for the simple task of Meat temps.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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