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Taylor Precision Products Digital Cooking Thermometer/Timer
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- This digital thermometer measures temperatures from 32- to 392-degrees Fahrenheit.
- A durable stainless steel probe with a 4-foot silicone cord allows monitoring of food without removing it from the oven.
- Additional features include an automatic time and temperature alarm.
- Features a stand-up display for countertop use, or a magnet for attachment to an oven door.
- Requires two (2) AAA batteries (included).
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The Taylor Digital Cooking Thermometer/Timer provides superior results for professional and amateur chefs alike. This digital thermometer measures temperatures from 32- to 392-degrees Fahrenheit. A durable stainless steel probe with a 4-foot silicone cord allows monitoring of food without removing it from the oven. Additional features include an automatic time and temperature alarm. Features a stand-up display for countertop use, or a magnet for attachment to an oven door. Requires two (2) AAA batteries (included).
Opening the oven to check on a food's temperature means wasting the cook's time and losing oven temperature and moisture--not to mention a face full of steam. This thermometer prevents those problems. Insert the instrument's 6-inch stainless-steel probe into a roast beef or turkey and monitor the time and temperature (from 32 to 392 degrees F) on the thermometer's large digital display, which connects to the probe with a 4-foot cord. The control panel sets cooking time and temperature, and an alarm sounds when either is reached. Fully opened, the thermometer/timer is 5 inches high, but it folds flat for compact storage. Magnets on the back permit it to be temporarily mounted on a metal surface. --Fred Brack
Top Customer Reviews
* This one, which I still use daily and think of in terms of "better the Devil you know..."
* The similar-looking but less well-thought-out Oneida 31161 Digital Thermometer & Timer, which is annoyingly loud and also scoots backwards when you press Start/Stop.
* The Oregon Scientific AW131 Grill Right Wireless Talking Oven/Barbeque Thermometer, which is a horrible "talking" design (but choose the rather lovely French version) with a stiff learning curve that is utterly unaided by the manual, but has ONE feature that makes it worth learning and makes me forgive all its sins: its probe can survive 572 F.
* The Maverick Wireless Cooking Thermometer, which works well, but I don't quite get the point of the "iPod interface"
So, to this one. First thing you need to know is: buy a spare probe, because they don't last very long. The cord can be damaged by heat greater than 350F. That is just too low - there are many times when hotter ovens are necessary. When a probe goes bad, there is no indication until an expensive roast gets carbonized. This, of course, always seems to happen when guests are present. Spare probes are available at a decent price from taylorusa dot com. Come to think of it: get two.Read more ›
Still, the probe does melt down as other have said. I typically get about 30 to 50 uses before I need to purchase another. The problem occurs mostly when the oven temp exceeds 350, as I lose most probes when baking breads. Still, I can't live without it, I just wish Taylor would start selling a package of probes for my dozen `timers' that I have sitting around the kitchen. It would be 5 stars if the probes didn't die.
Taylor Model #1470 additional probes are available at the listed price of
$5.00 each. Taylor does not take credit cards or Cod, personal check or
money order will do. Please when ordering please write the part number
(#1470RP) somewhere on the check or money order. Please make out to the
Taylor Precision Products
2220 Entrada del Sol
Las Cruces, NM 88001
Attn: E. Salas
Although the thermometer is cheap having to go through so many probes is absolutely ridiculous.
I am looking for an alternative.
Taylor website less than helpful. Can not find replacement probes. Nice when it worked but not worth the price per use.
The device is amazingly easy to use. If you can program a digital watch, you can figure this gadget out. It also has a timer function in case you are working on two dishes at once.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice product easy to get the settings going the length of the cord for the probe is just right to use it while baking or roasting excellent priced as I seen other similar... Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Carlos R. Baez
This worked for all of 3 months and now the temp is no where near what the thermometer states. I ruined 2 batches of yogurt due to this being way off before I realized it wasn't... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Amy T.
I bought this taylor digital thermometer in March 22, 2013 for some reason the temp read out is stuck on Lo. Nothing in the little 4 page instruction says anything about Lo. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Glen W. McBride
Purchased two of these. Placed both in the same pot to test accuracy. They were about 13 degrees off from one another and both were wrong. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer