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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
There are two things to consider. First of all, make sure to find the best spot to put the probe. I find that if I place the tip of the probe close to the deepest part of the breast, I get the best results. It helps to just insert the probe, wait for the temperature to read, and then to move it around until you find the coldest spot. Because the coldest spot will also be the last spot to reach the desired temperature. Secondly, I read on several reviews that their thermometer just reads LO. This usually happens when you insert the probe into a part of the meat that has a temperature below the range of the thermometer. The second this part reaches a higher temperature, the thermometer picks up and reads it. So if your thermometer comes up with a LO reading, turn it off, let the meat bake in the oven for about 10 to 15 minutes, and then turn the thermometer back on again. This is my second thermometer, and I have never had any issues with it. This is a great thermometer, especially at the price, that will guarantee perfectly cooked meat and super-juicy poultry breasts every time.
When I received this one I was very disappointed to discover that the probe wire now has a plastic or rubber covering instead of the braided wire cover that all of the past units had.
I have read that this wire has a tendency to melt if it contacts higher temperatures. This happened to me the first time I put it in a roast in the oven and closed the door.
In addition, the company manufacturing this has made the wires inside the covering so thin and brittle that they break from the fatigue of normal bending.
The metal probe itself is also of a much lower quality, Taylor has made the metal the probe of this item of such poor quality that with the first use, when the probe was inserted in the roast, the metal probe bent.
With the braided metal covering of the past I never had a problem of the wire being damaged from heat, or the probe bending, but with this new unit this is no longer the case, which is why I gave this item two stars.
BUT, this has allowed Taylor, the company manufacturing this, to create a market for a new item:
Replacement wire/probe which they sell for MORE that the cost of a replacement thermometer: https://smile.amazon.com/Taylor-Precision-Replacement-Thermometer-Probe/dp/B0071NWE9O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490892344&sr=8-1&keywords=taylor+meat+thermometer+probe