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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.
- The thermometer is backed with a 1-year warranty and requires two (2) AAA batteries (included).
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The Taylor Digital Cooking Thermometer with Probe and 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. The thermometer is backed with a 1-year warranty and requires two (2) AAA batteries (included).
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You can set the temperature to alarm on what your baking or using a smoker/bbq grill and it gives a nice audible squeaky alarm when the temperature is reached. You can use it as a timer, or you can just use it without the timer or temp alarm going off and also start the clock to count how much time has passed. Just very user friendly and functional. I use eneloop rechargable batteries with the unit and have had no operation issues with this unit.
I've seen some complaints that the probe/coord aren't heat/fire proof. Having used the probe in a charcoal grill, bbq electric smoker, and our kitchen's oven I have had no problems with melting of the probe cord. I do not allow the cord to touch open flame, because it's not fire proof, but the silicon cord it heat resistant. There's a different between fire proof and heat resistant. I have allowed the cord to have the oven door close on it, but not allow the cord to sit on the shelves inside the oven. I have allowed the cord to be lightly pinched by the web grill at some very high temperatures and not allowed the cord to come in contact with any of the grill grating without a problem. In our electric smoker I'm careful to run the probe cord through the vents in the back of the smoker and the only contact the probe has is with the items being smoked and then carefully the cord is run out of the smoker vent and the unit pulled just "taught" enough so that it doesn't rest on the metal smoker.
The probe cord will darken with smoke from the grill and smoker, but you can clean most, but not all of it all. Depends upon how many times you use it to grill and smoke with. However, I treated the probe and cord gently so as not to stretch it too much or allow it to rest on hot things and only touch the hot cooking surfaces in 1 place. Letting the probe cord sit on the grate, in open flame, and so on will wear that cord out fast or melt it resulting in a ruined cord. I have used this unit for oven bakes up to 400 degrees, in smokers for up to 14 hours at temperatures at 200-250 degrees, and on the grill when the temperatures easily up to 500 degrees for up to 20 minutes.
There are different probe cords that a person can use if they plan on letting the probe/cord come into contact with large areas of high heat (over 350 degrees) or direct flame contact. This unit is designed for lower temperatures way below 600 degrees and most grills can easily get to 800 degrees when you're cooking on "high" with natural gas or a big load of charcoal/briquettes. Although I have used this unit in 600+ degree temperature grilling I was very careful not to let the cord come into contact with any part of the grill. I don't recommend it for that kind of use unless if you are willing to take that chance you'll ruin your probe's cord. I only have done this several times in a pinch when I didn't have one of my different temp units handy that are able to withstand those kind of high heat and flame environments.
If you want to use this for high temperature cooking indoors or outside, then I'd suggest looking at a different model which will cost you easily 10 times more than this unit costs and that's for a basic model. However, if you're wanting some for around the house for more normal cooking temperatures then I'd say you'd be perfectly fine with this unit as long as you're careful not to let the probe cord come into contact with grilling surfaces, heating elements, and direct flame. No temperature probe for under 20 dollars can't withstand that kind of use.
Say 3 times per week at 46 weeks equals 138 uses. (that's probably an overestimation) That's about $0.13 per use give an $18 purchase price for the stainless model. Not bad.
This hasn't happened to me but I've read the probe stops working and it's $$ to replace.
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