|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 6.2 x 1.7 inches|
|Item model number||RP2135|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RP2135|
Temperature Alert/Alarm for Freezer & Refrigerators
|Price:||$32.04 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Manufactured to warn about potential food spoilage and protect frozen foods
- Constructed with durable material
- Warns when voltage drops or malfunctions happen
- Three feet cable with probe sensor detects temperatures
- Includes AAA battery
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Top Customer Reviews
The suction cup will not work in freezing temperatures, and quickly loses its grip. And most annoyingly, the freezer alarm will sound if the freezer gets "too" cold!
I had planned on using the device to sound an alarm if the chest freezer in my garage failed. But the alarm keeps sounding, telling me that my freezer is too cold!!! I happen to be glad that my freezer is at or below zero. I wanted an alarm that would tell me if the freezer failed. Not that my freezer was too cold. Ridiculous.
That said, the thermometer is accurate to within 1 degree plus or minus and it works exactly as I hoped it would. The only solution to avoid this would be some kind of flat sensor wire but I suspect this is not a problem for more modern frost-free freezers.
My freezer is rather old and runs at -9F, while the sensor goes off at any temperature above -11F.
Well, this one works OK as a thermometer... I haven't verified that the temperatures are accurate, but it seems to work ok. However, the alarm doesn't work so well. I bought this to monitor an upright deep freeze we have, in case the power went out to it (circuit tripped, etc.) It turns out this alarm seems to go off at too COLD of a temperature, as well as too warm... for cold, it seems like anything below maybe -8F and the alarm goes off?? Our freezer normally runs at -10F or -11F, so the alarm is constantly on... (useless) so we have to turn that off.
The other thing is that the cord for the probe is a little too big in diameter, it causes a little leak on the door seal, which makes a bunch of ice & frost in the freezer, which worsens the seal... so I'll probably be ditching this temp gauge altogether...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for an older freezer that didn't have an alarm, after a mishap. Alarm is loud enough that you can hear it and respond before you loose everything in the freezer.Published 7 months ago by Beth A. Gantt
Most freezers have a defrost cycle, and this always alarms on it. So the alarm is off. need to be able to set the alarm temp.Published 11 months ago by D. Mackmick
Everything worked as expected, but then several weeks later the alarm would not be quiet
so I turned the alarm feature OFF.
This works fine..easy to install but....the alarm is not very loud ....Published 12 months ago by Eileen Hannon