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  • posted bybeta34 on 07/25/2013

    Long probe. Seems to be more or less waterproof. Works up to 300 °C. Pretty accurate Response is rather slow. Display becomes unreadable if upper case gets too warm (from steam or the like) It's okay quality-wise, but for temperatures much above 100 °C, you may need to keep the display... Read more

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  • posted byFishyFishCZ on 01/22/2013

    * For the price it is very well made. * I think I can say it is decently accurate * Sharp metal probe with plastic cover * Plastic cover hard to clean after use in liquids * Display is hard to read in low temperatures Since I bought it I found many oportunities to measure temperature in houshold... Read more

    Overall view °C or °F display with buttons Probe without plastic cover

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  • posted byRgilberto on 12/02/2012

    Very good thermometer, Very usefull (actually it depends of your need for a thermometer) i use it to measure water temperature in buildings, and it has a good precision none up to now... didn't see any problem on it. But the buttons seems kind of waek... but they're working fine, just hard to of... Read more

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  • posted byratronix on 07/04/2012

    It is very hard, accurate and well built. the hole in the bottom allows to measure boiling water accurately without the metal needle to touch the bottom of the pot (made of metal and then hotter) i haven't found any yet, but i don't know if the plastic would endure very hight temperatures it is a... Read more

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  • posted byLODVG on 05/17/2012

    Great gadget, you can measure temperature in a very high range of temperatures. The build quality is very good, looks like solid thermosett plastic that is good to use even in high temperature. I didn't try it in the oven but it seems like it works there. I tried to measure the refrigirator and I... Read more

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  • posted byhshalom on 06/10/2011

    I bought this thermometer in order to measure the temperature of my pool before I take my children inside the water. It provides an initial reading very quickly. The display is very clear, and it can switch between F and C. I did not have any issue with the buttons or display. It has a long which... Read more

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  • posted byantispam2468 on 04/03/2011

    - Has a wide range of temperature measurements - Can easily switch between C and F - Simple to function - Works with a variety of things, including taking body temperature or testing water temps. - Temp is accurate and calculated quite quickly. - Updates on the fly so no waiting for a single like... Read more

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  • posted byzmeios on 01/26/2009

    This is a great wide-range thermometer. It is advertised as a turkey-meter :) (a thermometer used to cook meat) but I use it for hobby work involving heating materials and surfaces. Did not bother to verify the accuracy, but it seems about right. At least it's OK in the room temperature range, of... Read more

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  • posted byzzonbi on 11/15/2008

    -accuracy: in water forming ice shows 0.0C, in boiling water 100.0C Shows the same body temperature as a medical Hg thermometer. So it is at least 1/1000 accurate. -useful temperature range -low thermal inertia, adapts quickly to new temperatures, yet the readings aren't 'jumpy' -pleasant aspect,... Read more

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  • posted byshusting on 10/16/2008

    -Large size - this can easily be used on items like large turkeys and still reach the centre. -Thick, sturdy probe. Doesn't look like it's going to break anytime soon. -Excellent build quality. -This thermometer takes a while to sweep a long range (i.e. room temp to boiling), much like a liquid a... Read more

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