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CDN Digital Food Thermometer with Timer


Digital Food Thermometer with Timer

$2574 /each
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Product Overview

Essential for the serious cook, digital probe thermometer provides an accurate, instant readout of internal temperatures during the cooking process. Easy to use, easy to read probe thermometer offers remote monitoring up to 100 feet away or direct monitoring. This probe offers pre-programmed and programmable settings for different meats and tastes. It has distinct audio/visual alerts for thermometer and timer functions with settings for pre-alert and overcooked alerts. There is a dual progress display and target range indication so that you may view remaining cooking time as well as time elapsed. This digital probe also features audio/vibrate alerts, distinct alerts for different settings, and sliding mode switches.

  • Temperature range: 32 to 212°F/0 to 100°C
  • 100 minutes by min/sec timer with big digit readout
  • 6.75 in. /17 cm probe with 39 in. /1 m high heat sensor cable
  • Premium grade 304 stainless steel probe for durability and performance
  • Durable ABS plastic
  • Package contains two pieces, a base and remote
  • Mounting: Base: belt clip/stand/loop
  • Remote: pocket clip/magnet/stand/loop
  • Temperature guide on thermometer
  • Easy on/off switch
  • Batteries include for base and remote
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Color Family
Stainless Look
Display Type
No Additional Features
Kitchen Product Type
Food Thermometers
Maximum Temperature (F)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 year limited warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

is this a leave in probe?

do i leave the probe in the turkey (meat) in a oil less fryer or on a grill while cooking
Asked by: Norris
The probe is certainly left in the meat while cooking. A metal wire leads from the probe to the base display unit which, of course, is outside the cooking device.
Answered by: bob821
Date published: 2015-12-30
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Customer Reviews

Digital Food Thermometer with Timer is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First Use Went Well My wife and I would never be confused for great chefs. We have actually used the product only once. IMO it worked as advertised. Its preset choices for cooking meat are government recommendations and not, I think, the values many chefs use. Yet I imagine that with experience one will be able to determine the temps one wants to use and one can program a wider range of other temps in the memory if one wishes. The remote seems to start displaying only after a relatively high temp is reached. As others have noted the remote does not display the changing temp itself as does the base unit. For us this is no problem whatsoever since the remote would only serve to be a reminder to look at the base unit when the time is close. In its first use the prime rib we did was quite close to what we wanted it to be. Note that we did take it out when the thermometer reached 145 degrees, covered it with foil, and allowed it to sit and continue to cook for about another 20 minutes on the counter top. No idea if the thermometer is going to be durable.
Date published: 2015-12-30
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