Combination in-oven thermometer for measuring meat temperatures with built-in timer and bonus pan clip attachment Stainless-steel probe with high-heat silicone cord safely monitors food temperatures - no need to remove it from the meat or open the oven door Temperature readout from 32°F to 392°F (0°C to 200°C), Optional alert notifies when temperature is reached Memory function saves the last programmed temperature for quick use, Easy-read, flip-top display sits on the counter or mounts to the wall with high strength magnets For over 41 years, Polder believes in customer satisfaction and guarantees all of our products. If you are not satisfied, please contact our customer service for a replacement or refund. The Polder Digital In-Oven Thermometer/Timer provides accurate and safe cooking results for novice or experienced cooks alike. Insert the extra-long high heat probe into the meat and program the easy-to-use display to the desired taste and temperature between 32°F and 392°F for accurate results. The memory function saves the last used temperature eliminating the need for constant reprogramming. A bonus pan clip is included to securely hold the probe in place when baking or frying. One AAA battery and USDA food temperature cooking chart is included so it’s ready to use right out the package.
This device is proving to be incredibly useful for baking, grilling, and frying. Highlights:* Thermometer is accurate. The temperature alarm is GREAT to have.* It has a timer, which can run at the same time as the temperature alarm.* The probe is well-made. Temps are detected at the tip, so you can get a reading on a thin steak or hamburger.* The probe clip is very handy for monitoring oil in deep frying.* The cord is plenty long, so you can run it out of the oven ..
A common problem with previous Polder thermometers I have owned is that if you get the bare, metal probe cord wet, water can get into the probe itself and ruin it by throwing off the temperature readings. I have thrown away several probes because of this, especially since I use these thermometers for beer making.Some reviewers complained that the cord was rubber and not metal like in the picture, when in fact this is a HUGE improvement over the old probes and that ..