Instant Read Display Digital Food/Meat Thermometer- Battery Powered
This Instant Read Meat Thermometer provides accurate temperature readings in 5 seconds. Cooking thermometer probe with a wide temperature range of -50°C~+300°C (-58°F~+572°F), and accuracy of ±1°C/°F.
It is designed with professional motion detection technology, using a food-grade stainless steel thermometer probe with a one-key opening.
The digital thermometer only needs to insert the probe into the food or liquid to get the temperature, it can measure the temperature sensitively in 3-5 seconds, if the reading is kept for 15 minutes, the digital thermometer will turn off automatically
The food thermometer has a 140mm stainless steel probe, so you don't have to worry about getting too close to the surface of hot food or food without being getting your skin burned.
Scope of application: It is an ideal solution for roasting, baking, frying, making candy, or testing the temperature of the liquid, beer, wine, tea, coffee, milk, soup, etc.
- Colour: White
- Material: ABS
- Size: 245 x 25mm
- Weight: 90g
- Functions: Digital Thermometer
- Battery Information: 1.5V(LR44) x1 (included)
- Temperature range : -50°C~+300°C (-58°F~+572°F)
- Resolution : 0.1°C(<=100°C); 0.5°C(>100°C)
- Accuracy : ±1°C/°F
- Automatic Shutdown: after 15mins of no operations
- Buttons: ON / OFF, ° C / ° F, HOLD
- 1x Digital Thermometer
- 1x User Manual
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