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Last Edited by Shorted August 28, 2016 at 02:50 PM
  • 1" Dial
  • 5" Stem
  • Recalibration adjustment
  • Temperature range: -40/160 degree F
  • Application: refrigerators/freezers and air conditioners
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not very hot setting but good enough with $1 off to make it worth while to try thanks!
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Quote from littlenickysa View Post :
not very hot setting but good enough with $1 off to make it worth while to try thanks!
What do you mean? This is for cooling applications which would never see above 160 degrees
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Quote from smobysport View Post :
What do you mean? This is for cooling applications which would never see above 160 degrees
I use 200 degrees in all my cooking as many others do I'm sure which is why I'm trying one out as its close. I can usually tell if something is frozen or not but I can't put my finger in a 200 degree pot so I more of don't see the point I guess like one for a pool.
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I use 200 degrees in all my cooking as many others do I'm sure which is why I'm trying one out as its close. I can usually tell if something is frozen or not but I can't put my finger in a 200 degree pot so I more of don't see the point I guess like one for a pool.
This isn't for cooking.

Product Description
A sturdy one inch diameter dial thermometer complete with a five inch long stem. The housing is stainless steel and is waterproof. A flexible plastic pocket case complete with clip is furnished. Other features include easy reading large numerals, and recalibration adjustment for continued accuracy. Temperature range: -40/160 degree F.
. Application: refrigerators/freezers and air conditioners.
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I use 200 degrees in all my cooking as many others do I'm sure which is why I'm trying one out as its close. I can usually tell if something is frozen or not but I can't put my finger in a 200 degree pot so I more of don't see the point I guess like one for a pool.
The point is setting your freezer and fridge to desired temperature. . You can also stick it in the vents on your car and see if it is cooling down the air enough compared to ambient temperature.
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This would be handy to have to stab into the air handler to see what the supply temperature is at. However the nerd in me would want to go with some kind of digital solution so I could do 24/7 data logging... Lol
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This thermometer is available on prime now for 2.40 any day of the week + 10 off coupon
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Quote from smobysport View Post :
The point is setting your freezer and fridge to desired temperature. . You can also stick it in the vents on your car and see if it is cooling down the air enough compared to ambient temperature.
my car overheats so that might really help somehow, to use when not cooking that is. which now doesn't make much sense now that you explained it more, but I like to keep more than one record sometimes. thanks.
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160max? No good for meat.
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160max? No good for meat.
Please read the description again - meant as an air conditioning tester.
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Dead yes?
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