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-58℉~ 842℉ Digital Laser Infrared Temperature Gun $7.79 FS w/Prime

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Infrared temperature gun. I use this all the time. 7.79 after coupon code Code:BS4V65Z4. Originally 12.99.
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FYI, Fakespot: B
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FYI, Fakespot: B
I don't trust them anymore. They gave Anova reviews a bad score
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The AC price is lowest on record according to Keepa.
This is a very useful tool in garage and kitchen.
I use mine for finding leaks around windows or doors.
Also comes in hand cooking in oven and grill.
My only complaint is they tend to drain batteries even when not in use for extended periods of time, so if you plan on storing for a while it I'd recommend removing battery (as with most devices).
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The AC price is lowest on record according to Keepa.
This is a very useful tool in garage and kitchen.
I use mine for finding leaks around windows or doors.
Also comes in hand cooking in oven and grill.
My only complaint is they tend to drain batteries even when not in use for extended periods of time, so if you plan on storing for a while it I'd recommend removing battery (as with most devices).
Not as handy in the kitchen as one may think. I've personally measured a ~150F delta between an equally heated cast iron and polished aluminum pan. It's not an accuracy issue but rather due to emissivity of the different surfaces.

http://blog.thermoworks.com/2012/...ermometry/
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Can these be used to read body temps?
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Genuinely curious, what can these be used for?
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Genuinely curious, what can these be used for?
Temp readings at a distance.

It *can* read body temps but if you're using something with a range of -50 to 840F to diagnose a fever, you're gonna have a bad time.
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Genuinely curious, what can these be used for?
  • See how hot your cat gets basking in the sun
  • Check on temperature of things like charcoal when grilling
  • See if certain devices are actually working properly
  • Find hot / cold spots (although there's better, much more expensive tech for that)
Some people will have fun with it for a few minutes then never touch it, other people will find it a handy thing to have around. Depends on your needs tbh. It's not a must have for most though.
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  • See how hot your cat gets basking in the sun
  • Check on temperature of things like charcoal when grilling
  • See if certain devices are actually working properly
  • Find hot / cold spots (although there's better, much more expensive tech for that)
Some people will have fun with it for a few minutes then never touch it, other people will find it a handy thing to have around. Depends on your needs tbh. It's not a must have for most though.
The maintenance guy in our building uses it to check vents to make sure they're blowing the right temp.
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I keep one by a heavily trafficked shower. It takes a while for the hot to get to the shower and this eliminates having to step in to freezing water or waiting to see steam on the windows.

I also like to monitor the temperature at which my eggs fry perfectly.

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I use one for my aquarium. Seems to be pretty accurate, or at least my Betta hasnt died yet...
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I keep one by a heavily trafficked shower. It takes a while for the hot to get to the shower and this eliminates having to step in to freezing water or waiting to see steam on the windows.

I also like to monitor the temperature at which my eggs fry perfectly.
i guess i'm old fashion... but i just stick my hand under the water to test the temperature before jumping right in...
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The maintenance guy in our building uses it to check vents to make sure they're blowing the right temp.
Yes, that's a way but if lets say your electric company comes out to test for leaks, unless they're poor they're going to be using an infrared camera, not a gun. It's far more capable and also a lot more expensive.
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i guess i'm old fashion... but i just stick my hand under the water to test the temperature before jumping right in...
Given how our shower is set up, you can't touch it without stepping in it. And we have little children using it.
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