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Taylor Digital Meat Thermometer with Probe Plus Timer

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Taylor Digital Meat Thermometer with Probe Plus Timer
This easy-to-read digital meat thermometer from Taylor makes it simple to cook any burger, roast, or steak to perfection. The readout is backlit, making it clear and easy to read. It also features preset taste levels. Set the programmable temperature alarm to alert you when your dinner is just the way you want it. With a temperature range of 32-392°F, you can meet anyone's preference and make sure your meat is cooked to a safe level.
  • Digital thermometer
  • Backlight for easy reading
  • Stainless steel probe with silicone covered cord
  • Temperature range 32-392°F
  • Preset taste levels
  • Programmable temperature alarm
  • Magnet, countertop, or clip positioning
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries (included).
  • Measures 9-1/4"W x 5-3/4"H x 1-1/2"D
  • Wipe clean
  • Made in China
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1 Year Warranty

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Not worth the money

By John L A

from Northern Kentucky

Pros

  • Keeps Time
  • Measures Temperature

Cons

  • Bad Design
  • Hard To Read

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    Comments about Taylor Digital Meat Thermometer with Probe Plus Timer:

    It does keep time and measures temperature. However the functionality is a joke. The casing is cheap, the time numbers are too small, and its far larger than needed. The button for the light is located inconveniently on the back. It feels like the act of removing the timer from a magnetic surface is going to pull the clip off the back.

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