5" Pocket Thermometer 50 to 550 Degrees Fahrenheit
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- Watertight lens
- Magnifying dial cover
- Temperature range of 50-550 degrees Fahrenheit
- NSF Listed
Customer questions about this product
- Can I calibrate this thermometer in ice water?
- Thermometers intended for measuring food and liquid with higher temperatures, such as this thermometer, should be calibrated in boiling water while those used for taking lower temperatures should be calibrated in ice water. To calibrate your thermometer in boiling water, bring clean water to a boil and place the thermometer probe into the boiling water for at least one minute. The thermometer should read between 210 and 214 degrees Fahrenheit. Record the difference and adjust your thermometer as needed.
Easily take appropriate temperature readings on your food products with this 5" pocket thermometer. This stainless steel pocket thermometer features a 1" dial and a 5" stem. It also has a plastic watertight lens, magnifying dial cover and recalibration nut. This pocket thermometer is NSF Listed with a temperature range of 50 to 550 degrees Fahrenheit.
Length of Probe: 5"
Width of Dial: 1"
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Overall User Rating: 5" Pocket Thermometer 50 to 550 Degrees Fahrenheit ( 4.5 stars from 16 reviews )
I love these Thermometers! Very accurate and fits easily in the chefs coat pocket, I gave these out to the guest in my cooking class, they love it! Thank you!
Kenyatta S. from Rescupies Posted on 05/19/2014
hard to read, and not really nsf. Only goes down to 50 degrees F, so no way to ice calibrate. the numbers are very small and super hard to read.
Karen B. from Gilpin Market Posted on 05/12/2014
Thank you for your review! This thermometer is intended to measure higher temperature food and liquid. To calibrate high temperature thermometers, place the probe in clean, boiling water rather than ice water. If the reading is still inaccurate, please contact a Customer Solutions Representative for further assistance.
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These are perfect pocket thermometers. I have about 5 of these and for the price you cant go wrong especially since these are always getting misplaced.
Anthony C. from Antonino's Catering Posted on 05/07/2014
I love this product my cook uses it to monitor temperature of food before serving it to the children. With in seconds it give her temperature for cooked foods.
Tammy O. from Kids are us Learning Center Posted on 03/30/2014
5" Pocket Thermometer 50 to 550 Degrees Fahrenheit. no better.this is what evey one needs buy a few have them around . great deal you can't go wrong.
Rich D. from desalvo's Posted on 12/16/2013
Having the milk at the right temperature is very important to making your own yogurt. I bought this thermometer just for that purpose and it did not disappoint. The yogurt came out well set. And you can't beat the webstaurant price.
Kehinde F. Posted on 06/04/2013
These little thermometers come in very handy, and are of a very good quality. And, as always, Webstaurant's price is very reasonable, and shipping is so quick.
Marolyn J. Posted on 04/09/2013
Nice thermometer that is more versatile than some as it can read a very wide range of temperatures. We uses it for food and oil temperature measurements.
Bill L. Posted on 02/07/2013
Bought a dozen of them because when you need a thermometer, you rarely have the time to look for one. They work just fine. They shouldn't be used for high precision or meat finishing temps, but they're cheap and do a reasonable job.
Sam M. Posted on 07/12/2012
This is a great little pocket thermometer. I use it in a whirly-pop stovetop popcorn popper that I roast my own coffee in. I was unable to find a thermometer that registered up to 550 degrees locally anywhere and the price was a pleasant surprise - thanks Webstaurant!!
Roberta G. from Home Use Posted on 04/23/2012
An inexpensive insurance policy against making your family sick on Thanksgiving (unless that's what you want). I use this thermometer all the time now for home-cooking. Aside from poultry, I find it especially useful for determining if homemade bread is done, because I have discovered that a bread can look gorgeous on the outside while it's still doughy on the inside. If I'm gonna knead dough, I want a better reward than a stomachache as the end result. I decided on an analog after reading a lot of negative reviews about electronic ones. I tested this, and it's very accurate, which was a nice surprise for the price.
Anne R. Posted on 03/13/2012
A great standard pocket thermometer! Great for checking proper internal cooking temperatures! Nice large easy to read display! Excellent price allows you to give these out to all of your employees!!
Eric K. Posted on 01/03/2012
Easy to clean & very accurate as far as temp readings. Good design, made of sturdy materials. Doesn't feel cheaply made in spite of the low price!
Debra B. Posted on 09/13/2011
Not much to say about this one, just a cheap food or oil pocket thermometer we use to check cooking oil temps in our outdoor propane tank
Tim S. from Calamitys Posted on 03/15/2011
Works really well, definitely reaches 550 degress, good catch on the price as well. Will definitely reorder this item again if my other one breaks.
Mary I. from Nanay's Sweet Delicacy Posted on 05/05/2010
Your standard pocket thermometer with plastic holder. Works great for verifying food is above the "danger zone". A must if you do a lot of off site catering.
Anthony D. Posted on 11/17/2009
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