March 19, 2010

Taylor 9842 Commercial Waterproof Digital Thermometer

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We use our waterproof digital thermometer all the time - mostly for knowing the right temperature to brew different teas at. It's also really great for knowing when that roast or turkey is done. The probe is made of a stainless-steel stem, and comes with an antibacterial storage and carrying sleeve. Temperature range of -40 to 450 degrees F so you can run the gambit on just about anything sans lava.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 19, 2010 7:56 AM
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I am not impressed with this product in use in a commercial kitchen. I have had to send back to many of this unit to customer service it hardly makes the time worth it. I would recommend the Cooper DFP450W waterproof digital thermometer with a range of -40° to 450°F and a max temperature button, great for running through a wear-washer to make certain you are in compliance with HACAP regulations. It also has a built in temperature range tone that will beep after the set temperature is reached.


Posted by: neagle at March 30, 2010 11:16 PM
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