March 7, 2012

Review: Thermapen Thermometer Reads Temps Instantly

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Using the Thermapen is quick and easy. Here we
are testing the temperature of a cup of pressed coffee
that requires a brew temp of 186-190F.  

Just open the probe and the Thermapen comes on. Close it and it shuts off. No buttons or switches to catch germs, confuse you and cause errors. We used our Thermapen (thanks to ThermoWorks for sending) over the past weekend to test various brew temperatures in our coffee makers to seek a perfect brew. Temp readings from the Thermapen were almost instant unlike our older kitchen thermometers, and we loved how easy it was to hold and put away.

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There are a bunch of different colors if you don't like the blue one pictured above.

The Super-Fast Thermapen has been a favorite among restaurant chains, health inspectors and quality managers worldwide. Hundreds of thousands are in use. The clever fold-away probe and the simple pocket design replace more costly and bulky handheld thermometers while using the same professional thermocouple technology. Improvements in the probe technology now yield a blazing fast speed of 3 seconds to a full temperature reading.

Thanks again to ThermoWorks for sending us the Thermapen to review.


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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 7, 2012 7:59 AM
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BLUE OF COURSE!


Posted by: Jay Brewer at March 7, 2012 5:24 PM

But which color is the fastest?


Posted by: Pam Gould at March 7, 2012 4:40 PM
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