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Sur La Table InstaRead Meat and Poultry Cooking Thermometer

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Perfect for roasts and anything cooked in the oven, grill, smoker and microwave, this easy-to-read cooking thermometer reads instant temperatures from 130–190°F on a large 1¾" dial. The ovenproof glass lens allows continued use while...Read More

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EXCLUSIVE Perfect for roasts and anything cooked in the oven, grill, smoker and microwave, this easy-to-read cooking thermometer reads instant temperatures from 130–190°F on a large 1¾" dial. The ovenproof glass lens allows continued use while cooking, and the dial suggests temperatures for various meats. Hand wash.

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  • Perfect for roasts and anything cooked in the oven, grill, smoker and microwave
  • Easy-to-read cooking thermometer reads instant temperatures from 130–190°F on a large 1¾" dial
  • Ovenproof glass lens allows continued use while cooking
  • Dial suggests temperatures for various meats

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  • Made in China
  • Material: Stainless steel

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash
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Hannah G on May 28, 2016
to check the meat temp
Shelli B on May 22, 2016
cheap
Hannah G on May 28, 2016
Needed a Thermometer that I can use in the oven
James C on May 22, 2016
to check the meat temp
Shelli B on May 22, 2016
I have one and love it
gregory s on Apr 25, 2016
Need another instant read thermometer
Janis B on Apr 18, 2016
bride and groom registered for this item
Cheryl D on Apr 2, 2016
My 2nd purchase, gave the first one to my Mom. Works great and is very accurate.
LAUREN O on Mar 30, 2016
i need it
Ronald K on Mar 29, 2016
Looks simple and easy to use. My husband washed the one we had and now the readout is fogged up. It worked well and this looks much like it, so I'm giving it a try.
Sharon C on Mar 24, 2016
it is a gift
Laura K on Mar 11, 2016
needed thermometer
Richard W on Jan 17, 2016
Price, good reviews, cooking suggestion indicator.
Jennifer H on Nov 30, 2015
I like the reminder on this gauge what temp is required for different meats and poultry.
NANCY S on Nov 27, 2015
I need one
Deborah G on Nov 27, 2015
Need a new one.
Catherine M on Nov 23, 2015
Excellent!
Carrie S on Nov 17, 2015
Making sure meat is at proper temp when cooked.
Anthony J on Nov 17, 2015
I need it
V Riverictoria A on Nov 15, 2015
I needed a meat thermometer but did not have the money for a digital one.
Earl M on Nov 10, 2015
i needed one for Thanksgiving
James C on Oct 12, 2015
my meat thermometer stopped working....so I went to SLT to replace it
Linda H on Sep 28, 2015
It was on the registry
Julie M on Aug 18, 2015
Gotta check the meat!
Maddy R on Jul 9, 2015
Because my mom washed ours and got ruined.... :(
Vannesa H on Jun 28, 2015
Useful.
Shawndra D on Jun 26, 2015
Clear numbers and an easy-to-read correlation between temperature and degree of doneness for different meats.
Tamara S on Jun 22, 2015
my old one died.
LAURA B on Jun 18, 2015
Large face
ELLEN K on May 30, 2015
My current instaRead thermometer has tiny numbers and this one looks easy to read.
Irma C on Apr 16, 2015
its for my daugher
C J W on Apr 6, 2015
Need it, wanted the meat temps on it so I
didn't have to look them up
Linda D on Apr 4, 2015
Features, price and brand.
Danice R on Mar 9, 2015
Pretty useful. I've even (though not recommended) used it as a candy thermometer and deep fryer oil thermometer.
Erin H on Mar 4, 2015
it looks like it can be easily read at a glance
Janice B on Jan 12, 2015
mine broke and this looks good and low priced
mara r on Jan 4, 2015
ovenproof
Christy H on Jan 3, 2015
The five I already have never work
DIANA L on Jan 2, 2015
Need a new one.
Elana S on Jan 1, 2015
need it
Beate T on Dec 27, 2014
I need a new thermometer.
Jenna D on Dec 18, 2014
size and simplicity
Brenda S on Dec 18, 2014
EASE OF USE
JEFFERY S on Dec 15, 2014
NEED IT!!
Cindy M on Dec 13, 2014
need a new one and this looks fine and relatively inexpensive
Allison H on Dec 7, 2014
to get free shipping
diane h on Dec 7, 2014
We grill several nights a week. I keep dropping the digital thermometer in the dishwater and it stops working.
Brandee W on Dec 5, 2014
The digital read on my current thermometer crapped out- I'm ready to go back to basics!
Short S on Dec 5, 2014
Easy to read and I like the meat references
Kim C on Dec 5, 2014
Accurate and easy to use
Sybil T on Dec 3, 2014
I needed a meat thermometer. Mine just melted in the oven. So I chose this because it's oven proof!
KATHRIN R on Dec 1, 2014
Needed a Thermometer that I can use in the oven
James C on May 22, 2016
I have one and love it
gregory s on Apr 25, 2016
Do you leave this thermometer in while the meat is in the oven?
A shopper on Jan 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You can leave it in while meat is in the oven, but the glass cover is not meant to withstand extreme temperatures, so you can't leave it in while using the broiler or while grilling
How do you calibrate this thermometer.

There are no instructions on the package.
A shopper on Jan 12, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Bumping or dropping the thermometer can knock it out of calibration, so it's a good idea to check its accuracy from time to time. The easiest way to do so is to fill a glass with a mixture of half water, half ice, and stir it around for a few seconds. Insert the thermometer stem into the ice-water and wait for the needle to stop moving. If it reads anything but 32°F, you need to recalibrate.

To recalibrate, you must leave the stem immersed in the ice-water bath as described above. Use a small wrench to loosen the nut behind the dial. Then rotate the dial face until the 32°F mark is directly beneath the needle, then re-tighten the nut.
According to the FAQs, you can check calibration by putting in ice water. However, this meat thermometer doesn't go below 120 degrees. So I'm wondering, am I missing something?
A shopper on Apr 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Here are some instructions from the manufacturer's website:

http://www.cdn-timeandtemp.com/article/how-recalibrate-your-thermometer
 

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