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Sur La Table Candy/Deep Fry Thermometer

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Whether you’re making candy or deep-frying, getting the right temperature is crucial. Our candy/deep fry thermometer does double duty, with a temperature range of 100–400°F. Features an easy-to-read, color-coded scale and adjustable...Read More

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EXCLUSIVE Whether you’re making candy or deep-frying, getting the right temperature is crucial. Our candy/deep fry thermometer does double duty, with a temperature range of 100–400°F. Features an easy-to-read, color-coded scale and adjustable stainless steel clip. Polycarbonate lens is waterproof and shatter-proof for lasting use. Hand wash. 7" long; 1¾" dial. Made in China.

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  • Use for making candy, jelly, deep-frying, meats, poultry, yeasts and dough
  • Features temperature range of 100–400°F
  • Durable stainless steel clip holds securely to pan or dish
  • Waterproof and shatter-proof for lasting use

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  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 7" long; 1¾" dial.
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love to make candy
Paul T on Jul 14, 2016
Had one, bu t needed clip. I love Sur La Table's clearance sales
MICHAEL L on Jul 12, 2016
love to make candy
Paul T on Jul 14, 2016
Need and good price
Doriene M on Jul 14, 2016
Had one, bu t needed clip. I love Sur La Table's clearance sales
MICHAEL L on Jul 12, 2016
I've been watching Yolanda, the cake decorating genius, on the YouTube channel "How to Cake It." Yo uses an Italian buttercream for her decorating work and it looks like a perfect consistency. Temperature of the sugar syrup is critical -- so I need a reliable candy thermometer.
DIANE W on Jul 1, 2016
EASY READ CLIP LOOKS GOOD FRY OIL TEMP 375 IN RANGE
GEORGE D F on Jun 7, 2016
Needed a thermometer!
Rhonda H on Apr 17, 2016
Needed a thermometer for frying. We shall see how it will work.
winnie c on Mar 16, 2016
Needed an extra candy thermometer. Works great!
Christine L on Jan 29, 2016
I have one and it works like a charm.
Catherine S on Dec 30, 2015
Less likely to break that digital thermometer.
Suzanne T on Sep 20, 2015
wanted something simple to use that attaches to the side of the pot
tina r on Jul 16, 2015
I needed this to monitor the temperature of my smoker.
Matthew W on Jun 7, 2015
my 31 yeat old daughter wanted
Lorraine G on Apr 3, 2015
TO GET TO FREE SHIPPING
Robert J on Mar 25, 2015
I need it
antoinette e on Jan 16, 2015
Needed a thermometer with the clip
Madeline G on Jan 3, 2015
gift chosen by family
JIM C on Dec 30, 2014
Have the flat style and the numbers disintegrate with use - trying a new style.
Bradford M on Dec 30, 2014
So I can fry in my new pan.
Brian M on Dec 26, 2014
I keep breaking my glass thermometer
Brennen H on Dec 15, 2014
requested gift
Anthony G on Dec 8, 2014
Need something exact for holiday candy making (and all year through)
Sybil T on Dec 3, 2014
easy read
m kathleen s on Dec 1, 2014
They are the best
William S on Nov 23, 2014
Replaced old one
Joan H on Sep 4, 2014
We need to know when the heated milk temperature has reached 180 degrees.
Frederick S on Aug 21, 2014
Need and good price
Doriene M on Jul 14, 2016
I've been watching Yolanda, the cake decorating genius, on the YouTube channel "How to Cake It." Yo uses an Italian buttercream for her decorating work and it looks like a perfect consistency. Temperature of the sugar syrup is critical -- so I need a reliable candy thermometer.
DIANE W on Jul 1, 2016
Calibration Tool?

The package says the sheath can be used to turn the nut for calibrating, but I can't see any way to do that. Am I missing something
A shopper on Dec 21, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Using the Recalibration Tool on Sheath

1. Seat the hex nut on the thermometer into the head of the sheath.
2. Immerse thermometer in sheath into at least 2 inches of ice water*
(2/3 ice to 1/3 water) or boiling water (212°F/100°C at sea level).
3. Rotate the nut clockwise to increase the reading. Rotate the nut counter clockwise
to decrease the reading.
4. Stop adjusting when the pointer indicates the temperature of the water.

*NOTE: It is very difficult to get a 32°F/0°C ice water temperature. It will probably be closer to 34°F/1°C.
Does this candy thermometer contain mercury?
TNT O on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No, these is no mercury in this thermometer.
Where is this thermometer made?
A shopper on Oct 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Made in China.
Can I leave this in the oven during cooking, and till what temperature is its integrity guaranteed?
Arnold T on Feb 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I wouldnt there are thermometers made for full time oven cooking. The instant or candy typically use the entire rod as a sensor where a leave in thermometer uses only the tip . So check your directions that came with your thermometer but when in doubt dont!
how do i calibrate?
A shopper on Dec 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: the measurement requires that you compare the temperature the new thermometer registers to a standard which in this case is recommended to be based on using at least two inches of water that is brought to a rolling boil. The new thermometer is used to record the temperature reading that registers on the new thermometer for the boiling water and adjusting the lug nut underneath the round face so that rolling boiling water is set to 212 degrees. The lug nut must be turned one way or the opposite until it matches the boiling water temp of 212 degrees. then the thermometer is calibrated to the temp of boiling water (excluding sea level data) and should be accurate as to other items being measured.
how to calabrate ?
A shopper on Dec 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Two easy ways. There is a little nut on the stem of the thermometer under the dial that you turn to adjust/calibrate the thermometer. You will need a pair of pliers to make this easier. To calibrate fill a container full of ice and water. Insert the thermometer and adjust the nut till it reads 32 degrees as this will be the water temperature. The 2nd way is to bring a small saucepan of water to a boil. Insert the thermometer and adjust to 212 degrees. Hope this helps.
Purchased a candy & deep fry thermometer. The instructions indicate that the sheath has a tool for recalibration. The sheath doesn't have an opening on either end large enough to fit over the hex nut. This question was raised in 2011 and the answer repeated the same instructions as the card that came with the thermometer. Two more people replied with the same problem even as recent as 2015. Could you please actually hold the equipment in your hands so you see that it doesn't work as described? I'm considering returning mine.
A shopper on Dec 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Here are a set of alternate directions for recalibration:

Q. Recalibration, how do I do that?
A1. A thermometer may lose accuracy after years of use or after a particularly hard jolt. The hex nut on the underside of the thermometer is used to bring the thermometer back into calibration. First, you need a container of water at a known temperature — the closer to the mid-range the better. A fever thermometer is ideal for measuring the temperature of the water. Lacking that, ice water* (3/4 ice to 1/4 water) in a glass or boiling water (adjust for altitude above 1,000 feet) can be used. Please be cautious around boiling water.
Immerse the thermometer stem in the water to a depth of at least 2 inches.
Hold the dial firmly (pliers or a wrench may have to be used) and slowly rotate the hex nut beneath the dial. Use the pliers or wrench to adjust the next nut. The pointer will start to move.
Rotate the nut clockwise to increase the reading. Rotate the nut counter clockwise to decrease the reading.
Stop adjusting when the pointer indicates the temperature of the water.
 

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