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SKU: 948828

Rösle Steak and Meat Thermometers, Set of 4

Multifunctional thermometers are color-coded for use with different types of meat and can each be used to measure the temperature of steaks. Use the colored portion to read the doneness of steak. Gauge displays rare, medium and well done. The non-colored...Read More

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Multifunctional thermometers are color-coded for use with different types of meat and can each be used to measure the temperature of steaks. Use the colored portion to read the doneness of steak. Gauge displays rare, medium and well done. The non-colored portion displays the doneness settings for beef, pork, poultry or lamb.

These instruments are great for use when grilling, oven cooking or pan-frying. Prick the probe into the middle of meat while cooking. The display shows when the temperature for desired doneness has been reached. Durable thermometers are made from non-corrosive 18/10 stainless steel.

Designed and tested in Germany using the highest-quality materials to make some of the best products available. Lifetime guarantee. Dishwasher safe.

Web exclusive: this product is only available online.

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  • Measures the doneness of meats and steak
  • Color-coded for beef, pork, poultry and lamb
  • Use for grilling, oven cooking or pan-frying
  • Durable stainless steel construction
  • German-designed and engineered

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Rösle
  • Dimensions: 1" diameter x 2½" length
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Warranty: Lifetime guarantee

Care & Usage Show

  • Dishwasher safe

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  • 4 thermometers
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Want to get that expensive meat right!
Germans made vs chinese
Kent E on Nov 27, 2016
I sent to my sister and her family of four, they love grilling.
JULIE D on Dec 28, 2015
Want to get that expensive meat right!
Germans made vs chinese
Kent E on Nov 27, 2016
Looking for a good grilling tool for cooking steaks
Julie A on Aug 13, 2016
I sent to my sister and her family of four, they love grilling.
JULIE D on Dec 28, 2015
This is for my husband for his grilling pleasure for when we have guests with different "doneness" tastes.
Connie M on Dec 6, 2015
Great gift for grilling husband!
Tiffany H on Dec 15, 2014
gift for husband
Amy L on Dec 10, 2014
What to get the man who has everything,
Gwendolyn B on Dec 7, 2014
love the idea of taking the temperature of each individual type of meat. So easy to use.
MELISSA L on Nov 16, 2014
Looking for a good grilling tool for cooking steaks
Julie A on Aug 13, 2016
This is for my husband for his grilling pleasure for when we have guests with different "doneness" tastes.
Connie M on Dec 6, 2015
Can these thermometers go in the oven while meat is roasting?
K M on Nov 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, these can go in the oven.
Can they be calibrated?
A shopper on Jun 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, these cannot be calibrated.
Can they be used if you broil steaks in the oven? Would the thermometer sense the heat directed from above as opposed to below with regular oven heating?
Margaret D on Dec 27, 2015
 

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