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Sur La Table® Digital Candy Thermometer

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A reliable digital deep fry/candy thermometer is an essential tool for making your favorite sweets and fried treats perfectly every time. Get an accurate temperature reading on homemade candy with this tool that can measure temps up to 450°F and as...Read More

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EXCLUSIVE A reliable digital deep fry/candy thermometer is an essential tool for making your favorite sweets and fried treats perfectly every time. Get an accurate temperature reading on homemade candy with this tool that can measure temps up to 450°F and as low as -40°F.

Thermometer is pre-programmed for precision, and offers a dual progress display, an alert when your desired temperature is attained, and an auto-off function. It features a stainless steel stem that measures 9½" with adjustable stainless steel clip. Other features include a tough ABS-plastic case, temperature guide on the sheath, and a pocket clip. Five-year limited warranty. 11" l. Wipe clean. M

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  • Care: Wipe clean
  • Dimensions: 11" l
  • Material: Stainless steel and ABS plastic
  • Warranty: Five-year limited warranty
BENEFITS:
  • A reliable digital deep fry/candy thermometer is an essential tool
  • Perfect for making your favorite sweets and fried treats perfectly every time
  • Get an accurate temperature reading on homemade candy and more
  • Measures temps up to 450°F and as low as -40°F
  • Pre-programmed for precision
  • Dual progress display
  • Alert when your desired temperature is attained
  • Auto-off function
  • Stainless steel stem that measures 9½"
  • Adjustable stainless steel clip
  • Tough ABS plastic case
  • Temperature guide on the sheath
  • Pocket clip
  • Five-year limited warranty
  • Made in China
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"Accurate thermometer, read out difficult to read"
I thought I found the perfect candy thermometer. It was easy to clip on pan and
accurate but I had a difficult time viewing the
digital readout. I kept seeing the 888 numbers and had to stoop down to find
the temperature reading. The display shouild
be on the top edge of the thermometer not
on the side
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January 4, 2013
Fine for things under 250 Degrees
Fresh out of the packaging I had to change the batteries. Ok, no problem. Read out was clear and the clip was handy. But the first time using the thermometer it became clear that it is totally not made to withstand high heat. The clip loosened right away and I had to hold the top of the thermometer so it would stay upright. Then at 250 degrees the screen went from clear to unreadable (and yes I used the heat shield that was included). It did still beep when the desired temperature was reached. Unfortunately it wouldn't stop beeping and wouldn't turn off. It went right in the trash
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December 15, 2013
Accurate for anything under 230 Degrees
This thermometer is great....for anything under about 230 degrees. After that point, the screen goes completely black. I just used it for about the eighth time, and before even reaching 250, the entire plastic casing melted and folded in half. Another $25 down the drain as this is the third one I have purchased (obviously haven't learned my lesson). I will be contacting customer service regarding the poor quality of this product. Don't purchase
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November 13, 2014
 

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Jodie M on May 14, 2015
Digital reading
Kathy H on Dec 31, 2014
Make candy frequently
KEVIN H on Mar 4, 2015
attaches to pot and what my gift recipient wants
nikki t on Dec 16, 2014
Does it beep on reaching lower temperature?

I want to use this thermometer for making yogurt, where the milk is heated to a higher temperature, and then cooled to a lower temperature to mix with the starter. Can I set the thermometer to beep as it is cooling and reaches the lower temperature as well as when it is warming and reaches the higher temperature
A shopper on Apr 6, 2013
Best Answer: I bought this thermometer, and yes, it does beep on reaching a lower temperature, but....The manual says it beeps once when it reaches 3 degrees below the set temp, twice when it reaches the set temp, and 3 times at 3 degrees above the set temp. What it ACTUALLY does, is beep once PER SECOND when it is within the range of 3 degrees below the set temp to 1 degree below the set temp. When it reaches the set temp, it will beep twice PER SECOND between that and 2 degrees above the set temp. It then beeps 3 times PER SECOND when it is 3 degrees or more above the set temp. If it is within any range for more than a minute, the beeping stops until it enters a new range.So once it reached the higher temp I had set to warm the milk (175 F), I would reset the temp to the lower value (115 F). I would then need to press the mode button to have it read the new set temp, and press it several more times to cycle around to the manual temp again (it has several preset temps for meat and candy). It would start beeping immediately 3 times per second, as it was now more than 3 degrees above the set temp. If I pressed a button to turn off the beeping, it would not beep when I reached the lower temp. So I have to let it beep for a full minute until it shuts off by itself, and then let it sit quietly while the milk cooled down. When it reached the range from the set temp to 3 degrees above the set temp (118 F), it would start beeping again, now twice per second.If I wanted to be persnickety about it, I could make my set temp 112 F, and then it would start beeping when it reached 115 F as it cooled down (3 degrees above the set temp). So while it's not quite ideal, it does do what I want, and I'll keep it and recommend it to others. This will make my yogurt making a lot easier
Reply · Report · Randyman on Apr 12, 2013
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Are you able to change out the battery?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2012
Best Answer: Yes, there is a panel on the back of the thermometer with directions on how to remove the battery
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Nov 12, 2012
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I understand that it shuts itself off. But how do you turn it back on?
A shopper on Apr 29, 2014
Best Answer: You can turn it on by pressing the ""Mode"" button
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Apr 30, 2014
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