Basic Thermometer

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$6.99


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Basic Instant-Read Pocket Thermometer.

  • Perfect for making cheese, yogurt or checking the temperature of your sourdough bread or grassfed meats
  • Stainless steel stem; pocket case included
  • Dial is protected by shatterproof plastic lens
  • Thermometer can be recalibrated by twisting hexagonal hub with pliers
  • 1-inch dial displys temperature range of 0 to 220 degrees F
  • 5 inches long

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  • From Kathleen at 2/29/2012 6:32 PM
    • Does the thermometer have a clip so it can stay on the pot?
    • There is no clip for the pot but it does have a plastic cover that slides over the shaft. The cover has a clip that would hold it in a pocket.‚Äč
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  • From DVOct at 10/17/2013 2:16 AM
    • The scale only in Fahrenheit or Celsius there?
    • The temperature on the Basic Thermometer is displayed in Fahrenheit only. For temperature readings in Fahrenheit and Celsius, please see the Waterproof Digital Thermometer.
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The thermometer works but disagrees with my other thermometers. I have two others that show to add starter at a lower temperature. I don't know which is most accurate. Also, the round top dial is very small and hard to read.

Response from CFH: Thermometers can be calibrated. Please contact Customer Support for advice or for replacements for defective products.

(Posted on 2/16/2014)



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