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Large Dial Thermometer

$11.99

SKU# 7413

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Dial thermometer with 2" face, reads in 5° increments.

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$11.99

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Large, easy-to-read with a 2-inch face, 12-inch overall probe length. Adjustable metal clip attaches to the lip of a kettle or mash tun for constant readings. Reads in Celsius and Fahrenheit(0°-220° F, 5° increments; -15°-110° C, 5° increments).

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Reviews
2.6 / 5.0
20 Reviews
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Works well
This thermo works well and has a decent response time. The clip raises and lowers but may not always hold the thermo in the position you want.
June 7, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Large Dial Thermometer
Good investment , perfect for all my brewing needs . It has made brewing much easer to manage .
March 9, 2016
sorry, i haven’t used it yet
sorry i haven’t used it yet
December 7, 2015
very inconsistent
Wish I had not bothered with this thermometer. I had two side by side batches boilling and it gave different temps for each batch.
July 30, 2012
Beware, wildly inaccurate!
Shame on me for not checking the calibration I guess. This thermometer is terrible, I can't recommend it for anything other than a paperweight.I made one batch of beer and found that a lot of tannins had got into the beer. It was only after the second batch with tannins and checking with a second (calibrated) thermometer that I found it's off by almost 30 degrees in the mid range, and off by 12 degrees in the upper range. I was steeping my specialty grains in water up to 190 degrees.
July 12, 2012
Unfortunately it is not accurate
The design of this thermometer leads you to think it will be useful. But it is only useful if you don't actually use it to determine something's temperature. It varies as much as 20 deg. from the actual temperature and is not consistent enough to compensate by calibrating.
May 17, 2012
Off
It reads fine at boiling, but anything below that, it reads 10 degrees higher than the liquid
May 16, 2012
doesn't hold calibration
The first unit was way out of calibration right out of the packaging. NB sent me another which lasted one brew session before loosening up and losing cal. Don't' bother with this. Just buy a cheap digital one from your local department store.
March 17, 2012
don't waste your money
Didn't even use it before noticing the dial and the scale turn independently of each other. Hmm well that was worthless. Anyway on with the brew. Calibrated to pocket therm, which is great, and used it in 150 - 180 range for all grain. At least I can use the clamp it came with for pocket therm. That is, after I polish the rust off the clamp. Total package is junk, they should discontinue this thing.
February 8, 2012
Accurate enough, but got moisturized.
Seems accurate enough compared to my lab thermometer (came with starter kit) but there is a ton of moisture in the dial that can make it hard to read.
May 28, 2011
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