Large Dial Thermometer

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

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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SKU 7413

Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
53%
(21)
15%
(6)
5%
(2)
5%
(2)
23%
(9)
R
R.C.
Very necessary and inexpensive

So much depends on temperature - chilling the wort, steeping grains, chilling yeast starters, right temp before pitching yeast - use this all the time. Clip allows for some angle adjustment which helps to be able to choose between measuring the outer area of what's being measured or the middle, which can be important during heating where there is a significant variance.

J
J.A.
Very precise

I was using glass thermometer, but now, I can’t use it any more since I discover the metal thermometer.

K
K.T.
Be sure to calibrate before use

This thermometer works great, it was off by about 5 degrees out of the box, but after calibrating it in ice water then boiling water it's right on. The first time I used it, I thought I got an inaccurate reading when boiling my wort, but I believe this was due to not having the probe end submerged far enough into the liquid as a subsequent test in a small pot of boiling water on the stove confirmed its accuracy. My boil kettle is fairly tall and when doing an extract boil the water was not high enough on the probe end to give an accurate reading, just something to be aware of.

C
C.
Dial Thermometer

Good thermo and good price

R
R.S.
Worked out

It’s a good thermometer but it’s a little short for my needs, I use a 10 gallon pot. And the clip would swing it to the edge or swing to the center of the pot changing the temperature readings. I’ll say it again It’s a good thermometer but not for a 10 gallon pot.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
53%
(21)
15%
(6)
5%
(2)
5%
(2)
23%
(9)
R
R.C.
Very necessary and inexpensive

So much depends on temperature - chilling the wort, steeping grains, chilling yeast starters, right temp before pitching yeast - use this all the time. Clip allows for some angle adjustment which helps to be able to choose between measuring the outer area of what's being measured or the middle, which can be important during heating where there is a significant variance.

J
J.A.
Very precise

I was using glass thermometer, but now, I can’t use it any more since I discover the metal thermometer.

K
K.T.
Be sure to calibrate before use

This thermometer works great, it was off by about 5 degrees out of the box, but after calibrating it in ice water then boiling water it's right on. The first time I used it, I thought I got an inaccurate reading when boiling my wort, but I believe this was due to not having the probe end submerged far enough into the liquid as a subsequent test in a small pot of boiling water on the stove confirmed its accuracy. My boil kettle is fairly tall and when doing an extract boil the water was not high enough on the probe end to give an accurate reading, just something to be aware of.

C
C.
Dial Thermometer

Good thermo and good price

R
R.S.
Worked out

It’s a good thermometer but it’s a little short for my needs, I use a 10 gallon pot. And the clip would swing it to the edge or swing to the center of the pot changing the temperature readings. I’ll say it again It’s a good thermometer but not for a 10 gallon pot.