Sunday, February 15, 2015

MeasuPro Programmable Cooking Thermometer Review


MeasuPro Programmable Cooking Thermometer

  • Features - The MeasuPro DCT350 Digital Cooking Thermometer offers a list of meats programmed with the min. cooking temp according to the USDA recommendations.
  • Functions - You can select between Celsius and Fahrenheit modes. Features a long 36 inch oven-safe probe. Readings are ultra-fast and accurate.
  • Setting - Temperatures are programmable according to preference or select from the programmed meat options with pre-set temps. Also has 4 options of meat doneness.
  • Includes - A list of foods with the USDA recommended min. temp. Has a magnetic back and LCD display. This electronic thermometer will beep when food hits the set temp.
  • Power - Uses 1 AAA battery. The measuring range is from 32°F to a very high heat of 392°F / 0°C to 200°C. Compact flip-top display. Great for commercial, professional use.

I am pleased with this cooking thermometer! Super easy to use and yeah I did not even read the instructions...lol This digital thermometer has an adjustable screen that can lay flat or can be pulled up almost to a 90 degree angle. It has strong magnets on the back so you can stick it to your refrigerator, that is super neat. I find that is a good place to store it when not in use. It runs on a single AAA battery that is included.
It already has everything programmed inside of this unit. You tell it what type of meat and how you want it cooked and it will tell you what temperature to to cook it to. You can also set it to alert you when it reaches the desired temperature. The alert can be visual or audible. This is a handy little digital thermometer to have around the kitchen. It seems to be made well and it seems very accurate. I like it a lot and it was a welcome addition to my kitchen.





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