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Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer

  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer
  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer
  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer
  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer
  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer
  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer
  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer
  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer

Rubbermaid Commercial Products Stainless Steel Instant Read Oven/Grill/Smoker Monitoring Thermometer

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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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  • NECESSARY FOR FOOD SAFETY Thermometer displays true oven temperature instantly to ensure safe food preparation
  • EXTREME TEMPERATURE RANGE Thermometer reads between 60 and 580 degrees Fahrenheit / 20 and 300 degrees Celsius
  • PERFECT FOR ANY KITCHEN Designed for professional kitchens with the highest quality in mind; works perfectly in any home or commercial space
  • MANY USES This product is perfect for traditional ovens, toaster ovens, grills, smokers, or any heat based food appliance
  • DURABLE MATERIAL Stainless steel construction and shatter proof lens makes this thermometer highly dependable
  • BATTERY FREE DESIGN Mechanical thermometer reads instantly and without the need for battery power
  • NATIONAL SANITATION FOUNDATION CERTIFIED This NSF certified product has been cleared for safe use with food and in kitchen enviornments
  • DIMENSIONS 3.75 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches
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Works great, good price.I ordered two of these thermometers to test a new top-freezer refrigerator I have on order. The refrigerator is going in the garage. Low winter garage temperatures can sometimes trick a refrigerator into not running enough. This can lead to a cold refrigerator, but a freezer that's not cold enough.To remedy the cold enviornment, I ordered a "garage-ready" refrigerator. A garage-ready refrigerator essentially allows the freezer to keep running in cooler surrounding temps.Anyway, I ordered two of these thermometers to make sure my frig/freezer temps weren't changing with the seasons. Upon arrival both thermometers were very close in their temperature reading. One read 70 degrees and the other read 69 1/2. A 1/2 degree temperature difference is not a big deal to me.As my photo shows, after they were put in my refrigerator they maintained a reading within a 1/2 degree of each other. The thermometers have hooks that will work on wire grates that go left/right as well as front/back. They also have a stable base so they can be placed on an interior shelf. For the money you can't go wrong buying these. 5The Rubbermaid was 20-25 low at the best of timesI bought this item based upon the reviews and the name brand. I used it to check my new Wolf oven, and it seemed to consistently indicate the temperature was 15-20 low. It was bothering me enough that I had the Wolf technician come out for testing. He used both thermocouple digital sensor (that reads in 0.1 increments in real time) as well as 2 Taylor mercury oven thermometers. All 3 of his showed consistency with one another, with the thermocouple sensor of course showing more accurate on a second to second basis. The Rubbermaid was 20-25 low at the best of times.Short version, tech told me these spring based thermometers don't work well. I can't argue with what I saw. I've ordered the Taylor, available on Amazon and Ace Hardware. I suggest passing on this. Taylor was under $14. 1A Reasonably-Accurate Well-Made Budget Thermometer With CaveatsThere are two variables to look for when purchasing a frig/freezer thermometer: temperature accuracy (performance) and design (engineering).My unit provided acceptable overall performance as measured by accuracy to within 2 degrees F but has some design limitations which make the unit inconvenient to mount or position prominently in many refrigerators or freezers not having wire shelf racks.All refrigerators should ideally be engineered with integral and accurate thermometers-one for the freezer and one for the frig. Unfortunately, unless you spend considerable $, you often have to "pimp" your appliance out by purchasing thermometers to insure your unit is maintaining safe freezing/refrigeration. I purchased this Rubbermaid "Commercial" FGR80DC thermometer along with a DayMark, IT115410 thermometer each with similar $5 price points, and then compared temperature readings of both units to one of the benchmark standard liquid scientific thermometers (The H-B instruments 5/2210 Durac organic liquid-in-glass total immersion thermometer) recommended by another reviewer colleague (Gene P. Louie) to provide a standard for comparing the performance of each.My findings revealed a 2 degree F variation (on the higher end) compared to the H-B standard for this Rubbermaid FGR80DC and a 1.5 degree F variation on the high end compared to the H-B standard for the Day Mark IT115410 Thermometer.PROS:1. Extremely well-manufactured for a $5 thermometer. Heavy-duty stainless steel case and bezel.2. Large, easy to read 2.25" tempered, shatter-resistant glass dial resists condensation.3. Clear, unobstructed metrics and dial calibrations with red HACCP "safe" range.4. NSF-rated5. Excellent price point given the quality of manufacture.CONS:1. May be challenging to properly mount or hang in many refrigerators and/or freezers with glass shelves. The integral hook is designed to hang down from wire rack shelves but may not be visible or practical if you have the thermometer obstructed from view due to a full frig or freezer. Some units do not have proper clearance to permit the thermometer to hang properly and may impede shelf storage.2. The integral stand is inconvenient and easy to knock over without securing the thermometer to the shelf surface with proper mounting or Velcro tape (See photos). If your objective is to mount the thermometer on the back wall of the frig or freezer as mine was, you can forget that too. The back of the thermometer is not designed for mounting, limiting its resourcefulness from a design perspective.3. Made in China. I suspect quality-control may not be as rigorous with these low-cost units and there appears to be some variation in accuracy reported by some users. Bi-metallic thermometers utilize a coil spring as a temperature-sensing element and are considerably less expensive than other types of thermometers (liquid-in-glass stem, liquid crystal, gas, electronic/digital, infrared, resistance).RECOMMENDATIONS:1. This may be a very good choice if you want a reasonably-accurate well-made bi-metallic budget thermometer for your frig/freezer. Design limitations however, (which could be easily addressed), make this a 4.0 star product. For accuracy in a dial-type bi-metallic thermometer, I recommend the Day Mark above for the same price point with a slightly larger dial; however, the same design limitations apply for both units.2. I suggest using the stand and placing a piece of Velcro or other temperature-stable mounting tape to your frig/freezer shelf if you are not able to hang the thermometer prominently on your wire refrigerator/freezer shelf.3. Always cross-verify temperature to a reasonable benchmark standard to assess accuracy over time. The relatively inexpensiveH-B Instruments 5/2210 or 5/0220 Durac organic liquid-in-glass total immersion thermometer should provide you with an excellentstandard to verify the accuracy of most dial-type thermometers.Here's the link: http://www.amazon.com/Instrument-Organic-Immersion-Thermometer-Accuracy/dp/B00551NSFI/ref=sr_1_5?s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=1445106988&sr=1-5&keywords=h-b+thermometersTo Your Good Health. 4Garbage.First use over the weekend. Put it in my digital electric smoker. Let it heat up for a good while before checking temp. Digital had it at 225. This read 180. Bumped it to 235. This barely moved. Then popped it to 250. This thing finally peaked at 200 degrees. Seems to be totally useless. If this were any more expensive I'd go through the trouble of returning it.If the seller/manufacturer thinks this is a defective unit, please, send me another to compare. Thanks. 1Great Oven Thermometer!Helped me diagnose/confirm that our 14-year old oven was dying/developing a major issue. Helped us realize that our conventional oven could only reach 300 degree's tops.Also helped us realize our small toaster oven was about 20 degrees cooler than what it's settings indicated, due to our high elevation (Utah). This helps us know to adjust temperature to compensate for the elevation difference for recepies.Simple to use. Has a stand and a hook.Note: It's easy to accidentally bend it's metal (it's think and almost like an aluminium can), but for the low cost that's not a surprise and you can bend the metal back to the way it ought to be if you're too rough with it, so that's not a big deal at all.Cheaper than paying a repair guy to diagnose our oven issue. ;-)Also nice to know how our elevation affects the temperature so we can adjust for cooking recepies better. 5Like a private investigator for your crappy, cheating oven.I bought this after persistent frustration with my oven. I live in a rental apartment and my oven is pretty crappy. I was suspicious that it wasn't as hot as it claimed to be when I preheated it. This isn't such a big deal if you're just throwing a frozen pizza in the oven for twenty minutes, but I like to cook. I feel like my oven has been cheating on me. I needed to catch it in the act.Over the past year and a bit I've dabbled in bread making. Usually I'm pretty handy in the kitchen, and I know how to do my research. I buy all the right flour and yeast, gauge the humidity of the room when rising the dough, hide my sourdough starter in a spot under the bed where the dog and my missus can't find it, inevitably forget about the sourdough starter myself, discover it two months later when I flip the mattress, give up on the idea of sourdough and just make a regular white bread dough, and finally put the loaf in the oven to bake for the time specified in the recipe. After all that work, I end up with consistently cakey bread. It's no good for eating, but it's great for propping open the fridge door when I'm stacking it with groceries. It's like dwarf bread; I'm pretty sure there's a line in The Fellowship of the Rings where Sam complains about it.Anyway, I decided to settle the debate: am I a crummy baker, or is my oven the culprit? So, I bought this thermometer. The result: my oven really does suck! When it beeps for 350F, the thermometer reads 300F. Goodbye, delicious chicken parmigiana; hello salmonella! Goodbye, carefully scheduled 7:30pm dinner; hello, 8:15pm apologies and wine on an empty stomach!In honesty, I'm yet to try baking a loaf since buying this thermometer. But it is helping me to restore my faith in my own ability, like a private investigator who reassures you that you're not paranoid; yeah, sorry bud, your wife *is* cheating on you with her young co-worker, Steve. I can't divorce my oven, but I can keep it honest with this thermometer. Highly recommended. 5Appears to be accurate, easy to read, good priceMy oven's built-in thermometer started acting wacky a while back so I got a similar oven thermometer for it CDN POT750X High Heat Oven Thermometer. Lately the oven got wackier than usual and I couldn't even tell if that thermometer was correct anymore. So I bought this to compare with the first one. Both thermometers were reading the same temp at different oven settings, which told me two things; Both thermometers work and appear to be accurate and my oven's is all kinds of farked up. This one is a little bigger and looks to be better built than the CDN one and the bigger dial and numbers are easier to read. And it's cheaper too (well, now anyway). 5Very Accurate.....Bought a brand new Bosch dual fuel range........ the stove is 5 burner Gas but the oven is Electric. I wasn't sure my oven was giving me a true reading so I wanted something to test it for accuracy. I had good luck with the Rubbermaid's Commercial Stainless Steel Freezer/Fridge gauge so I took a chance on this one. So I put it into the oven, pushed bake 350 and let it preheat and chime when it hit that temp. Then I waited another 5 minutes just to be sure. Lo and Behold, when I opened the oven door, it said 350 degrees RIGHT ON THE BUTTON........... SEE PHOTO. Now I know when I set the oven to 350, it's going to be correct and accurate. 5This does not show accurate temperature!!I was worried my oven was not heating correctly after using this thermometer. When I purchased this, I felt that Rubbermaid was a quality name and commercial would mean heavy duty and accurate. I remembered I had a very old beat up oven thermometer in a drawer. I put it and this one in the oven. When the oven pinged it was at 350 degrees, the old one showed 350 degrees, this one showed 300 degrees. I tried several times and each time this thermometer was always 25-50 degrees lower. So I contacted Rubbermaid. They were very friendly and efficient and mailed me a free replacement. Just got it a few days ago. Tried it and guess what, it is behaving the same way!!50 degrees lower. I kept the really old thermometer in the oven and added this one and when the oven pinged 350 degrees, the old one says 350. This one says about 300.So these thermometers are not quality and not to be relied upon. I will just use the old beat up one which could be 20 years old but it is still working. 1It's not exciting, it's not sexy, but it's essential for every houseIf you looked up the word functional in the dictionary you wouldn't be surprised to see an illustration of an oven thermometer. There is literally NOTHING sexy or appealing about this, but damn is it functional. And this one functions up there with the best of them.The reason we bought this was because I grew suspicious about the temp on our oven. We moved recently, and the oven was in situ, and really new and expensive looking so we didn't want to replace it. But it just wouldn't cook stuff - a key task for an oven - at least not in the time we thought it would. And I am obsessive, perhaps compulsively so, about timing the different parts of a meal to come out at the same time. I hate keeping things warm, or - oh the horror - reheating them, and it was ghastly to time and again have to put stuff back in because it wasn't done, in the meantime everything else not cooked in the oven was spoiling on the side. Enough to give me indigestion.So we bought this, threw it in and pre-heated. 20 degrees off! Who lived in this house before? Savages. Downloaded the PDF manual for the oven, fiddled with the settings and ran the pre-heat test again. The thermometer and oven were in sync and my life joined them again. Now things are cooked on time and meals are no longer ruined. All thanks to this wonderful, functional little thing.Everyone should have one - test your oven, even if you think it's okay, and check it again every few months. Ovens can drift, and it's better to be safe than ruin your meals. Recommended. 5
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