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CDN High Heat Oven Thermometer, Silver

by CDN
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

Price: CDN$ 17.60
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Product Features

  • Take the guesswork out of cooking in your high-heat oven
  • Measures temperatures from 150 to 750 degrees F
  • Large 2-1/4-inch dial with red indicator needle provides useful cooking zones
  • Wide base and integrated hook allow it to be placed anywhere in the oven
  • Made of commercial grade stainless steel with durable laboratory-quality glass lens

Frequently Bought Together

Customers buy this item with CDN Proaccurate Quick-Read Thermometer, Silver/Black CDN$ 24.45

CDN High Heat Oven Thermometer, Silver + CDN Proaccurate Quick-Read Thermometer, Silver/Black
Price For Both: CDN$ 42.05

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Product Description

Amazon.ca Product Description

Zone temperature scale, premium grade stainless steel, stands or hangs, NSF approved. Temperature range 150-550F degree.

Product Description

Take the guesswork out of cooking. Made of commercial grade stainless steel for long life. Wide base and two-way hook allow it to be placed anywhere in oven. Measures temperatures from 150 to 550 degrees Fahrenheit (65 to 290 degrees Celsius) Large 2-1/4-inch dial with red indicator needle provides useful cooking zones.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT STUFF FOR MY SMALL OVEN May 16 2013
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I'VE WANTED AN ACCURATE AND QUALITY HIGH HEAT OVEN THERMOMETER SINCE I WAS TWO YEARS OLD. FIVE YEAR WARRANTY TELL YOU ANYTHING?"
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5.0 out of 5 stars Checked out Oven temperature Feb. 2 2014
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My wife was complaining about the oven being too cold, and not working properly. I watched her a few times and concluded it was her, not the over that was the problem. She just was not setting it up properly. She wanted to call a technician on an out of warranty oven, and I knew that would be big bucks. So what would a service man do, first of all he would just measure the temperature to see if it was working correctly. So for the few dollars it cost to get this thermometer and check it myself, I did it. Turned out the oven was pretty close to this thermometer, like within 10 degrees which at 350F is no big deal. We don't expect laboratory accuracy from household appliances. But it did prove the over was functioning properly and the temperature settings could be trusted. So the wife has calmed down, taken my advice on set up, and all is well.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Accurate! Yeah! Nov. 4 2013
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Accurate thermometer, hangs on the underside of shelf. Only wish the base was a little better to stand on the top of the rack. It falls over and/or between the metal bars of my rack. Dial on the small side, but readable non the less.
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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars  295 reviews
99 of 103 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Accurate and Sturdy May 7 2010
By MDM - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased two of these, to double-check the accuracy. They consistently "tracked" together through many uses. Now have one in each of my ovens. I also work in many different kitchens, so these go with me everywhere. Most oven thermostats are at least 25 to 50 degrees in error (even in "high-end" ovens), and this thermometer helps ensure consistent results every time.
41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good design Oct. 20 2010
By Charles Windley - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this to test my oven. I learned that the temp. of my electric oven is correct but takes twice as long to warm up. That's worth knowing. The digital on my oven says 'preheat' and them beeps when ready. It is off by almost 6 minutes.
This unit is small, easy to read and it can stand on a rack or hang under a rack.
I didn't really need this anymore after testing my oven so I gave it to a neighbor. It is presently making the rounds in the neighborhood.
The only complaint is some sharp edges. I didn't cut myself but I could have.
256 of 298 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars No longer top choice of Cook's Illustrated. Aug. 5 2011
By S. Hamilton - Published on Amazon.com
While this CDN oven thermometer WAS a former favorite of "Cook's Illustrated" in new tests(Jan & Feb 2011 issue)... it was a fourth-place finish "numbers fade over time, plus new copies purchased for our testing were off by five degrees" according to Cook's Illustrated testers. The current top rated oven thermometer is Cooper-Atkins Oven Thermometer which they described as "sturdy, accurate and cheap [$5.95]. After six months, the face was still legible and readings remained "spot-on".
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars High Heat oven thermometer Jan. 7 2010
By Beth Feketi - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this thermometer to use in a mud oven I made that reaches temps over 600 degrees. So far (used 4 times) it works great. I have only had the oven up to 550* but this thermometer is great to see the temp. I recommend it.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredibly useful April 8 2011
By Ian Carr - Published on Amazon.com
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Why oh why didn't I buy this years ago? I could have avoided burning the Thanksgiving ham last year, that's for sure.

Just stick this in your oven, and make sure to check it often and take note of how your oven behaves.

As an example, here is what I found out about my oven: it takes longer than I thought to preheat (almost 20 minutes), but after 30-40 minutes it is about 25 degrees hotter than I set the dial, and after 45-60 minutes it runs a full 50 degrees hot.

Which is why I never really noticed before, I rarely bake things for so long. But you can see how a 5 hour roast would be a huge problem without knowing this. Likewise you can see how the 5th batch of cookies might burn if you leave it in as long as the 1st batch without adjusting the temperature.

Now I just adjust the dial accordingly and have no more problems.
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