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Taylor- Oven Guide Thermometer

Price: CDN$ 24.99
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  • Accurate oven thermometer; large, easy-to-read face
  • Durable, heavy-duty stainless steel construction; contains no mercury
  • Hangs in oven or stands alone
  • Measures temperatures from 100 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Dishwasher-safe; NSF-listed

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Product Description

Easy to Read Zone Guide measures Temperatures from 100 degrees F to 700 Degrees F

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178 of 180 people found the following review helpful
buyer beware Jan. 15 2006
By Tracy Ducasse - Published on
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The temperature readings were spot on.
There are multiple ways to display it, hang it from the shelves in your oven, place it on the bottom of your oven. it's very stable, doesn't fall over, mostly because of it's 4 inch length.

BUT... as with all things in the oven, this will become splattered with grease, and harder to read, and you'll want to wash it....DON'T!

any type of cleaning, be it abrasive , or chemical, such as Simple Green, will erase the temperature markings... and make it useless.
100 of 104 people found the following review helpful
Life span Dec 18 2005
By Fred Hapgood - Published on
The temperature markings on this thermometer are not protected! Over time the markings get occluded by grease and if you try to wash the grease off the markings come with it. This means the thermometer has a short life span for people who rely on the markings for anything (which granted is not everyone). Last time I buy an oven thermometer in which the markings don't sit behind a glass face!.
50 of 51 people found the following review helpful
Highly recommended! Nov. 22 2005
By J. Miller - Published on
I bought one of these at the recommendation of a well-known cooking magazine (in which they tested it along with a very advanced temperature sensor), and it took top honors amongst a dozen other models. I've found it to be extremely helpful, easy to read, and a very stable design. Others I have used have proven far to easy to knock over!
40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Finally... one that worked! July 28 2007
By Rudi A. Ferre - Published on
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Ok... oven not seeming to be hot enough... bought an oven thermometer at Kroger's.. not expensive. Well, that purchase didn't seem to heat up as much as the oven..
Went to William and Sonoma and bought the Taylor 503, much more expensive. So it should really be good, right? That thermometer seemed to be so, so slow in reaction. And thanks to the position of my oven light.. I couldn't even read it.
Went to Amazon and got an overnight delivery of the Taylor Oven Guide Thermometer. ( don't add all of this up...three thermometers.. it's ridiculous)Bottom line... this one was perfect for me. As far as complaints of grease and cleaning and losing lettering?? I take it out before I put the item in to bake. (Hint..use tongs to remove it as it is HOT. If you use mitts or hot pads.. I guarantee you.. you will drop it.)
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
I'd hit that "Pause" button before giving a (5) Star Rating :) March 12 2009
By Tad Sargent - Published on
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I just received my Taylor Oven Guide Thermometer. I wanted an accurate thermometer to check/verify various temperature settings in our 36" Wolf Gas oven.

The thermometer itself is simple and appears to be high quality. Upon checking the thermometer out further I noticed that the glass thermometer rod slides back and forth, left and right, on the stainless steel holder, thus accuracy goes right out the window perhaps by as much as + or - 15 degrees. What I did to correct this was hold the blue bulb end of the thermometer in boiling water and made adjustments until the blue line and the metal scale on the thermometer were aligned exactly at 212 degrees F (the boiling point of water). Next, without moving the glass rod, I locked it in place on the stainless steel scale with small dabs of high temp gasket cement on each end where the small rivets and holding bands are located.

Taylor Products: If you are reading this please make a note that the Taylor Oven Guide Thermometer has a manufacturing/design defect. The Taylor Oven Guide Thermometer with shipping was fairly expensive. The customer should not be expected to have to calibrate and then cement the glass tube to prevent sliding or back and forth movement in this type of thermometer.

If this thermometer came calibrated +/- .5 degrees and locked in I'd given it 5 stars.

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