It happens to everyone: you spend hours roasting an expensive cut of meat (or agonizing minutes searing a fancy steak), only to over- or undercook it. That's why learning how to use a meat thermometer can be a life-changing, money-saving, and anxiety-reducing revelation. Plus, although it may seem allusively technical, the process couldn't be more simple! Before using a food thermometer, you shall know the its feature as below:
- Waterproof. It can survive from an accidental fall into water.
- A comfortable handle grip for better handling.
- Large Bright LCD with Backlit light which can be automatically turned off.
- Can be re-calibrated when needed.
- Switchable Fahrenheit and Celsius.
- Hold the temperature function to stop the display from changing the readout.
- Display resolution: 0.1°C.
- Measurement range: -50°C-300°C (-58°F-572°F).
- Measurement accuracy: ±1°C (±2°F) at -20°C-150°C (-4°F-302°F), ±2°C (±4°F) at 150.1°C-200°C (302.1°F-392°F), and ±3°C (±6°F) at 200.1°C-300°C (392.1°F-572°F).
- Strong internal magnet allows the thermometer to be attached to the metal surface.
- Hold temperature function to stop the display from changing the readout.
- Auto Shut-off after 10 minutes of inactivity.
Probe food thermometer operation:
- Before using the thermometer, please peel off the protected film from the front panel.
- To start the thermometer, unfold the probe and the LCD will display the temperature immediately.
- Press the °C/°F button to light the screen. The default displaying units are Fahrenheit. If you like to read in Celsius, please long press the °C/°F button for 2 seconds.
- Data-hold: before withdrawing from food, press the HOLD/CAL button, which will hold the temperature reading until pressing again.
- To calibrate the temperature, please take a cup of ice-water from fridge, insert the probe into ice-water to touch the ice (make sure the probe touches the ice under water). When get the final temperature, hold down the HOLD/CAL button for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds, the display will flash "CALL" on the screen, then flash the digit. Then use the °C/°F button to increase the digit or use the HOLD/CAL button to decrease the digit unit you reach 0°C or 32°F. After several seconds the display will show again the reading.