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The Acurite Candy And Deep Fry Thermometer is highly efficient: able to measure temperatures from 16-200C (60-400F), this thermometer has the common stages of candy making (soft ball, hard crack, etc) printed right on it for handy reference. Its unique paddle shape keeps it off the bottom of your pan for precise reading, while adjustable pan clips slide up and down so you can use the thermometer on different-sized cookware. Made of commercial quality stainless steel, this AcuRite thermometer also features an insulated plastic handle that withstands high temperatures. 10-year limited warranty.
- Measures temperatures from 60F to 400F; 20C to 200C
- Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature scales
- Commercial quality stainless steel
- Unique paddle shape keeps it off the bottom of the pan
- Insulated high-temperature plastic handle
- Adjustable pan clip slides up and down for different size pans
- Dimensions: 11.9" H x 2" W x 1" D
Insulated high temperature plastic handle
|Dimensions: ||22cm (H) x 3.8cm (W) x 2cm (D)
|Features: ||40°C to 185°C|
Non-toxic filled tube
Sheath with pen clip
Adjustable pan clip slides up and down for different size pans
Chart with oil and candy temperatures
|Colour: ||Clear/Yellow cap|
|Cleaning/Care: ||Do not wipe hot thermometer with a wet cloth|
Not safe for microwave and Oven
|Warranty: ||Limited 10 year warranty|
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Acurite Deluxe Candy/Deep Fry Thermometer w/ Sheath
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Create smooth melt in the mouth fudge and hard creamy toffee with perfect results every time with this easy to use thermometer. The correct temperature is essential in cooking sweets for setting and cooking without burning caramelising or remaining sugary safely clipped against the side of the pan you can deep fry chicken or doughnuts with 100 accuracy. An included chart displays oil and candy stages compared to the temperature so you will know when you hit the soft ball or hard crack stage without having to translate numbers or mess about with saucers of cold water. Measurements are marked in Farenheit and Celcius and range from 40C to 185C giving for all potential recipes. Keep the thermometer in the secure sheath with pocket clip for convenient storage.