Polder® Deluxe Preset Meat Thermometer
This meat thermometer is the ultimate in modern. The presettable alarm lets you select from beef, lamb, veal, or turkey and chicken with well done, medium, and medium rare settings. One additional open setting can be programmed to your preference. The digital readout displays inner temperature of food during cooking. Thermometer also features a one minute alarm, 43" probe wire and magnetic wall mount for easy and safe use, and an on/off switch. Reads in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. USDA food temperature cooking chart included. Includes one AAA battery.
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Disappointed! We received this as a wedding registry gift in August 2012. It was working great. Metal cord from device to reader was convenient for keeping tabs on anything in the oven without having to open the door and lose heat. Worked great for grilling. We've had it for 8 months of use and all of a sudden, it reads 205F+ when it turns on without even being used and it won't read an accurate temp on anything. Replaced the batteries and still had the same issue. It's now in the garbage. WHAT A WASTE! April 12, 2013
disappointing I had high hopes for this product. I had gone through two Oneida digital thermometers before I bought this one. It lasted a little bit longer than the Oneida ones but died after about 3 months of heavy use. I've now upgraded to the Rosle digital thermometer. June 14, 2012
Great Purchase Consumer Reports recommended this meat thermometer. My fork thermometer had run its course and I thought it took too long to use - open oven, take out meat, insert, etc. The Polder is inexpensive compared to other digital thermometers and worked brilliantly on my first use. It is also very interesting to see how the temperature rises which allows you to control the cooking time by raising or lowering the oven temperature. Very pleased. March 26, 2012
I give up This thermometer is the most frustrating product I have ever purchased. Instructions were followed by two intelligent adults and even after phone call to Polder customer service and we still could not use this thermometer. February 16, 2012