CDN IRM200-Glow ProAccurate Thermometer Review

Overview :
  • CDN has a solution for any temperature-measuring task, from digital to dial thermometers, from ultra-fast thermocouple thermometers to infrared thermometers for non-contact surface temperatures. The company also offers specially designed thermometers including beverage and frothing, oven and grill, refrigerator/freezer and candy and deep fry models, as well as a wide assortment of digital and mechanical timers with advanced features.
  • The IRM200 is perfect for professional results with meats and poultry. Designed for food safety and savory, tasty results when roasting meat or poultry, the new CDN Procreate Meat/Poultry Ovenproof Thermometer (IRM200-GLOW) features a glow-in-the-dark dial that makes it easy to see in the oven.
  • This thermometer can be recalibrated. Use the boil  test to check accuracy.
   At a Glance
User Rating :
Category : Meat & Oven
Model : IRM200-Glow
Min Price : $11.68
Response time: 15-30 seconds
Measuring range: 120°F ~ 200°F / 50°C ~ 100°C
Batteries :
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Features :
  • Easy to read in low light conditions
  • Extra large 2″/5.1 cm dial
  • Boil test/field calibration
  • Temperature guide
  • Target range indication, target marker
  • 5″/12.7 cm stem
  • Waterproof
  • Ovenproof
  • Durable laboratory glass lens
  • Stainless steel housing
Pros :
  •  Very easy to read dial, inexpensive, dishwasher safe
Cons : 
  • The thermometer is too heavy, it’s not handy when trying to take the temperature of thinner, smaller cuts of meat versus a roast or a turkey.
  • It’s ovenproof but some of users found the numbers will darken and the glow feature will no longer work.
Final Rating :     90

 

 

Useful information about CDN IRM200-Glow thermometer

Operating Instructions

1. Clean the thermometer stem before each use.
2. Insert the stem at least halfway into the meat or poultry, making sure that it is not inserted into a fatty deposit or dressing. Fat and dressing tend to insulate the stem and will result in a lower temperature reading. This may result in overcooked food.
3. Slide the target marker to the desired temperature. Remove food from oven when it has reached this temperature.
4. Remove the thermometer with care and place it where it will not roll onto the floor oe cause burns.

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