Polder Safe-Serve Instant Read Thermometer with Torch Review

Overview :    

  • From its Dutch origin, the word ‘polder’ refers to a plot of land reclaimed from the sea.  In 1976 in New York, Polder was created using the spirit of the everyday meaning of the word something to build on.
  • Polder Safe-Serve Instant Read Thermometer 10-inch long probe is perfect for use on the grill, keeping hands at a safe distance from heat.
  • Torch light and backlit display illuminate with the press of a button to easily view the grill and display when cooking in low light.
   At a Glance
User Rating :  
Category : Instant Read
Model : THM 390
Size : 12 x 2 x 1 “
Weight : 7.2 ounces
Batteries : 2 AAA
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Features :
  • Speed-read probe for accurate readings in eight-seconds or less.
  • Temperature range: 32°F to 212°F (0°C to 100°C).
  • Two-step probe with thinner tip for smaller sampling hole in meat.
  • Also works well in the oven; no more sliding out the whole rack to check meat temperatures.
  • Reads in Celsius and Fahrenheit degrees.
Pros :
  •  It has menus for each kind of meat you are cooking.
Cons : 
  •  You have to wait for at least 10 seconds for it to read accurate temp.
Final Rating :     93

  How to use your Polder Safe-Serve Instant Read Thermometer

  • Turn the thermometer on.
  • Press C/F button.
  • Select meat type, press the meat button repeatedly.
  • Select taste level. (Only applies when cooking “Beef”, “Veal” or “Lamb”)
  • Insert probe into meat.
  • Place the tip in the thickest point of the meat and hold in place.
  • Display will show actual temperature until the highest stable temperature is met.
  • Alarm will sound and alert will flash on the display when meat reaches the target temperature. The alarm can be turned off by pressing the meat button.

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