Taylor Precision Products Pro Freezer/Refrigerator Thermometer 5996.00

Taylor Precision Products Pro Freezer/Refrigerator Thermometer 5996.00

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  • Maintain proper storage temperatures in the refrigerator or freezer with this professional-grade dial thermometer.
  • Mount or hang the thermometer with the two-way hanger stand, or simply set it on a shelf.
  • Measuring from -30 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, this thermometer displays temperatures on an easy-to-read 3-inch dial with a safe temperature zone guide.
  • The red pointer is easily seen even in frosty freezers and is protected by a glass lens.
  • Built with durable stainless steel components, the thermometer is NSF listed for food safety.
Item # 270783

 (8 Reviews)

$13.86


Product Description

Be sure of safe storage temperatures with the Taylor Precision Products Pro Freezer/Refrigerator Thermometer. Maintain proper storage temperatures in the refrigerator or freezer with this professional-grade dial thermometer. Mount or hang the thermometer with the two-way hanger stand, or simply set it on a shelf. Measuring from -30 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, this thermometer displays temperatures on an easy-to-read 3-inch dial with a safe temperature zone guide. The red pointer is easily seen even in frosty freezers and is protected by a glass lens. Built with durable stainless steel components, the thermometer is NSF listed for food safety.

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This durable professional-grade thermometer keeps track of the temperature inside a freezer, refrigerator, or deli case. Its easy-to-read 3-inch dial precisely measures temperatures from minus 20 to 60 degrees F, and the dial shows safe zones for food temperatures in green. The stainless-steel thermometer can be set on its base, or the base can be rotated and used as a secure hanging device. --Fred Brack

The goal is to get temperature in the fridge as close as possiblet to freezing without freezing according to the thermometer 40 is unsafe.. However when this was reading 38-40 I had ice in my fridge ruining my food... So i am pretty pissed,. I called the company. told them i had 2 taylor thermometers,, they dont agree with eachother..by 8 degrees. They said thats perfectly normal and within their 4 degree tolerance. Then whats the point ? So now i have to buy 2 more and figure out whats going on.. Although as i finally figured out,, if this one is reading 38-40,the other one is reading 32-34.. and i have ice.. This is the one that was no good.. But shouldnt have to go through all of this and throw away food.. THAT's the whole point of buying a thermometer.. So for me NG , off by about 8 degrees If others received accurate ones.. then hopefully mine was an exception.. But in addition did not appreciate the lack of customer service.. There was no place to contact seller as there was with other items I bought, so I googled and called the manufacturer.
By user that knows the product July 18, 2012
I purchased two of these. The picture on looks just like the illustration on the back of the package. Unfortunately neither of them look at all like the actual thermometers. The background is actually a flat stainless steel color and the graphics and pointer are quite different. The actual thermometers do not say "Commercial Refrigerator Freezer Thermometer". They just say Taylor.
OK, they don't look like they are supposed to, how well do they work? In my refrigerator I placed a glass of water, the two new Taylors and an old Taylor I've had for years next to each other on the same shelf. I have a Javelin Pro digital probe thermometer that I know to be accurate. After two hours I measured the water with the Javelin and it was 38 degrees. One of the new Taylors registered 34 degrees and the other 28. And my old one, 38! I'll keep things as they are for a few days to check for consistency. If the -4 one stays the same I'll keep it. If the other one remains 10 degrees off I'll probably pitch it. Thank goodness I still have my old one.
By Jack D. Alfred September 18, 2017
We were having a lot of trouble with an old refrigerator. I ordered this to see if the temperature was actually dropping below the safe range or if I was just subconsciously trying to get a new refrigerator. It showed that the old refrigerator was indeed not working correctly. Then we ordered a new refrigerator and I used it to make sure it was working well. For the modest price, it has given us a lot of true answers.
By SOEXCITEDUSA March 21, 2015
I purchased this and a few days later purchased the MIU 90062 thermometer, one for each fridge. They gave the same temp readings when placed next to one another so I assume they are pretty accurate. The advantage to the Taylor is the giant dial which makes it easier to read. The advantage to the MIU is it costs less and the dial is easy enough to read, but with smaller numbers. For the price it is good to have something like this for the peace of mind it gives you to know that the fridge is operating at safe temperatures (or not at safe temps so you can do something about it). I would buy this again.
By monkuboy July 26, 2008
This thermometer is still working 14 years later. I keep at least one in each refrigerator section to monitor temps.
By A hiker July 9, 2018
Very nice. Simple, inexpensive, and accurate. Bought for new deep freezer. Checked against temperatures in refrigerator freezer with built in thermometer and reads exactly the same.
By Russell Peck October 30, 2016
Works as it should as far as I know. It's difficult to review something if you can't test its accuracy. This is why I use 3 of these in my fridge. They all have similar readings, or at least close.
By Motionjunkie July 16, 2016
numbers are large enough to see even without glasses. very good quality and price was right
By Ginny October 27, 2017