Sunday, February 1, 2015

MeasuPro Instant Read Waterproof IPX7 Thermometer ~ #MeasuPro #Review

Disclosure: I received complimentary sample in exchange for a product review. However, all opinions expressed here are my own.

MeasuPro Instant Read Waterproof IPX7 Thermometer ~ #MeasuPro #Review

I have done a lot of cooking and baking in the past for our family. I'm usually one to guess if something is done, such as roasting a turkey. It's really not a very good idea to do this because you overcook or have an undercooked dish occasionally. So I was happy to try out the MeasuPro Instant Read Waterproof  IPX7 Thermometer for help in the kitchen.

The MeasuPro is a neat digital thermometer that comes with a 2032 battery so you are all ready to go and no need to buy a battery. You can adjust to Celsius or Fahrenheit very easily by pressing the bottom on the back of the thermometer. It also has an amazing range of measures from -58 degrees Fahrenheit to 572 degrees Fahrenheit so it can be used in freezing or boiling temperatures.

To use all you do is push the power button and insert the stainless steel probe into the deepest part of your food. It responds very quickly (in about 6 seconds) so there is practically no waiting to get your reading. An added feature is that it has a Max/Min function. This is nice in that you can see the last lowest and highest temperatures that you have measured.

The MeasuPro comes with a white plastic protection tube for the metal probe which can also be used as an extendable handle. Plus an added plus is the 10 minute automatic shutdown feature, so you won't have to worry about running the battery down.

I found this to be a quality thermometer to get accurate temperatures. The numbers are bright and vivid and it's easy to use. It's dishwasher safe up to 190 degrees Fahrenheit but I prefer to wash it by hand. All the instructions to use come on the back of the package that it comes in. 

If you are interested you can get the MeasuPro Instant Read Waterproof IPX7 Thermometer on Amazon below.

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