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With spring in the air and summer just around the corner, afternoon barbecues and beach clam-bakes are creeping into your future. But no one wants to deal with undercooked meat, or wondering if that swordfish steak is just right. A top-notch, easy-to-use digital meat thermometer is a must. And trust us: Once you use one, you'll be hooked for life.
Enter the ThermoPro TP620, a digital meat thermometer that's lightning-fast and precise. It's compact — about the size of a portable wine opener — and its fold-away design means it can slip right into your apron. And, lucky you, it's nearly 50% off at Amazon today.
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The ThermoPro meat thermometer has a high-precision sensor for ultra-fast readings — we're talking three seconds or less. It features a temperature range of -58 to 572 degrees F (about -50 to 300 degree C) and an easy-to-read 3.9-inch backlit LCD display.
It's a snap to use and it'll always be within reach. Keep it on the fridge (it has a built-in magnet) or use the hook to hang it up. And don't worry about draining the battery (it takes one AAA); the thermometer automatically shuts down after 10 minutes of inactivity.
Not just for meat
The ThermoPro Digital Meat Thermometer is a versatile little guy. Use it for breads, coffee or beer, even candy, milk and liquids. It has plenty of fans.
One happy customer raved about the "longer temp needle so that getting 🔥 burned from fingers being too close to the grill is not likely." A fellow fan called the thermometer "awesome - easy to read, quick, easy to clean," adding, "this is a fantastic meat thermometer."
You can't put a price on your family's health and safety, but Amazon has put an incredible price on this deal, so don't miss your chance to get a new meat thermometer at a serious discount.
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