ThermoWorks Meat Thermometers Review

ThermoWorks Meat Thermometers Review

ThermoWorks Meat Thermometers ThermoWorks Meat Thermometers
Gifted By: ThermoWorks
Reviewed by Emily Racette, Editor of

ThermoWorks meat thermometers come in all shapes and sizes and can perform different functions. Besides having cool names, the Super-Fast Thermopen, ChefAlarm, and ThermoPop meat thermometers are really handy in the kitchen. They'll help you get perfectly cooked meat every time.

What really sets the Super-Fast Thermopen apart from the rest is its incredibly fast 3-second temperature measurements. I used it while cooking a chicken and couldn’t believe how easy it was to use. There are no buttons or switches to complicate things – I simply pulled out the pen to turn the thermometer on and was ready to measure the temperature! It really only took a few seconds to measure the bird’s internal temperature, so I didn’t have to keep the oven open for long and risk burning myself or temper with the cooking of the chicken.

The ThermoPop came in handy when I baked boneless skinless chicken breasts. The temperature display can rotate 360 degrees by 90 degree increments. This is really helpful because I can basically view the temperature from any angle. Best of all, there aren't a lot of confusing buttons that get in the way. There are only three buttons: one for the backlight, one to rotate the display, and one to change back and forth from Fahrenheit and Celsius. It's simple and easy to use. 

The ChefAlarm thermometer is a professional oven thermometer, so you'll feel like a pro whenever you use it. This thermometer is really cool because of its alarm feature. When your food reaches your desired temperature, it will sound an alarm to let you know. When I'm cooking, I'm usually doing a lot at once. Therefore, it's nice to be able to insert the thermometer in the meat and work on other dishes. The large display is also nice because it means I can read it from farther away.

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