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Rhinoware RWTHERDS Digital Thermometer, Silver
- Temperature range of -58 to 482 F (-50 to 250C)
- Audible alarm sounds when set temp is reached
- Stainless steel tip; adjustable height
Easy to set and read digital thermometer for quick accurate measurement of textured milk and other beverages. An audible alarm beeps when the desired temperature you set has been reached. The specially designed stainless steel clip allows the thermometer to sit perfectly in any milk pitcher. Designed with positive lock, quick-release action, the thermometer stem can be adjusted to the desired height. When the clip is removed, the thermometer can also be used for general purpose cooking needs. Digital Thermometer measures 5" (13cm). Temperature range is -50 to 250C (-58 to 482F)
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As far as proper function goes, the biggest issue would definitely be the lag time; I have to stop steaming around 10°F early because it takes a while to catch up. Of course this is something that you will find on almost all thermometers, but this one’s lag is especially long compared to others I have worked with.
My next couple problems don’t directly effect how well the product works as a thermometer, but they are annoying quirks nonetheless.
Whenever you turn it on it defaults to Celsius, so you have to switch to Fahrenheit every time you turn it on (if that’s your preferred unit of measurement. And yes, I know I should switch over to C°, I have gone metric with all other things in my life so it seems the most logical next step). It’s a minor thing, but it gets annoying if you are turning it on many times a day. Either that or you could leave it on, which leads me to my next issue: the device doesn’t have an auto off function. I appreciate when things have a longer auto off timer, but to not have one at all is just asking to drain your batteries.
The last issue has to do with the temp alarm. The device will allow you to set your desired temp and it will beep when it is reached. It’s a good feature for a barista who is steaming something for a child, or even one who is just starting out and is trying to get used to steaming to the proper temp. The only problem is, the device will flash the last temp read over your setting but won’t continue to read the current temp. For example, if you have it set to 140°F and it goes from 138° to 141°, it will flash 141° until you push the up or down button, and then it will give the current reading. This combined with the lag time means that if you stop steaming right when your alarm goes off, you will likely be 10ish degrees over your goal, but you won’t know until you push one of the buttons for it to go back to giving the current reading.
Like I said, not horrible issues, but when using it day in and day out, they become fairly irritating.
I scolded my milk. I set it to 155°F and it smelled burnt when it reached temperature. I then checked it with 2 other thermometers and it was approx 30° off. Returning asap