If you want to make sure you've cooked foods to a temperature that's high enough to kill any illness-causing bacteria, it's essential that you use a thermometer. You'll find a big bonus of cooking to exact temperatures is that you'll serve food exactly as you and your family like it. We tested 22 of the newest models of Multi Probe Digital Temperature Tester, ones that you insert during or after cooking to get an "instant read" of the temperature as well as ones that you leave in while the food is cooking.
To determine accuracy, we used each thermometer to measure the temp of both icy and boiling water and of a roast beef cooked to medium-rare. We checked how quickly each gave a reading as well as how easy it is to insert it and see the readout. In addition, we reviewed the manuals, looking to see how helpful they are and if they include temperature suggestions — and if so, whether they were the temperatures recommended by the USDA for food safety. Here, the complete results, from the best to the worst.
II. Specifications :
1) Smart Thermometer range: 0°c to 300°c (32 °F to 572°F)
2) Accuracy: ±1°c (or ±2°F)
3) Resolution: 1°c(1°F)
4) Selectable temperature unit: °c/°F
5) Digital cooking / food thermometer , alarming temperature and time automatically, also with counter function
6) Digital cooking food thermometer Suitable for locals such as Milk , Coffee , Tea thermometer and so on