CDN InstaRead Hot Beverage and Frothing Thermometer

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CDN InstaRead Hot Beverage and Frothing Thermometer

Postby Avery » Sat, 23 May 2009 21:16:06 GMT

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The InstaRead Hot Beverage and Frothing Thermometer is perfect for frothing milk or checking the temperature of coffee and tea.   With an easy to read 1 3/4 inch dial and a unique 7 inch long bimetal stem, the thermometer instantly registers temperatures from 60 to 220 degrees F.  The thermometer may be recalibrated to ensure continued accuracy and has an adjustable clip that attaches to the side of pitchers or frothing cups.  A protective stem sheath is included.


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