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KitchenCraft Digital Cooking Thermometer and Timer

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Product code KCDIGTHERM

Leave nothing to chance and remove any doubt about whether meat is cooked thoroughly with this thermometer...

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Description

Leave nothing to chance and remove any doubt about whether meat is cooked thoroughly with this thermometer and timer combination. Simply set the required cooking time on the timer and check the inner food temperature with the probe. The probe can even stay inside the meat as it cooks, leaving the LCD display on the outside so you can always check what's going on. Ideal for use with all types of meat and poultry and for use in ovens, deep fryers, boilers and barbecue grills. Featuring heat resistant wire and a stainless steel probe. The timer can also be used on it's own. Battery required.

Specifications

Clam packed

Features

Wipe clean only
Requires 1 x AAA Battery (not included)
12 month guarantee

Reviews

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Overall Rating: 5/5

A new review in addition to my previous once - "For a while this was a great little device. But like others it appears to have stopped reading low temps and cannot be reset."

It looks like the temp probe was faulty, Ayleesha Waithe from Product Quality was very quick to respond and replace the faulty probe and I now have a great working thermometer again.

Thanks for the excellent service.

Posted by John Tredinnick (24th July 2015)

Hi John,

Great to hear! I'm glad it's all worked out.

Thanks,

KC

Reply from Kitchen Craft (27th July 2015)

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Overall Rating: 1/5

Bought this last week and can't find out how to switch it off, apart from removing the battery. How do you switch it off?

Posted by Peter Derbyshire (20th July 2015)

Hi Peter,

I've just checked with our customer services team and they've said that it does not have an off button, instead it uses minimal battery power so as not to drain the batteries! The other option is, as you say, to remove the batteries.

I hope this helps!

KC

Reply from Kitchen Craft (20th July 2015)

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Overall Rating: 2/5

For a while this was a great little device. But like others it appears to have stopped reading low temps and cannot be reset.

Posted by John (10th July 2015)

Hi John,

Thanks for the review, I've just passed your message onto our customer services team so someone will be in touch shortly to help sort this out!

Thanks,

KC

Reply from Kitchen Craft (16th July 2015)

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Overall Rating: 1/5

I used it yesterday for the first time and got the "Hi" error immediately. But reading the reviews above, there seems to be no way to resolve this?

Posted by Bas Kimman (19th April 2015)

Hi Bas,

Yep, we'll get someone from our customer services team to get in touch with you today to solve this for you.

Thanks,

KC

Reply from Kitchen Craft (20th April 2015)

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Overall Rating: 1/5

How do you reset it. worked 1st day showed 100C for boiling water. Now it shows a high temperature on the left as soon as probe is plugged in? Currently 122C and how do you stop the beeping? Similar to others it sounds like.

Posted by Sandy Oglesby (19th September 2014)

Hi, sorry you're having problems with the thermometer - a member of our customer service team will be in touch shortly.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (19th September 2014)

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Overall Rating: 4/5

I seem to be having the same problem as others. I use this thermometer all the time and have recommended it to several people and I will continue to. Unfortunately after the last time I used it, it now just beeps constantly and reads high on the display. Is there a reset?

Posted by Simon Gallagher (19th June 2014)

Hi Simon,
Thank you for your feedback. We're very sorry to hear that you've had a problem with our digital timer. Our customer service team will be in touch with you soon to help.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (19th June 2014)

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Overall Rating: 1/5

The same problem as Sue. The temperature is shown as Hi and the thing does not stop bleeping. Any solution? Short of throwing it away?

Posted by Vourneen Anastasi Pace (8th June 2014)

Hi Vourneen,
thank you for your message. Our customer service team will be in touch with you shortly to solve any problems regarding the product.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (9th June 2014)

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Overall Rating: 2/5

Used this on couple of roasts and it worked brilliantly, but it's now just showing HI as the ambient temperature and bleeping when you put it on temperature setting.

How do you fix that?? I want to use the thermometer again....

Posted by Liisa (7th June 2014)

Hi Lisa,
thank you for your message. Our customer service team will be in touch with you shortly to solve any problems regarding the product.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (9th June 2014)

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Overall Rating: 1/5

Unless I am being stupid I can see no way to stop the incessant bleeping which accompanies a Hi on the left hand side of the screen. I have set the required cooking temperature, but the wretched thing just keeps saying Hi and bleeping at me. There is nothing on the instructions about this.

Posted by Sue (19th January 2014)

Hi Sue,
thank you for your message. Our customer service team will be in touch with you shortly to solve any problems regarding the product.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (9th June 2014)

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Overall Rating: 2/5

WHAT IS THE TEMPERATURE MININMALE

Posted by SOUSSI (6th January 2014)

Hi Soussi,
the lowest temperature is 0°C.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (7th January 2014)

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Overall Rating: 3/5

It works well, but you can't switch it off without removing the battery, which is a very odd design decision.

Posted by Gary (31st December 2013)

Hi Gary,
thank you for your feedback. We will kindly take this into consideration for future product developmnet. Thank you.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (6th January 2014)

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Overall Rating: 4/5

I calibrated this against my Thermapen and found it to be accurate to within a single degree. Does its job very well. My only criticism is that (unless I am being really stupid here) there seems to be no way to switch the device off other than removing the battery.

Posted by Bruce Jefferies (17th November 2013)

Hi Bruce, thank you for your feedback and we can confirm that this thermometer works without an on/off switch.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (26th November 2013)