Ideal for use with the SUN OVEN® the Polder Programmable In-Oven Thermometer with Ultra Probe allows you to check the temperature of food and know when it is done without opening the SUN OVEN® door. The thermometer with an easy to read digital screen can be placed on or next to your SUN OVEN®. A probe is inserted into the food, and a high-heat silicone cord connects it to the thermometer.
The thermometer is pre-programmed for the desired temperature and beeps when the desired internal temperature of your food is reached. This Programmable Thermometer comes preset with the USDA recommended safe temperatures for beef, veal, lamb, pork and poultry. The preset buttons make it simple to cook to your liking for meat type and “doneness”. One additional open setting can be programmed to your preferred temperature.
Eliminate the guess work of knowing when your food is ready…
Externally monitor your meals while they cook…
Bake roasts to your liking for meat type and doneness!
Comfort grip handle with sealed probe to prevent moisture damage
Extra thin tip for smaller puncture hole when sampling
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