DetailsThese 3" dial thermometers offer a nice large face that is easy to read, and feature a 3" probe that extends into your kettle or cooler. They require a 7/8" hole and come with the necessary hardware for weldless mounting included. Alternatively, they will screw into a standard ½" pipe thread opening on kettles with welded fittings.
Reads from 32° to 210° F, 0° to 100° C. Features calibration screw on the back
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4.9 / 5.08 ReviewsVery niceThis is a great thermometer, very accurate out of the box. Well built.June 25, 2011Good for Brew in a BagI don't want a long stem, it can tear the bag. This is a good length, that lets me see the exterior temperature of my wort. The thermometer is accurate and responsive.April 6, 2013Good for a brewpotIts accurate and responds to temperature changes in seconds. Its good because I can see how my wort is doing, if its close to a boil over, and how the cooling is coming along. It doesn't stick too far in so it doesn't get banged if I'm stirring.July 16, 2013Good on a kettleIt fits well on my kettle and gives a good temperature reading. This makes chilling easier and also lets me know when the hot break is expected. A good price for a good thermometer.August 17, 2013A nice enhancement to a brew kettleIts a good way to know my wort temperature when chilling. Its accurate to within a degree, and non-obtrusive. It also gives me an idea of how close I ma to a boil, soI can get ready to fight a boil-over.October 23, 2013Good addition to my mash tunNow I can see the temperature of my mash. I have one on my brew pot too, so I can see when the hot break is about to hit and avoid a boil over, and it lets me judge the chilling progress.January 3, 2014Easy to readI added it to a kettle I picked up and am using as a mash tun. The thermometer is responsive and easy to read and accurate.February 14, 2014No good for Water CoolersThe threading on this thermometer was not nearly long enough to make it through a standard 10 gal igloo cooler. Looked like a great thermometer, just doesn't work in a cooler.February 26, 2013
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Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answerIs there a way to drain water from the thermometer? Asking for a friend who might have submerged it. :)BEST ANSWER: You would want to try and evaporate the water. You could put it in the over for a couple hours on the lowest setting, or submerge in rice or silicone beads for a couple of days. That should get it done!