ThermoWorks Pocket Infrared Thermometer is a professional infrared thermometer in pocket-sized package. With your IR Pocket Infrared, you can measure surface temperatures around the house, cabin, grill, garage, and in the kitchen. Simply point your IR Pocket Infrared and shoot with no extra confusing buttons to learn. The IR Pocket Infrared is pre-set to an emissivity that measures most surfaces. With an IP67 waterproof rating, the IR Pocket Infrared can withstand harsh environments, kitchen splashes, and an occasional mishap at the favorite fishing hole. The IR Pocket Infrared includes a wrist strap and keychain clip for convenience. A single button press changes the IR Pocket Infrared's display from °F to °C. Don't be fooled by the great price; this is a high-quality infrared thermometer.
Hi-Temp Silicone Spatula the square corner fits into tight spots in a pan or in jar bottoms. Edges are smoothly tapered to a sharp point for scraping. The smooth matte surfaces compliment the contours for perfect spreading. The molded silicone handle fits the hand for a confident grip. With no seams or creases to trap food, this spatula is a breeze to keep clean. Plus, you can just throw it in your dishwasher. The weighting and length are ideal for welding in a variety of kitchen tasks from mixing, folding, serving, spreading, scraping, stirring and flipping. Use it in a batter or at the stove. Keep it off the burner itself, but we use ours for the scratch-free stirring of sautes in non-stick pans. This simple and elegant spatula makes a great addition to any cook’s toolbox.
My Opinion: I really love the spatula in this time of the year I enjoy making fudging candies in the kitchen so this comes in very handy to get every corner in the pan. I also like the infrared thermometer it also works very well in the background just needs to be dark and just slightly to see even better for anybody that might have a vision problem.
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