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Glow in the dark dial and pointer
Dial size: diameter 2.4"
Large dial for easy reading
Wide temperature range: 120°F ~ 210°F
Stays in while grilling
4.5" Stainless steel probe
Temperature guide included on the dial
Stainless steel construction
NSF listed Instruction
1.Clean the thermometer with a damp cloth before use
2.Insert the stainless steel probe (at least 1.5 inches) into the meat away from the bone to get an accurate reading of the internal temperature
3. Place the meat (with the thermometer) in the oven and face the dial out of the oven
4.Remove the meat from oven once internal temperature of meat reaches the desired meat temperature
5.Clean the thermometer with a damp cloth or wash in dishwasher after use
Caution DO NOT use the thermometer over the operating temperature range
DO NOT subject the unit to extreme temperature change
Wear oven gloves when placing or removing the thermometer from meat or oven