Thursday, August 27, 2015

Why I Love the Nubee Infrared Digital Thermometer In the Kitchen!

I received this item for free in exchange for an honest review. This post may also contain affiliate links. 

One of the most recent kitchen gadgets I have fallen in love with is the Nubee Infrared Digital Thermometer,  Though I must admit, it's one of those gadgets I never really thought I would use until I actually got my hands on it and started to putting it to use. I mean, after all, how often do you really need an infrared digital thermometer in the kitchen? Well, now that I have one, I actually find myself needing it quite often as it is super-handy in the kitchen.

And, I'll straight up tell you that I initially agreed to review the product because I knew that it was something that Jeremy would use in his shop when working on engines and such. Never, and I mean NEVER, did I imagine I would have become attached to it and would have ended up keeping it for myself. And, neither did he. Oops!


Max temperature function: it can take the highest temperature of the area tested by scanning and save the data at the bottom of the screen.

EMS adjustable function: each article has its suitable emissivity, the adjustable emissivity function can make the test more accurate by adjust suitable emissivity for different articles.

Measures in Celsius or Fahrenheit (Range: -50°C to +380°C /-58 °F to +716°F).

Red Laser Pointer for precise aiming.

Measuring Distance / Ratio: 12:1

Auto Shut-off & Low Battery Indicator to ensure the thermometer is ready for use. Powered by one 9-volt battery(INCLUDE) U.S. FDA, FCC, CE, ROHS approved.

My Review

So, why do I love my new infrared digital thermometer? Well, living in the South, we are all about fried chicken, fish-frys and baking. (Yes, we eat healthy, too!) And, that's where this little gadget comes in handy in the kitchen! It's perfect for making sure the grease is just right! No need to guess at the temperature for perfect crispiness. Simply aim-and-shoot to find out the exact temperature of the grease. 

Another thing I think it will be great for is baking and making yummy desserts. With the Holiday Season just around the corner, I'll be making tons of candies and desserts which often require precise temperatures for melting chocolates, almond bark and similar delicate, but delicious, ingredients. This will come in handy to keep temperatures regulated to prevent scorching chocolate and similar ingredients.

Of course, cooking is not the only use for the Nubee Infrared Digital Thermometer. As mentioned earlier, Jeremy uses (and now wants his own Nubee) for working on engines {he uses it to check which cylinders are firing and some other man stuff  that I have know desire to learn about}. They can also be used just about anything else including the other day when I thought my A/C was going out because the temperature inside the house was about 6 degrees higher than what I had the thermostat set on. I remembered I had my new digital thermometer and decided to check the air coming from the vents. Luckily, the air was a brisk 62 degrees coming out so I knew it was not my A/C and it saved me a service call! {It ended up being that my batteries were going dead on my thermostat in conjunction with the extreme humidity and 99 degree weather outside!}

Overall, I love the Nubee Infrared Digital Thermometer and have found it to be quite accurate when comparing it to my standard cooking thermometer.  However, it is much easier to use and yields quicker results!

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