Customizing meat temps for steaks at your family’s cookout can be a challenge for some. The ThermoWorks ThermoPop makes it a breeze with fast, accurate temperature readings that are back-lit and rotate to match your point of view. Look, if you’ve not mastered the “touch” method of gauging doneness in your steaks – you know, where it’s supposed to feel like your forehead, your chin, your cheek, or whatever… this bad boy is for you.
The ThermoPop by ThermoWorks is a wonder at giving you fast temp readings in any situation – daylight or dark. Because it has a rotating display in either Fahrenheit or Celsius and a handy back-lighting feature, you’re good to go!
Cost Effective Temperature Management
Long a stalwart among professional BBQ Teams and Chefs worldwide, the original Super-fast Thermapen runs from around $94 – $120, depending on the model you purchase. At $24.00, the ThermoWorks ThermoPop provides accurate and fast food temp measurement at a fraction of that cost. As an additional and handy thermometer option, you can’t afford not to have one or two of them around!
The first rotating display pocket thermometer, the ThermoPop is another innovation from ThermoWorks. A simple button press rotates the display in 90 degree increments. Hold the ThermoPop in either hand or read it when it’s upside down. Any angle is convenient!
Super-Fast readings are within the final degree in only 5 to 6 seconds! Designed for serious chefs and professionals, the ThermoPop features big digits and a backlight for dark conditions. Molded-in seals and buttons make it splash-proof. Durable construction outlasts similarly priced pocket thermometers. Simple operation reduces user errors.
Wide range is suitable for frozen foods and deep fryer testing. Accuracy is guaranteed to remain within ±2°F (1°C) up to 248°F (120°C). The ergonomic ThermoPop comes in 9 colors. If you’re going to carry a thermometer in your pocket, get a Super-Fast ThermoPop.
As you can see, this little wonder is a welcome addition to any cook’s arsenal. Grab one… or two of them today!
Has anyone done side by side tests for speed and accuracy vs. the Thermapen?
Kevin Sandridge says
Yes, I believe you can find this info on the ThermoWorks site.