Etekcity Lasergrip 630 Digital Dual Laser Infrared Thermometer

Screen Shot 2015-03-23 at 7.52.00 PMUnless you are a professional cook with years of experience, figuring out the right temperature of the items you are cooking can be a bit of a challenge. I usually err on the side of caution, which keeps me and my family safe, but more often than not I end up with overdone food. Over the years I have used several general-purpose oven and contact cooking thermometers. These help quite a bit, but they still have some shortcomings.

An IR contactless thermometer like this one can give you a lot of precision and accuracy when determining the temperature of your food or food preparation surface. The accuracy of the thermometer is to within 1.5%, while its measurement range is between -58 F and 1076 F. This is more than ample for most cooking/food preparation tasks, and then some. The thermometer features dual laser pointers, which focus at the exact spot of where the thermometer measures the temperature. This is a great feature to have and it greatly improves your reading accuracy.

I have used the thermometer for a little bit of grilling and quite a bit of baking and frying. It has really come in handy for all those functions. It has proven to be very accurate and it gave me an unprecedented new level of insight into the whole cooking process.

The thermometer is well made and it feels durable. I like the way it sits in my hand. The display and all of the controls are easily accessible.

In addition to cooking, I do a fair amount of 3D printing. I have used this thermometer to help me with that too, especially with troubleshooting the weak points in the 3D printing process.

This is a very well made, accurate and fairly affordable products that I would strongly recommend to all serious cooks.

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Bojan Tunguz

Bojan Tunguz was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which he and his family fled during the civil war for the neighboring Croatia. Over the past two decades he has studied, lived and worked in the United States. He is a theoretical physicist with degrees from Stanford and University of Illinois. Tunguz has taught physics at several prominent liberal arts colleges and has been writing about physics, science and technology for more than a decade. He also has a wide spectrum of interests, and reads and writes about current events, society, culture, religion and politics. Over the years he has reviewed many of the books that he has read, and posted his reviews on various online outlets. In 2011 he had become a top 10 reviewer on, where he continues to be very active. Aside from reading and writing, Tunguz enjoys traveling, digital photography, hiking, and fitness. He resides with his wife in Indiana. You can follow my review updates on the following pages as well: Facebook: Twitter: Google+:

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