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Winco TMT-DG4 Pocket Thermometer with Hold Function

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Winco TMT-DG4 Pocket Thermometer with Hold Function

Winco TMT-DG4 Pocket Thermometer with Hold Function

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Built-in clip for mounting and protection sheath included Hold function feature Temperature range -40° to 450°F Dimensions: 7-3/4"L x 1"W x 3/5"H
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Built-in clip for mounting and protection sheath included Hold function feature Temperature range -40° to 450°F Dimensions: 7-3/4"L x 1"W x 3/5"H
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Make sure that your food is always perfectly cooked with the Winco TMT-DG4 Pocket Thermometer with Hold Function. Designed to provide accurate readings, this thermometer features an easy-to-read digital display with a temperature range of -40 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.

When not in use, place this pocket thermometer inside its protection sheath and use the built-in clip to securely attach it onto your apron or pocket.

  • Digital pocket thermometer
  • Built-in clip for mounting and protection sheath included
  • Hold function feature
  • Temperature range -40° to 450°F
  • Dimensions: 7-3/4"L x 1"W x 3/5"H
  • NSF certified
Specifications
  • Brand:
  • Winco
  • Model #:
  • TMT-DG4
  • Ship weight:
  • 2 oz
  • Sold As:
  • 1 ea
  • Item Number:
  • 0033-TMT-DG4
  • Display:
  • Digital type
  • Color:
  • White and Black and Red and Metal
  • Width:
  • 1"
  • Height:
  • 0.63"
  • TigerChef ID:
  • 20612

Questions & Answers

I see you said "No, it's a digital thermometer. Digital thermometers don't need to be calibrated." when asked if it could be recalibrated...
My thermoneter is off by almost 10 deg's, what do I do just toss it?
Thanks - Jim

By Jim September 11, 2017

I'm not clear from your question whether you're referring to this thermometer or to any digital thermometer. You can attempt to re-calibrate a digital thermometer by either pressing a reset button (if there is one) or adjusting the adjuster or screws. Often, though, when it's off, it's time for a new thermometer.

by Laurie Jones - TigerChef Staff September 13, 2017
1 answers
Last answer: September 13, 2017

Can these thermometers be calabrated? If so how?

By Lisa July 10, 2017

No, it's a digital thermometer. Digital thermometers don't need to be calibrated.

by Laurie Jones - TigerChef Staff August 3, 2017
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Last answer: August 3, 2017