|Product Type: Dial||Measuring Technology: Thermocouple|
|Food Type: Meat||Instant Read: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
OXO Instant Read Thermometer
I cant get this to work
eileen from cortland, NY– Verified Buyer
looks nice, was anxious to use--disappointed----the dial would't movekept pulling it in and out of roast and got some dial movement---never registered the way it was suppose to .... followed all directions, too!very disappointed-- like wasting $20
Money Well Spent!
frugal shopper from midwest– Verified Buyer
This thermometer is a great tool to have in everyone's kitchen! It has large, legible numbers, responds quickly when inserting in the meat, and comes with a probe cover. The face of the dial has a rubber coating on it so it is easier to hold onto than some of the other meat thermometers we have owned in the past. Loving this thermometer from OXO! Thanks Wayfair!
Anonymous from Maryland
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The line has grown to more than 500 innovative products covering many areas of the home. Since founder Sam Farber sold the company and retired from OXO in 1995, the company was purchased in 1999 by World Kitchen, Inc., a housewares company based in Reston, Virginia, and then again in 2004 by Helen of Troy Limited. Today, OXO continues to be focused on creating innovative solutions for problems that users experience in their everyday tasks.