CDN DOT2 – ProAccurate Oven Thermometer – Large Dial, Stainless Steel, NSF Certified

July 4, 2017 - Comment

CDN’s ProAccurate Oven Thermometer (DOT2) is specially designed to measure oven temperatures with precise accuracy, ensuring best culinary results. Made from durable stainless steel with 2-way mounting and a durable laboratory glass lens that resists cracking and breaking, this NSF Certified oven thermometer has a wide temperature range of 150 to 550 F/70 to 280

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CDN’s ProAccurate Oven Thermometer (DOT2) is specially designed to measure oven temperatures with precise accuracy, ensuring best culinary results. Made from durable stainless steel with 2-way mounting and a durable laboratory glass lens that resists cracking and breaking, this NSF Certified oven thermometer has a wide temperature range of 150 to 550 F/70 to 280 C. In addition to its culinary benefits, the DOT2 can help save energy by ensuring that heat is not wasted by an oven that’s too hot. From meats to chocolate, the oven or the freezer, whatever you need a temperature reading on, CDN has the thermometer for the task. Specializing in kitchen measurement tools, CDN produces the widest variety of thermometers, timers and scales on the market. Featuring advanced technology, quality construction, easy-to-read displays and user-friendly operations, CDN thermometers are essential tools in any kitchen. CDN covers the thermometer with a five-year limited warranty.Ever wonder if your oven is hotter in the back than in the front? Does it seem like cookies bake faster than they should according to recipes? Avoid over- or undercooked food by testing your oven temperatures with this commercial-grade thermometer. Made of heavy-duty stainless steel, the thermometer features a wide base and a two-way hook so that it can be placed or hung anywhere inside the oven. The large 2-1/4-inch dial with its high-visibility red indicator needle measures temperatures in both Fahrenheit and Celsius, ranging from 150 to 550 degrees Fahrenheit (65 to 290 degrees Celsius). Temperatures are also grouped into cooking zones, such as warm, moderate, and broil, for quick reference. Certified by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF), this thermometer has been manufactured to high commercial standards. CDN covers the thermometer with a five-year warranty against defects.–Ann Bieri

Product Features

  • NSF-Certified-Large 2-inch dial with red indicator needle provides useful cooking zones
  • Measurement Range: 150 to 550 F/70 to 280 C
  • Wide base and two way mounting: stand or hang
  • Made of commercial grade stainless steel with durable laboratory quality glass lens
  • 5-year limited warranty
  • Please Note: Kindly refer the User Manual before use which is highly essential.

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Comments

C.N. Cotten says:

CDN Dot2 vs Cooper-Atkins Oven Thermometer Our oven broke and while having it serviced I was told our old oven thermometer was off 50 degrees. Both this thermometer and the Cooper-Atkins 24HP-01-1 Stainless Steel Bi-Metal Oven Thermometer, 100 to 600 degrees F Temperature Range got mostly good reviews but a few bad ones. I bought both.They recorded comparable temperatures when placed side-by-side over a range of temperatures. It’s useful having both as you can see how the temperature varies with location in the oven (without opening the door, which changes the temp, and moving it). When the repairman returned with a back-ordered part he confirmed that the temperature they recorded agreed with his more expensive instrument.The CDC Dot is slightly larger, easier to read, but has less contrast, its background is silver not white, and is about $2 more. See attached photo of them side-by-side.

UpperDown says:

Very accurate, with one teensy issue . . . ⏲ I bought this oven thermometer to confirm the accuracy of another yet another oven thermometer —- so that together I could calibrate my Bosch oven’s thermometer that I suspected was too low. The other oven thermometer I have is . Both thermometers read the very same at 200℉, 300℉ and 400℉. With two thermometers that agreed exactly on the temperature of my oven, I was able to calibrate my oven’s thermometer which turned out to be about 15℉ too low. 

Joe says:

Great tool…oven temps are not accurate Although my oven temperature was accurate, what I did not know was how long it took to get to 350 degrees. I would set the oven to pre-heat, the beep would sound and I would start baking the dish. Little did I know that when the beep sounded my oven was only at 275-300 degrees. It took another 10-12 minutes for the oven to actually reach an ambient temperature of 350 degrees. Once it hit 350 degrees, it stayed there and was accurate. I was experiencing many dishes under cooked and trying to figure out the problem. With this…problem solved.P.S. Also checked the thermometer against another thermometer to ensure accuracy.

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