Taylor 3519 Compact Digital Thermometer

KaTom #: 383-3519 • MPN: 3519
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Taylor 3519 Description

Make this waterproof pocket thermometer a part of your kitchen today! This waterproof pocket thermometer by Taylor Precision Products is small, discreet and can be used for a variety of functions. The digital read screen of this thermometer is straight forward and easy to interpret and the pen style means that it's easy to store most anywhere. The stainless steel stem means that you can safely take the temperature of hot water, cold water, or even baked goods. This waterproof pocket thermometer also has an automatic shut off after 10 minutes to conserve battery life.

Standard Features

  • Digital
  • Temperature range: -40 to 450 F
  • Large LCD display
  • Waterproof
  • Stainless steel stem
  • Data hold feature

Compact Digital Thermometer. Large Display, Auto Shut-Off, Instant Read, -40F to 450F. One Year Warranty.

Taylor 3519 Specifications

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Manufacturer Taylor
Weight 0.15

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Lowell said...
"For reasons unknown, the battery cap (sealed from water with an "O" ring) broke and will not hold the battery in place. What a cheap design for..."

FT said...
"We used it for candy. The probe came loose. It can't withstand pulling, twisting, bending, which means you have to fuss delicately with it when..."

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  • Battery cap broke

    By on November 5, 2016

    "For reasons unknown, the battery cap (sealed from water with an "O" ring) broke and will not hold the battery in place. What a cheap design for an expensive thermometer."
  • Mechanically fragile

    By on January 19, 2015

    "We used it for candy. The probe came loose. It can't withstand pulling, twisting, bending, which means you have to fuss delicately with it when you clean it. Previously, we used a long-wired Taylor probe, which went off calibration. I conclude the manufacturer isn't targeting its consumer store thermometers to customers whose time and attention are valuable."
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