Tuesday, December 9, 2014
IRT20 Temperature Gun Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer With Laser Targeting by MeasuPro Review
The MeasuPro eliminates my need to insert a thermometer in the food I'm cooking or baking. This is a non-contact infrared thermometer with no direct surface contact necessary. Cool? YES! :)
MeasuPro offers a unique version of the infrared thermometer to make it easy to get a precise temperature reading with no direct surface contact necessary. It is ultra-efficient and easy to use. It features advanced ergonomic design and rugged construction for industrial environments, the finish is made of rubber oil and is sweat-proof.
The screen light can be turned on or off and I can also change the temperature reading to either Celsius or Farenheit.
This is such a handy tool because I don't have to physically measure the temperatures of our food, oven and refrigerator. With just 1 click of the trigger, I can easily measure the temperature of objects and make sure it's within range. It's accurate and the temperature reading doesn't change even when I'm near or far from the object I'm targeting.
I like the blue backlight option in the screen because I can see the reading even if it's dark. The laser pointer is very nice too because I'm sure I'm targeting the right object.
It's very easy to use and it's really light so I really do love this infrared thermometer. :)
You can purchase the MeasuPro IRT20 on Amazon for $19.99 with free shipping if you have Prime.
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