Have you ever been using a food thermometer, and the screen was simply too difficult to read? A lot of food thermometers have narrow view angles, dark displays, and slow read speeds. If you’re a left-handed individual, those problems are even worse. Most food thermometers are oriented for right-handed people, and lefties are typically forced to use them in an awkward fashion.
One product goes above and beyond to solve those problems. The ThermoPro TP19 gives you the fastest and most reliable instant food thermometer reading possible, and it has plenty of advanced features to help you read its results with ease.
In this article, you’ll learn about what readability features the TP19 has, and you’ll learn why so many people have started to use ThermoPro food thermometer products.
180 Degree Viewing Angle
The viewing angle on an instant read food thermometer affects how well you can read it when you’re not looking directly at the screen. If you’ve ever looked at a cheap TV from the side of it, you’ve probably noticed how most of the screen is dark and nearly impossible to see. That’s what a narrow viewing angle causes.
Most food thermometers suffer from that same issue. That’s because their viewing angles are only rated at 45-88 degrees, and that means that you’ll have to be directly in front of them to see anything more than a black blur.
The ThermoPro TP19 has a much wider viewing angle, and you can clearly see the screen from anywhere within a 180 degree arc without any parts of screen becoming skewed or darkened.
The 180 degree viewing angle makes it a lot easier to properly read your food’s temperature without having to adjust it or the thermometer. That helps to keep you from moving your food around when it’s unnecessary, and it keeps you from having to awkwardly move around your grill and potentially harming yourself.
A backlit screen is a screen that illuminates itself via lighting behind the actual display. They’re present in most high-quality electronics, and nearly every smartphone has one. However, a lot of food thermometers don’t.
That makes it difficult to read your food thermometer when you’re working with your grill lid partially down, and it’s nearly impossible when you’re cooking outside in the evening.
Screens that lack illumination are also difficult to read in brightly lit areas. Think about all the times you’ve fired up your barbecue pit on a sunny summer day, and you had to squint to read your thermometer.
The ThermoPro TP19 doesn’t suffer from that, though. Its screen is fully illuminated by a bright lighting system to ensure that you’re always able to read your food’s temperature with ease.
Left-handed cooks often get the short end of the stick when it comes to cooking instruments. With the majority of the world being right-handed, most manufacturer’s don’t see a point in making tools that are easy for left-handed people to use. That often leads to the left-handed population having to awkwardly adjust their hands to use a lot of different cooking tools.
However, the ThermoPro TP19 isn’t like that. Its button layout and handle design are easy for left-handed people to use, and it won’t cause any discomfort over longer periods of use. While it’s not a symmetrical design, it is almost 100 percent ambidextrous.
This is another feature that will help lefties make the most out of the TP19. With most food thermometers, the display is set in a specific position. That position is typically oriented so right-handed people can read the thermometer with ease.
The TP19 is set up like that by default, but it automatically flips its display when a left-handed person picks it up. That means that you won’t have to deal with anymore awkward moments because of the screen being oriented in the wrong direction. This also helps to prevent you from reading the thermometer improperly.
Ultra High Speed Read Speed
If you’ve ever used a traditional meat thermometer, you probably know how long it can take to get a proper reading. During the time that you’re waiting on a reading, the food continues to cook, and that can lead to some more sensitive dishes becoming overcooked. It’s also a waste of time.
The TP19 alleviates this issue with a thermocouple sensor that is more precise than most other sensors. The sensor is extremely sensitive to temperature changes, and it’s able to relay the information that it receives almost instantly.
The sensitivity and speed of the sensor allows you to receive accurate readings within as little as two or three seconds. That allows you to spend more time cooking and less time waiting on a basic temperature reading.
The ThermoPro TP19 is a well-rounded food thermometer, and it’s one of the easiest to read. When you use a ThermoPro food thermometer, you gain access to an illuminated display, auto-rotating information, extremely fast read speeds, and a comfortable handle regardless of which hand is your dominant hand.
The ThermoPro TP19 belongs in the hands of any barbecue enthusiast, and if you haven’t picked one up yet, it might just be the right time to do so.
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