If you're still checking the temperature of your food by opening up the oven or grill to look at a thermometer, it's time to level up. This wireless thermometer from Maverick is only $50 today with promo code EDYPAZML, and it comes packed with features:
A team of researchers has made the world's most sensitive thermometer at room temperature, which is three times more precise than any to go before it—and it's made of light.
Turns out diamonds have powers beyond bringing bling-happy jewelry enthusiasts and hopeful lovers to their knees. Harvard researchers have figured out how to make the shiny little pebbles into the world's tiniest thermometers. How tiny? Small enough to take the temperature of an individual cell.
A giant thermometer is on display in the Turpan Prefecture of China. I don't know what's more ominous. The giant rod standing tall in the sky or the rising red level that measures the local temperature.
There are two activities every red-blooded American man loves: grilling steak and being lazy. The Steak Button Thermometer lets you indulge both of those rituals at once by keeping an eye on your meat so you don't have to.
This one may be too easy, but I had forgotten how beautiful it can be. So, what is it? Stylized ornaments? Blowing glass? Maybe even earrings? No, the answer is much more functional than that.
Plenty of apps will give you hourly weather forecasts and maps of storm patterns and your horoscope and all that, but what if you just want a huge, gorgeous thermometer? Say Hello to Thermo. It's free! Mercury free, too.
When you're grilling, nothing's more handy than a digital thermometer...except maybe these: Tongs that incorporate a very fine temperature probe so you don't need to fiddle with multiple tools.
Not many thermometers claim to be well-designed and booze-filled. If you're ever left in a dry house, you at least have one more option. Then again, regular thermometers can get you messed up fast too (and dead). [Unpluggd]
Man, I don't even ski and I want this. The Timex Expedition WS4 features a altimeter, barometer, thermometer, chronograph, alarm and compass packed into a sweet-looking, rugged sport watch with a big display.
We like strange USB gadgets: Brando's new gizmo plugs into a USB port and gives you accurate temperature and humidity measurements, on a second-by-second basis, if you like. It even logs the data for you, in a spreadsheet-friendly fashion. So that you can, you know, predict if it's going to rain on your laptop. Maybe…
The Musical SpongeBob Digital Thermometer. According to the box, it "plays SpongeBoob SquarePants Theme" while in use, and it is for "oral, underarm and rectal use." According to me, I'm not sticking this in any place.
This gadget from Polar is a multifunction card reader that distinguishes itself from all the others with a dust-proof sliding lid and a built-in clock (wow!) and thermometer. It is an analog thermometer, but what the heck: everything else is digital nowadays, so its nice to see some cheapo mashup analogness. The…
If anyone does weird LCD TVs, it's Hannspree. And, while I can understand the importance of fire truck- and french fries-shaped TVs, I am not entirely convinced about Time Square, a 12-inch LCD TV with built-in clock, thermometer and hygrometer, whose dials swing open to reveal speakers.
With this $15 set of 4 steak thermometers, you'll no longer have to yell at your kids whenever he or she cooks your steak the wrong way. Just plop the reusable thermometer inside your steak and watch as the gauge goes from Rare to Medium to Well.
I am a bit of a wine snob, if I do say so myself. Every time I am ready to crack open that bottle of Boone's Farm I have to make sure I know it is the right temperature for consuming. That stuff is pretty classy at $3 per bottle, and I wouldn't want to ruin a bottle by compromising its flavor. Checking wine…