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Wireless Thermometer

Written by Nicholas Kamuda
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Wireless thermometers have been wonderful household products since the days of mercury thermometers. With the maturation of digital temperature technology, wireless thermometers have become even more useful. Fussing with mercury thermometers' imprecise measurements and tiny displays seems like a thing of the past.

Wireless Thermometers Around the Home

There are a few main styles of wireless thermometers available. As any parent will tell you, there are wonderful digital thermometers for taking a person's temperature reading. They cost as little as 10 dollars and require as little as 10 seconds to take an accurate temperature reading, whereas mercury thermometers can take up to 3 minutes and give only an approximate temperature reading.

Also available are wireless cooking thermometers. Simply insert the tiny probe into the meat that you are cooking and shut the oven or grill. You can monitor the food's temperature from up to 100 feet away! I can't think of a more dramatic improvement over older cooking thermometers.

Lastly, wireless thermometers have been wonderful for home weather enthusiasts. Indoor weather stations can receive signals broadcast by wireless thermometers, providing constant, up-to-the-minute temperature data. Since most weather stations are capable of receiving signals from multiple remote units, it's easy to monitor not only the outside temperature, but the temperature of anywhere at all.


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