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    Digital thermometers can be found that are also NIST-traceable, meaning their absolute, not only relative values are accurate. Cooper makes their NIST-traceable DPS300, -58deg to +302deg F, or in Centigrade if you like, for about $35. The Cooper DPS300 cannot be fully immersed, just the sensor stem which is about 5" long and made of stainless steel. It has some more rather neat features.
    [FONT="Arial"][/FONT]John Weinland

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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM-25 View Post
    I had a Kodak one up until about two weeks ago. I got done using it, went to put it back into the 1 liter graduate that I typically stored it in and it slipped out of my hand and fell about 4" inches into the graduate and cracked.

    I will never waste my money on one of those again, my cheaper dial ones all read the same as the fragile Kodak one anyway, just as fast and just as accurate...
    Your Kodak thermometer broke mounted in the metal support? I consider my Kodak thermometer to be my most durable because of the protective support.

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