Rhino Digital Thermometer

The Rhino Digital Thermometer is easy to set and read for quick accurate measurement of textured milk and other beverages. An audible alarm beeps when the desired temperature you set has been reached.

The specially designed stainless steel clip allows the thermometer to sit perfectly in any milk pitcher. Designed with positive lock, quick-release action, the thermometer stem can be adjusted to the desired height.

When the clip is removed, the thermometer can also be used for general purpose cooking needs. Digital Thermometer measures 5" (13cm).

Temperature range: -50 to 250C (-58 to 482F)

Insert the stem of the thermometer through both holes in the clip. Pressing the clip together will allow for easier positioning along the thermometer stem. Push the clip down onto the side of the pitcher and position it until the stem tip is sitting just above the bottom of the pitcher. Set your desired temperature for an audible alarm or just read the display for desired temperature.

Temperature guide:

  • Steamed Milk: 122-149F/50-65C
  • Espresso: 185-194F/85-90C
  • Black Tea: 212F/100C
  • Green Tea: 160-180F/70-80C

Important Information:

Always position the Rhino Coffee Gear Milk Thermometer on the pitcher before filling to ensure you have it seated at the correct height. -

Do not place thermometer in Hot Oven or Microwave. - Clean the thermometer stem before and after each use. -

Temperature range is -50 to 250C (-58 to 482F).

Warranty Note:

If the code "LL.L" appears on the thermometer screen, either the maximum operating temperature has been exceeded, static electricity has interfered with the thermometer, or the thermometer has been used in an electromagnetic oven or microwave oven. If any of these user errors occur, the unit will not be covered under warranty.

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J.T.
Laggs

Hi guys! I found that the thermometer lags quite a bit so we are having to set the temperature to maybe 46 or 48 for it to catch up in time and end up being a 60-65° coffee. Not super perfect for training staff. Might be that an analogue one would be more efficient? Thanks!

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Sam
measures temperature without mercy

i wish to say i had a positive experience with this thermometer but it showed me that i had been brewing my coffee too old for years. what a painful eye opener

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Dan
Simple to use and versatile

Use it for steaming milk (the alarm is a great option) as well as for general cooking!

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The Rhino Digital Thermometer is easy to set and read for quick accurate measurement of textured milk and other beverages. An audible alarm beeps when the desired temperature you set has been reached.

The specially designed stainless steel clip allows the thermometer to sit perfectly in any milk pitcher. Designed with positive lock, quick-release action, the thermometer stem can be adjusted to the desired height.

When the clip is removed, the thermometer can also be used for general purpose cooking needs. Digital Thermometer measures 5" (13cm).

Temperature range: -50 to 250C (-58 to 482F)

Insert the stem of the thermometer through both holes in the clip. Pressing the clip together will allow for easier positioning along the thermometer stem. Push the clip down onto the side of the pitcher and position it until the stem tip is sitting just above the bottom of the pitcher. Set your desired temperature for an audible alarm or just read the display for desired temperature.

Temperature guide:

  • Steamed Milk: 122-149F/50-65C
  • Espresso: 185-194F/85-90C
  • Black Tea: 212F/100C
  • Green Tea: 160-180F/70-80C

Important Information:

Always position the Rhino Coffee Gear Milk Thermometer on the pitcher before filling to ensure you have it seated at the correct height. -

Do not place thermometer in Hot Oven or Microwave. - Clean the thermometer stem before and after each use. -

Temperature range is -50 to 250C (-58 to 482F).

Warranty Note:

If the code "LL.L" appears on the thermometer screen, either the maximum operating temperature has been exceeded, static electricity has interfered with the thermometer, or the thermometer has been used in an electromagnetic oven or microwave oven. If any of these user errors occur, the unit will not be covered under warranty.