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ThermoPro TP-15 Instant Read Thermometer Is it a good one?

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    ThermoPro TP-15 Instant Read Thermometer Is it a good one?

    Hi all! Just asking for some advice! I need an instant read thermometer (I only have a stay in probe and it doesn’t work well for steak haha) and saw the good review for the ThermoPro TP-15 Instant Read Thermometer.

    Does anyone who has this unit like it! The price is great, but I don’t want to buy a new one every year either.

    Thanks in advance for your help!


    Not familiar with that one, but I see ThermoPro is having a 15% off site wide sale today. I think most around here would recommend the ThermoWorks Mk4, which is on sale now as a new model came out, but still pricey.


      Here is a review on AR about the ThermoPro. It earned a Platinum rating. I have the ThermoPro TP-19H and like it a lot. The temp times in both of these thermometers is about 3-4 seconds. Usually good enough for me. However, the ThermoWorks is the Gold standard around these parts. Their latest instant read has a time of about 1 second once inserted into the meat to give you the IT. But they’re also about $100. If the speed isn’t that big of a deal to you, I’d recommend the ThermoPro, can’t beat their price, especially for $15.


      Heres AR’s review of the ThermoWorks.

      Last edited by Panhead John; August 19, 2021, 12:24 PM.


        For the price I think that is a really good way to go, especially with the good review on the free side of AR. Even if it only lasts a few years, its certainly worth $15. I use Thermoworks myself as my instant reads are used for brewing beer, and I need accuracy to within a degree. But if I was just using it for cooking, this $15 Thermopro seems like a good deal.


          Yep they are nice to have. Can't beat the price point either.


            For $15, I'm thinking about getting one just to provide contrast in my drawer to the Mk4's.


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              Plus there’s a $2.00 off coupon on Amazon you can apply. $13.00? It’s a steal. ThermoPro makes good stuff. I can attest to that.

            @stanw891 i have had this one for 6 months after my themoworks pop died and i realy like it, i check it every other cook by the ice water test and it reads 33,2 degrees every time.


              I have a Kizen, which is around the same price point, and have been happy with it as well.



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