Williams-Sonoma Ratings and Reviews

Shop Now At Williams-Sonoma
Shop or
Choose a Category
This product is no longer available. Continue shopping at Williams-Sonoma.

Thermometer Fork

Our thermometer fork shows the exact internal temperature of food in a flash. Its genius comes from copper-tipped tines equipped with Rapid-Read microprocessors for fast, precise readings. Once food reaches over 113deg.F (45deg.C), a grid appears on the display. You'll see temperature and doneness levels (rare, medium-rare, medium and well-done) for beef, fish, poultry and pork. Innovative copper tips on the fork's stainless-steel prongs register temperatures instantly. Digital display located on the handle shows exact temperature in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. Quickly check the temperature and doneness ranges for fish, beef, pork and chicken-no need to change settings between different kinds of food. Large LCD is easy to read-great for night grilling. Handle has hole for hanging. 14" long. Uses two AAA batteries (included). Made in China. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
Average Customer Rating:
1 out of 5
 out of 
(1 Review) 1
0 of 1(0%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Thermometer Fork
Review 1 for Thermometer Fork
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
August 2, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:1 - 3 months
Uses product:Once a week
Would You Recommend? No
21of 22found this review helpful.
Takes 1 full minuet to read the temperature
August 2, 2013
This Thermometer Fork takes 1 full minuet to read the temperature of a 165 dec piece of meat. This product should come with a welding glove to hold the Thermometer Fork if you want to check the temp with the meat on your grill.
Cons: takes 1 full minuet to read the temperature
Video Review:
(click to see the video)
User submitted video
Read Comment (1)
Read Comments (1)
Customer avatar
Austin TX
Posted September 1, 2013
Take it off the grill
Why wouldn't you take it off the grill to test? That's what cooks do when testing roasts - take it off the grill, then test. Am I wrong? Thanks for the demo and in my opiinion it looks as if you are an inexperienced cook in this regard.
Read Comments (1)
Read Comment (1)