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Kyle

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I love my Thermapen and this is a good deal. To get the discount price you must follow this link.

http://www.thermoworks.com/products/thermapen/splashproof_thermapen_open_box_sale.html

*Please note I have ZERO affiliation with Thermoworks other than being a satisfied customer. I am simply trying to pass along a good deal on a product that might interest the members here. If this posting violates the site rules, please remove the post. As far as I know, Thermapens are only available on the Thermoworks site and Amazon, so this shouldn't be stepping on any of our vendors' toes.
 

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Very nice deal, thanks for posting!
 

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ooo tempting beyond tempting. I really don't need to spend a surprise $70, but man this would be handy at work.

And home...

aaaarrrrgggh
 

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All I can say is: buy it. There is something innately satisfying with buying something that you know is the best and will last. This is one of those products.

k.
 

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I love mine so much that I gave them to my siblings for Xmas a year ago!
 

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Thanks for the heads-up. Picked up a couple to have for gifts to family members later in the year :cool2:
 

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This is really tempting, I have been wanting one for quite some time. Thanks for the heads up.
 

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If you have ever even thought about it, this is the time to jump on it! They really do change the way that your meat comes out! (so to speak!)
 

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Spike speaketh the truth. And it is nice to have a 'pen' that you trust to use outside of just meat. I use mine for oil and milk for cheese curd too. Also, when I dropped mine and the casing cracked, they replaced it with no questions asked even though I told them it was my fault.

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Oh man. I really want this.....grrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

I've been using a crappy one for so long, but $70!
 

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Believe me, it is cheap at twice the price!! You have no idea how much these things help your outcomes. There is no comparison.
 

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Oh man. I really want this.....grrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

I've been using a crappy one for so long, but $70!
Yeah. Kinda like a knife for $300, a cutting board for $175, an enameled cast iron pot for $250, etc.

And not many people who have ponied up for that stuff have regretted it.

Had my wife buy me a thermapen for x-mas a couple years ago. Bought her another one to use for baking a year later. Both well worth it.
 

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I use mine as a rectal thermometer.

k.

Edit: just kidding.
 

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Yeah. Kinda like a knife for $300, a cutting board for $175, an enameled cast iron pot for $250, etc.

And not many people who have ponied up for that stuff have regretted it.

Had my wife buy me a thermapen for x-mas a couple years ago. Bought her another one to use for baking a year later. Both well worth it.


SHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

You're bringing back bad memories!

Maybe I'll pony up the cash.

Actually, my last thermometer died in a vat of sugar windows for my gingerbread house.
 

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I love mine. Gave one to my father for Christmas this year. May need to get a few more for upcoming birthdays etc.

What color/s are people ordering? Mine's white, but I like that dark green. :)
 

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wish it didnt cost 100 once shipping was added on!
That's a good reason to buy two, as shipping is the same! Maybe you could split an order with a fellow Toronto KKF member?

Ordered a yellow one and a pink one, as one will probably go to my mom (so my wife and I can use it when we cook at her house :D
), and the pink one for my 15-year-old niece, who is trying to learn how to cook despite my sister's best efforts to train her to be a princess :lol2:
 

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That's a good reason to buy two, as shipping is the same! Maybe you could split an order with a fellow Toronto KKF member?

Ordered a yellow one and a pink one, as one will probably go to my mom (so my wife and I can use it when we cook at her house :D
), and the pink one for my 15-year-old niece, who is trying to learn how to cook despite my sister's best efforts to train her to be a princess :lol2:
Did the math..still works out to $88.00 U.S(not sure what the exchange rate is Can vs U.S $).Still better than $100.00 +
 

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Did the math..still works out to $88.00 U.S(not sure what the exchange rate is Can vs U.S $).Still better than $100.00 +
Not a bad deal, as the new ones had been selling to US customers for $99 + $6/ shipping until the recent $10 price drop.
 

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The initial outlay doesn't make sense: $70 for a thermometer?! But after using it you forget how much it costs and just look at it as one of your absolute best kitchen tools.
 

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Thanks for the heads-up, I have been wanting one of these for a couple years now ever since I saw one.

Too good of a deal to pass up!!!:thumbsup:
 

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To all my Canadian brothers and sisters(not sure if this applies to U.S facebook users),Ace Bakery(on facebook)has a special offer for their "friends" 3 second Thermapen $70.00 +HST(not sure about shipping it said $0.00 just before checkout) limited quantities.
 

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To all my Canadian brothers and sisters(not sure if this applies to U.S facebook users),Ace Bakery(on facebook)has a special offer for their "friends" 3 second Thermapen $70.00 +HST(not sure about shipping it said $0.00 just before checkout) limited quantities.
Is this different form a regular thermapen?
 

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To all my Canadian brothers and sisters(not sure if this applies to U.S facebook users),Ace Bakery(on facebook)has a special offer for their "friends" 3 second Thermapen $70.00 +HST(not sure about shipping it said $0.00 just before checkout) limited quantities.
Is this different from a regular thermapen?

Anyways I ordered 2 before they run out...haha..buy first ask questions later.
 
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