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> > Recently, I found another model that is digital (HOO-HAH!) It reads
> > from - -58 to 302 degrees F. The resolution is 0.1 degree F! Simply
> > awesome for $19.
> I think Hanna Instruments carries something very similar to this -- we
> bought it for around that price. I wonder if the resolution is that good
> though. It's called the "Checktemp II", and we got it off the Hanna site
> (wwww.hannainst.com I think).
> Pretty silly when you consider that the Radio Shack +/- 2 F thermometers
> are selling for similar prices. No contest!
There is a difference between resolution and accuracy. The Radio Shack
unit displays to ± 0.1°F resolution, but has ± 2°F accuracy. The Hanna
Instruments displays to ± 0.1°F and has an accuracy of ± 0.5°F and costs
$26. Hanna Instruments is still a better instrument and at a good price