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Ain't it preeeeety!

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Is that one of the new backlit ones?
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Hi
no it's just a plain ol green one. Dang I didn't think of that. Smh
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But if you drop it in the grass you will never find it!!!

 

Just kidding.  Thermopens are the snizzle....

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I got one. Coming for Father's Day...can't wait. yahoo.gif
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Awesome! Happy Father's Day!
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Excellent , you will love it ; I have the 'Stealth Black' for those covert test :

Thermopen instant read Probe. I chose the 'Black Covert' model

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Awesome!!
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I want either a pink or an orange one!  Jealous!  giggle

 

Kat

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Mine's British Racing Green, just like my old Triumph, or at least parts of my old Triumph. Hopefully this one is more reliable and won't leave oil spots on the counter. It's certainly faster than my Triumph was. In the pics it's wearing its protective silicone boot so you can't really see the color.

 

 

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I hope no UFO's come down and take it from me 😁
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Love mine. Orange with the boot.

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Originally Posted by Mdboatbum View Post

Mine's British Racing Green, just like my old Triumph, or at least parts of my old Triumph. Hopefully this one is more reliable and won't leave oil spots on the counter. It's certainly faster than my Triumph was. In the pics it's wearing its protective silicone boot so you can't really see the color.








Sorry to detract from the thread, but was your Triumph a motorcycle or a car?
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Congrats on the new toy...I'm envious!

 

Red

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Thank you mr red!
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Great tools. Not cheap, but I noticed that my cooking and baking improved quite a bit when I finally coughed up some dough for proper instrumentation! And a digital scale for weighing ingredients!!

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