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KTHC11797 Master Class

Master Class Large St/Steel Fridge Thermometer

by Master Class
£4.02

£0.30 credit back reward with this item.

4.02
  • The easy to read large dial measures temperatures from -30° to 30° Celsius and -20° to 80° Fahrenheit, and even includes colour coded ideal temperature zones for deep freeze, freezing, ideal storage and warm.
  • Master Class Deluxe Large Stainless Steel Fridge Thermometer with a stylish polished stainless steel casing and an option to hang inside the fridge, or free stand on the fridge or freezer shelf
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  • Expected Despatch By 19/12/2016
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Description

Product Description

    • Monitoring the temperature helps to keep food fresh and usable for longer.

      Wipe clean only.
    • The acceptable temperature range for fridge storage is 2° to 4° Celsius and 35° to 40° Fahrenheit

Review

  • A family business, Kitchen Craft was established by Thomas Plant in 1850 as a manufacturer and wholesaler of ironmongery and household products. The company has developed over the years to become a respected consumer brand for all types of kitchen products and accessories. Offering an unparalleled choice of products designed for today’s living; cooking, baking, preparation, serving and bar items.

About Brand

  • Master Class is Kitchen Craft’s premium brand with over 300 deluxe kitchen tools, gadgets, knives and accessories including award winning bakeware collection. Cook with confidence. Perfect for the aspiring Master Chef.

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  • Kitchen Craft
  • HCODE

    KTHC11797

  • MPN

    MCFRIDGESS

  • MANUFACTURER

    KitchenCraft

  • EAN CODE

    5028250150646

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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