Stick-On Thermometer Strip
A hassle-free way to keep an eye on the temperature of your ferments.
Whether you are fermenting vegetables, culturing milk kefir, or making kombucha, temperature is an important factor in home fermenting. A few degrees can be the difference between perfectly thickened milk kefir and kefir resembles plain milk. If you want to keep an eye on the temperature of your cultures with minimal effort, this stick-on thermometer does just the trick. Just stick it to your culturing container and watch the colors change with the temperature.
- Measures in both Fahrenheit and Celcius | Range: 58° - 88°F (14° - 31°C)
- Instant Response - Continuous Readout | No batteries or glass - Non Toxic
- Material: Adhesive Tape: Double-Coated Adhesive Tape | Covering Film: Polyester 5 mil stock | Color Change Material: Non toxic mixture of liquid crystal esters
- Shelf Life: 12 months when stored at room temperature. Can last up to several years if stored and used in proper conditions such as being stored at room temp, kept away from UV light, and not exposed to moisture and solvents.
- Accuracy: - 30 to 59°C ±1°C | 60 to 89°C ±2°C | 90 to 120°C ±3°C
How Digi-Temp Thermometers Work:
- These thermometers consist of a series of temperature-sensitive elements containing microencapsulated Thermochromic Liquid Crystal (TLC).
- As a specific temperature is reached, each element distinctly changes color.
- The TLC strips are calibrated so that the indicator that shows green indicates the actual temperature.
- If no temperature is highlighted in green the temperature is outside the range of the thermometer.
What Our Customers Are Saying
The color gradient makes it clear what the temperature is. I have not tried the adhesive because I don’t want it to be dedicated to a single jar.
I thought it seemed pricey, but after looking around this seems to be the going price for these.
I have learned to not assume the temperature of an area. We keep our house set at 72° on the thermostat. No matter where we put our ferments they are 68-70°.
Haven't used it yet
Sorry, I have not had time to try it.