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December 3, 2016
My main reason for getting this IR temperature gun was for checking the surface temperatures in my reptile’s vivarium’s (Bearded Dragon, Corn Snake and Geko) and its perfect for this and by far the most accurate and easy method for making these spot check and when setting up new viv’s. It requires one 9v battery which is included, then simply press the trigger and aim the red laser at the surface that you want to read the temperature of, the reading is “live“ whilst the trigger is pressed so the reading on the display will change as you move the red dot to different areas which is great for checking for hot/cold spots on surfaces, then on realising the trigger the current reading is fixed and shown on the display. There are 3 buttons below the display the first one switches the laser pointer on and off, the second switches the measurement between Celsius and Fahrenheit and the third switches the back light on the display on and off. This is a cheap and accurate way of taking temperature measurements from many surfaces, it has so many uses it would be impossible to list them all. Have to add my cats think it’s a great toy and go mad chasing the laser around!
January 25, 2018
This thermometer has done the job I bought it for, to find cold spots in our house. I searched our house for draughts prior to getting this item without success but within a few minutes using the GM550 I had identified several cold spots. This thermometer seems to be fairly accurate around room temp. but below freezing point it is a long way out. I took it outside on a frosty morning when my out door thermometer was at -1.2 C. and I was getting readings around -13 C. As the product description says (Measurement Range: Between -50 °C and 550 °C) but (Operating Temperature: Between 0°C and 40°C) maybe the unit would not be accurate as the operating temp was below freezing. I then went to the deep freeze opened the lid and aimed the device in the freezer, I got readings between -35 C and -37 C. When I took items from the freezer and tested them I got reading from -30 to -35 C. I have tested temp in deep freeze and it is showing -18.7 C. I have not had the opportunity to test at high temp yet but did test on boiling kettle aand got reading of 60 C but as this is a polished surface I did not expect an accurate result. So beware of accuracy of this item.
December 2, 2017
I bought this to ensure the temperature in my Tortoises terrarium was accurate. I took it to work and set up 3 magnetic , calibrated temperature gauges we use on the railway to ascertain Rail temperature. Left them sat for 20 mins to ensure correct temperature. Then scanned the surface area next those with this. Was extremely happy to see the reading was practically the same ( maybe 0.1 or 0.2 of a degree difference - making out point of a degree on the railway used Ones is hard , nigh on impossible unless it's digital. ) So in conclusion I can say that this is a superb item for a great price . I'm happy and confident that I'm getting a genuine reading with this device.
July 16, 2017
This IR pistol-grip thermometer is excellent. Its LCD screen is viewable from ALL angles - cheap LCD digits disappear at odd angles. The illumination of the screen is even - it isn't lit from the top, the side or the bottom. The screen is nice and flush with the handset - it isn't inset - so it's easy to wipe clean. Nor are there any buttons under it to get in the way. The unit also feels nice in the hand. The ergonomics are good. It is weighted in the handle due to the battery and this feels right. The laser is also powerful AND 'shoots' straight. I have tested this 'meter against things of known temperature and it is accurate. This looks better than more expensive units on the market and I bet it is just as accurate, just like a £10 quartz watch is as accurate as a £100 one. You can also switch between lights on or off and Fahrenheit to Celcius with a discreet button near the battery in the handle. Oh, and I also now know that I like my coffee at EXACTLY 52.0C.
By Tony PP
April 27, 2017
I bought this planning to check my radiators in the home and also hot parts of the car. However I now find I use it to check the temperature of food. I tested it on frozen food in the freezer and fridge and got higher readings than I would have expected. I then took it to the supermarket and checked it on their frozen food. I got the same number as showing on their cabinet. So, I think this device is accurate. I also use it on hot food from the microwave and if I think the temperature is too low, I microwave it a bit more. Maybe this is going a bit too far as to what to use it for. I think it is great fun to use. Mine came without a battery and so I bought a 9v Hybrio one from Uniross. I can recommend these as well.
By Peter Barczak
April 24, 2017
This is one of the cheapest that I researched and was not expecting a top performing product but hoped for a decent tool. Well, I can't fault it. It is comfortable to hold and operate, not like some I looked at. It definitely works quickly, as can be proved by holding the trigger in and scanning across something as I did with my big telly. The reading varies as I scan, as you would expect with the top being hotter than the bottom. Water from my kettle shows as hotter than from my "instant hot cup" gadget, which was no suprise. Also, I know my neighbour's exterior wall emits 2 degrees C more than mine so I will advise him to get insulated. in all, i am very happy with the tool, the price and speed of delivery. Hmm, what can I point it at now? Wonder which of the neighbour's doggies is the coolest?
By D. Thomas
January 27, 2017
Absolutely great piece of kit at a bargain price. It sometimes takes a couple of seconds to register a different temperature, but if the trigger is held while moving between the two spots that delay doesn't seem to apply. The laser guide helps to make it easier to know what you are measuring, although if you are very close to the surface that you are testing then you should be aware that the actual spot being measured is about 1cm below the red dot. There is not much in my house that hasn't been shot and temperature-checked!
By Richard Jordan
November 16, 2016
I bought this to help with our cooking. For Christmas day we were going to have triple cooked chips which required the chip fat to be at specific temperature. I am also planning on doing all grain home brew and again wanted a contactless way of measuring temperature. The item arrived promptly, with a 9V battery and is so simple to use. I don't know ho long I spent zapping my hand, wall and radiators, the dog and my children to see their temperature and it soon turned into a game of guess the temperature. I found a cold spot in our dining room which explains why it's always so cold, was able to measure the temperature of our oven and ended up cooking superb chips for Christmas day lunch. I have heard sceptical comments about using this to measure liquid temperatures as it will only measure the surface temperature, but a bit of stirring will normally make sure the surface temperature reflects the whole of the the liquid. On the technical side, I am not sure how accurate it truly is, but other reviews have commented on this. All I can say s that it is useful piece of kit, a bit of fun too, and will no doubt be well used for years to come.
November 8, 2016
The build on this thermometer is surprisingly good. The device is well constructed and operates well. The plastic has a silky textured feel, and all of the panels fit together without gaps, or sharp seams. (a surprise for such a cheap model!) It measures temperatures as accurately as it states, and comes with both a battery and a belt holder. The laser is a nice touch, but you need to remember when taking a reading that the heat sensor is BELOW the red dot, not directly on it. You might think this is a bad design, but again - good design shines through. The laser beam is not angled downward into the heat sensors line of sight, not because it would change the reading, but because the laser-to-sensor offset would depend on how far away the sensor was from the item being measures. It's much easier to keep the laser dot/sensing area the same distance apart, and then it's constant no matter how far from the item being sensed is. All together a great device, and an even better price!
October 1, 2016
I bought this last Christmas to help with cooking a turkey in an unfamiliar oven, a task it performed admirably. It snowed, too, which allowed me to have a few minutes of fun outside. Snow is hardly the textbook black-body radiator, and I expected failure but again, it performed admirably. Since then it has proved useful in preparing tinctures in Kilner jars, balancing temperatures on exhaust manifolds and checking the chimney on my log burner to make sure it wasn't going to go all Three Mile Island on me. Note that there are similar-looking models of this at different prices. This has an extended upper range and I chose it because of the chimney work. Okay, a budget tool but it performs well, within expected parameters. If you're a wood stove owner, get one. MUCH better than a chimney-fitting thermometer
September 25, 2016
Ok Ok funny title I know but when the novelty has gone from checking radiator temps, draught hunting, meat heat settings in the pan for the perfect steak, oven temperature testing, car engine testing, you get the drift here, your imagination is the limit although not strictly for body temp a quick shot into the mouth or under the arm gives a good indicator. On a practical note this is not an expensive buy and so I did wonder about accuracy, I tested it against a well known more expensive unit owned by my son and the readings were consistent, all be it a degree different, taking into account the fact there is a margin of error of + or - they were close enough to be called accurate. Fed up yet then get the cat to burn off excess energy chasing the dot on the floor, just make sure the beam never shines into any eyes. The battery has lasted and still going much better than expected, especially considering extended use with the cat. BRYHER
By Barry Gunn
September 13, 2016
I am a chef. I worked with a chef recently who had one. While making sugar syrup he used this product and it was actually pretty accurate. So I got myself one and it is very good for a number of thing. However chefs reading this it is no substitute for a probe thermometer as it only gives out surface temperatures. I would recommend this to guys in the trade good for fast delivery checks on vans and fridges. Ovens and at this price amazing. And the delivery was practically next day. Amazing service.
By W Moule
August 25, 2016
My dog goes nuts for this. If it is chucking it down with rain, the dog won't go for a walk. A quick out for a pee then back she drags me. Then she is full of energy and bouncing around. So one day I stumbled on this, as an exercise method for the dog. I throw some blankets on the floor. Set to laser and point it into the blankets. The dog tries to catch the red dot. It is hysterically funny to watch. When she is panting I stop. She then sleeps for hours. Win! Oh yeah it is really good as a thermometer too.
By OCD Reader
August 22, 2016
Impressed for the money. I bought this for my nitro RC car and from an accuracy point of view 5 - 10 degrees variance is fine. However, I was very impressed to find that it seems even more accurate than that. I tested the A/C vents and found the metal to be several degrees cooler than the room temp. This makes sense, so I would say it is certainly within 2 or 3 degrees and maybe even a degree or two. Battery included. Very pleased because a similar HPI gauge is over twice the price and I can see me using this for a lot more than the nitro car.
By Dr. Jp Haxell
August 17, 2016
Great product and am delighted. Clear easy read screen. The laser can be used to "sight" the target area you are measuring. The manual that accompanies it clearly explains the various factors or parameters that affect all non-contact IR thermometers. My uses are mainly comparative (checking radiators etc) and therefore I have not attempted to calibrate it against a reference but as far as I can see , the readings are within a °C or so . It does the job and is MUCH better than another make that I used to have. Easier to use, clear screen etc.
By BERNARD CRAVEN
June 27, 2016
I bought this infra red thermometer to give me a rough indication of the glass temperature of my freshwater Aquariums. By comparing the readings with more accurate water temperature readings I was able to note the difference. For a quick check I can now fire it at the tanks regularly and see that the temperatures are correct. After doing it for a short I found that the IR thermometer started giving spurious readings or none at all. I assumed it was the thermometer. I have since found that it was the battery. It was more than half way to its expiry date. I had several other batteries of the same age. They all caused a similar problem.The thermometer seems a bit voltage critical. A new battery with a long expiry date has solved the problem It now works well.
March 10, 2016
Good a giving a sense of where cold spots and warm spots are in a room or a house; very helpful in identifying sources of cold or of heat loss. One perhaps lesser concern is that the useful red laser dot/pointer may not be aimed at exactly the spot where the device takes its temperature reading. With the red dot on / aimed at a 15mm warm hot water pipe, I was getting the temperature from the wall behind it rather than from the pipe. The solution was to move the red dot around (maybe 1cm away from the pipe) until the higher temperature came up on the read out. Its still a great device for the price. DMK
November 14, 2015
The main benefit if these devices is the zero contact measurement. It would be useful if you could shut off the beep as you can with the laser pointer, it can be very annoying. Actual accuracy at close range is good, but depends on the surface to be measured. Shiny surfaces require a bit of masking tape or similar to get a good reading I would recommend this supplier happily to anyone looking to buy a thermometer of this type. Delivery time was ok considering the distance, so leave plenty of time. Very good value for money .
By Chris Weston
October 4, 2015
I'm sure im not the only one whose first job with this was to go around the house 'shooting' the walls / windows / bath / fish tank / kettle to test their temperatures?! I expected this to be a bit cheap and nasty but it is really nice in the hand with soft rubbery coating on the plastic. Supremely easy to use (once you get a 9v battery) - just point and shoot. The laser pointer is useful so you know you're testing the right thing. Seems fairly accurate. Only bought really to muck about with and check for cold spots in the house. Only thing i would say is that it would be nice to have a bag or some sort of case or even a hanging loop as it is liable to get damaged chucked in a drawer / shelf somewhere.
By Mr. R. F. Penver
May 13, 2015
This is not intended to be a scientific instrument so some errors are acceptable. However, I did various tests and the indications of temperature were a little low at first but these got better with time. See the results of some tests:- Boiling water (100C) indicated 93C. With an ambient temperature of 23.5C the indicated results varied from 21.5C to 25.5C, taken from the same black surface on various occasions. Ice water (0C) indicated 0C. Body temperature taken from the inside of the mouth indicated 36.9C, which was about right. The surface emmisivity will make a difference to the reading but a value of 0.95 has been assumed and is close to that of most surfaces. Any user of this, or a similar device, may find the information on this website useful:- [...] The sensitive zone of my unit was up and to the left of the laser spot but within the target footprint.
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