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Great Glass Thermometers

You might not think you need a thermometer in your house, until you do. Once you need a thermometer for something, and you don’t have one, you’ll wish you did. They’re handy to have at the ready anytime you need to do some more advanced cooking or baking projects, like tempering chocolate or creating any kind of sugar work, or anytime you just need to know the temperature of a room or liquid for any medical or scientific reason. Keep one of these four options on hand.

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Most Decorative 

Wind & Weather Colorful Law of Physics Indoor Glass Galileo Thermometer

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A Unique Piece of Scientific Decor. Make your bric-a-brac pull double duty.

What We Liked

This colorful thermometer channels the power of ancient science, using a method of temperature reading created by Galileo. A blown glass cylinder features blown glass balls of different colors, and the balls rise or fall based on temperature readings, with small charms inside the cylinder to help you read the temperature. This is an incredibly beautiful thermometer. Order Online.

Best for Cooking 

CDN TCH130 Glass Chocolate/Candy Tempering Thermometer

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Get Your Complex Cooking and Baking Projects Right Every Time. No more guessing as you temper chocolate or candy.

What We Liked

If you frequently work with chocolate, sugar or candy in the kitchen, a tempering thermometer like this is a must-have. That kind of work takes precise temperature measurements that you just can’t risk to chance. This glass thermometer measures between 40 and 130 degrees Fahrenheit and comes with a five-year limited warranty. Purchase Yours Today.

Best for Liquids

H-B DURAC B60800-3100 General Purpose Liquid-in-Glass Thermometer

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Easy to Use, Easy to Read. This thermometer can do it all.

What We Liked

This total immersion thermometer is perfect for reading the temperature of any liquid, and it can read just about any liquid imaginable. It’s able to measure anywhere from -20 to 150 degrees Celsius. Get It Here.

Best Room Thermometer 

H-B DURAC Plus Pocket Liquid-In-Glass Thermometer

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No Tech, No Worries. An old-fashioned, simple room thermometer.

What We Liked

If you have a room thermometer that runs on batteries or solar power and you’re just tired of not getting correct readings or having it run out of juice whenever you need it, go with this old-fashioned option. The liquid-in-glass, old-fashioned thermometer measures up to 220 degrees Fahrenheit. Buy Now.