IR Stove thermometer

Measures the temperature of skillets and food

When "medium heat" isn't precise enough

Cook more consistently

Follow recipes more closely

Prevent pan warping when rinsing

Know when your pan is preheated

Keep oil at a safe temperature

Prevent pans from overheating




This only measures the surface temperature, but I want to measure internal. What's the point?

Taking the internal temperature of meat etc is important. We've found there are already a number of great products available that do this, so we've focused on a different use.

Temperature guide

(Change to °F)

Smoke point of cooking oils:

Safe temperatures for pan rinsing (to prevent warping)

Coffee and tea example brewing temperatures

Works on non-stick, cast-iron, steel, and aluminum

Accuracy is best on dark surfaces, eg non-stick and cast-iron. Accuracy is reduced on shiny surfaces, but is good enough for many uses.

Why use this over a handheld IR sensor?

The idea behind the AnyLeaf Stove Thermometer is similar to that of handheld sensors. We think our thermometer is a better fit for cooking since it's hands-free, and always ready. The color codes help you check temperature at a glance, and the sensor is a higher-quality one than that used on common handhelds.

If you already cook with a handheld sensor, this is an upgrade.