July 17, 2024

iDevices Food Thermometers Recalled for Ingestion Hazard

The Consumer Products Safety Commission is recalling iDevices cooking thermometer probes because the plastic insulator inside the stainless steel probe is not heat resistant. The plastic can melt and fall into the food, making it an ingestion hazard.

The recall is for all Pro Ambient Temperature Probes and Pro Meat Probes manufactured from May 2014 through June 2014. The probes were sold separately as an accessory for the iGrill, iGrill2, iGrillmini grilling thermometers and the Kitchen Thermometer and Kitchen Thermometer mini cooking thermometers. The meat probe was sold as a component of the iGrill2 set.

iDevices recalled food thermometersThe probes are maid of a curved stainless steel rod attached to a mini connector by a steel braided cable. The Pro Ambient Temperature probes are about 6″ long with a metal grate clip on the end. Pro Meat Probes are 6-3/4″ long. iGrill Pro Meat Probes and iGrill Pro Ambient Probes come with either a red or yellow rubber sleeve and an oval black plastic cord holder. Kitchen Thermometer Pro Meat Probes and Kitchen Thermometer Pro Ambient Probes come with a green rubber sleeve and a round white plastic cord holder. Recalled probes have only two indentations, or crimps, in the base of the probe tube where it is attached to the braided cable. You can see pictures of the recalled products at the CPSC web site.

UPC numbersĀ 852931005148, 852931005193, 852931005162 or 852931005216 are printed on the bottom of the product packages. The firm has received 11 reports of the probe overheating and the plastic insulating melting during normal use, but no injuries have been reported to date.

If you purchased one of these products, stop using it immediately. Contact iDevices for a free replacement. They were sold at many stores around the country, including Amazon.com, Ace Barnes Hardware, Gourmet Chef, Kansas City BBQ, and others. The thermometers were manufactured in China.

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