Digital thermometers are better for temperature measurements, and can be used in a variety of applications, including cooking, refrigerating and home-based devices, but it’s important to keep in mind that they’re not the absolute best option.
The best option for this is the digital oral thermometers, which offer much more reliable temperature readings, although they are still a lot more expensive than their digital counterparts.
Read more Digital thermometer costs £20-£25, depending on the brand, and offer a very good digital display and a large range of temperature settings, including the usual temperature range of 200-250C.
You can get the digital ones for around £15-£20, but they’re still not the best option, unless you want to cook with them.
There are also a range of digital juice bars, which you can buy at many supermarkets and health food stores for around the same price, but offer a lot less in the way of temperature control.
You’ll also need a good digital temperature sensor, as these will be cheaper and require less space.
Read our tips on buying a digital thermogram for a good thermometer.
If you want a good-quality digital juice box, the Philips Digital Juice box has a good range of options and can work as a digital thermostat, but you’ll need to get a good quality sensor, or you’ll find it to be less accurate.
This is especially true if you want something that can be set to run for hours at a time, rather than only a few hours, which can make it difficult to control your thermostats.