- Measures the temperature of the soil
- Suitable for outdoor use
- Grades in Celsius & Fahrenheit
A soil thermometer is a convenient way to measure the temperature of garden land and flower beds. The soil temperature gauge is easy to use and gives you a good way to find out when you can start sowing or planting potatoes in the soil in the spring.
The thermometer is handy to use in spring when the soil temperature can differ between shaded and sunny sides. The soil thermometer is best suited to being permanently embedded in the soil in one place, but can of course be moved and placed in different locations. The temperature changes slowly and accurately, so leave it in the soil for a while before reading the results.
Soil thermometer for outdoor useThe dice-shaped knob at the top makes it easy to grasp and pull the thermometer out of the ground. The thermometer is designed for outdoor use, but can of course also be used to measure the temperature of the soil indoors.
Measures in Celsius & FahrenheitThe thermometer is graduated in both Celsius and Fahrenheit and is easy to read with the red bar. The temperature range is -10 °C to +100 °C degrees Celsius and 6 °F to 230 °F Fahrenheit.
Temperature measurement: -10 °C to +100 °C degrees / 6 °F to 230 °F
Height: 21.5 cm
Diameter: 1 cm
Button: 1.8 cm x 1.8 cm
Weight: about 45 grams