Header graphic for print
Marler Blog Providing Commentary on Food Poisoning Outbreaks & Litigation

Use a Thermometer over the Holidays

It is good for your health and bad for my business.  If you do not have one, shoot me an email at bmarler@marlerclark.com.  From my friend Pete:  “People trust the accuracy of the bimetallics, thinking that they are protecting their families’ health by using it, could actually be putting their families at risk. Bill, can you do anything to tell your readers that this is not the type of thermometer that you would recommend and that they should use a tip-sensitive thermometer such as the PDT300 that I gave you a couple years ago?”

Screen shot 2010-11-23 at 3.35.42 PM.png

  • Carl Custer

    Oh my! What will Pete Snyder say?
    That’s a dial thermometer, not a tip sensitive digital =8^O
    These are the cat’s pajamas.
    http://www.hi-tm.com/Documents2007/therms-PDT300-flyer.pdf
    http://www.hi-tm.com/Documents2007/temp-measure.html
    Best or one of the best prices on the internet.
    I must have given away a dozen over the past several years.

  • Laura

    Love the case!

  • Bill Marler

    Bill,
    Carl Custer and I left you messages last night concerning your blog, “Use a Thermometer over the Holidays” (http://www.marlerblog.com/lawyer-oped/use-a-thermometer-over-the-holidays/).
    You showed a picture of a bimetallic thermometer with your logo on the sheath, and you are handing them out.
    After all of our discussions about the inaccuracies of the bimetallic, I find it disheartening that you, of all people, would show this device. People trust the accuracy of the bimetallics, thinking that they are protecting their families’ health by using it, could actually be putting their families at risk.
    Bill, can you do anything to tell your readers that this is not the type of thermometer that you would recommend and that they should use a tip-sensitive thermometer such as the PDT300 that I gave you a couple years ago?