Digital Infrared Thermometer

How hot is it?

Well, let Jim whip out his trusty digital infrared thermometer and he’ll be thrilled to tell you. He’s kind of addicted to this thing.

He checks very important things like the temperature of our truck tires on the road, and the temperature of our food on the grill to make sure it is properly cooked inside, and the heat of the natural thermal pool before we risk entering it.

And he uses it for other jobs too, like how cold is it inside the refrigerator? Is the water from the hot water heater hot enough? Is the pool water a comfortable temperature without having to take off his shoes and dip a toe in.

The uses for this thermometer are endless – however, it does not work on humans or animals for internal body temperature – and thank God for that  or none of us would be safe.


  • Better accuracy: The distance to spot ratio is 12: 1, meaning the laser grip 774 can accurately measure targets at greater distances compared to most other Thermometers; for best accuracy, the distance between the thermometer and object of measurement should approximately be 14 inches (36cm)
  • Target quicker: measure surface temperature ranging from -58℉ to 716℉/ -50℃ to 380℃, you can choose the unit from ℉/ ℃; response time: ≤500Ms; a built in laser gives you the precision to hone in on the exact space you want to measure
  • Added functions: the LCD screen is backlit, also has an auto-off function to extend the battery life, and features a low battery indicator so you never accidentally run out of juice (battery included). Storage Temperature: -20-50℃ (-4-122℉). Operating Temperature-0-50℃ (50-122℉)
  • Versatile design: infrared technology makes this thermometer handy to measure the surface temperature of various objects especially temperatures above boiling points and below freezing points; use it when you are cooking and barbequing, performing auto maintenance, doing home repairs, and a host of other tasks
  • Note: the thermometer can’t measure the internal temperature of an object; temperature readings from this devices are inanimate objects, the measured temperature for humans or animals will not be correct; FDA, FCC, CE compliant; class 2 laser, optical power 0. 5-0. 9Mw