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Reddit mentions of Etekcity Lasergrip 800 (Not for Human) Digital Infrared Thermometer Laser Temperature Gun Non-contact-58℉ -1382℉ (-50℃ to 750℃), Standard Size, Yellow & Black

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We found 13 Reddit mentions of Etekcity Lasergrip 800 (Not for Human) Digital Infrared Thermometer Laser Temperature Gun Non-contact-58℉ -1382℉ (-50℃ to 750℃), Standard Size, Yellow & Black. Here are the top ones.

Etekcity Lasergrip 800 (Not for Human) Digital Infrared Thermometer Laser Temperature Gun Non-contact-58℉ -1382℉ (-50℃ to 750℃), Standard Size, Yellow & Black
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  • NOT FOR HUMAN: Temperature readings from these devices are inanimate objects. for humans or animals will not be correct. For the best accuracy the distance between thermometer and object of measurement should approximately be 14.17 inches
  • BETTER ACCURACY: The distance to spot ratio is 16:1 meaning the laser grip 800 can accurately measure targets at smaller measurement area with the same distance compared with other thermometers with DSR 12:1 or 8:1
  • TARGET QUICKER: Measure surface temperature ranging from -58℉ to 1382℉/ -50℃ to 750℃ you can choose the unit from ℉/℃ 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 it 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)
  • VERSATILE DESIGN: Infrared technology makes this thermometer handy to measure surface temperature of various objects. Use it when you are cooking and barbecuing performing auto maintenance doing home repairs and a host of other tasks
Height1.5 Inches
Length7.4 Inches
Number of items1
Size-58℉ to 1382℉(-50℃ to 750℃)
Weight0.5 Pounds
Width3.3 Inches

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Found 13 comments on Etekcity Lasergrip 800 (Not for Human) Digital Infrared Thermometer Laser Temperature Gun Non-contact-58℉ -1382℉ (-50℃ to 750℃), Standard Size, Yellow & Black:

u/dudeman1018 · 6 pointsr/GifRecipes

Yep, it's a nice tool to have for a lot of different things. I use this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DMI62HM?ref=emc_b_5_t

u/cittatva · 5 pointsr/3Dprinting

These work great.
Etekcity Lasergrip 800 Digital Infrared Thermometer Laser Temperature Gun Non-contact -58℉ - 1382℉ (-50℃ to 750℃), Yellow/Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DMI62HM

u/enkafan · 4 pointsr/ecobee

One thing you'll learn with the ecobee and the heat pump is that you'll have to do a lot of the learning. The thermostat just doesn't have the data needed to figure out the best settings for your particular set up, and there is no "the way" for each system. I highly recommend spending the money on a laser temperature gun to measure the air coming out of your vents to judge whether or not your system is running ok without aux especially once the temps drop below 30 (assuming you change the ecobee defaults for this). Just feeling it won't be enough - once you get in the teens there's a chance you are blowing out 90 degree air. Warm enough to hopefully keep your place warm, but will still feel slightly cool to the touch.

They are pretty damn cheap and now that I have one I went around checking for cold spots, measuring skillet temps, pointing at my wife, etc. Definitely got my twenty bucks worth.

u/molligum · 2 pointsr/Cooking

If you find yourself thinking about this a lot, you might want to buy or borrow an infrared laser thermometer. It is inaccurate on reflective surfaces like stainless steel but works well with cast iron. Not something you need to do every time of course, but it'll take the mystery out of a lot of questions.

u/potatamonsta · 2 pointsr/Dabs

I use this one and it has never failed. Just gotta make sure you are putting the sensor about an inch from the top of your banger. Don't use the laser to line it up, the laser is only to help aim at a large object from a few feet away!


u/islet_deficiency · 2 pointsr/Bozeman

buy one of these and sleuth out some promising spots on google earth. definitely worth knowing the temp of any pool you're going to jump into.


u/kermitchair · 2 pointsr/biggreenegg

I left some comments on the imgur album, but overall it was a great success. It was my first time making pizza and learned couple things along the way.

  • Bricks are great in a pinch, but if you have small spacers like these (or get some from here). It'll allow more heat distribution by having an air gap.
  • Too low in BGE = scorch the bottom of the pizza; Too High in BGE = scorch the top of the pizza
  • Less toppings/sauce = higher temp (dome ~700F/ plate ~450F) = low cook time (Neapolitan style)
  • More toppings/sauce = lower temp (dome ~500F/ plate ~300F) = long cook time (american style)
  • Cornmeal is key to getting pizza on and off.
  • As temperature goes down, each pizza took longer to make. 1st pizza was around ~4min, 2nd pizza was around 6 minute, so on. I had to refuel to get it back up to 700F after 4th pizza.


  • Medium Big Green Egg
  • 12.5'' pizza stone
  • ~8 inch personal pizzas

    Pizza stone I used

    Infrared Thermometer

    Can't wait to try it again next weekend! Send me some more tips!
u/digitalyss · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm probably the 30th person to suggest this, but if he's into beer and science and technology AND DIY, you seriously need to consider homebrewing.

You need to figure out if you want to bottle or keg, but I would ONLY suggest kegging, because bottling is dangerous (if you have too much sugar and hungry yeast, your bottles will explode). If you DO want to homebrew, I would suggest getting a kegerator and soda kegs. It's relatively compact, can hold up to 10 gallons if you set up two soda kegs, and has wheels.

You'll need a 6 gallon glass carboy with a lifting harness. I wouldn't suggest using the metal rim grip kind because it chipped our carboy. The nylon harness you see in this picture would be a good substitute, it just makes it so you can more easiliy lift 5 gallons of liquid. You'll also need a bubbler plug, which is very inexpensive. Probably the cheapest thing, aside from the hops bags.

You'll also need a thermometer (infrared is a better option than a dip thermometer because it'll protect your hands better)

If you're going with a kegerator, you'll need CO^2, which they usually sell and fill at the homebrew store.

You'll also need a giant, stainless steel kettle. Actually if you buy a turkey frying kit, it has everything you'll need except a propane tank (which you can rent at the grocery store).

The most important object though, is probably an auto siphon

You'll also need sanitizing powder. You can use bleach, but then you run the risk of bleaching other stuff.

They should have all this stuff at your homebrew store, and definitely ask them for help. They'll also have recipes there you can grab for free, and can suggest a good recipe for beginners based on what type of beer he likes.

u/Northern710 · 2 pointsr/CanadianMOMs

I use one all the time for my clear quartz bangers, not sure if its accurate but I hold it directly under or over the banger (within a quarter inch) and get consistent dabs every time at 600°. I haven't timed or burnt a dab in the year I've had it. I also use it to check the temp on my enail, witch is probably more accurate because the coil covers the bottom of the banger.


u/Klutche · 2 pointsr/snakes

Everything Rupert said. Youll need at least two hides (one on the cool side, one on the hot), bedding they can burrow in (like aspen shavings), a wide and shallow water bowl, and you need an appropriate heat gradient in your tank. I'd reccomend purchasing a temperature gun (like this: https://www.amazon.com/Etekcity-Lasergrip-Thermometer-Temperature-Non-contact/dp/B00DMI62HM/ref=pd_aw_lpo_328_bs_img_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=B8X0RMRJVYPW27N07V3X), so that you can check the temperautures all around your tank while you set it up. I'd reccomend setting everything up and letting it run for at least a week or so while you ensure that everything is working smoothly before adding a snake to it. Google either "california king snake caresheet" or "corn snake care sheet" and read through the results for specifics of what they'd need. Care for both is relatively simple and nearly the same, and either would make a good beginner snake. I'd also add branches to climb on (that they may or may not use much, depending on your snake), and lots of things to clutter up the tank (hides, foliage, various decor). The more clutter, the more secure your snake feels. But I will warn you, baby snakes won't be seen much, amd they're very flighty. The first year or so with either of those your tank will look like it's empty 99% of the time, and they'll basically try to run away every time you get them out. But they'll warm up to you as they get bigger, and my corn (whose nearing three) is one of my favorite pets I've ever had. Hmm, what else. I'd reccomend feeding them frozen/thawed mice that you've warmed up instead of live mice. You can get them at nearly every pet store or you can buy them in bulk. Google snake mice injuries or look through this sub for pictures of mice attacks to see why, they can mess an animal up. Don't take your snake out of the enclosure to feed, cage aggression is a myth as long as you hold them sometimes. The snake will need a tank that's about 40 gallons when it's an adult, I wouldn't reccomend keeping them in a 20 long forever like some people say. Don't forget a thermostat, it could save a snakes life. It's absolutely necessary if you use an under tank heater. Don't ever, for ANY reason, leave your lid off of the tank. Not even for a second. There's also no reason to not have snake clips for the tank, or to leave any hole at all in the tank. They can escape so easily. And don't put any tape in the enclosure at all. Super glue and a hot glue gun are your best friends (as long as those aren't applied to the snake or put in the enclosure before dry), and tape of any sort will rip the scales off of your friend and leave nasty wounds.

u/Freezerburn · 1 pointr/overclocking

You can check your video ram temps by using something like this. If you don't have a back plate you should be able to point it straight at the chip. I've been thinking about getting those stick on copper heatsinks since my 970 doesn't have a back plate. I'd like to put some better cooling on my (VRM) voltage regulator module chips too.


u/CastIronKid · 1 pointr/castiron

Water drops should evaporate within maybe a second on a hot skillet. If you want to be precise, you can get an infrared thermometer.

u/TheYanginyourYin · 1 pointr/Dabs

You can go on amazon, if you search “temp gun” the top ones are actually the same models that I bought from a head shop. Most people dab between 5 and 700 so I’d get one that can read in that range and maybe a little higher to gauge time.


This one looks just like mine and I think would do everything you need.