@BillConnerFASTC Is this like the laser thermometers home handymen use to find warm and cool spots in walls when checking for insulation; also used by firemen to check of hot locations within walls?Anyone used one of these? I was thinking about t for home built camping trailer - bearings and tires. Can't go too wrong for $20,00 or under, but curious if useful. It was suggested just as a way to keep hands clean.
For my money I'd pay an extra $20, plus shipping, and get this one from ThermoWorks. Great quality and wide temperature range, -76 to 1022 F. I have few of their food based thermometers and probes and they have all performed flawlessly with accurate readings from unit to unit which speaks volumes about their quality. I've used some of the budget priced laser thermometers to measure fuse, breaker, dimmer and fixture temps with less than stellar results when compared to quality units. Kind of that, you get what you pay for thing.Yeah - I was looking at is it too hot to touch or not and not get greasy fingers.