July 25, 2007
SensorFresh Meat Sniffer
It's like having a dog's nose in your hand.
From the website:
By using sensor technology developed for the military, this unique device "sniffs" uncooked meat to measure bacteria counts and determine whether it's still safe to eat.
Its sophisticated microprocessor takes over 2,000 readings in less than a minute and uses complex algorithms to determine the freshness level with just one push of a button.
Comes with one replaceable sensor card for up to 200 uses.
Runs on 2 AA batteries (not included).
July 25, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink
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For those whose reflexive skepticism causes one eyebrow to shoot up very high on reading this (like me when I first saw this product in the Sharper Image catalog), here's an article that explains what it does: http://www.boston.com/business/globe/articles/2006/11/16/a_measure_of_freshness/. Company's practically in my neighborhood. Though proud of my inborn and highly accurate BS detection, I found it refreshing (if a bit disconcerting) to be wrong in this case.
Posted by: Mike Harney | Jul 27, 2007 12:51:03 AM
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