Stove Top Thermometers

Our stove top thermometers attach magnetically on the top, front, or side surface of your stove. These versatile models work for any stove and are engineered to measure hotter temperatures than those found in the stovepipe.

These thermometers offer a great no-installation-required alternative to probe thermometers, for stoves with double-wall stovepipe. (Note: Double-wall stovepipes are insulated; therefore, surface temperature readings on stovepipe do not accurately reflect the temperature of your fire.)

Ideal for stoves with hidden or inaccessible stovepipe.

Inferno™ stove top thermometer

Surface thermometer calibrated to measure Fahrenheit temperatures on stove top. Black genuine porcelain enamel on durable steel. Stylish new design features gray, white, and orange burn-temperature zones. "Best Zone" is correct for Vermont Castings and other brands. Helps you conserve wood due to burning too hot, while avoiding excess creosote by burning too cool. Quality manufactured in North Carolina.


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Inferno thermometer $26
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Optimiser™ dual zone thermometer

No more guessing which woodstove thermometer to use! Condar’s new Optimiser is calibrated for both the stove top and stovepipe. Well-defined dual temperature zones ensure safe operation. Durable porcelain enamel finish. Recyclable thermoformed packaging easily opens and seals tight when closed. Straightforward illustrated instructions. Manufactured in Columbus, North Carolina USA.


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Optimizer thermometer $28
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Soapstone Stove Top Thermometer

Our StoneGard thermometer monitors soapstone temperature for optimal performance and long life. Locate the StoneGard thermometer in the center of the top stone, on the top of your soapstone stove. Soapstone stoves are engineered so that their ideal operating surface temperatures are less hot than steel or cast-iron. Sustained temperatures in excess of 600℉ will cause stones to crack and may damage stove components.

Note: StoneGard thermometer will not register changes in temperature quickly due to the thickness and heat retention of soapstone.

General guidelines for best performance

  1. 1. Below 200℉ (90℃): too cool, smoke and creosote.
  2. 2. 200 – 300℉ (90 – 150℃): efficient operation, low heat stored.
  3. 3. 300 – 500℉ (150 – 260℃): efficient operation, high heat stored.
  4. 4. Above 500℉ (260℃): overheating stove, may crack soapstone.

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StoneGard stove top thermometer $24
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