SensorFreshQ: Meat Freshness Sensor

by Khalid Hosein on August 8, 2007


In time, I imagine that this device will be a lot cheaper and entirely more common in kitchens. Why this and not any of the myriad of others? Because you can get by without the others, whereas this serves a hugely useful purpose – keeping you healthy, by testing the freshness of your meat. The SensorFreshQ takes over 2000 air quality samples near your meat/poultry in less than a minute and tells you whether the meat is ok, ok but eat it soon, or spoiled.

The SensorFreshQ is a handheld device that runs on a couple of batteries and will perform hundreds of tests before you need to replace the “QCards”.


via Kitchen Contraptions.

Price: approx $89.99
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)