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Eventek ET312 vs Lasergrip GM400 Infrared Thermometer Side-by-Side Comparison

On the fence about whether to pick the Eventek ET312 or the Lasergrip GM400 infrared thermometer? This side-by-side comparison can help you choose.

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Eventek ET312 Infrared Thermometer Gun

Lasergrip GM400 Infrared Thermometer

Eventek ET312 vs Lasergrip GM400 Infrared Thermometer

Overall Verdict

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When comparing the Eventek ET312 and the Lasergrip GM400, it quickly becomes clear which one we recommend based on their accuracy ratings alone. Our benchmark awards the Eventek ET312 with an impressive performance rating of 8.2 out of 10, making it the highest-rated thermometer in our database as of June 2023. In contrast, the Lasergrip GM400 receives a significantly lower rating of only 5.3.

Considering accuracy as the primary factor and not accounting for other aspects like design (in which the Lasergrip GM400 also falls behind the Eventek ET312), the clear choice between these two infrared thermometers is the Eventek ET312. We cannot recommend the Lasergrip GM400 for anyone or any purpose.

Pros & Cons

  • Great IR sensor that returns accurate readings
  • Well-built outer housing and parts
  • Bright laser emitter
  • Handling experience is decent
  • Decent complement of measurement modes for the kitchen
  • Loud speakers give off audio cues when the thermometer has finished scanning
  • Passable measurement performance in the hot test with cooking oil
  • One of the lightest IR thermometers in our database
  • The product looks and feels cheap
  • The handle isn’t textured, which can make it slippery on wet hands
  • Poor measurement accuracy in the cold test with ice
  • Lackluster build quality
  • Dim laser emitter
  • Lack of extra measurement modes

Key Specs

L3.14 x W1.65 x H6.3 inches
L4 x W1.57 x H6.3 inches
4.36 ounces
4.36 ounces
Display type
Backlit LCD
Backlit LCD panel
Measurement modes
4 (EMS, average, min, max)
Audio cues
Temperature range
-50 to 550°C (-58 to 1,022°F)
-58°F - 752°F (-50°C - 400°C)

Where to Buy

Price at publication

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Behind the Comparison

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